Large Coronavirus Outbreaks in Iran, South Korea and Italy

Iran, South Korea and Italy have significant levels of COVID-19 coronavirus. The world total of official COVID-19 coronavirus cases is over 80,000 with 2705 deaths. This is not including mild cases with very few or no symptoms and without needing hospitalization. There are undetected cases as well. The number of coronavirus cases in South Korea …

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Beyond Deep Learning: Investing in the Future of AI – Presented by Samsung NEXT #emtechdigital

Breakthroughs in deep learning are inspiring the evolution of AI. But will this “deep learning + X” model drive AI to its fullest potential? While problem solving with more data and deeper models has a place in AI’s evolution, not every problem can be solved by this model. Samsung NEXT not only enables “deep learning …

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Will North Korea Dismantle Nuclear Weapons Production and Stabilize with South Korea?

In a New Year’s Day speech, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un made an offer toward denuclearization. Kim indicated that North Korea wants a deal and is interested in another summit. Kim would put nuclear production capability as part of negotiations. A path to the goal of complete denuclearization could be created. North Korea could be …

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Progress to Peace Between North and South Korea

South Korean newspaper Hankyoreh estimates that North and South Korea have already fully implemented nine out of 25 agreement reached in a pair of summits between Korea’s leaders in April and September. 36% of the two statements implemented, 52% being deliberated There were also two agreements (8%) that failed (holding an inter-Korean event on June …

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China’s giant ultra-high voltage grid is ambitious as its high speed rail

Ultra-high voltage energy grids are needed for efficient power transmission across large distances. A 100 mile (160 km) power line at 765 kilovolt carrying 1000 MW of power can have losses of 1.1% to 0.5%. A 345-kilovolt line carrying the same load across the same distance has losses of 4.2%. China’s 1.1 megavolt line can …

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South Korea University mandatory dating class

South Korean universities have courses that make it mandatory for students to date their classmates. Students have to date each other in three randomly assigned pairings. Courses on dating, sex, love and relationships are trying to increase coupling and eventually birthrate. Most young korean woman and men don’t want to have kids. They reason it …

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$130 billion in Russian gold claimants setup cryptocurrency and may have stolen location

The South Korea company that claimed discovery of $130 billion in Russian gold from a shipwreck appears to be stock and cryptocurrency scams using the stolen location of a shipwreck. In 2000, Dong-Ah Construction said they were the first to find the wreck and also said there was gold. Dong-Ah produced no gold and did …

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