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Is AI the Next Tech Bubble?

Is AI the Next Tech Bubble?Did you know that five of the biggest tech giants viz. IBM, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Amazon have recently formed a partnership for the research and development of Artificial Intelligence? And these market leaders form just the top of the cream. Thousands of startups like Kwiziq, JamieAI, and Verv are blooming across the globe, investing in the development of upcoming AI era. So what is it that all these businesses have found... ❯❯❯

DUI Lawyer - What They Do

DUI stands for Driving Under the Influence but in some states it is called DWI, Driving While Intoxicated. There are strict laws in all of fifty states for those that are caught doing driving when they are intoxicated. If you are stopped for suspicious behavior the law enforcement officer can do a field sobriety test if the drive has slurred speech, has a strong odor of alcohol on them or general incoherence. They can also ask... ❯❯❯

10 Tips to Successfully Changing Careers

10 Tips to Successfully Changing CareersAre you ready for a career change? It’s never too late to try a new career on for size. But, changing careers can be a significant challenge, depending on your career of choice. However, if you’re committed, there’s no reason you can’t find a new line of work that fulfills you and pays the bills. Think hard before you leap. You may have quite a bit of work ahead. Try these activities to successfully make a career change and do the... ❯❯❯

Is Investing for Growth Right for You?

Is Investing for Growth Right for You?  You may have heard terms such as value investing and growth investing. Although both types of investing involve buying stocks and then selling them at a profit, there’s a big difference in the two investing techniques. The difference between value and growth investing is an important distinction to be aware of, as it could help you figure out which type of investing suits you best. Value investing places a premium on using company... ❯❯❯

15 Easy Ways to Stick to Your Diet at Work

15 Easy Ways to Stick to Your Diet at WorkDeadline pressures and birthday parties can make it difficult to stick to your diet at work. These are some helpful health tips that you can use in the way you eat and other activities that will help you avoid putting on extra pounds from nine to five. Eating Strategies to Use at Work Stay full. It’s easier to resist temptation when you’re free from hunger pangs. Start each day with a nutritious breakfast. Make time for lunch and... ❯❯❯

Is It a Good Idea to Use a Pre-Paid Legal Service?

Is It a Good Idea to Use a Pre-Paid Legal Service?Nearly everyone has been exposed to offers for pre-paid legal services at one time or another. While the United States has more lawyers than any other country in the world (and more lawsuits, too), pre-paid legal plans have never become very popular here. They are quite popular in Europe, however. Are they a good thing? Are they a scam? It really depends on what type of legal services you're likely to use. Read on and see if it makes... ❯❯❯

4 Tips for Creating a Solid Budget

4 Tips for Creating a Solid BudgetIf you knew of a tool that could bring your mind, family, and finances into harmony, dramatically reduce stress, and make the challenges of life much more manageable, would you take advantage of this tool? Such a tool does exist. A budget allows you to take control of your finances, instead of your finances controlling you. You can create a budget that supports your dreams while making sure the necessities are taken care of. Simply... ❯❯❯

12 Essential Secrets to a Balanced Diet When You’re Lactose Intolerant

12 Essential Secrets to a Balanced Diet When You’re Lactose IntolerantLactose intolerance can make eating a balanced diet more complicated. If you’re one of the millions of people who have trouble digesting milk products, there are plenty of delicious ways to get the nutrients you need from both dairy and non-dairy foods. These tips will help you live a healthy life. Dairy Foods Control serving sizes. Lactose intolerance is usually a matter of degree. Find your individual comfort level by cutting out... ❯❯❯