WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins during the first episode of Corey Graves’ new podcast ‘After the Bell’, addressed the issue of fans turning on him in recent weeks. He spoke about it mere days after calling out wrestling fans for being disrespectful during a backstage promo, reported Comicbook.com.The first instance of fans turning on the Universal Champ was seen during Hell in a Cell, when attendees to the pay-per-view started chanting for refunds and AEW after Rollins defeated ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt. It seems that the fans have had a change of heart, with them regularly booing Rollins indicating, perhaps that they would rather support Wyatt over him. Rollins will be facing Bray Wyatt once again for the Universal Championship at WWE Crown Jewel in Saudi ArabiaSpeaking during the podcast, Rollins said that it is like one of those things where no one knows what the answer is adding that it is something that happens in all industries. He went on to say that it is a weird industry and that he does not even know what wrestling looks like anymore.Rollins went on to exclaim he did not understand the criticism — given his popularity even a year back — adding that one could go back six months or a year and he was everybody’s favourite. The same people, however, are now panning the pay per view and saying Rollins is not cool. The wrestling superstar added that he does not know what changed apart from the fact that he became what the fans wanted him to be and now they hate him for being that person.Rollins added that the audience is “fickle” and that it feels “awful”, going on to say that it is not a good feeling at all to go out and put one’s body on the line and not be appreciated for it, according to the report.Stating that he is one of the best in his job, he said that it hurts one’s feelings when people do not like what one is doing, adding that it is a tough pill to swallow at times. Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Bray WyattCrown JewelHell in a CellSaudi Arabia First Published: October 31, 2019, 2:39 PM IST
Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have created a new algorithm for self-driving cars. The new lane-change algorithm allows for more aggressive lane changes than the currently available algorithms do and relies on immediate information about other vehicles’ directions and velocities, rather than on statistical models of the environment. “The optimization solution will ensure navigation with lane changes that can model an entire range of driving styles, from conservative to aggressive, with safety guarantees,” said Daniela Rus, director of CSAIL at MIT.According to the researchers, current autonomous vehicles fail to change lanes if buffer zones are too restrictive. The MIT system enables autonomous cars to compute new buffer zones on the fly.Google announces Data Studio Community Connector CodelabGoogle has announced the Data Studio Community Connector Codelab, which will teach developers how to build Community Connectors. Community Connectors enables developers to deliver end-to-end visualization solutions that are user friendly with low development efforts. It was designed for Google’s business intelligence and data visualization platform. The Codelab explains how the connectors work and provides a step by step tutorial for building one. According to the company, developers can build their first connector in 30 minutes. Building Community Connectors enables developers to build a fully customized dashboard solution in only a few hours, the company explained. PostgreSQL 11 beta 1 is releasedThe first beta release of PostgreSQL 11 has been announced. This release features many improvements to performance, working with larger data sets, and ease-of-use. It adds several new features that will make it easier to work with data in partitions, such as the ability to partition a hash key and improved select query performance. It introduces SQL stored procedures, which enable users to use embedded transactions within a procedure. It also adds improvements to parallelism, full support for SQL:2011 standard in window functions, channel binding for scram authentication, and user experience enhancements. Oracle APEX 18.1 now availableOracle Application Express (APEX) 18.1 is now generally available. APEX allows developers to design, develop, and deploy applications using only a web browser. The latest version adds the ability to add higher-level application features to apps, such as access control, feedback, activity reporting, email reporting, and dynamic user interface selection. “Over a half million developers are building Oracle Database applications today using Oracle Application Express (APEX). Oracle APEX is a low code, high productivity app dev tool which combines rich declarative UI components with SQL data access. With the new 18.1 release, Oracle APEX can now integrate data from REST services with data from SQL queries. This new functionality is eagerly awaited by the APEX developer community”, said Andy Mendelsohn, executive vice president of Database Server Technologies at Oracle Corporation.