Now that actual “Jews-will-not-replace-us” Nazis have made their presence in America known in recent years, a show like Hunters might seem like a cathartic way to see fictitious Nazis in America get what they deserve. At times, it certainly does accomplish that task. However, the emphasis on whether revenge can go too far suggests that this show might instead be a cathartic watch for Richard Spencer the next time the national conversation turns to whether it’s okay to punch a Nazi in the face. … [Read more...] about Amazon’s ‘Hunters’ brings Nazis, Al Pacino, and muddled morality to 70’s New York
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Over and over again, the authors highlight the effect of the individual and her opinions on economic trends. For instance, fears that migrants take job opportunities from locals is a pressing issue from Paris to Assam. The authors however, write, “... migration seems to make most people, migrants and locals, better off.” They support this thesis by quoting a number of studies from a variety of Western countries. Yet, the authors say that people continue to resent migration into their countries; they are not swayed by facts alone; the reasons for this are psychological. So it is to inform the average world citizen that this book has been written. … [Read more...] about Review | Nobel laureates Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo’s new book presents poverty and migration in new light
Health Minister Harsh Vardhan Friday urged states to keep high vigil against the novel coronavirus and asked them to continue raising public awareness for its prevention, even though no new case was reported in the country. The minister reviewed the preparedness and actions taken so far to handle the situation arising out of the outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID19) in China in a meeting here with senior ministry officials, according to a release. … [Read more...] about Harsh Vardhan asks states to maintain vigil against coronavirus; no new cases in India
In Son Pahadi the gold deposit is estimated at approximately 2,943.25 tonnes, while almost 646.15 tonnes could be found at the Hardi field. India's current gold reserves is around 626 tonnes. The gold at both deposits could amount to approximately Rs 12 lakh crore. … [Read more...] about Goldmines with over 3,000 tonnes of gold ore found in UP; this is 5 times India’s current reserve
Madara’s example is not an anomaly. Still, artificial intelligence is increasingly being added to doctors’ workflows—and big companies are involved. Despite public backlash to Google’s quiet partnership with Ascension, which involved the company accessing patients’ data without their explicit consent, the two companies are continuing to partner (notably, the two biggest health record companies, Epic and Cerner, have decided not to work with Google). “Super super proud of our work with Ascension,” said David Feinberg, head of Google Health, at a conference hosted by Startup Health. In that work, Google is developing machine learning algorithms to help doctors sift through electronic health records—like Google search for doctors. More specifically, the platform aims to organize patient records in a cohesive way. The work is currently ongoing at two hospitals, and Feinberg indicates that it will eventually be coming to more Ascension … [Read more...] about Can high-tech capitalism fix the healthcare industry?