Las Vegas Casinos, Hotels, Convention Center Possible Spaces to House COVID-19 Patients
Health officials predict many US hospitals soon will be overrun with patients. Well before the outbreak, in total, Nevada had 6,304 hospital beds in 2017. Nevada’s 2.1 hospital beds per 1,000 people is lower than the national average of 2.4, according to the Nevada Current.
Crown Resorts is facing scrutiny from the corporate regulator over the $1.8 billion deal by Lawrence Ho’s Melco International group last May to buy a 20 per cent stake from James Packer’s Consolidated Press Holdings.
Biometrics, AI, machine learning innovations to boost gaming industry growth
Casino executives, industry analysts and lawyers attended a conference at the UNLV Boyd School of Law to consult on how biometrics, AI and machine learning could shape the future of Las Vegas casinos, writes the Nevada Independent.
How AI and facial recognition tech could reshape Las Vegas casinos
The year is 2022, and you’ve just pulled up a seat at one of thousands of glittering slot machines on the Las Vegas Strip. As the multi-colored patchwork of jackpots dances on-screen, something new pops up: your name, greeting you like an old friend.
New deployments, products, and conference for biometrics in casinos
Casino group Novomatic has launched the Casino FlaminGo Skopje with fingerprint access control from its in-house developed Novomatic Biometric System (NBS) to meet North Macedonian regulatory requirements, according to a company announcement.
Legal Experts Warn Casinos, Disabled Guests About Service Dog Control Following Niagara Falls Incident
A recent episode where a New York State Seneca Niagara Casino worker may have asked a disabled woman to leave a restaurant after her service dog possibly became unruly has led to many recommendations from noted lawyers.