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As anyone who lives in Los Angeles will tell you, iceberg lettuce seems to be on the outs while kale still has a hold on the gourmet restaurant community.

For every trendy restaurant that serves avocado toast, there’s another that serves some sort of high-end kale salad with several expensive garnishes. Whole Foods even sells T-shirts with just the word “kale” on them.

A recent opinion piece from Bloomberg pointing out the shifting tides in the lettuce world, however, has brought out some serious opinions on the topic and it turns out there are still plenty of iceberg devotees.

The story, appropriately titled “America Has Lost Its Taste for Iceberg Lettuce,” argues that this year could be the year romaine and other leaf lettuce “finally surpasses that of head lettuce, which is mostly iceberg lettuce.”

That same article also says it might not…which is fair, given the state of

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The creator of the original PlayStation console is back to make new machines, though they probably aren’t what you’d expect. Ken Kutaragi has moved from video games to robots, and he aims to help human workers with factory jobs.

Speaking to Bloomberg, Kutaragi explained that as CEO of Ascent Robotics, a company founded in 2016, he is not receiving a salary and wants to solve problems caused by the pandemic.

“The COVID-19 outbreak has turned the old argument about robots taking our jobs on its head,” he said. “It’s pretty clear now that if we want to arrive at a new normal, we need more and more robots in our daily lives.”

Increased automation has certainly been a concern across numerous industries, with machines taking the place of cashiers, assembly workers, and even cooks. With the pandemic putting peoples’ lives at risk, however, at least a temporary increase in automation

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The Linux Foundation (LF) has been quietly nudging an industrial revolution. It is instigating a unique change towards software-defined everything that represents a fundamental shift for vertical industries.

LF on September 24 published an extensive report on how software-defined everything and open-source software is digitally transforming essential vertical industries worldwide.

“Software-defined vertical industries: transformation through open source” delves into the major vertical industry initiatives served by the Linux Foundation. It highlights the most notable open-source projects and why the foundation believes these key industry verticals, some over 100 years old, have transformed themselves using open source software.

Digital transformation refers to a process that turns all businesses into tech businesses driven by software. This change towards software-defined everything is a fundamental shift for vertical industry organizations, many of which typically have small software development teams relative to most software vendors.

Some of the world’s largest, most regulated, complex and centuries-old

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It was another extremely strong day for the market, with small caps leading the charge. What was particularly impressive was breadth, which was around four-to-one positive.

The easy explanation for the strong market action is that there is renewed optimism about some sort of stimulus deal. No one knows what will happen, but it is widely believed that something will be passed sooner or later.

That is part of what is going on, but it is not just hope of stimulus that is driving the buying. There is a high level of liquidity combined with reasonably priced stocks and poorly positioned market players. We are climbing the wall of worry, while at the same time expecting some solid earnings reports.

The easiest way to navigate this market is to stay focused on the price action and not to try too hard to compose a narrative to explain it. You can

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DUBLIN, Oct. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Drug Modeling Software Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Product type; Application, and Geography” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

According to this report the global drug modeling software biopharmaceutical market is expected to reach US$ 11,299.85 million by 2027 from US$ 6,205.22 million in 2019; it is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 8.1% from 2020 to 2027. The report highlights the trends prevalent in the global drug modeling software market, and the drivers and deterrents pertaining to its growth.

Based on product type, the drug modeling software market is segmented into database, software, and others. In terms of product type, the software segment held the highest share of the drug modeling software market in 2019 and is estimated to register the highest CAGR of 8.4% in the market during the forecast period. The

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A phone shows the Uber app in front of a taxi stand at Waterloo station in London on Monday. The ride-sharing service won its appeal after Transport for London denied a renewal of its operating license late last year.

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A phone shows the Uber app in front of a taxi stand at Waterloo station in London on Monday. The ride-sharing service won its appeal after Transport for London denied a renewal of its operating license late last year.

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After nearly a year of uncertainty, a Westminster magistrate court said Monday that the ride-sharing service Uber can keep operating in London.

The decision comes after Uber’s U.K. division appealed a 2019 ruling by government regulators, who refused to renew its license after it found that some Uber drivers were operating illegally — some without insurance,

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