South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh will spend the rest of his life in prison for the murder of his wife and son. A jury reached a verdict of guilty on all counts after just three hours of deliberations. He still faces 99 additional charges for embezzlement, money laundering, computer crimes and other financial crimes. READ MORE.
Alex Rodriguez wants to save the ticketing industry. He and a business partner have raised $20 million in new funding for a startup called Jump, which they hope will provide fans with a new avenue to attend events and enjoy certain experiences while there. One of the unique services Jump plans to offer is dynamic ticketing, which would allow fans to pay to move to a better seat in the middle of an event. READ MORE.
Is this the creepiest AI website yet? PimEyes is a reverse-image search site that uses facial recognition technology to match every photo of a person that’s ever been posted to the internet. After someone uploads a photo of the person they want to find, Pimeyes will scour the internet to match that person’s face to others. Although it seems menacing, the purpose of PimEyes is to allow people to “reclaim image rights and monitor your online presence.” READ MORE.
A group of 12 U.S. senators on both sides of the aisle reintroduced legislation yesterday that would make daylight saving permanent. It's called the “Sunshine Protection Act”. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard about this. Last year Senate voted to end the changing of the clocks, but the bill ultimately failed because lawmakers couldn’t decide if we should stick with standard time or daylight-saving time. READ MORE.