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Review: Big Shot refreshing at The Paramount, throws in many surprises Special

Huntington - On August 18, Long Island music star Mike DelGuidice and his Billy Joel tribute band Big Shot headlined The Paramount in Huntington, where they played for well over 1,400 screaming fans.

Op-Ed: Digital Economy Board resigns leaving Trump high-and-dry

Washington - The Commerce Department's Digital Economy Board of Advisors resigned their positions on Friday, making this the third executive-branch advisory council of business and civic leaders to abandon the sinking ship-of-state.

Op-Ed: Top country music duos to look out for in 2017

In 2017, duos in country music have taken over the music industry. Digital Journal ranks four impressive duos that everybody should look out for in 2017.

Smart computers decode brain activity

Scientists from the University of Freiburg have used artificial neural networks to decode brain activity during performed and imagined movements. This is a further sign that computer science could revolutionize brain research.

Venezuela parliament convenes, rejects new assembly's powers

Caracas - Venezuela's National Assembly convened Saturday in defiance of a declaration by the new Constituent Assembly that it was seizing full powers from the opposition-led legislature.

Review: Bingx back with new hip hop album 'My E.G.O.' Special

Hip hop and pop artist Bingx is back with his eclectic new studio album "My E.G.O." It was released on the label AVJ Records.

After terror attack, Barcelona under fire over security barrier

Barcelona - Barcelona's authorities came under fire Saturday for failing to put up security barriers at the seaside city's main tourist thoroughfare, Las Ramblas, the site of a deadly jihadist attack two days ago.

Bonnie Tyler to sing Grammy-nominated hit during solar eclipse Special

Fans of classic pop-rock music are in for a treat. Bonnie Tyler will be singing her power-ballad during the solar eclipse.

Barclays using sensors in workplace as cost-cutting measure

London - Barclays PLC has installed sensors in their offices in London to track how often bankers are at their desks. The devices called OccupEye, are installed under desks and use heat and motion to track office efficiency.

Nanocrystal networks for artificial intelligence applications

An engineer's model lays groundwork for a new type of machine-learning device. The model uses nanocrystals to improve artificial intelligence applications.

Review: Clark Hill sensational on new 'Perfect to Me' music video Special

Country singer Clark Hill is back with his moving music video for "Perfect to Me," which is certain to leave certain country fans in tears.

Solar eclipse to be a 'test case' for renewable energy in U.S.

Renewable energy companies and power grid managers across the United States will have their eyes glued to monitoring systems during Monday's total solar eclipse. Not only is the eclipse an historic event, it will also test the renewable energy sector.

Trent Tomlinson to perform at The Basement East in Nashville

Nashville - On August 23, country singer Trent Tomlinson will be performing at The Basement East in Nashville, Tennessee, for fans ages 21 and over.

Jerrod Niemann to take fans on a ride with new album 'This Ride'

Country star Jerrod Niemann will be releasing his fourth major studio album, "This Ride," on October 6, via Curb Records.

Steve Earle talks 'So You Wannabe an Outlaw' album, The Paramount Special

New York - Veteran singer-songwriter Steve Earle chatted with Digital Journal about his new studio album, "So You Wannabe an Outlaw," which was released on Warner Bros. Records. He also opened up about his forthcoming concert at The Paramount in September.

Moroccan asylum seeker 'targeted women' in Finland terror stabbing

Turku - Finnish police said Saturday that a Moroccan asylum seeker deliberately targeted women in a stabbing spree that left two dead and is being investigated as the country's first terror attack.

Ray Dalton talks new single 'If You Fall,' Lady Gaga, Elle King Special

Grammy-nominated musician Ray Dalton chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "If You Fall," and the digital transformation of the music scene.

How to eliminate social bias from artificial intelligence?

Boston - Artificial intelligence is being used to make more decisions that affect our daily lives: whether we get a loan, to mark an exam paper, to analyze evidence in a court case and so on. What happens if the software is socially biased?

Erdogan slams German rebukes over election 'interference'

Istanbul - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lashed out at the German government on Saturday for criticising his call to ethnic Turks to vote against Germany's two ruling parties in September elections, warning the foreign minister to "know your limits".

Trump thanks ousted aide Bannon

Washington - Donald Trump on Saturday thanked Steve Bannon for his "service" a day after the US president parted ways with his controversial former chief strategist and key campaign ally.
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