The latest news and headlines from Yahoo! The European Union, the world’s largest economy, has taken steps to keep the Energy Internet an open architecture by requiring that conventional power and utility companies unbundle their power generation from their transmission of electricity. By 2013, Google was fielding almost 6 billion searches a day, and enjoyed a market share of 67 percent among search engines in the United States, 93 percent in Germany, 89 percent in the United Kingdom, and 95 percent in France.
Yahoo Assistants are a new category of products and services using artificial intelligence guided by humans. They find themselves living through a deepening global economic crisis and an even more terrifying shift in Earth’s climate, caused by an economic system reliant on fossil fuel energy and managed by centralized, top-down command and control systems.
One popular format, for example, is to ask people to rank the importance of climate change against other issues such as the economy, jobs and public health, as though climate change is not connected to public health and its impacts have no economic consequences.
Researchers then used Pinterest and screengrabs of the home pages to capture images from those 20 news outlets in 13 countries and evaluate them using a codebook hosted on SurveyMonkey (Note that in order to code rapidly changing sites, researchers grabbed screenshots of the London 2012 dedicated pages as well as the photos that appeared on those pages.
Global energy companies and power and utility companies are, in some cases, blocking the creation of an Energy Internet altogether. North Korea’s nuclear weapons program and horrific human rights record have made the country a global pariah, with international sanctions further isolating the nation’s centralized, socialist economy.