Mossland Launches ICO on March 12 After Pre-ICO Success

Mossland, the gamified real estate platform for owning and managing architectural objects, is launching the main stage of ICO on March 12. Wooram Son (ex-software engineer for Samsung Electronics) and Chester Roh (founder of TNC, the first company acquired by Google in Asia) are the project”s co-creators. Louis Jinhwa Kim, Director of Korean Blockchain Association and founder of the successful exchange Korbit also joins as the blockchain advisor.     (Logo: )     (Photo: )

CompTIA to Explore Impact of Key Disruptive Technologies in National Security at ISNR

CompTIA, the voice of the world”s Information Technology industry, will be exhibiting at the event (stand 5001), raising awareness of the association”s Cybersecurity Career Pathway, an initiative encouraging IT pros and career seekers to achieve mastery in the much-required cybersecurity domain. CompTIA will also host an interactive live hacking session on the first day of the exhibition. The workshop, titled ”Avoiding a Cyber Offense”, will demonstrate an SQL Injection attack,

BenevolentAI Acquires Advanced Cambridge Research Facility to Accelerate Its AI-enabled Drug Development

Acquisition creates first AI company capable of covering entire drug development process from drug discovery to clinical development  Cambridge research facility will advance BenevolentAI drug programmes into the clinic more quickly and at a much larger scale  BenevolentAI, one of the world”s largest private AI companies, today announced that it has acquired a state-of-the-art drug discovery and development facility on the Babraham Research Campus in Cambridge (UK) for an undisclosed

Festive Feelings with Little White Lies - New Study from Braun Reveals what Reactions to Christmas Gifts Really Mean

If a loved one declares ‘It”s lovely’ when opening a gift from you, you may want to double check that you”ve hung on to the receipt, according to research. A poll of 2,000 adults revealed 86 per cent of Brits spare the feelings of others by telling little white lies around the Christmas tree. Shockingly, 58 per cent of adults confess to putting only some of last year”s gifts to