I was born and bred at a Black Death mortuary under the Mountains ... So this book was written for moi... Sydney must see cemeteries
Comparative Criminal Procedure: A Select Bibliography – This expansive, comprehensive and up-to-date guide by Lyonette Louis-Jacques, Foreign and International Law Librarian and Lecturer in Law at the University of Chicago D’Angelo Law Library, references resources that include books, loose-leaf, online, database and e-government sites, services and resources
Amy Cuddy's TED talk on power poses — feet apart, hands on hips, head thrown back -- has been viewed 37 million times. How did such a flimsy idea become a sensation?... Power Madness
Adani gilded lily is far from rolled gold
... nothing is more self-empowering than metaphorically sailing oceans, climbing mountains and crossing deserts.
JUSTICE: Lawyers: New court software is so awful it’s getting people wrongly arrested; Problematic Odyssey Case Manager software package is used nationwide.
I’m interested in how animals are connected to the internet and how we might be able to see the world from an animal’s point of view. There’s something very interesting in someone else’s vantage point, which might have a truth to it. For instance, the tagging of cows for automatic milking machines, so that the cows can choose when to milk themselves. Cows went from being milked twice a day to being milked three to six times a day, which is great for the farm’s productivity and results in happier cows, but it’s also faintly disquieting that the technology makes clear to us the desires of cows – making them visible in ways they weren’t before. So what does one do with that knowledge? One of the unintended consequences of big data and the internet of things is that some things will become visible and compel us to confront them.
What we are seeing now isn’t an anxiety about artificial intelligence per se, it’s about what it says about us. That if you can make something like us, where does it leave us?
(1) Chequeado is organizing an open fact-checking day. (2) Claire Wardle joins verification coalition First Draft News full-time. (3) Follow the money — that's what fake news writers do. (4) CJR takes a deep dive on automated journalism, included automated fact-checking. (5) Did Marine Le Pen *really* say that about Hollande? Probably not. (6) Der Spiegel fact-checks five myths about social growth in Germany. (7) A St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist defends a "tireless...courteous" fact-checker against political attacks. (8) A fact-checking app is helping voters in Ghana's elections.