Posts Tagged ‘x78retwee’

The Coronavirus, by the Numbers – The New York Times

April 2, 2020

nice discussion of R & DOTS

Dr. Tom Frieden: There’s a long war ahead and our Covid-19 response must adapt – CNN

April 1, 2020

Massively scale up telemedicine. We need to reduce the number of people attending health care facilities while at the same time preserving and improving health.

Adapt to a new normal. The Covid-19 pandemic will change our world forever. Until it is controlled, we will all need to change how we wash our hands, cover our coughs, greet others and how close we come to others. We will rethink the need for meetings and conferences. We will need broadband for all as a public utility like mail or water. We will need to support the vulnerable, even if only because their illness can risk our health.

Facts (and Myths) About Boosting Your Immune System – WSJ

March 29, 2020

Highlights yogurt & vitamin D!

New blood tests for antibodies could show true scale of coronavirus pandemic | Science | AAAS

March 27, 2020

Publications from the Bennett Institute for Public Policy

March 1, 2020

Artificial Intelligence Will Serve Humans, Not Enslave Them – Scientific American

February 29, 2020

Interesting discussion of the development of “Digital Doubles” as a kind of computational subconscious for each person, residing in the cloud


Artificial Intelligence Will Serve Humans, Not Enslave Them
AI will serve our species, not control it
By Pedro Domingos
Humans are the only animals that build machines. By doing so, we expand our capabilities beyond our biological limits. Tools turn our hands into more versatile appendages. Cars let us travel faster, and airplanes give us wings. Computers endow…

98.6 Degrees Fahrenheit Isn’t the Average Anymore – WSJ

February 28, 2020

Today, they say, the average normal human-body temperature is closer to 97.5 degrees Fahrenheit.

Why deep-learning AIs are so easy to fool

February 26, 2020

Science funders gamble on grant lotteries

February 23, 2020

appears to be in use in New Zealand

Reverse engineering cash: researchers investigate how coin designs communicate value | Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History

February 3, 2020