Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - June 24 2021

Newsletter 06/24/2022

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'Retirement crisis' is in the works amid inflation: survey

More Canadians are facing challenges to save for retirement security as inflation continues to soar and markets decline, a new survey has found.-CTV News

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Canada voted in favour of world swimming body's transgender policy

Canada voted in favour of world swimming body's transgender policy. In a policy that went into effect Monday, FINA (the international federation recognised by the International Olympic Committee for administering international competitions in water sports) allows only transgender swimmers who transition from male to female before age 12 to compete in women's events. “Canada did vote in favour of FINA's gender inclusion policy,” president Kelly Stark-Anderson told The Canadian Press in an email Tuesday. “The values of inclusion and fairness are fundamental in international sport competition and to us as Canadians. We believe that this policy was thoughtfully developed and protects competitive fairness, especially in the female events at FINA competitions. -CTV News

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The Worst Movies of the 2000s

The 2000s are widely regarded as one of the great decades in the history of cinema. It’s the era that gave us No Country For Old Men, Zodiac, The Dark Knight, The Departed, The Prestige, Memento, Wet Hot American Summer, Talladega Nights, WALL-E, Memories of Murder, Punch-Drunk Love, and many more. It also gave us these pieces of junk. -ScreenCrush.com

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Amazon's New Alexa Skill Could Be Mimicking Dead Relatives' Voices

Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant is set to mimic the voices of the dead, according to Rohit Prasad, Amazon senior vice president and hHead scientist for Alexa. Prasad, during the company’s re:MARS conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday, described Alexa’s capability to “synthesize short audio clips” and create speech from them, TechCrunch reported. In his speech, Prasad discussed how a dead grandmother’s voice could be used to read their surviving child a story at night, according to TechCrunch.-Huffington Post

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