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Geling Yan Says a Movie Fails to Credit Her. The Film World Shrugs.

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Geling Yan Says a Movie Fails to Credit Her.  The Film World Shrugs.

In 2018, as a celebrated Chinese director prepared to film a movie, his team sent the novelist Geling Yan a 33-page script with her name printed on each page. Ms. Yan said that made sense to her because she had written the Chinese-language novel that inspired the film. But when the film, “One Second,” was […]

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Black investors say crypto is still key to building wealth even as digital assets see steep sell-off in 2022

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Black investors say crypto is still key to building wealth even as digital assets see steep sell-off in 2022

Some minority investors say crypto is still an important investment even after this year’s big crash. According to a survey, 25% of Black investors own cryptocurrency compared to 15% of white investors. Experts have expressed concern around minority investors’ exposure to risks in the crypto market. Loading Something is loading. In 2013, as crypto was […]

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Private browsing may not protect you as much as you think

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Private browsing may not protect you as much as you think

But clicking the “private” browsing option might not protect you as much as you think, some privacy experts say. These options have different names — Private Browsing on Safari and Firefox, and Incognito mode on Chrome — but the functionality is similar on each. In these private modes, the chosen browser does not keep a […]

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Historical mistrust in government, health car

Filed in Health by on July 23, 2022 0 Comments
Historical mistrust in government, health car

COLUMBIA, Mo. – While African Americans have disproportionately higher COVID-19 infection and mortality rates compared to white individuals, they also have disproportionately lower COVID-19 vaccination rates, which is partially fueled by vaccine hesitancy. In an effort to address health disparities that negatively impact African Americans, MU’s Wilson Majee led a study to better understand the […]

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A new genetic analysis explains how penguins lost the ability to fly, headed south, and became excellent swimmers

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A new genetic analysis explains how penguins lost the ability to fly, headed south, and became excellent swimmers

Global temperature changes have been an important driver of penguin evolution, a new study suggests. Researchers mapped penguin evolution and identified traits that helped them survive. Modern penguins have genetic adaptations that allow them to thrive on both land and in water. Loading Something is loading. About 60 million years ago, penguins evolved from their […]

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A Day in the Life of a Public Health Professional

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A Day in the Life of a Public Health Professional

The phrase “a day in the life” of a public health professional seems almost darkly comical. First, it begs the question, “What life?” for an infectious disease epidemiologist and infection preventionist during the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, every day is own hurdles. Working in public health has never been for the […]

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An engineer who was fired from Google believes his AI chatbot may have a soul but says he’s not interested in convincing the public about it

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An engineer who was fired from Google believes his AI chatbot may have a soul but says he’s not interested in convincing the public about it

A Google engineer was fired following a dispute about his work on an artificial intelligence robot. According to Blake Lemoine, there are similarities between the robot and human children. He told Insider he’s not trying to convince the public of his claims but seeks better ethics in AI. Loading Something is loading. When Blake Lemoine […]

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In Japan, Abe Suspect’s Grudge Against Unification Church Is a Familiar One

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In Japan, Abe Suspect’s Grudge Against Unification Church Is a Familiar One

TOKYO — The day before Shinzo Abe was assassinated, Tetsuya Yamagami sent a letter saying that the Unification Church had ruined his life, “destroying my family and driving it into bankruptcy.” Mr. Yamagami’s mother had been a member of the church for over two decades, making prodigious donations over her family’s objections. “It’s no exaggeration […]

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From Where the Crawdads Sing to Uncoupled: a complete guide to this week’s entertainment | Culture

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From Where the Crawdads Sing to Uncoupled: a complete guide to this week’s entertainment |  Culture

Going Out: Movie theater Where the Crawdads Singout nowNormal People’s Daisy Edgar-Jones heads to the swamplands of North Carolina to star in this adaptation of the hit mystery novel by Delia Owens about an abandoned girl who grows up in the wilderness and is later accused of murder. Features new music from Taylor Swift. All […]

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British Airways wouldn’t let a mother pick up her lost luggage without her 7-year-old daughter’s permission

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British Airways wouldn’t let a mother pick up her lost luggage without her 7-year-old daughter’s permission

Nicola Campbell-Hare was without her luggage for two weeks on their holiday in Florida. She said Apple AirTag data showed agents had misled her about trying to deliver the luggage. When they tried to collect it, a BA agent told them they would need their daughter’s permission. Loading Something is loading. A British Airways passenger […]

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