“This protest represents a complete rejection of commonly recognized political institutions. It is a worrisome expression of pure anger and the government seems to have no idea how to deal with it.”
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“Poverty not only limits parents’ ability to pay for music lessons, for example, but is also a major source of stress that can influence parents’ energy, attention, and patience when interacting with children,” says Patrick Ishizuka, a postdoctoral fellow at Cornell University.
"It is definitely possible for AI to detect bestiality-related porn, but it would need to be trained on images related to that. So, it requires a special effort to do that kind of training and it's not 'fun to work on,'" says Bart Selman, a Cornell University professor of artificial intelligence. "Another issue is that the content spreading mechanisms may actually push this stuff widely, going around content safety checks."
“The uncertainty is unnerving, but the not-knowing part is somewhat typical,” says Jens David Ohlin, vice dean of Cornell Law School. “Normally the Justice Department is quiet about ongoing investigations.”
Research conducted by Ariel Ortiz-Bobea, assistant professor of applied economics and policy at Dyson, suggests farmers are already enduring lower yields than they would otherwise, had climate change not been under way. The Midwest, he says, “is more vulnerable than we’d like to believe.”
John Cawley, a policy analysis and management professor at the College of Human Ecology, says it’s telling that a light beer would be the most forthcoming about its ingredients and nutrition information. Since nutrition labels were first required, companies have competed to look healthier or remove objectionable ingredients. “That is actually the biggest public health victory of all,” Cawley says.
The CHIME discovery points to a huge potential,” says Shami Chatterjee, a senior researcher at the Cornell Center for Astrophysics and Planetary Science who was not involved in the latest discoveries. “I’m intensely curious how many [fast radio bursts] they are sitting on now. They must have dozens or hundreds.”
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