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Regarding Big Data, Ease of Use Remains a Huge Problem

For Big Medical Data, I am trying Deeplearning4j. According to edureka ( link ), this is a Java solution. Further, with the JVM (Java Virtual Machine: link ) language, this is compatible; It being open-source shall suit the cost efforts of my 1st economic robot project: collecting human anatomy data. At this time: from my Johns Hopkins University ( link ) Spring 2021 term classes, I have withdrawn. But I shall return Spring 2022. And in Enterprise and Web Development circumstances (just click on this link: link ; press ctrl+f and enter ‘Enterprise and Web Computing’), this language is a good choice because a 600-level course covers Big Data with Hadoop ( link ). In my Java background, I have several GitHub repositories ( link ), I studied a little graduate-level Java (JHU: Swing, Junit, the basics), and I studied Data Structures & Algorithms and Intermediate Programming in Java (Regent University, class of ‘18). But in this case, DeepLearning4j does not provide a simple example: se

A New Program: Economic Assistant Robots

Tonight, March the 25th, 2021, I am announcing to my audience the start of a new program: assistant robot technologies. For generations, emergency medical services have cost outrageous prices, but alternatives do not exist. But poor communities have not been afforded opportunities to supply health insurance services to poor friends or poor families. In 2021, this is inexcusable, and it cannot be defended. For in contemporary society, the so-called dog-eat-dog mentality allows convenient wrongs. The hungry captain, Tom Dudley, could say he needed to drink his ship cabin boy, Richard Parker’s blood to survive ( link ). But more cogent: he did not say his poor planning should have cost him his body, and his life. Organizations, today, are changing. Consider Amazon and Tesla. Amazon, who recently displayed her founder, Preston a.k.a. Jeff, Bezos, having retired ( link ) under convenient circumstances ( link ) against consumers and workers. Also, Tesla was recently in the news and her CEO,

Is the Police Using AI a Good Thing? Without preferences, perhaps it is.

On the Wall Street Journal, a video was posted titled Police Unlock AI’s Potential to Montior, Surveil and Solve Crimes ( link ). In New Orleans, appropriate use is the official consensus of the police force. But against the New Orleanian police is the local black or African American community’s focus on politics: previously open conversations about important city events and plans have naturally become more private, but less accessible. Trust Shall Forgo Favoritism Against critics, this live and active system is encouraging the development of circles of trust. And of the liberal, free and open society, this is the needed compromise: where people mistrust AI, the fundamental trust issue seems to be computer information technology taking preference data, and mistreating people. This has evidence when the New Orleanian African American woman on film stated the disproportionate mistreatment New Orleanian police place on New Orleanian black or African American people is infamous: from stop

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