Lemon specifically objected to Crews #039; hashtag. After Lemon humbly informed Crews that he has skin "as tough as an armadillo, " he then lectured: "The Black Lives Matter movement was started because it was talking about police brutality. ... But that #039;s not what Black Lives Matter is about. It #039;s not ... all encompassing ... The Black Lives Matter movement is about police brutality and injustice in that matter, not about what #039;s happening in black neighborhoods. "This, of course, is largely false. The Black Lives Matter movement did indeed begin with protests about police brutality but quickly morphed into broader debates over the validity of looting and rioting, tearing down historic statues, slavery reparations and defunding the police. And Black Lives Matter, as Crews correctly pointed out, has never restricted its mandate to the question of police violence: It has announced that its focuses also include police brutality, transgender rights, gay rights, disrupting the nuclear family and freeing Palestine, among other diverse topics.
MUMBAI : Artificial intelligence (AI) will not only help to resolve complex global problems but can enable businesses make better decisions on a day to day basis if applied well, said panelists at the Mint Pivot or Perish webinar on automation in the new normal post covid pandemic. AI can be embedded into our day to day applications so the human intellect takes better decisions based on the most relevant data to the particular request basis past or similar requests. This is a growth opportunity for businesses now," said Dulles Krishnan, area vice president Salesforce.
Famous scientists are often viewed only in the context of their work. But personal artifacts can show a broader picture of these individuals; personalities, from their sense of humor to their political beliefs. Now, reports Matthew Taub for Atlas Obscura, letters, patents and assorted objects featured in Christie;s ;Eureka Scientific Breakthroughs of the 20th Century; sale are set to reveal the lesser known sides of some of history;s most prominent scientists.The 58 auction lots include a rare World War II Enigma machine, patents by Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison, a Nobel prize medal, and a plastic figurine of Stephen Hawking ''s "Simpsons " character. Noticeably absent are any artifacts representing women ''s contributions to science. The online auction #8212;the sixth in a series of sales highlighting "autograph material, printed books, photographs and association objects from the most brilliant scientific minds of the modern age, " according to a statement #8212;opened June 24 and will conclude on July 16.
Two of Quentin Tarantino''s most highly acclaimed films share many similar threads with one another. Django Unchained and Inglorious Basterds are top notch films with a lot to offer their audiences in terms of messaging, humor, drama, and entertainment.RELATED: Quentin Tarantino''s 10 Best Movies (According To Metacritic)
Artificial intelligence technology is used to solve complex problems and taking actions without human intervention. Computer networking is the process of using different data to indentify patterns and trends. Artificial intelligence is used to make better decision in computer networking industry. Technological advancements and innovations in artificial intelligence will grow the various industries inkling computer networking, over the forecast period.
China s ambassador to London warned of consequences if Britain treats his country as a hostile power in its dealings over Hong Kong and Huawei Technologies Co., while Russian officials topped the list of people sanctioned for human rights abuses, sparking a threat of retaliation from the Kremlin. As we forge a dynamic new vision for a truly global Britain, this government are absolutely committed to the United Kingdom becoming an even stronger force for good in the world, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab told Parliament as he introduced the sanctions. He pledged to keep the flame of freedom alive for those brave souls still suffering in the very darkest corners of the world.
From the time that numeric control started making inroads into machine shops in the middle of the last century until relatively recently, the power of being able to control machine tools with something other than a skilled human hand was evident. Unfortunately, the equipment to do so was expensive, and so NC technology remained firmly in the big shops, where a decent return on investment could be realized.Fast forward a few decades, and everything that makes the computerized version of NC possible is cheap and easily available. Servos, steppers, drivers, and motion control components can be plugged together into CNC machines that can move a tool to a fixed point in space with incredible accuracy and repeatability. But without CNC software, none of it means a thing.
By: Ahad Ghani, SFU StudentIt s been a strong year for music, and we re only halfway there. We ve received comeback albums from Lady Gaga and The Weeknd, a posthumous album from Mac Miller, a debut solo album from Paramore s lead vocalist Hayley Williams, Charli XCX s album recorded entirely in social isolation, and much more. However, some stood out more than others and deserve your immediate attention. Here are the best albums released this year, so far.
The United Kingdom imposed economic sanctions on dozens of individuals and organisations from Russia, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar, and North Korea under new British powers to punish human rights offenders. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Monday the sanctions targeted those behind "some of the notorious human rights violations in recent years", and were aimed at stopping the laundering of "blood money".
Pakistan lead India 73 55 in ODIs, winning 19 of the 30 matches in the 80s while India won only nine.Speaking on Cric Casst show on YouTube, Afridi said, I have always enjoyed India. Unhe to theek thaak mara hai humne. Itna mara hai unhe ki match ke baad maafiyan mangi hai unhone. (We ve thrashed them a lot. I believe we ve beaten them so much that they used to ask us for forgiveness after the match).
Shushruta specialised in ophthalmic surgery (extraction of Cataracts). Shushruta was one of the first to study the human anatomy. In the Shusruta Samahita he has described in detail the study of anatomy with the aid of a dead body. Shusruta s forte was rhinoplasty (Plastic surgery) and ophthalmialogy (ejection of cataracts). Shushruta has described surgery under eight heads Chedya (excision), Lekhya (scarification), Vedhya (puncturing), Esya (exploration), Ahrya (extraction), Vsraya (evacuation) and Sivya (Suturing). The practice of surgery has been recorded in India around 800 B.C. This need not come as a surprise because surgery (Shastrakarma) is one of the eight branches of Ayurveda the ancient Indian system of medicine. The Ayurvedic practitioner was called vaidya, meaning a person of profound knowledge, who made use of what is called rational therapy. He examined the individual as a whole and not just his disease, took a careful note of the patient s innate physiology, mental state, and other factors such as age, food habits, and season of occurrence of disease. The vaidya conducted a thorough examination using both direct perception (pratyaksha) and inference (anumana). In addition, oral or written testimony of the personal experience of Ayurvedic experts was also accepted as a diagnostic tool (aptopadesha). The vaidya was also expected to question the patient in great detail (prashna), conduct a thorough physical examination using all his five senses (panchendriya pariksha), and confirm or negate his diagnosis through experimentation (yukti). Laying much emphasis on the vaidya s knowledge of drugs, he was supposed to keep in mind both its therapeutic and adverse effects. The Vaidyas laid equal emphasis on the cure of disease as well as prevention and health promotion. They prescribed a daily and seasonal routine as well as attention to nutrition for maintenance of a balanced state of health.Ayurvedic preceptors conceived the role of a physician as much more than mere treatment of diseases. He was to help an individual reach the ultimate spiritual goal of self emancipation, which would not be possible without a healthy mind and body. He was to educate the people about health and disease, and be able to communicate with the lay public and the scholars alike. This required wisdom and skilled communication. Charaka says this about the goal of the vaidya, Not for self, not for the fulfillment of any earthly desire or gain, but solely for the good of suffering, should you treat your patients and so excel all. Those who sell the treatment of diseases as merchandise gather dust and neglect gold. The ancient texts talk in detail about the doctor patient relationship. A vaidya was expected to be friendly and sympathetic toward his patients so that they do not fear him. Charaka recommends that the vaidya keep his conclusions to himself to avoid potential harm. Ayurvedic texts prohibit physicians from private conversations or indulging in jest with women.
Posted by TheGuardian Jul 5, 2020 BLM MKE, Syndicated Police in America s biggest cities are failing to meet even the most basic international human rights standards governing the use of lethal force, a new study from the University of Chicago has found.
Some educators recoil at this statement, claiming that because they are educators they must remain politically neutral. But Black Lives Matter is not a political statement. It is an affirmation of the humanity of our students and communities. Neutrality on matters of justice serves only the oppressors. Neutrality in the pursuit of justice for Black Lives betrays the communities we serve.The recent nationwide protests in response to the killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor by police have laid bare the profound societal inequities many Black Americans experience. While educators have been supporters of peaceful protests and advocates for change in police practices, as calls go out demanding we reform how law enforcement treats Black Americans, particularly young Black males, we must question what s happening to Black children in our schools and move beyond protest to action.
Creature actor Alan Maxson recently spoke a bit about his acting process when playing a creature. Believe it or not, it s not entirely dissimilar to how he approaches playing a human character, but with one caveat. Here s what he had to say:The way I approach acting for creature roles vs "human" roles are almost the same. My character still has intentions and backstory that motivate my actions, but there is one major difference. Usually, creature roles involve a large amount of movement while under heavy prosthetics, makeup, or a full bodysuit, which is something I have to take into consideration when performing. Will my movement look the same through my prosthetic? Do I need to over or under exaggerate my movement based on how thick my suit is?
Facebook Share to TwitterTwitterTwitter Share to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Share to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsApp Share to MessengerMessengerMessenger Share to TelegramTelegramTelegram By AuthorTelanganaToday Prof. KP Singh Published: 6th Jul 2020 12:12 amUpdated: 5th Jul 2020 9:31 pmThe university is ranked 157 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education.Hyderabad: Located in one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, Dresden, Technical University of Dresden s origin can be traced back to 1828 when it was founded as the Royal Saxon Technical School. Today, TU Dresden is a modern, multidisciplinary university and one of the biggest technical universities in Germany. The university is one of eleven German universities which succeeded in the Excellence Initiative in 2012, thus getting the title of a ;University of Excellence . It is also a member of TU9, an association of the nine leading German Institutions of Technology.With 18 faculties in five areas, the university offers a wide range of 124 courses and covers a broad research spectrum with areas of focus on biomedicine and bioengineering, materials science, information technology and microelectronics, energy and the environment, as well as culture and social change. The various faculties in its five schools include Faculty of Biology, Faculty of Psychology, Faculty of Mathematics, Faculty of Chemistry amp; Food Chemistry, Faculty of Physics, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Linguistics, Literature amp; Cultural Studies, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Arts, Humanities amp; Social Sciences, Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Business amp; Economics, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Transport amp; Traffic Sciences, Faculty of Electrical amp; Computer Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science, Faculty of Mechanical Science amp; Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Science amp; Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science and Faculty of Medicine Carl Gustav Carus.
The House and Senate moved quickly to enact the legislation after the Chinese government imposed a new national security law in the territory that critics say is aimed at squashing protests against the government and could lead to, in some cases, life imprisonment.The legislation has been a high priority for members of both parties, who ve been joining forces on measures to pressure the government in Beijing on trade and human rights.
Pattambi (Palakkad): A young doctor has proved her talent in pencil carving by writing the names of 59 bones of human body on pencil lead within 13 hours. When the Indian Book of Records 2021 is published, it will include the name Dr Arshiya Shereef Thumbil for her talent in the micro art of pencil carving. An Ayurvedic doctor by profession, Arshiya was attracted to pencil carving after watching a video on Instagram. Thus she started practicing it since 2019. As she is busy at Shoranur Ayurveda Samajam as a doctor, she spent her leisure time for the micro art. After the lockdown was imposed, she got more time to practice.
From Iqbal Bano singing it to a charged crowd in Lahore in 1986, to students reciting its verses on campus protests across India late last year, Faiz Ahmed Faiz s Hum Dekhenge has continued to inspire activists for decades. Why do the leftist poet s words continue to resonate beyond their original context?
The Fourth of July #8212; also known as Independence Day or July 4th is a federal holiday in the US commemorating the publication of the declaration of independence from Great Britain in 1776.Prime Minister Modi on Saturday congratulated President Trump and the people of the US on the country ''s 244th Independence Day, saying as the world ''s largest democracies "we cherish freedom and human enterprise that this day celebrates ".