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Wirtschaftswetter International

Welcome to Spring 2020

Wirtschaftswetter International


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Eurofound on COVID-19: 10 min-Survey - Living, Working and COVID 19 - "How is COVID-19 impacting your life?

The one and only - The New York Review of Books

picture vampire,  gallery novemberrTheme: Hate Speech is (only) a Virus. Researchers from Cambrigde University suggest to use AI for quaranting hate speech in a manner as malware filters do - but just blocking keywords isn't effectual. An engineer and a linguist who pubished their proposal in the journal Ethics and Information Technology say that it is possible to build up algorithms by using databases of threats and violent insults. Potential hate speech - whose definition vary depending on nation, law and platform - could be identified and signed as "quarantined". Users gets a warning - with sender's name - and the option to view this content or to delete it unseen. This could reduce the amount of hate speech people in the present are forced to "experience", according to the researchers Dr. Stefanie Ullman and Dr. Marcus Tomalin. The prototype will be ready to start in 2020, that won't be a magic bullet but actually works with an accuracy of 80 percent - with ongoing improvement. More cam.ac.uk: Online hate speech could be contained like a computer virus, say researchers.


External Link - European Commission: Public Surveys

+++ News +++ Solution Scanning - 7 Routes of Pandemics and its 161 Options +++ . A new study of international wildlife and veterinary experts indentifies the routes of pandemics and the options for reducing the risk. First, we have to change the ways of interacting with animals. The study has been generated by so called "Solution Scanning", more, cam.ac.uk: Human Interaction with Wild and Farmed Animals Must Change Dramatically +++ A Special Sound - The Voice of Covid-19 +++ Persons suffering from Covid-19 could be identified by a new app, that was created to collect data to develop machine learning algorithms. Researchers at University of Cambridge has launched this app based on voice, breathing and coughing - as Covid-19 is a respiratory condition. The "COVID-19 Sounds App" is available for Chrome and Firefox browsers. Read more, cam.ac.uk: New app colltects the sound of COVID 19 +++ Flush, Flush Away - The Waving Brain +++. When Neurones goes swimming ... A tiding sea of blood and spinal fluid takes care of our brain by flushing away neural toxins, harmful build-ups of proteins and other waste products while we are sleeping ... .By Elena Renken, Quanta Magazine: Sleeping Brain Waves Draw a Healthy Bath for Neurons

And, Report on Sciencemag: Coupled electrophysiological, hemodynamic, and cerebrospinal fluid oscillations in human sleep, by Fultz, Bonmassar, Setsompop, Stickgold, Rosen, Polimeni and Lewis. +++


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