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Pictured is Pat Lamphere (Photo from Wenatchee Rotary)

It can be intimidating trying to master the ever evolving world of technology and the Wenatchee Rotary Club has invited a tech savvy, information technology professional, Pat Lamphere, to host his presentation Internet Security Essential: Simple steps you can take to protect your family and business from hackers, viruses and other cyber threats. . The informational meeting will be next Thursday, October 17 at noon.

“Speaking to lay people, non-tech people, about the security of their online profile, how to keep your computer systems safe from virus, how to keep your kids safe from online predators and online dangers,” said Pete Van Well, Wenatchee Rotary representative.

The meeting is free, however can be paired with a buffet lunch with a purchase of $15. It will take place at the Red Lion Inn.

“We all have our devices now, we all have access to the internet, there’s a lot of threats out there, there’s a lot of content that isn’t suitable if you have children and there’s a lot of fraud. I think it’s really important for them to learn, I think it will help the community as a whole, how to protect themselves from this kind of thing,” said Van Well.



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HITECH GROUP AUSTRALIA LIMITED ($HIT) Recap From An Expert (2019-10-21) – Market Reflex

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REPORTING FOR 2019-10-21 | MARKETREFLEX.COM: With the assistance of the Beat The Market Analyzer software and our own in-house methods, we have conducted a deep analysis of how HIT has been trading over the last 2 weeks and the past day especially. On its latest session, HITECH GROUP AUSTRALIA LIMITED ($HIT) opened at 1.08, reaching a high of 1.08 and a low of 1.07 before closing at a price of 1.07. There was a total volume of 10000.0.

VOLUME INDICATORS: We saw an accumulation-distribution index of 1.09, an on-balance volume of 1.09, chaikin money flow of 0.33538 and a force index of 3e-05. There was an ease of movement rating of 9e-05, a volume-price trend of 0.01387 and a negative volume index of 1000.0. What do these volume indicators mean for HIT? Click here for an explanation.

VOLATILITY: We noted an average true range of 0.03475, bolinger bands of 1.10828, an upper bollinger band of 1.05172, lower bollinger band of 1.07, a bollinger high band indicator of 1.0, bollinger low band indicator of 1.0, a central keltner channel of 1.07667, high band keltner channel of 1.07667, low band keltner channel of 1.07667, a high band keltner channel indicator of 1.0 and a low band keltner channel indicator of 1.0. There was a donchian channel high band of 1.07, a donchian channel low band of 1.07, a donchian channel high band indicator of 1.0, and a donchian channel low band indicator of 1.0. What do these volatility indicators mean for HIT? Click here for an explanation.

TREND: We calculated a Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) of 0.00045, a MACD signal of 0.00025, a MACD difference of 0.0002, a fast Exponential Moving Average (EMA) indicator of 1.07, a slow Exponential Moving Average (EMA) indicator of 1.07, an Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) of unknown, an ADX positive of 20.0, an ADX negative of 20.0, a positive Vortex Indicator (VI) of 1.0, a negative VI of 1.0, a trend vortex difference of 0.82611, a trix of -2.74112, a Mass Index (MI) of 2.44, a Commodity Channel Index (CCI) of 66.66667, a Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO) of 0.00655, a KST Oscillator (KST) of -6.07963 and a KST Oscillator (KST Signal) of -6.07963 (leaving a KST difference of 4.64449). We also found an Ichimoku rating of 1.08, an Ichimoku B rating of 1.08, a Ichimoku visual trend A of 1.07619, an Ichimoku visual trend B of 1.08632, an Aroon Indicator (AI) up of 4.0 and an AI indicator down of 4.0. That left a difference of 4.0. What do these trend indicators mean for HIT? Click here for an explanation.

MOMENTUM: We found a Relative Strength Index (RSI) of 50.0, a Money Flow Index (MFI) of 50.77061, a True Strength Index (TSI) of -100.0, an ultimate oscillator of -189.4356, a stochastic oscillator of 50.0, a stochastic oscillator signal of 50.0, a Williams %R rating of -50.0 and an awesome oscillator of 0.00083. What do these momentum indicators mean for HIT? Click here for an explanation.

RETURNS: There was a daily return of -0.60796, a daily log return of 1.8519 and a cumulative return of 1.86916.

What the heck does all of this mean? If you are new to technical analysis, the above may be gibberish to you, and that’s OK (though we do advise learning these things). The bottom line is that AS OF 2019-10-21 (if you are reading this later, the analysis will be out of date), here is what our deep analysis of technical indicators are telling us for HITECH GROUP AUSTRALIA LIMITED ($HIT)…

For a more complete analysis, run all of this through the BTMA software.

DISCLAIMER: We are not registered investment advisers and the above analysis should be taken at face value only. We strongly advise against buying or selling HITECH GROUP AUSTRALIA LIMITED ($HIT) based solely on our analysis above, and are not responsible for any losses that you may incur if you choose make any investment decisions based on the above.

Julia Owens

My name is Julia, I am an MBA graduate from Seton Hall University and currently work as a CPA. I am the founder of MarketReflex.com and am responsible for writing the majority of news published here and for all editorial decisions.

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Campaign to stop ‘killer robots’ takes peace mascot to UN | Science

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An international campaign takes its battle to outlaw “killer robots” to the UN this week with a new ally – a “peace robot”.

Created by an inventor from the BBC programme Robot Wars, the droid, known as David Wreckham, has been recruited to deliver a message to world leaders in New York on Monday.

The robot will drop a letter to UN diplomats demanding that robots not guided by human remote control which could accidentally start wars or cause mass atrocities should be outlawed by the same type of international treaty that bans chemical weapons.

Unlike drones, which are controlled by military teams often thousands of miles away from where they are deployed, critics say that autonomous killer robots have the potential to do disastrous things they were not originally programmed for.

Wreckham will also visit the Manhattan headquarters of hi-tech corporations, calling on them to desist from developing technologies for autonomous weapons.

Ray Tait built the robot out of old saucepans, the motor for an electric wheelchair and a soap dish for a mouth back in 2003.

“It has been in retirement in my garage up in Suffolk for years,” he said as he prepared to fly out to New York with a delegation from the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots for their Monday meeting with global leaders.

“Wreckham was never built as a fighting robot and was meant to do other things, like play football at the Olympics for Robots on a pilot programme called Techno Games.

“They only made the pilot programmes and then the show was cancelled because of cuts at the BBC. So poor old Wreckham went into the garage and looked like he’d never get out of it ever again.”

However, a call from Tait’s friend Noel Sharkey, an emeritus professor of artificial intelligence and robotics at the University of Sheffield and a prominent campaigner against killer robots, resurrected Wreckham.

“Noel asked me if his campaign group could use the robot as a kind of mascot for the campaign, to represent the good side of robots and what they can do for humanity. I agreed instantly, as I entirely support the aims of the campaign,” said Tait.

“The capacity for autonomous machines designed to kill to go completely out of control is massive. Even human remote-controlled machines like drones do strange things you don’t expect. I have seen my drone behave oddly and go wrong when I was flying it near pylons. It had gone out of control. But this could be much worse with an autonomous weapon or “killer robot” because there is no one who can press a button with an automatic kill-switch to destroy it if it gets out of control.”

Clare Conboy, the communications director for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, said they had recruited Wreckham to “show that not all robots are going to be as friendly as he is”.

Conboy said 26 heads of state and 21 Nobel peace prize laureates have backed their campaign to have killer robots banned in international law.

During his trip to New York, Wreckham will also visit Times Square alongside a delegation including the UN under-secretary general and high representative for disarmament, Izumi Nakimitsu, Nobel peace prize laureate Jody Williams, Sharkey, tech worker Liz O’ Sullivan, and youth campaigner Mariana Sanz.

In contrast to military AI killing machines, Tait described his android as “the peace robot fighting for a cause I believe in”.

As for his invention’s name, he added: “Yes, he is named after David Beckham, because I loved watching him play football. Wreckham wasn’t too bad a player on that programme either, so the name was obvious.”



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Foundational Nanowire Technology Patent Issued to University of Washington, Licensed Exclusively to Cambrios

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SNW is a key driver for touch sensors in foldable consumer electronics and super-large form factor interactive displays. Individual silver nanowires are first grown through chemical synthesis, then formulated into a liquid suspension for coating onto a flexible film to give the film conductive properties while maintaining high transparency. The University of Washington’s pioneering research into synthesis techniques for high-quality, mass-producible nanowires in the early 2000’s, resulted in multiple patent filings.

The United States Patent Office has issued a patent to University of Washington, U.S. Patent Number 10,384,936, which covers polyol synthesis, a commercially viable method capable of mass-production of metal nanowires and other nanostructures at high yield.

Cambrios is known throughout the industry for its significant patent portfolio and respect for intellectual property, and has been the exclusive licensee of U.S. Patent Number 10,384,936.

“We believe that the ‘936 patent is the strongest, earliest, and most encompassing patent covering the polyol synthesis process for producing silver nanowires and other nanostructures of commercial relevance, and we are pleased to be the exclusive licensee for this groundbreaking invention.  Since the beginning, Cambrios has been defined by its commitment to respecting the intellectual property rights of others. Our long partnership with the University of Washington continues to bear fruit, and there is more to come,” said Dr. Michael Spaid, Chief Technology Officer at Cambrios.

CoMotion is UW’s collaborative innovation hub dedicated to expanding the economic and societal impact of the UW community and beyond. By developing and connecting to local and global innovation ecosystems, CoMotion guides and partners with faculty, researchers, students, and entrepreneurs on their path to market, and helps them amplify the impact of their ideas.

Media Inquiries:
Neal Leavitt
Leavitt Communications
neal@leavcom.com
(760) 639-2900

 

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