Unbound: No 59 – General Edition

CTO of the Year Nominee, Women in IT USA 2021

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The basics of CSR, ESG, ‘sustainability’ — and how technology adds insights to the process by JP MORRIS | Spendmatters.com

Shutterstock- Marilyn Barbone

Sustainability has become the burning issue that businesses need to address in the wake of the 2020 Covid disruption, and technology and services providers are responding rapidly to fill gaps in current operating models.

The shift in attention is not just hot air. Multiple firms are putting serious money behind the effort. As just one example, the accounting firm PwC announced in June that it would spend $12 billion over five years to create 100,000 new jobs aimed at helping its clients grapple with climate and diversity reporting, as well as in artificial intelligence, according to a Reuters report.

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Blockchain can help publishers improve audience trust by SEBASTIAAN VAN DER LANS | Cointelegraph

By implementing timestamping and blockchain technology, media and publications can increase their readers’ assurance.

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NASA – Best Photo from Last Week

Hubble Glimpses a Galactic Duo

Two enormous galaxies capture your attention in this spectacular image taken with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope using the Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3). The galaxy on the left is a lenticular galaxy, named 2MASX J03193743+4137580. The side-on spiral galaxy on the right is more simply named UGC 2665. Both galaxies lie approximately 350 million light-years from Earth, and they both form part of the huge Perseus galaxy cluster. 

Perseus is an important figure in Greek mythology, renowned for slaying Medusa the Gorgon – who is herself famous for the unhappy reason that she was cursed to have living snakes for hair. Given Perseus’s impressive credentials, it seems appropriate that the galaxy cluster is one of the biggest objects in the known universe, consisting of thousands of galaxies, only a few of which are visible in this image. The wonderful detail in the image is thanks to the WFC3’s powerful resolution and sensitivity to both visible and near-infrared light, the wavelengths captured in this image.

Text credit: European Space Agency
Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, W. Harris; Acknowledgment: L. Shatz

Media Contact:
Claire Andreoli
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
301-286-1940

Last Updated: Jul 9, 2021
Editor: Lynn Jenner


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