Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) 2019 Annual Report

first_imgMedical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Health sector has released it’s 2019 annual report.For more information about Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Medical And Surgical Centre Limited (MASC.mu)  2019 annual report.Company ProfileMedical And Surgical Centre Limited deals within the Healthcare and Cafeteria segments where it operates hospitals in Mauritius. The company is a subsidiary of CIEL Healthcare Limited and operates hospitals under the Fortis Clinique Darné and Wellkin Hospital names, as well as runs a one day care centre under the FCD North name. Medical And Surgical Centre Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.last_img read more

Free charity recruitment site launches

About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 2 February 2000 | News As announced by UK Fundraising last month, a new free charity job site has launched. As announced by UK Fundraising last month, a new free charity job site has launched. CharityJob accepts free adverts in categories such as care, chief executive, fundraising, personnel, finance, IT, press, management, and administration.There are more job vacancies listed than when UK Fundraising last reported. However, the “free” aspect is offered at the expense of a searchable database of jobs. Also Egroups, who host the job listings, display largely US-focused banner adverts in return for hosting this service. In addition, the method for posting jobs on the site does not allow for e-mail and Web addresses to be displayed as clickable links. Advertisement  18 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 CharityJob have listed UK Fundraising as one of their Great Charity Resources, describing it as “the greatest fundraising site around.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Free charity recruitment site launches read more

Haitians protest election shenanigans

first_imgDemonstrators march during a protest in Port-au-Prince.The Haitian presidential election was held on Nov. 20 in such a serene fashion that the country’s ruling class, with the blessings of their international “observers,” decided to count the vote. Candidates for the Senate and Chamber of Deputies were also on the ballot.Close to midnight on Nov. 28, the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) announced the election results: that Jovenel Moise had won with 55 percent of votes cast. Moise, who is from the PHTK (Party of Bald-Headed Haitians), had the most support among the Haitian and international bourgeoisie. The PHTK was founded by Michel Martelly, who was imposed as president in 2010 by then U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.While the rampant manipulation of ballots that caused elections in October 2015 to be rejected did not occur, some ballots in the southwest of the country could not be delivered, even by helicopter, due to flooding and bad weather. In the capital city of Port-au-Prince, voters faced electrical outages, incomplete voter rolls and voting sites that were moved at the last minute, according to a complaint made to the CEP by Fanmi Lavalas. Fanmi Lavalas is the political party founded by Haiti’s former President  Jean-Bertrand Aristide. The party waged a militant and active electoral campaign for its presidential candidate, Dr. Maryse Narcisse. Holding seven massive and militant marches through Port-au-Prince, Fanmi Lavalas demanded that votes for its party be counted. Demonstrators protested an “electoral coup d’etat.” (See videos posted on You Tube, produced by Wendy Lerisse, Haitian videographer associated with Fanmi Lavalas.) Leading up to the election, Fanmi Lavalas held marches called “caravans of dignity” throughout the country. They demanded a fair and free election, one in which everyone could vote and where every vote would be counted. Some of the marchers in southwest Haiti, which was devastated by Hurricane Matthew, also brought food and basic necessities, like beds and sheets.During the week of Nov. 21, some marchers were attacked by cops firing tear gas because they didn’t want Fanmi Lavalas showing its strong popular support. All these marches were “illegal,” stated the minister of the interior, because the CEP had banned demonstrations until after the election results were announced. The overall voter turnout was very low at 23 percent. Some progressive Haitian political tendencies, like Haïti-Liberté and Batay Ouvriye, explained the boycott as a rejection of elections as part of the solution to Haiti’s desperate problems. As Haïti-Liberté put it, the people are “not thirsty for elections but for a social transformation.” (Nov. 23-29)FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

This New Restaurant Will Be Your New Breakfast Haven

first_img Community News Subscribe Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Colette’s take on a traditional breakfast sandwich includes two eggs over hard with bacon, spinach, sharp cheddar and guajillo chili spread on a brioche bun. This earthy chili also appears in the Fresh Mozzarella and Tomato Sandwich. They are also featuring salads like the Chicken Yuzu with artisanal lettuce, snap peas, radicchio and roasted chicken with yuzu dressing and toasted sesame seeds. For something a bit sweeter, choose the Sunflower Butter and Banana Toast which comes with a sliced banana and honey drizzle or Colette’s exclusive Churro French Toast – battered in cinnamon sugar and served with Vermont maple syrup or ice cream. More Cool Stuff Adults can also choose from a short but varied wine and beer list. In addition to mimosas, Colettte offers beer on tap and a selection of wine. The Standard Madewest beer is the perfect, light beer for brunch that is light on the hops but extremely refreshing. There will also be organic sodas by Stubborn with flavors like Vanilla and Acai. Colette’s moderate portions and modest price point make this the perfect spot to dine with family and friends. Grab seat on the patio or choose a table indoors and celebrate simple cuisine. Top of the News Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Make a comment “We make things that no one else is making in this area – the menu is straight-forward, uncomplicated and fresh,” said Meyer. Colette is located at 975 n. Michilinda Avenue and is open from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. Call (626) 826-0111 for more information. The children’s menu offers healthy choices for little guests – not just the standard chicken fingers and grilled cheese. Choose from a Chicken Veggie Bowl, Baked Russet Potato or Cheesy Scrambled Eggs. Meyer adds that substitutions and additions will all be accommodated. HerbeautyAt 9 Years Old, This Young Girl Dazzled The World Of FashionHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Special Massage Techniques That Will Make You Return For MoreHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 Countries Where Men Have Difficulties Finding A WifeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty11 Ayurveda Heath Secrets From Ancient IndiaHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWhat’s Your Zodiac Flower Sign?HerbeautyHerbeauty Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Pasadena Eats, The Dining Blog This New Restaurant Will Be Your New Breakfast Haven From STAFF REPORTS Published on Monday, November 14, 2016 | 3:12 pm First Heatwave Expected Next Week 11 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Business News The newest restaurant in Pasadena promises to make your breakfast dreams come true. Colette is a bright, welcoming breakfast and lunch spot with a simple menu of updated classics. Joy Meyer, the restaurant’s manager and consultant explains that Colette is a laid-back establishment offering something for everyone from lighter eaters to traditional breakfast lovers to children. faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Community News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadenalast_img read more

Two men arrested in Derry after attacks on SF councillors’ cars

first_img Facebook Two men arrested in Derry after attacks on SF councillors’ cars Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire By admin – May 6, 2015 Twitter Facebook Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th center_img Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Two men have been arrested in Derry in connection with the latest in a series of attacks on the homes and properties of Sinn Fein representatives in the city. It follows attacks on cars belonging to two of the party’s councillors.Shortly before 1.50am, police received reports that a car parked in the Kildrum Gardens area of the City had been set on fire. Extensive damage was caused to the engine block of the car as a result. That car is the property of Cllr Collie Kelly.Shortly before 2.30am it was reported that the front and rear windscreens of a car parked in the Oakbridge Park area of Shantallow were smashed. That car belongs to Cllr Sandra Duffy.Two men aged 17 and 23 were arrested in the area of Oakbridge Park on suspicion of criminal damage and are currently in custody assisting police with their enquiries.In recent days, there have also been incidents centred on the family homes of Deputy Fire Minister Martin Mc Guinness and Martina Anderson.Foyle MLA Raymond Mc Cartney says the party will not be deterred from its work. Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Previous articleMorgan to be fit for Donegal Championship openerNext articleWater Meters removed by contractors after West Donegal standoff admin Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApplast_img read more

Gardai warn of further scam, this time targeting local GAA clubs

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Pinterest Previous articleFive people awaiting in-patient beds at LUHNext articleDeputy Scanlon tells Dail supports needed for small family farms News Highland Twitter Gardai in Donegal are warning of another scam which has come to light, this time involving GAA clubs.Earlier, people were urged to be on alert following reports of unsolicited text messages being received purporting to be from Revenue.Gardaí received a report yesterday from a local GAA club that an email address appearing to be associated with the club president sent an email to the club secretary, requesting them to purchase 3 iTunes vouchers totaling €300, that she scratch and reveal the pin of the vouchers and email a picture of same. The person indicated that the club secretary would be reimbursed.Upon immediately contacting the club President, he informed the secretary that he did not send the email and that the address was not associated to him.People who receive such emails are being advised to not respond to them or click any attached links and to alert local Gardaí.In a seperate incident, Gardai received reports of unsolicited text messages being received purporting to be from Revenue.The message from the ‘ROS.Team’ claimed a refund was available.Upon clicking the Hyperlink embedded in the text message, the injured party is then brought to what appears to be a legitimate, well made ROS website where the party is asked for their name, date of birth and bank details.People again are advised not to click the hyperlink and delete the message. Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA center_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows By News Highland – July 3, 2019 Gardai warn of further scam, this time targeting local GAA clubs WhatsApp Google+ Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Community Enhancement Programme open for applicationslast_img read more

Chief Security Advisor Visits Naval Dockyard in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka

first_img View post tag: Security Back to overview,Home naval-today Chief Security Advisor Visits Naval Dockyard in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka Chief Security Advisor to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mr. Abraham Mathai and his team visited the Naval Dockyard in Trincomalee on 24th July 2013.They called on Commander Eastern Naval Area, Rear Admiral Rohan Amarasinghe and held cordial discussions on a range of topics which were of mutual interests. Mementoes were also exchanged to mark the occasion.[mappress]Press Release, July 26, 2013; Image: Sri Lanka Navy View post tag: Dockyard View post tag: Defense Chief Security Advisor Visits Naval Dockyard in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka July 26, 2013 View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Defence View post tag: Lanka Training & Education View post tag: Sri View post tag: visits View post tag: Naval View post tag: advisor View post tag: Trincomalee View post tag: chief Share this articlelast_img read more

Sign up for the Summit

first_imgThere’s not long left to register for the Baking Industry Summit 2008, on 27 November, so make sure you reserve your delegate place now. The Summit, which will focus on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), is taking place at One Great George Street, London, and will host a variety of top speakers, including Lucy Neville-Rolfe, executive director (corporate & legal affairs), Tesco.There will also be speakers from Asda, Greggs and Bells of Lazonby, as well as packaging and waste experts who have tackled bakery-based issues head-on and will share their experiences. To book a place, contact Helen Law on 01293 846587 or email [email protected] You can also book online at www.bakingsummit.co.uk. Ticket price: £225 + VAT.last_img

Clues in the cucumber’s climb

first_imgHarvard researchers, captivated by a strange coiling behavior in the grasping tendrils of the cucumber plant, have characterized a new type of spring that is soft when pulled gently and stiff when pulled strongly.Instead of unwinding to a flat ribbon under stress, as an untwisted coil normally would, the cucumber’s tendrils actually coil further. Understanding this counterintuitive behavior required a combination of physical and mathematical modeling and cell biology — not to mention a large quantity of silicone.The result, published in the Aug. 31 issue of Science, describes the mechanism by which coiling occurs in the cucumber plant and suggests a new type of twistless spring. Led by Professor L. Mahadevan, the researchers were motivated by simple curiosity about the natural world.“Nature has solved all kinds of energetic and mechanical problems, doing it very slowly and really getting it right,” says lead author Sharon Gerbode, a former postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) who now holds a faculty position in the Physics Department at Harvey Mudd College. “But few people have studied biological mechanisms from the point of view of a physicist or an engineer. We barely had to scratch the surface with this question about the cucumber — how does it coil? What could be a simpler question? And what we actually found was this new kind of spring that no one had characterized before.”The coiling tendrils of climbing plants — cucumbers, sweet peas, and grape vines, for example — allow the plants to hoist themselves up toward sunlight and hold tightly to structures such as trees or trellises. Yet the biological and physical mechanism of this coiling, at the level of cells and tissues, remained a mystery.A cucumber tendril begins as a straight stem that elongates until it finds something to latch onto. Then, secured at both ends, it forms a left-handed helix and a right-handed helix, joined at the center by a “perversion” — Charles Darwin’s strikingly Victorian term for the point at which the coiling changes direction.“It’s easy to create one of these twistless springs with a telephone cord,” says Gerbode, “and they’re annoying. But with the phone cord, you can pull on both ends and it will straighten out into a flat ribbon. What’s strange about the cucumber tendril is that if you pull on the ends, it actually overwinds, adding more turns to both helices.”To explore the mechanism for this behavior, Gerbode and her Harvard colleagues took a closer look at the cells and tissue inside the tendril.A fibrous ribbon, made of threadlike cells called gelatinous fiber (g-fiber) cells, runs the length of each tendril. Two cell layers thick, this ribbon appears to provide the force required for the tendril to form a helix without the benefit of muscle. If the cells on one side of such a ribbon were to contract, the researchers thought, it would force the ribbon to curve and coil.Gerbode and co-author Joshua Puzey, Ph.D. ’12, who was studying organismic and evolutionary biology in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) at the time, tried to reconstruct the fiber ribbon with a silicone model. They stretched a sheet of elastic silicone, secured the ends, and then spread a thin layer of silicone caulk across its surface. When the caulk cured, they cut a thin strip off the model, held both ends, and watched it coil into a pair of perfect helices. When they pulled on both ends, however, it simply unraveled and lay flat, adding no extra coils.“This is when I spent a lot of time pulling on telephone cords,” Gerbode says.The key, as it turned out, was inside the g-fiber cells. Such cells have been studied extensively in trees; they have the ability to shrink or elongate, thanks to a special type of architecture in the cell wall.“The inner cell layer of the tendril has more lignin in it, which is a sort of glue that gives cell walls stiffness and holds together the cellulose microfibrils, which are like rebar in the cells,” says Puzey. “We thought this stiffness must be related to the coiling somehow.”To test the idea, Gerbode and Puzey glued a fabric ribbon to one side of their silicone model and a copper wire to the other side. At last, the silicone strip formed a pair of helices that overwound, just like the cucumber tendril.The structure they stumbled upon is a spring made of two joined, opposite-handed helices whose bending stiffness is higher than their twisting stiffness. In other words, to form this specific structure, the materials involved have to make it easier for the ribbon to twist axially than to change its curvature. Through mathematical models developed by Mahadevan and co-author Andrew McCormick, a physics graduate student in GSAS, the team was able to fully understand the parameters and synthesize a simple principle for the design of the springs.The final stage in the research was to address the biological implications. By extracting the fiber ribbon from a cucumber tendril, Mahadevan’s group had already noticed that moisture was playing a role in the spring’s behavior. As the extracted ribbon dried out, its stiffness increased and it coiled more tightly. Lignin is also known to be hydrophobic, repelling water. What’s more, Mahadevan’s team measured the mechanical response of young tendrils and older ones, finding that the older tendrils put up much more resistance to pulling, a fact that they explained through a combination of theory and computer simulations.Though the researchers have not yet explored these findings from an evolutionary perspective, they hypothesize that the mature coil structure allows the climbing plants just the right amount of structural flexibility.“You want the plant to make a nice strong, secure connection, but you also don’t want it to be too stiff or to snap,” explains Gerbode. “You want it to have a little bit of flexibility so that if the wind blows or an animal brushes past it, it doesn’t break. So one possibility is that this overwinding allows the plant to easily accommodate small motions, but then if something really serious happens it can get very stiff and protect itself.”To further study the evolutionary significance of the tendril’s morphology, researchers would have to study the coils in numerous species and attempt to reconstruct the evolutionary history of that characteristic. Mahadevan said that such a project could provide important ecological insights.“The advantage of using a tendril is that the plant saves on complex machinery to build structural supports such as trunks and branches,” Mahadevan says. “The disadvantage is that it must depend on other species to build these supports. Thus, tendrils are an adaptation that is likely to develop only in regions replete with vegetation that can provide supports and where competition for resources is intense.“The real question remains this: How difficult is it to evolve such tendril-like solutions?”last_img read more

Humanity and Artificial Intelligence – Shape Our Future in Harmony, Rethink Our Societies.

first_imgOf all the emerging technologies that are set to impact the way we work and the way we live, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is, without doubt, the most challenging. Coupled with Machine Learning (ML), AI will not only make objects smarter or allow machines to recognize patterns and interpret data, it has the potential to change the face of the earth. Some see AI as a blessing, many others focus on the threat it poses to human dominance over machines.When talking about AI and smart machines, examples spring to mind of a computer beating the world chess champion Gary Kasparov in 1997, Google Assistant helping us in our day to day tasks, or – more recently – an AI program beating the world’s best professional poker players because it made better use of information that poker players do not share with each other. But the effects of AI will go much deeper. Just imagine what tasks computers can take over from us when they can be programmed to think like us, and how much faster they can be at performing repetitive tasks. What machines are already doing on the production line, may well happen in our offices too.Let AI Do the Work for UsSome recent surveys have shown that business leaders are divided over what the human-machine partnership will bring in terms of productivity. Research conducted by Vanson Bourne on behalf of Dell Technologies shows that 82 per cent of business executives expect their employees and machines to work as ‘integrated teams’ within the next few years. Yet only 49% believe that       employees will be more productive as more tasks get automated. And only 42% think we will have more job satisfaction by offloading tasks that we don’t want to do to intelligent machines. Employees too have their doubts, as research from The Workforce Institute reveals:  although 64 per cent would welcome AI if it simplified or automated time-consuming internal processes or helped balance their workload, six out of ten employees find their employers are not very transparent about what AI will mean to the way they do their jobs – if they will still have them, that is, after this next automation wave.We are only in the first chapters of the book that we are writing for our future, but already, the AI/ML is having a profound influence on all aspects of human life, and we need to ensure that AI is not writing the ending for us. Consider just these examples:In healthcare, deep learning systems can read images and diagnose pneumonia as accurately as radiologists.At CES in Las Vegas, AT&T announced that it’s testing a new ‘structure monitoring solution’, a system to help cities and transportation companies monitor the stability of bridges, alerting them if their stability is compromised.At Georgia Tech, a chatbot is mailing assignments and answering questions from students.Intelligent systems are helping HR departments analyze employee sentiment in real time, thus helping reduce employee attrition.The list of applications of AI is endless and you will find examples like these in any industry. The big question that everyone is asking is whether AI will help us, or if AI systems will replace human beings in the workplace, making us completely redundant. The answer to this million dollar question is not so simple. On the one hand, it is clear that a number of jobs are on the line. Just think of truck drivers losing their job if we will get convoys of driverless trucks on the road, call center operators being replaced by conversational AI systems, or financial analysts getting the boot from robo-advisors.Humans in the LoopOn the other hand, AI will also create new jobs. If you have learning systems, someone will need to supervise those learning efforts, programmers will have to find the right algorithms and embed them in systems, and so on. In fact, some analysts see AI as what is called ‘an invention that makes inventions’, creating endless new possibilities. AI will definitely have a direct impact, but it will also spur on new developments that will, in turn, create new applications and new jobs. Enough new jobs for Gartner’s Peter Sondergaard to claim – during last year’s Gartner IT Symposium – that AI will be a net job contributor from 2020 onwards, eliminating 1.8 million jobs while creating 2.3 million new ones.I also tend to think AI will bring more benefits than troubles and I strongly believe that humans will be augmented by AI rather than replaced. We need to consider that self-taught AI has trouble with the real world. Emotions are key, multiple options and complex real life situations hard to handle for AI. As Kevin Kelly, author of The Inevitable, says: “the chief benefit of AI is that it does NOT think like humans. We’re going to invent many new types of thinking that don’t exist biologically and that are not like human thinking. Therefore, this type of intelligence does not replace human thinking, but augments it.” In fact, AI cannot do without human intervention and there will always be ‘humans in the loop’ as AI-specialist J.J. Kardwell comments: “humans should be focused on teaching machines so that machines can focus on performing jobs that are too big for humans to process.” According to this school of thinking, humans and robots working in harmony will yield the best results.For Marvin Minsky, what counts in humans, is our mind, our spirit, the brain being a machine like any other, besides the fact that modeling the plasticity and dynamism of the brain is not easy. We have a “mechanistic” vision of the Human, but, like Jean-François Mattei highlights, the fact is that the brain is first of all a social and cultural organ, which adapts to human relations and with our environment, for a fine and adapted decision, linked to our conscience, to our freedom to think and to create in an innovative way. Our liberty is unique, how we undertake and adapt it is precious, and as Lucretius says, “If the chain of causes is governed solely by laws, what meaning can you give to the freedom of the will and human action”?Creativity RulesDoes this mean we should stick our heads in the sand and carry on as if nothing will change? Of course not. The future will be different and we need to prepare for it. The educational world has the huge task of preparing the workers of tomorrow. The human race has always excelled in creativity, from the paintings in the caves of Lascaux through architecture to modern music. What education should focus on, is stimulating that creativity and teaching people to combine that creativity with the power of AI to make our dreams come true. After all, machines cannot replace our feelings. I am convinced human beings will not turn into emotionless cyborgs. In that sense, I agree with the French philosopher Jean-François Mattei (‘Question de conscience’) that transhumanism should not lead to technology totalitarianism. Instead, AI will help us become less like the machines we are right now, toiling for ten hours a day to get through our ‘to do’-lists. This is our job to invent new lifestyles, imagine new societies, with the potential, through AI, to help us reorganize the way we live, the way we work and provide us with more time to connect with and take care of other humans or living species, making our world a better place for everyone.All in all, I think we should be hopeful of the prospect that AI and ML are going to help us weather the changes that are ahead of us and we should not fear the machine. I share this belief with Dell Technologies CEO and Chairman Michael Dell: ““Computers are machines. The human brain is an organism. Those are different things. Maybe in 15 to 20 years from now, we’ll have computers that have more power than 10 million brains in terms of computational power, but it’s still not an organism.” We then must take an intuitive approach to imagine how future is formed, with artificial intelligence, as Bergson would stage, to work intelligently on joining forces, not on one taking over the other. As a closing, the notion of ethical conviction should not ignore the alterity dimension, emphasized by Kant.last_img read more