All Fortnite Season 4 Challenges: Tony Stark’s Hidden Lab, Doom’s Domain Vault, And More

Season 4 of Fortnite: Chapter 2 is rolling along across consoles and PC. This season has introduced a ton of changes to Epic’s hit battle royale shooter, bringing the likes of Thor, Iron Man, Groot, She-Hulk, Storm, and other Marvel superheroes into the game to thwart an invasion by Galactus.

Of course, a new season also means new challenges, and there are already a ton for players to complete. Clearing these tasks will level up your Season 4 battle pass, which in turn will unlock exclusive Marvel-themed cosmetics. In addition to the standard weekly missions, Epic is rolling out a separate set of Wolverine challenges over the course of the season, which you’ll need to complete to unlock the Wolverine skin. There are also Awakening challenges that will unlock emotes and other cosmetic flourishes for Season 4’s other Marvel skins.

Although Season 4 is underway on most platforms, you cannot

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One of Ford’s biggest design challenges of future is not about cars

Headquarters of the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan. In a recent survey of 30,000 workers, the auto giant found a majority never want to come back to the office five days a week, and it is taking that data seriously.

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The era of massive highways and major commutes was a boon to car companies like Ford, but now the automakers find themselves in the unexpected position of designing a future of work that could work against that 20th century American approach to employment.

San Francisco officials are newly looking at remote work as a potential solution for climate change, not just a short-term fix for coronavirus, with the elimination of commutes a source of emissions reduction. The car company’s thinking may be along different lines, but over the past few months, Ford surveyed over 30,000 of its workers about working remotely and

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Survey finds cloud complexity causes increased challenges

Bridging the Cloud Transformation Gap is a report that evaluates the findings of Aptum’s Global Cloud Impact Study. Aptum’s annual study seeks the opinions of 400 senior IT decision makers. Keep in mind that these sponsored reports can be self-serving, either for lead generation or to promote a publisher’s dogma. This report is behind a registration wall. 

Despite possible biases, some good data points here address the intent to migrate to clouds versus the reality of doing so. I found the information realistic, considering that similar reports only cover the positive aspects of cloud migration. One of the more interesting bits of data:

“The survey reveals this with 62 percent of respondents citing complexity and abundance of choice as a hindrance when planning a cloud transformation. One of the biggest sources of complexity that crops up in more advanced cloud projects are legacy systems.”

If these issues sound familiar, I’ve

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The Challenges In Caring For ‘VIP’ Patients Like President Trump

In the early morning hours of Friday, October 2nd, 2020, the public received word that the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, tested positive for Covid-19. The health of the president is considered a national security issue. Later in the day, the president was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. This news was revealed on the heels of over 209,000 deaths and 7.4 million deaths in the U.S. as well as over 1 million deaths and 34.9 million cases worldwide from a highly contagious disease for which we have no cure, no prevention and limited treatment options.

In this case, treating Covid-19 may not be

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Seven studies describe progress thus far and challenges ahead for a revolutionary zero-emissions power source — ScienceDaily

Two and a half years ago, MIT entered into a research agreement with startup company Commonwealth Fusion Systems to develop a next-generation fusion research experiment, called SPARC, as a precursor to a practical, emissions-free power plant.

Now, after many months of intensive research and engineering work, the researchers charged with defining and refining the physics behind the ambitious reactor design have published a series of papers summarizing the progress they have made and outlining the key research questions SPARC will enable.

Overall, says Martin Greenwald, deputy director of MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center and one of the project’s lead scientists, the work is progressing smoothly and on track. This series of papers provides a high level of confidence in the plasma physics and the performance predictions for SPARC, he says. No unexpected impediments or surprises have shown up, and the remaining challenges appear to be manageable. This sets a

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IMPROVATE brings together African nations and Israeli tech companies to tackle food security challenges

Tony Blair: This is a huge opportunity to help Africa fulfil its potential as a major source of food, not just for Africans, but for the world

IMPROVATE founder & chair Irina Nevzlin: “During the current time of crisis, leaders need to unite and work together to implement common goals and solve common problems.”

TEL AVIV, Israel, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — IMPROVATE held a first of a kind conference on “food security” with the aim of connecting Israeli technology companies with African nations tackle the continent’s urgent challenge of feeding a rapidly growing population.

Agriculture Ministers of five African nations, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia and the Kingdom of Eswatini (formerly known as Swaziland) presented to Israeli technology companies the challenges and problems faced by their countries.

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Global ARM Microcontrollers Market 2020 by Future Developments, Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges 2020 to 2025

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Sep 28, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
MarketQuest.biz has recently announced a new report namely Global ARM Microcontrollers Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 constitutes a comprehensive analysis of the global market which presents the critical analysis on the current state of the global ARM Microcontrollers industry, demand for the product, environment for investment and existing competition. The report underlines market changes, probability features, product particulars, and market development trends. The report focuses on a study on various market affecting factors and in-depth survey of the industry covering major aspects like product types, various applications, top regions, growth analysis, market potential, challenges for investor, opportunity assessments, major drivers, and key players.

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The report evaluates the market size and predictions by product, area, and market condition among the traders and

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Global Bus Rapid Transit Market 2020 by Future Developments, Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges 2020 to 2025

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Sep 27, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
World Bus Rapid Transit Market Research Report 2025 provides industry analysis, important insights, and a competitive and useful advantage to the pursuers. The report studies the global status of the market along with growth opportunities, main players, and future forecasts. The report focuses on the growth and development of the global Bus Rapid Transit market by players, regions, type, and application, forecast to 2025. One of the objectives of the report is to offer an in-depth evaluation of each crucial aspect related to the market size, market share, market growth factor, key vendors, revenue, value, volume, top regions, industry trends, product demand, capacity, and cost structure. The report assists to create merger and acquisition opportunities by analyzing the market vendors. The analysts have estimated a share of every segment

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Facebook challenges hate-speech hearing summons in India’s top court

Facebook India’s chief has lodged a petition with India’s top court challenging a summons to appear before a panel probing allegations the social media giant failed to take action against hate speech.

Ajit Mohan, Facebook India’s managing director, was summoned to appear before a Delhi legislative panel on Wednesday after failing to front the committee last week.

The social network has been embroiled in a huge row in India after the Wall Street Journal reported in August that the company failed to take down anti-Muslim comments by a politician from the ruling party to protect its business interests.

The panel — headed by an Aam Aadmi Party lawmaker, which governs the Indian capital — is also probing Facebook’s “alleged role and complicity” in the sectarian Delhi riots in February which killed over 50 people, most of them minority Muslims.

In his petition to the Supreme Court, obtained by AFP, Mohan

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Research challenges conventional wisdom about key autism trait — ScienceDaily

A new study into the causes of sensorimotor impairments prevalent among autistic people could pave the way for better treatment and management in the future, say psychologists.

Publishing findings in the leading journal BRAIN, the scientists from the universities of Exeter and Bath present fresh evidence that sensorimotor difficulties associated with autism are likely caused by a number of complex and precise neurobiological processes, including differences in the way autistic people perceive the world around them.

Common sensorimotor features associated with autism can include sensory overload and impaired hand-eye coordination but also general clumsiness. In addition to the well-documented challenges traditionally associated with autism — notably in social communication and interaction, and restricted and repetitive patterns of behaviours — these impairments represent a major hurdle for individuals and typically will last throughout their lives.

Yet, despite this, surprisingly little is known about the origins or mechanisms underlying these behavioural

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