Author: Mohit Singh

Gia Skova is a Russian-born actor and producer who is currently based in the USA. In a candid interview with UBO, Skova talks about films, cultures, hobbies, and more. Q. Have you been to India and would you be interested in working for Bollywood sometime? Gia Skova- I have been to many places, I think almost everywhere, but not India.  I would love to visit. Q. What led you to act? Gia Skova- as a child, I was always headed towards the creative side of things, but destiny bought me to the modeling world. My first cover was when I was…

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The internet has evolved a lot since it became available in the 1990s. Out of the most important changes in the internet is the dark web. Adults may be concerned about children accessing the ‘Dark Web’. Especially since press accounts frequently associate it with harmful or unlawful online conduct. However, there are some beneficial sides to them. Technolgy never is or has been a problem. The issue lies in the way we use technology. Knowing the basics about these areas of the internet will assist you in providing practical and honest support to young people. WHAT IS A DARK WEB?…

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Dubai is setting up a special committee, to look after the affairs of the Emirati billionaire Majid Al Futtaim. Regarded as the backbone of Dubai’s tourist and economic prosperity, the Emirati billionaire has properties across the nation. Al Futtaim passed away in December last year. Ever since then, there have been rumors of him having ten heirs. According to the Financial Times newspaper, Dubai’s ruler created a special judicial committee for this.  The company confirmed in a statement to The Associated Press on Monday that there is a Special      Judicial Committee. Their job is to arbitrate future legal disputes linked to Mr. Majid’s estate and inheritance concerns, not to control the company or its activities. “Our businesses are continuing to operate as usual while we work through this transition,” the corporation noted. Al Futtaim, who died in December, was a rising star. He came from humble beginnings as a bank clerk to build a $16 billion fortune. The economic empire of the Al Futtaim family dates back to the 1930s…

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Indra Nooyi is amazed by Dubai’s growth. The former PepsiCo CEO visited the country recently and expressed her feelings. “Every time I come to Dubai, I’m shocked how fast it’s developing,” in an exclusive interview with the Khaleej Times. Reflecting upon her first visit to the emirate, which took place more than 35 years ago. Nooyi traced her path from Chennai in southern India to running the soda giant. “I am thankful for my scholarship at the Ivy League Yale University, for making me where I am now. ” The ex-Pepsi Co CEO, Indira Nooyi spoke about her memoir at…

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UK financial regulators have warned banks to consider using artificial intelligence. This comes after concerns that the AI might pick up ethnicity discrimination. It is common knowledge as minorities are having a tough time getting their bank loan applications approved. Thereby, the banks can use AI technology, only if they can prove that it won’t discriminate against minorities. Observers and regulatory authorities are pressing Britain’s largest banks. High-street banks in the UK are looking into ways to automate more of their lending. This includes the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and more advanced algorithms. This will help to decide who…

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People are now using their smartphones more than ever, thanks to the introduction of stronger and faster technologies. QR codes have been around for years, and marketers have discussed whether they are the next big thing or are at the risk of collapsing. But we’re, seeing the return of the basic QR code once more. As companies look to make their everyday activities as safe and contactless as possible. It’s all about having instant access to everything. Delivering information from one person to another or from a company to a customer. The QR code is one of the most popular…

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Ethical hacking is defined as a permitted attempt to gain unauthorized access to a computer system, application, or data. Copying the techniques and behaviors of malevolent attackers is part of carrying out an ethical hack.  This approach helps in the detection of security issues, which can then be addressed before a malicious attacker has a chance to break them. Ethical Hacker Roles and Responsibilities: In order to hack legally, ethical hackers must follow a set of rules. A good hacker is aware of his or her responsibilities and follows all ethical guidelines.  Below are the most important ethical hacking rules:…

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Anyone who spends a lot of time on the internet must be aware of the word ethical hacking. We live in a time when the internet is used for most of our work.  Managing files, accessing databases, official work, making payments, booking flights, online shopping, the list is endless.  There is dependability on the internet which causes a lot of attention from the ones who might take advantage of this.  Hacking became quite a common topic of discussion in the early 90s, where most often servers and databases used to get hijacked. This is a work by cybercriminals, who create…

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More than 300 people lost their jobs after one of the UK’s major construction and property service enterprises went out of business. Midas Group Limited hired administrators and has seven offices in southwest England and Wales. Schools, homes, hotels, and warehouses are among the group’s ongoing projects. The company is unable to recover from the pressures put on by the coronavirus outbreak. The ongoing pandemic has caused a major disruption in the supply chain market. As a result, causing inflation in everyday goods. “A number of important contracts are delayed or abandoned. It has been a wonderful honor to work…

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 According to the UK’s leading logistics trade association, Channel ports for UK-EU such as Dover might come to a standstill. This is a result of post-Brexit UK-EU border controls. The House of Commons released a report on Wednesday, blaming the government’s management of the UK-EU border after Brexit. It also accuses it of making false promises and failing to meet its own goals. There has been an estimation of huge delays caused by the EU biometric border restrictions, which are set to be achieved this year. Officials will work together to fix serious flaws within the new system. The upcoming Entry/Exit System…

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