Facebook’s metaverse is far worse than you thought…
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The Metaverse will bring about a new age of crypto trading, business, NFT’s, and investing. But there is another side to the Metaverse. Because Mark Zuckerberg sees the Metaverse as a new business venture to extract the money out our depressed and lonely generation. Mark Zuckerberg wants the metaverse to make money from his users privacy and data which poses a major threat to our society. This video explains the metaverse and what it means for business and society. There is lots of money and wealth to be made. This is how Metaverse makes money because it’s business model relies on our sick society. So join me as I explain the truth behind Facebook’s meta rebranding and why Metaverse is the most evil business in the world.
By Sieglinde Pfaendler, Omar Costa Hamido, Eduardo Reck Miranda
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An emerging community leveraging quantum computing in music and the music industry has inspired us to organize the “1st International Symposium on Quantum Computing and Musical Creativity.” This symposium will bring together pioneering individuals from academia, industry, and music. They will present research, new works, share ideas, and learn new tools for incorporating quantum computation into music and the music industry. This symposium was made possible through the funding of the QuTune Project kindly provided by the United Kingdom National Quantum Technologies Programme’s Quantum Computing and Simulation Hub (QCS Hub).
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Microsoft had previously dubbed Nobelium as “skillful and methodic operators who follow operations security (OpSec) best practices.”
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