I can’t believe this terrible news - one of the nicest humans I’ve ever met -very sad news condolences to the friends and family of Alex Chumpy Pullin what a tragedy way to young 2020 can you please be over 🥺🙌🏿 #RIP https://t.co/WHWMVKvn8f … [Read more...] about Alex Pullin dead: World reacts to Aussie Winter Olympics star’s Gold Coast tragedy
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The Xiangxi Geopark in central China's Hunan Province and Zhangye Geopark in northwest China's Gansu Province were approved as Global Geoparks by the Executive Board of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) at its 209th session on Tuesday, according to the administration. … [Read more...] about China adds two parks to list of UNESCO Global Geoparks
Google published a paper last December that showed that it could trick AI systems into recognising a banana as a toaster. Researchers Konda Reddy Mopuri, Aditya Ganeshan, and R Venkatesh Babu at the Indian Institute of Science have just demonstrated that they could confuse almost any AI system without even using, as Google did, knowledge of what the system has used as a basis for learning. With AI, security and privacy are afterthoughts, just as they were early in the development of computers and the Internet. … [Read more...] about India has not lost the AI race, it can still build a trillion-dollar industry
IMAGE: Groom Peter Andrews and bride Hoang Nguyen get married at home as celebrant Lou Szymkow officiates, with loved ones unable to attend due to the travel restrictions watching over live stream, in Sydney, May 19, 2020. Photograph: Loren Elliott/Reuters … [Read more...] about Around the world: Weddings in COVID-19
A major concern is India’s scattered state policies for rooftop systems that are connected to the electricity grid. “An office complex or mall may use much of its power in the day, while homes tend to use more electricity after sunset, when everyone’s home but the sun isn’t shining,” says Jigjinni. “Institutions with rooftop panels also harness solar power on holidays.” … [Read more...] about Ray of hope: India’s solar dreams are big and bright. Are they realistic?