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Addressing a press conference to commemorate the International Day of Biological Diversity, Braulio de Souza Dias said that his office tried every year to raise awareness of biodiversity’s importance for all. It had been promoting the idea of biodiversity as a key element of many of the discussions taking place in the United Nations today about sustainable development, especially those of the Open Working Group on the sustainable development goals, which was dealing with such issues as food security, water and land degradation, among others.Noting this year’s theme, “The links between biodiversity and water”, he said that his office was collaborating with a number of other United Nations agencies in looking into how enhancing collaboration could provide better ways to implement the agenda on water. Contrary to the traditional way of doing things or “working in silos”, whereby each of the Millennium Development Goals was dealt with in isolation they should all be addressed together because they all benefitted from biodiversity and ecosystem services.
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How we choose to develop AI will be the key to protecting our future basic rights and freedoms. This means beginning a public dialogue now, and not just among the elite and mega rich tech companies, about our robotics, software, and computers that have the capacity for intelligent behavior, and not just in connection with lethal weaponry. Scientists and engineers are leading the current research and discussions, but we need more humanist thinkers in the room as well..
What travelling on Hyperloop would really be like: BMW.Share this article Share309 sharesHe has quite a long history as it relates to MRI technology.Frahm first revolutionized MRI imaging in 1985 when he invented the FLASH, or fast low angle shot, technique.Before he invented FLASH, it could take nearly five hours to create one 3D image via traditional MRI systems.MRI pioneer Jens Frahm developed a system called FLASH2. It uses a novel mathematical process to reconstruct MRI scans into moving images, giving us a look at biological processesHowever, using FLASH, Frahm was able to speed up the process by a ‘factor of 100, reducing scanning time from half a day to a few minutes,’ Max Planck said.Not long after, FLASH became the industry standard.FLASH2 stands to have a similar affect, as it gives scientists, medical professionals and experts the first moving MRI images in real time at up to 100 frames per second.Essentially, it has transformed MRI scans from photos into videos, offering up the first ever 3D videos of ‘pumping hearts and moving joints’ as well as impressive biological processes like swallowing or speech formation.’For the first time, it is possible to directly observe joint movements, speech movements, swallowing processes or the beating heart and draw conclusions about why the knee hurts when bending, someone who suffers from heartburn, stutters or pain in the chest area,’ the university explained.FLASH2 produces the first moving MRI images at up to 100 frames per second. One video shows a man speaking German with the camera trained on his tongue inside his mouthJens Frahm revolutionized MRI tech prior to creating FLASH2.