Girls lacrosse: Wilson advances to District 3 Class 3A semifinals

The leading scorer in the Wilson girls lacrosse lineup has 68 goals and 25 assists. Those totals belong to senior Julia Strobel. What makes the Bulldogs truly dangerous, however, is the sheer number of players who can fill the net.

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53rd Hewitt Awards to be presented Sunday

Eighteen scholar-athletes representing nine area high schools will be honored at the 53rd annual Thomas E. Hewitt Sports Awards Dinner at 6 p.m. Sunday at Antonio’s Banquet Center.

The guest speaker will be David Clawson, head football coach at Wake Forest University. Clawson is a graduate of Lewiston-Porter High School and a 1985 winner of the Hewitt Award.

Board of Associate’s President Robert Ingrasci of Lumsden McCormick, LLP, certified public accountants, is chairman of the event. Tickets are available at 298-2146.

The dinner, named for the late city editor of the Niagara Gazette, will include the presentation of $2,500 scholarships to the top male and female candidates as determined by a panel of judges. In addition, each student will receive a $200 award for their nomination.

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The next big opportunities in the AI market

Cost reduction and the search for new revenue among enterprises are expected to be the next big artificial intelligence (AI) technology market opportunities after customer experience, according to industry analyst firm, Gartner.

While customer experience has long been a core area of application for AI in the enterprise space, this is set to change and evolve over time, with AI itself becoming one of the most important technology segments over the next decade.

“AI promises to be the most disruptive class of technologies during the next 10 years due to advances in computational power, volume, velocity and variety of data, as well as advances in deep neural networks (DNNs),” Gartner research vice president John-David Lovelock said.