ARAB NEWS: ‘Sopranos’ creator David Chase, along with the cast, discuss prequel movie “The Many Saints of Newark”
DUBAI: You won’t see the ending of “The Many Saints of Newark – A Sopranos Story”. In it, the young Tony Soprano, played by the late James Gandolfini’s now-22-year-old son Michael, struts directly towards the camera and, as he walks, he stops being the light-hearted kid that we have seen throughout the film . Gradually, he transforms into Tony Soprano, the mob boss and cold-hearted killer we all know from the now-legendary series. The drums are blaring. “Wake up this morning,” sings a worn voice. “And got myself a gun.”
That was a crucial moment for Michael Gandolfini. Michael, who was born in the months following the premiere of the show, visited his dad on set as much as possible. However, as close to his father as possible, he never saw his dad play Tony, the role that made him internationally famous. a heart attack in 2013.
ALISO VIEJO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BrainChip Holdings Ltd (ASX: BRN), (OTCQX: BRCHF), a leading provider of ultra-low power high performance artificial intelligence technology, today announced that Chief Development Officer Anil Mankar will present “Intelligent Edge AI: The Future is Now” at the Linley Fall Processor Conference 2021 in the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Santa Clara, California, October…
Artificial intelligence (AI), which has seen rapid growth over the past few years, is mainly due to the development of deep neural networks and artificial intelligence computing technology. Experts believe that there will come a time when artificial intelligence will exceed human intelligence, or be able to do many tasks better than humans.
WASHINGTON – As part of its mission to recruit diverse cybersecurity talent and build the workforce of the future, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has awarded $2 million to two innovative organizations for development of cyber workforce training programs. The NPower and CyberWarrior organizations, which received the awards, will focus on the unemployed…
The Moscow Metro on Friday rolled out what authorities have touted as the world’s first fare payment system based on facial recognition technology. The cashless, cardless and phone-less system, called ‘Face Pay,’ has been fitted at special turnstiles across the Russian capital’s more than 240 metro stations. “To enter the metro, passengers won’t need a…
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