The Facebook founder went on to bemoan: 'It kind of feels like the list of things that you're not allowed to say socially keeps on growing, and I'm not really okay with that'. He then declared: 'This is the new approach [free expression], and I think it's going to p**s off a lot of people. But frankly the old approach was p**sing off a lot of people too, so let's try something different'... The tech guru has also stated that Facebook will not fact-check political ads, resulting in a highly publicized showdown on Capitol Hill with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Monroe spoke at the conference about his research, including using quantum hardware to simulate a water molecule, but says the event didn’t offer clues about what X’s team is working on... “It’s such an early field right now that it takes [a] super amount of knowledge even to understand a bit about quantum computing,” he said. “We need to give tools to the wider community.” ... X’s quantum team is trying to create more quantum experts. At Carnegie Mellon, Hidary described an internal three-day quantum computing training program that he said about 600 Alphabet employees had taken...
Approximately 1 million children in the U.S. are affected by peanut allergies... The drug, called Palforzia, is not a cure but still marks a step forward in reducing allergic reactions for kids ages 4 through 17, who have already been diagnosed with peanut allergies. Marks noted that even when avoiding peanuts, inadvertent exposure can still happen and that's what this drug aims to treat... The Palforzia pill is administered in three phases and is taken over time, but cannot be used in an emergency situation in the way that a treatment like an EpiPen is used.
... without properly identifying these patients, which means there are patients who died from the virus but not adding to the official record. That shows the current death toll of 133 that we are seeing is way too low.
As Reuters reports, the highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreak of H5N1 subtype of poultry occurred in Shuangqing District, Shaoyang City, Hunan Province. The case reportedly occurred on a farm with 7,850 chickens, 4,500 of which have died of the bird flu. Authorities have culled 17,828 poultry following the outbreak...
The case, which has not been reported until now, is yet another example of China’s increasing efforts to acquire American military technology. The country’s security services have already compromised dozens of crucial US weapons systems, such as the Army’s Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) ballistic missile defense system, and the Aegis ballistic missile defense system used by the Navy... He is scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 14.
China claimed—for almost two months—that coronavirus had originated in a Wuhan seafood market. That is not the case. @TheLancet published a study demonstrating that of the original 40 cases, 14 of them had no contact with the seafood market, including Patient Zero. pic.twitter.com/PdgqgHjkGy
...the team investigated whether artificial nanoparticles could be made to work instead of engineered antibodies. Their nanoparticles are branched, allowing peptides to be attached to them... The researchers on the new study found that their nanoparticles containing PD-1 peptides were just as effective as using natural antibodies... It’s a promising first step, but so far it’s only been tested in cultured cancer cells. The team is now testing the technique in animal models, and if all goes well human trials may follow a few years down the track...
This makeshift community on a military base in Riverside, Calif., is made up of evacuees from Wuhan, the city in China that is the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. The 195 people, including diplomats, infants, a football player and a theme-park designer, are among Americans who have managed to leave Wuhan since a quarantine was imposed... Late Wednesday, hours after the plane arrived in California, a passenger tried to leave the base and was intercepted... A quarantine order was issued to that passenger, a spokeswoman for the county said, because of “the unknown risks to the public should someone leave the base without undergoing a full health evaluation.”
Michael Skelly, 45, died suddenly on Monday in his Annadale home after suffering an apparent heart attack, his wife and father-in-law told the Advance... Skelly was a 24-year veteran detective in the NYPD Latent Print Section, a branch of the department that is in charge of analyzing fingerprints and photographic evidence...
Led by an anti-police group that wants officers out of the subways and free train rides, demonstrators also marched down 42nd Street and down into the subway system from Bryant Park station. CBSN New York's Ali Bauman reports.
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