WIMI Holographic Academy expects Quantum technology to be integrated into Hologram technology

HONG KONG, Nov. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tailor Insight, the fintech market research organization, recently released a research report “WIMI Holographic Academy expects Quantum technology to be integrated into Hologram technology”. At present, the research and application prospects of quantum technology are becoming the focus of the development of frontier technology in China. The development of quantum technology has great scientific significance and strategic value. It is a major disruptive technological innovation that has an impact on the traditional technological system and makes breakthroughs. It will lead to a new round of technological revolution and industrial transformation.

Quantum computing is another key scientific and technological field that is prioritized by all countries. Compared with traditional computers, quantum computers have unique advantages. In a traditional computer, a bit can only be one of the states of 0 or 1 at a certain time. However, in a quantum computer, due to

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Famed investor Mike Novogratz expects a Biden victory and a Republican-controlled Senate to boost tech stocks and Bitcoin | Currency News | Financial and Business News

Investor Mike Novogratz


  • If Joe Biden wins the presidency and Republicans hold the Senate, both stocks and Bitcoin will benefit, Galaxy Digital CEO and investor Mike Novogratz said on CNBC’s Squawk Box on Wednesday.
  • “The markets are liking this,” Novogratz said about the potential for a conservative Senate and an end to President Trump’s “chaos.”
  • Novogratz added that if a divided US government fails to pass more fiscal stimulus and the Federal Reserve steps in to shore up financial markets, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies could gain.
  • “Less fiscal, more Fed, good for crypto,” he said.
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Stocks and Bitcoin will do well if  Joe Biden wins the presidency and Republicans hold the Senate, Galaxy Digital CEO and investor Mike Novogratz said on CNBC’s Squawk Box on Wednesday.

“The markets are liking this,” Novogratz said about the prospect of a mostly conservative

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Philadelphia expects to release police body camera video in Wallace death next week

Philadelphia officials said Thursday they expect to release police body camera footage and 911 audio in the fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. by the end of next week.

The fatal shooting Monday sparked protests and calls for changes to police training. Police have said that Wallace, 27, had a knife, was ordered to drop the weapon but continued to advance on the officers.

Wallace’s family has said that Wallace had mental illness and they called 911 hoping for medical treatment, but police arrived first.

Each of the two officers on the scene, who have not been publicly identified, fired seven times, police have said.

The shooting is under investigation by a police unit and the district attorney’s office.

Wallace’s family said they saw the body-worn camera video Thursday. The family’s attorney, Shaka Johnson, said the family is not calling for the officers to be charged with murder, because they

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Whoop expects to add hundreds of new jobs, mostly in Boston, after $100M in new funding

Wearable-technology startup Whoop plans to add hundreds of new employees, mostly in the Boston area, during the next year, with help from a new influx of $100 million from investors that the company disclosed on Wednesday.



a person posing for the camera: Whoop CEO Will Ahmed wants to double his workforce over the next year.


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Whoop CEO Will Ahmed wants to double his workforce over the next year.

This funding round essentially doubles the amount of venture dollars Whoop has received since its formation eight years ago. It also places a $1.2 billion value on the company, making it Boston’s newest “unicorn,” or startup worth more than $1 billion (on paper).

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Chief executive Will Ahmed said the company now employs 330 people, with more than 60 percent of them tied to the Boston office. That’s up from nearly 120 at the start of the year. Ahmed said he expects to double Whoop’s workforce over the next year — potentially adding 300-plus jobs, with

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