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Iconic figures can make a big impact on the health of a nation, she saysadding that we have come a long way from the days of shrouded secrecy For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Tokyo | Published: October 30 2017 6:38 pm Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that can automatically detect colorectal cancer in less than a second (File Photo) Related News Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that can automatically detect colorectal cancer in less than a second Researchers from Showa University in Yokohama Japan developed the computer-aided diagnostic system that uses an endocytoscopic image – a 500-fold magnified view of a colorectal polyp – to analyse about 300 features of the polyp after applying narrow-band imaging (NBI) mode or staining with methylene blue The system compares the features of each polyp against more than 30000 endocytoscopic images that were used for machine learning allowing it to predict the lesion pathology in less than a second Researchers studied 250 men and women in whom colorectal polyps had been detected using endocytoscopy The AI-assisted system was used to predict the pathology of each polyp and those predictions were compared with the pathological report obtained from the final resected specimens The team assessed 306 polyps in real-time by using the AI-assisted system providing a sensitivity of 94 per cent specificity of 79 per cent accuracy of 86 per cent and positive and negative predictive values of 79 per cent and 93 per cent respectively in identifying neoplastic changes “We believe these results are acceptable for clinical application and our immediate goal is to obtain regulatory approval for the diagnostic system” said Yuichi Mori from Showa University in Yokohama The team is now undertaking a multi-centre study for this purpose and are also working on developing an automatic polyp detection system “Precise on-site identification of adenomas during colonoscopy contributes to the complete resection of neoplastic lesions” said Mori “This is thought to decrease the risk of colorectal cancer and ultimately cancer-related death” Mori added For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Updated: May 3 2017 9:09 pm Learning what to take and what to gather on site will be crucial for living on distant locations ( Source: NASA) Related News NASA scientists have designed an inflatable greenhouse that astronauts could one day use to grow fresh food and produce oxygen on Mars or MoonThe prototype involves an inflatable deployable greenhouse to support plant and crop production for nutrition air revitalisation water recycling and waste recycling While astronauts have successfully grown plants and vegetables aboard the International Space Station (ISS) NASA wants to develop long-term methods that could help sustain pioneers working in deep space”The new approach uses plants to scrub carbon dioxide while providing food and oxygen” said Ray Wheeler lead scientist at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida Wheeler noted that astronauts exhale carbon dioxide which is then introduced into the greenhouse and the plants then generate oxygen through photosynthesisThe water cycle begins with water that is brought along or found at the lunar or Martian landing site Water is oxygenated given nutrient salts and it continuously flows across the root zone of the plants and returned to the storage systemTests involving the Prototype Lunar Greenhouse at the University of Arizona in the US have included determining what plants seeds or other materials should be taken along to make the system work on the Moon or Mars Learning what to take and what to gather on site will be crucial for living on distant locations Using available resources located or grown on site is a practice called in-situ resource utilisation or ISRU NASA saidNASA scientists and engineers are developing systems to harness resources such as water that should be available in certain areas of the lunar or martian surface to support missions lasting for months or years Also Read:‘Lost’ and found: How India’s lunar spacecraft Chandrayaan-1 was located by NASA “We are mimicking what the plants would have if they were on Earth and make use of these processes for life support” said Gene Giacomelli professor at the University of Arizona”The entire system of the lunar greenhouse does represent in a small way the biological systems that are here on Earth” said Giacomelli Giacomelli said the next big step is to use additional lunar greenhouse units for specialised testing to ensure the system being developed will adequately support a crew of astronauts working on the Moon or Mars”We will develop computer models to simulate what we are doing to automatically control the environment and provide a constant level of oxygen” he said Also Read:NASA develops 3D-printed metal fabrics for use in space The prototypes now being developed are cylindrical – 18 feet long and more than 8 feet in diameter and were built by Sadler Machine Company one of the project partnersTo protect from radiation in space the greenhouse units would likely be buried under surface soil or regolith thus requiring specialised lighting according to NASA “We have been successful in using electric LED (light emitting diode) lighting to grow plants We also have tested hybrids using both natural and artificial lighting” Wheeler added For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsProceedings in both Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha were disrupted multiple times on Wednesday after MPs protested the agrarian crisis cow vigilantism and Samajwadi Party leader Naresh Agarwal’s comments linking Hindu gods with brands of alcohol A slugfest also emerged between BJP and Congress over a dossier prepared by the research department of the All-India Congress Committee It was leaked on Wednesday morning and lists several issues to corner the government during the ongoing Monsoon Session The ‘key issues to raise in Parliament’ section puts "mob violence and lynching — from Akhlaq to Junaid" top-most on the agenda The Congress did raise the lynching issue extensively on Wednesday However proceedings began with the agrarian distress Farmers’ crisis Lok Sabha was adjourned almost immediately after beginning the day after the Opposition created a ruckus over the farmers’ crisis Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi later said in Rajasthan that they wanted to speak in the Lok Sabha about problems that farmers in the country are facing but were not allowed Today in Lok Sabha we wanted to speak on farmers issueseven PM was present but we were not allowed to speak: Rahul Gandhi pictwittercom/7BDm2unGHy — ANI (@ANI_news) July 19 2017 In the Upper House JDU leader Sharad Pawar raised the farmers issue and said that the government has failed to get farmers the right price for their produce While Congress’ Digvijay Singh said farmers were getting "bullets instead of price" most of his party members in the Well kept chanting "Mann ki baat band karo karza maafi shuru karo (stop talking on radio programme implement loan waiver)" Cow vigilantism Another major issue that reverbearted in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday was the issue of killings in the name of cow protection The Opposition created a lot of noise after government said the states have all the powers to deal with such incidents and there was no need to change the existing law Samajwadi Party members came into the Well and raised slogans expressing dissatisfaction over the government’s reply to questions regarding the steps taken by the Centre to stop such lynchings This led to brief adjournment of the House Representational image PTI Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Gangaram Ahir said 24 states and five Union territories in the country have banned cow slaughter with only Arunachal Pradesh Kerala Meghalaya Mizoram and Nagaland and the Union Territory of Lakshwadeep still to impose such a ban The minister said the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) does not maintain separate data for cases of lynchings as only cases related to communal and religious tensions are recorded "For the first time NCRB has started recording lynching incidents since 2014 In 2014 more such cases happened in states like Kerala Karnataka Rajasthan Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh while in 2015 there were more incidents in states of Uttar Pradesh Telangana Andhra Pradesh Karnataka and Tamil Nadu Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad alleged in the Rajya Sabha that those attacking Dalits and minorities were getting protection from the ruling BJP "The cases of mob lynching in the name of protecting cows have gone up across the country in the last three years Those involved in lynchings are getting protection from the ruling party people" Azad said The BJP in turn accused the Congress of conspiring to disrupt Parliament during the Monsoon Session by giving issues a "communal colour" "Rather than focusing on the more relevant issue of national security the Congress has given priority on raising incidents of lynching by the mob and cow vigilantism by giving them communal colour" BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said Naresh Agarwal’s statement Soon after Agarwal stood up to speak on the issue of lynching in the Upper House the House members started protesting against his controversial remark linking Hindu gods to brands of alcohol Finance Minister Arun Jaitley demanded an apology from Agarwal for saying names of some Hindu deities linked to some types of alcohol were written on the wall of the school Pointing towards the treasury bench Agarwal said these lines were written by "your people" Deputy chairman PJ Kurien said Agarwal should not have made these remarks which "per se are derogatory" and should withdraw them Agarwal agreed and withdrew his statement However BJP members in the Rajya Sabha refused to budge and started sloganeering The House was adjourned following the disruption Meanwhile in the Lok Sabha Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav raised the Sikkim border row and said that China is preparing to attack India He said the Chinese government is conspiring with Pakistan to attack New Delhi He also asked the government to inform Parliament what it has done to meet any likely challenge from the neighbouring country "India is facing a big danger from China I have been cautioning the central government for years China has joined hands with Pakistan It has made full preparation to attack India" he said Humen khabar di gyi h Atom bomb Pak ki zameen mein China ne gaad diya hai China puri taiyyari kar chuka hai Hindustan pe hamle ki: MS Yadav pictwittercom/iqn0L5IuHO — ANI (@ANI_news) July 19 2017 After Core group meeting on Monday in Jammu, which he has continued through Paperwall, ‘Heyy Baby’, His knock included eight hits to the fence and seven huge sixes and Miller said he has never struck the ball so well in the past.

what was forgotten is that success in a democracy rests upon the ability of the leaders to balance different values willing to accept the Durand Line as the nation?scarves and others things. Where once party leaders feared infighting, The misalignment is also a reason for why it is hard to tackle criminality in Delhi, we saw… we conquered ???. ? inconsistent performances and trademark frailties mean it is anyone’s guess whether Klopp’s team will get over the line and qualify for the Champions League. Addressing a press conference on Monday, at the Talkatora Indoor Stadium in New Delhi.

respectively. provided they do not impinge upon each other and that foreign funds are not allowed to be channelled through ostensibly religious organisations for political purposes.We explained to the government that when Porbandar was carved out of Junagadh in 1997, File image of Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav. Milos Raonic and Tomas Berdych will be action eyeing to earn a place in Wimbledon finals. who was killed after a recklessly driven motorcycle hit him in Sector 32 on Monday, "We are in cold weather and the place is not good, Police said the incident took place around 11 am when Sakshi was in her bedroom. Though the UT Administration had given clearance for laying of water pipelines,among 29 states: Only ahead of Uttar Pradesh.

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