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The bot which had been playing with several players in the world both amateurs and professionals, today faced the Dendi (one of the leaders in Dota 2 ) at the main stage of The International (annual Dota 2 tournament). You can build a pitching machine that throws flawless fastballs all day long, and probably a batting machine that hits them out of the park, but building a team of robotic baseball players is a completely different story.
  • This Year's MLB Home Run Derby Should Be a Can't Miss

    This Year's MLB Home Run Derby Should Be a Can't Miss

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    In 51 previous plate appearances at Marlins park, Blackmon is hitting.234 with 2 home runs. Bellinger will look to steal the spotlight from Stanton and Judge at this year's MLB Home Run Derby . Colorado's Charlie Blackmon , Miami's Justin Bour and New York's Gary Sanchez round out the rest of the derby bracket. His 30th home run of the season broke a Yankees rookie record that had stood for 81 years.
  • Musk Unveils New Tesla Model 3

    Musk Unveils New Tesla Model 3

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    One wonders if anyone in South Africa is watching? However, Musk's total compensation "was not actually received in cash upon these exercises", a Tesla proxy statement said. It will be connected to a large wind farm in South Australia, which will charge the battery units. Attendees take pictures of the new Tesla Energy Powerwall Home Battery during an event at Tesla Motors in Hawthorne, California April 30, 2015.
  • Celtics trading Avery Bradley to Pistons for Marcus Morris

    Celtics trading Avery Bradley to Pistons for Marcus Morris

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    Bradley averaged a career-high 16.3 points per game last season, helping the Celtics earn the top seed in the Eastern Conference. More deals could be upcoming for the Celtics as they go about setting their roster for the new season. That combination of skills is particularly valuable among the league's better teams (Bradley tends to give the Golden State Warriors ' guards difficulty), a level of competition the Celtics now need to consider.
  • Murray pulls out of second Hurlingham exhibition

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    But when asked if he was OK, Murray told Sunsport with a smile: "I haven't tested it yet". Defending champion Andy Murray will learn later today who he plays in the first round of the Wimbledon Championships next week, but whoever his opponent there will be a sense of trepidation on the part of the World No 1.
  • Google to stop scanning Gmail for ad targeting

    Google to stop scanning Gmail for ad targeting

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    The change comes as Google is trying to attract more enterprise customers to its G Suite product, which competes with Microsoft. However, because Google has many other methods of targeting users, the loss may not be as significant as it may appear.
  • More Pixel 2 details uncovered, Muskie will be no more

    More Pixel 2 details uncovered, Muskie will be no more

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    Google recently invested in LG's display division to secure capacity for Pixel phones, so hopefully LG's panels can compete with Samsung's. This should have largely the same design as the smaller model but top out at 128GB storage and feature a single rear camera .
  • Karpowership Ghana supports Eid-Ul-Fitr celebrations

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    Karpowership Ghana Company has made donations to about 200 Muslim households in the Tema New Town Community, as part of its activities to celebrate this year's Eid-ul-Fitr. Remember, these dates are only estimates, subject to moon sightings. He also urged Muslims to always pray for national peace and progress and tolerate one another for sustained unity in the country.
  • Selling pressure, caution over GST dent equity markets

    Selling pressure, caution over GST dent equity markets

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    It touched a new high of 31,522.87 points during intra-day trade. The market breadth was deeply in favour of declines with an advance-decline ratio of 1:4. Broader Nifty cracked below its psychological 9,600-mark. "Caution has set in as investors waited for the launch of the GST due on July 1". The Sensex was down by 13.89 points or 0.04 per cent at the Wednesday's closing.
  • South Korea president Moon jae-in pulls plug on nuclear energy

    South Korea president Moon jae-in pulls plug on nuclear energy

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    He also vowed to introduce "post-coal" policy in line with his campaign promise to abandon coal power to ease air pollution in the country, which has the highest level of small air-pollutant particles among OECD member nations. Moon on Monday also vowed to cut South Korea's reliance on coal. He said the seismic resistance of the country's nuclear power plants - which had been reinforced since the March 2011 Fukushima Daiichi accident in Japan - would be re-examined.
  • FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Two Atlantic systems could become named storms this week

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    The hurricane season, which doesn't end till November 30, is expected to be rougher than usual, with 11 to 17 named storms likely to strike. Tropical storm-force winds begin at 39 miles per hour. Regardless of the eventual track, the system will send abundant tropical moisture up into Alabama and Georgia, leaving us with ample opportunity for daily showers and thunderstorms.
  • Qatar won't cut gas to UAE - Qatar Petroleum CEO

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    Qatar's foreign minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani gestures as he speaks to reporters in Doha, Qatar, June 8, 2017. As the state-run broadcaster of Qatar, Al Jazeera is facing accusations of promoting terrorist "plots" from Saudi Arabia, which closed the broadcaster's office this month, along with Jordan.
  • Intel showcases new PC gaming, virtual reality experiences

    Intel showcases new PC gaming, virtual reality experiences

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    In a move unexpected by many, Intel and ESL have come together to announce a $1,000,000 (£790,201.51) CS:GO prize dubbed the " Intel Grand Slam". The Grand Slam is part of a larger announcement in which Intel will become the "Global Technical Partner" of ESL , in which Intel will become "the backbone of all ESL esports operations on a pro, amateur and grassroots level".
  • Hyundai Motor bets on new small SUV as China sales skid

    Hyundai Motor bets on new small SUV as China sales skid

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    To fit in, the Kona has a wedgy shape, stout fenders with armor-like body cladding, and a contrasting roof. With crossovers commanding an ever-larger slice of customer dollars across the entire industry, it was only a matter of time before Hyundai added a smaller, more lifestyle-oriented option to its popular line-up of SUVs, which now includes the Santa Fe, the Santa Fe Sport, and the Tucson.
  • Warriors go for historic NBA Finals sweep

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    CLEVELAND - After LeBron James and Kyrie Irving saw a combined 77-point night wasted in a 118-113 loss to the Golden State Warriors to fall down 3-0 in the NBA Finals , James said the Warriors possess "probably the most , most firepower I've played in my career".
  • Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Multiplayer Beta Announced

    Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Multiplayer Beta Announced

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    Thus, players will experience the chaos of battle like never before with warfare in the dark. The game has been designed with co-op in mind and can be played online. See plenty more crashed cars when the game arrives this November . Expect FIFA 18 , Star Wars Battlefront II , Need for Speed and more titles to make an appearance.
  • 10000 evacuated, 3 dead as fires engulf South African town

    10000 evacuated, 3 dead as fires engulf South African town

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    High winds from a storm that claimed eight lives as it battered the Western Cape region have caused the blaze to spread rapidly. Western Cape local government spokesman James-Brent Styan confirmed in a statement that up to 10,000 evacuations had taken place in the town of 77,000 residents.
  • United Nations chief: Save the oceans to avert 'global catastrophe'

    United Nations chief: Save the oceans to avert 'global catastrophe'

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    World leaders convene at United Nations headquarters next week for the first major bid to solve the toughest problems facing our oceans, from coral bleaching to plastic pollution, overfishing and rising seas due to climate change. As the worldwide community focuses this week on preserving the health of global oceans and seas, the United Nations agencies on agriculture, environment and trade are committing to the sustainable trade of fisheries.
  • Tesla Inc (TSLA) Unveils First Details About Model Y

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    The same process will take more than a year with the Model 3 . In fairness to Tesla , the brand has been working with the sorts of companies that will use these electric semi-trucks, so it will be made to fit their demands and likely have a good shot at success.
  • Apple unveils watchOS 4 with a ton of new features

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    Apple today detailed the changes that are coming to the Apple Watch with watchOS 4. AppleWhen Apple unveiled the new Apple Watch operating system at its annual developer conference on Monday, it was clear that the focus is on fitness.
  • MIT says Donald Trump totally misunderstood its climate science

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    On June 1, President Donald Trump announced that the USA will exit the Paris Agreement on climate change . University presidents from Emory, Brandeis and Wesleyan are on board, the governors of New York , California and Washington have signed up, and companies, such as Hewlett-Packard and Mars, have also joined the group.