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Women's European Championships 2017: Lionesses beat Spain to move closer to quarter-finals

Women's European Championships 2017: Lionesses beat Spain to move closer to quarter-finals

Sports
Jodie Taylor scored her fourth goal in two games at the Women's European Championship as England closed in on the quarter-finals with a 2-0 victory over Spain.Arsenal striker Taylor fired in a hat-trick in Wednesday's 6-0 thrashing of Scotland in England's Group D opener, and sealed a hard-fought win for the Lionesses with another in rain-soaked Breda after Fran Kirby had given Mark Sampson's side an early lead.England were made to work harder than anticipated against technically gifted opponents and ran themselves to a standstill after Kirby had ensured a dream start.They were also fortunate to benefit from some strange refereeing by Italian referee Carina Vitulano in the 75th minute when she changed her mind after appearing to award Spain a penalty for handball.England, third favourites ...
China may match or beat America in AI

China may match or beat America in AI

Finance
AT THE start of this year, two straws in the wind caught the attention of those who follow the development of artificial intelligence (AI) globally. First, Qi Lu, one of the bosses of Microsoft, said in January that he would not return to the world’s largest software firm after recovering from a cycling accident, but instead would become chief operating officer at Baidu, China’s leading search engine. Later that month, the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence postponed its annual meeting. The planned date for the event in January conflicted with the Chinese new year.These were the latest signals that China could be a close second to America—and perhaps even ahead of it—in some areas of AI, widely considered vital to everything from digital assistants to self-driving c
How to beat 'The House' on college bills

How to beat 'The House' on college bills

Finance
If you're looking for some last-minute strategies to navigate fall tuition bills, don't add "underground casino" to the list of contenders.Parents experiencing a little bill shock at their student's looming college tab may identify with the plight of Scott and Kate Johansen (Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler) in "The House," which opens in theaters June 30.The couple's daughter, Alex (Ryan Simpkins), is accepted into fictional Buckley University, but thanks to a one-two punch of no savings and no financial aid, Scott and Kate have to contend with an outstanding balance of $ 50,819.87. Reluctant to tell Alex they can't afford to send her to her dream college, the couple instead works with their friend Frank (Jason Mantzoukas) to open an illegal casino."The math seems to check out," says Ferrell ...
Eat to your own beat with Chipotle

Eat to your own beat with Chipotle

Health
Picky eaters, welcome!Chipotle launches an online interactive dietary options page, showing how easy it is to customise your meal whether eating vegan, avoiding gluten or looking to pump up the protein.Chipotle Mexican Grill, which has six restaurants across London, including Soho, Baker Street, Islington and The City, has launched an online dietary options page that shows which ingredients are right for individual needs, so that customers can build a specifically customised meal.The typical Chipotle service format allows more than 60,000 possible ingredient combinations, so the new online tool will help customers find the right combination for their personal dietary needs, focusing on six diets: gluten free, high protein, vegetarian, vegan, paleo and dairy free. The tool will highlight w