If you’ve got questions about this episode, or a question you’d like Matt to answer in the next episode, comment below or tweet Matt using #BakersHalfDozen.We’re coming in hot! AI predictions, fire, electricity, 99 smartphones & busted keyboards!Episode 11 Show Notes: Item 1: Can A.I. Predict Psychopaths?Item 2: Is A.I. more impactful than fire?Item 3: 99 Smartphones in a wagonItem 4: Cloud repatriation pollItem 5: Why Kubernetes?Item 6: What happens when you press play?Item 6.5: Busted Keyboards!
A woman from New Jersey is suing TripAdvisor for negligence after she fell off of a camel and broke her arm while on a trip in Marrakech, Morocco.The woman identified in the report as Breanne Ayala, and her family, booked a sunset camel tour through TripAdvisor’s subsidiary Viator in January of 2018 and says she was injured on the excursion after the camel she was placed on threw her to the ground and ran off during the tour.Ayala says in addition to her family not receiving a safety briefing before the excursion, the handlers waited almost an hour to call an ambulance to allow for the tour company’s owner to arrive at the scene.The 24-year-old was then taken to a hospital in Morocco where she underwent surgery and endured a two-day hospital stay.In the lawsuit filed Monday in the Norfolk Superior Court, Ayala Monday claims that the Massachusetts-based company was negligent and is in breach of contract for failing to ensure the camel tour company was operating safely.The attorney representing Ayala says he believes this case goes beyond the standard “At your own risk” case:“What was supposed to happen didn’t happen, and I don’t think you can say, ‘It’s at your own risk, too bad.’”A spokeswoman for TripAdvisor reported that the company does not comment on the pending litigation.
The Arranmore Darkness into Light walk raised a whopping €4,400 for Pieta House. A cheque was presented to Pieta House at a special ceremony on Wednesday in Killybegs. DIL Arainn Mhor raised the massive sum of €4,408.52 during their second annual Darkness into Light walk this May. Over 150 people took part in the walk to the lighthouse as the summer sun rose over the island.Next year’s walk will start at the community centre, Ionad an Chrois Bhealaigh at 4:15am on May 12th. The committee will announce the new route, which will be along the main roads, closer to the time. Pictured above are Tom McEvoy (fundraising and advocacy) from Pieta House, Denis O’Donnell chairman DIL Arainn Mhor and Donna Burke (fundraising co-ordinator) Pieta House.Arranmore Darkness into Light walk raises €4,400 for Pieta House was last modified: December 8th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:arainn mhorarranmoreDarkness into Lightdil