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Month: September 2021

AIDS vaccine on Clinical Trials

Three decades of attempts to create a vaccine against hiv, the virus that causes aids, have proved fruitless. Moderna, a firm based in Massachusetts that has recently found fame by quickly coming up with a viable covid-19 jab, is planning to start human trials of a novel vaccine against hiv. Its researchers hope that the

infecting volunteers with covid-19

Since the second world war, around 40,000 volunteers have allowed themselves to be infected with everything from malaria and typhoid to dengue fever and cholera. Human trials are a valuable part of medical research. Studying sick people in the controlled environment of a lab allows scientists to collect valuable information about how diseases work much

carbon-removal plant switches on

Orca is, for now, the largest installation in the infant industry, which aims to remove CO2 from the atmosphere. When sealed underground such CO2 counts as “negative emissions” an essential but underdeveloped method for tackling global warming. To stop temperatures rising by 1.5°C or even 2°C above pre-industrial averages, as per the Paris climate agreement,

Decentralized Finance

Decentralised finance, or “DeFi”, deserves sober consideration. It has the potential to rewire how the financial system works, with all the promise and perils that entails. The proliferation of innovation in DeFi is akin to the frenzy of invention in the early phase of the web. At a time when people live ever more of

Synthetic Data in AI

the smartness in Artificial Intelligence is a factor of how much data we allow our AI ‘engines’ to ingest and how well the datasets that comprise that data encapsulate a full and comprehensive image of the world we are attempting to digitize. AI is able to chew through the repeats and deduplicate any extraneous data

AI Can have a very negative effects on human beings

Applications that should be prohibited include government “social scoring” systems that judge people based on their behaviour and certain AI-based tools that categorize people into clusters such as by ethnicity or gender. businesses have rushed into applying AI systems that affect people’s lives and livelihoods without setting up proper safeguards to prevent discrimination and other

community spaces on twitter as a new feature

The firm has launched a trial of Communities, a new feature allowing members to tweet directly to a group instead of to all their followers. The community spaces allows Only other members in the same Community will be able to reply and join the conversation, but posts will remain publicly visible, and anyone can quote

Origins of the Red Cross

The Red Cross’s roots date to 1859, when businessman Henry Dunant witnessed the bloody aftermath of the Battle of Solferino in Italy, in which there was little medical support for injured soldiers. It is an is an international humanitarian network founded in 1863 in Switzerland, with chapters worldwide that provide assistance to victims of disasters,

impact of Instagram on teenagers

Protect teenage Instagram users. Research show that young people blamed their anxiety and depression on Instagram. Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, said it stands by the research, arguing that it demonstrates the firm’s “commitment to understanding complex and difficult issues young people may struggle with, and informs all the work we do to help

The Bar War

Banking, currency and monetary policy was a source of great controversy in the early United States. later in 1971,Congress established the original Bank of the United States, masterminded by Treasury Secretary. Conflict over the Bank caused a split within George Washington’s administration that would later widen into the formation of the nation’s first two political