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2018-07-25

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KwabenaBoahen,aprofessorofbioengineeringandofelectricalengineeringatStanfordUniversity,hasenvisionedanewgenerationofcomputerstobebrainlike,orneuromorphic,machinesthatarevastlymoreefficientthantheconventionaldigitalcomputers.Asconventionalcomputerchipsarenotuptothechallengesposedbynext-generationautonomousdronesandmedicalimplants,"wehavereachedthepointwhereweneedtodosomethingdifferent",saysBoahen,alsoamemberofStanfordBio-XandtheStanfordNeurosciencesInstitute."Ourlab"sthreedecadesofexperiencehasputusinapositionwherewecandosomethingdifferent,somethingcompetitive."Moore"slaw,anobservationmadebyIntelCorpco-founderGordonMoorein1965,hasheldupprettywellforfivedecades:Roughlyeverytwoyears,thenumberoftransistorsonecouldfitonachipdoubled,allwhilecostssteadilydeclined.However,transistorsandotherelectroniccomponentsaresosmalltheyarebeginningtobumpupagainstfundamentalphysicallimitsontheirsize.Andthereareneedsforcomputingtobeeverfaster,cheaperandmoreefficient.InthelatestissueofComputinginScienceandEngineering,Boahensaysthatthefutureisnow.Hesaysthatwhileothershavebuiltbrain-inspiredcomputers,hewasquotedinanewsreleasesayingthatheandhiscollaboratorshavedevelopedafive-pointprospectusforhowtobuildneuromorphiccomputersthatdirectlymimicinsiliconwhatthebraindoesinfleshandblood.Thefirsttwopointsoftheprospectusconcernneuronsthemselves,whichunlikecomputersoperateinamixofdigitalandanalogmodes.Intheirdigitalmode,neuronssenddiscrete,all-or-nothingsignalsintheformofelectricalspikes,akintotheonesandzeroesofdigitalcomputers.Buttheyprocessincomingsignalsbyaddingthemallupandfiringonlyonceathresholdisreachedmoreakintoadialthanaswitch.ThatobservationledBoahentotryusingtransistorsinamixeddigital-analogmode.Doingso,itturnsout,makeschipsbothmoreenergyefficientandmorerobustwhenthecomponentsdofail,asabout4percentofthesmallesttransistorsareexpectedtodo.Fromthere,Boahenbuildsonneurons"hierarchicalorganization,distributedcomputationandfeedbackloopstocreateavisionofanevenmoreenergyefficient,powerfulandrobustneuromorphiccomputer.Overthelast30years,Boahen"slabhasimplementedmostofitsideasinphysicaldevices,includingNeurogrid,oneofthefirsttrulyneuromorphiccomputers.But,inanothertwoorthreeyears,Boahensays,heexpectshisteamwillhavedesignedandbuiltcomputersimplementingalloftheprospectus"fivepoints."It"scomplementary,"Boahensays,addingthat"it"snotgoingtoreplacecurrentcomputers".Butasmostpersonalcomputersoperatenowherenearthelimitsofconventionalchips,neuromorphiccomputerswouldbemostusefulinembeddedsystemsthathaveextremelytightenergyrequirements,suchasverylow-powerneuralimplantsoron-boardcomputersinautonomousdrones.ξ֧Ϊ22Ӣרҵ3ְЭ65ճ񹲷12Ѳ㿴

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Mostpreschoolersstruggletogotoschoolontheirown,letalonetrek5miles(8kilometers)ofsnowfieldpackedwithwolvesinsubzerotemperatureinSiberia.However,afour-year-oldgirlSaglanaSalchakinRussia"sTuvarepublicdidjustthatlastmonthtofetchhelpforhergrandmother.Herheroicmovetouchedsoulsaroundtheworld,butalsoraisedconcernaboutproperparentalcareandpoorlocalfacilities.Herjourneybeganwhenshewasaskedbyhergrandfathertogethelpwhenshefoundher60-year-oldgrandmothermotionless.Hergrandfather,whoisblind,didnotrealizeitwas5amandpitchdark,reportedSiberianTimes.Theonlythingthegirlhadwasmatches,whichshetookincasesheneededtolightafire,andfollowedthetracksofahorsesled,partlyonafrozenriver,whichsheknewledtotheneighbor"shome8kilometersaway."ItwasverycoldandIwassohungry,"shelatersaid."ButIwasn"tscared.Ijustkeptwalking,walking,walking.AndIfinallygotthere."Themedicalpersonnellaterdiscoveredthatthegrandmotherhaddiedofaheartattack.Thegirl"sstorysoonwentviralandwonheartsofmany."Thisfour-year-oldisamazing.Mykidswon"tevenwalktotheneighbor"shouse,"saidaparentonfreerangekids.com."HatsofftothebravestgirlinSiberia!"tweetedScotuehlinger.TheTuvansareaTurkicpeopleethnicgrouplivinginsouthernSiberia.TheyarehistoricallyknownasoneoftheUriankhai,fromtheMongoliandesignation.Ashistoricallycattle-herdingnomads,theTuvanchildrenarebetterpreparedforemergenciesthantheircounterpartslivinginthecities.Theyridehorsesataveryyoungage,andcanwalkfartherthannormalpeople.Despitethis,localpeoplestillworriedaboutherwhenretrospectthescene."Tuvahassimplyfilledupwithwolves,"saidSemyonRubtsov,headoftheregionalsearchandrescuegrouptotheKomsomolskayaPravdanewspaper.ʱҲDzúڱϹĴдƴǡʡΪ׳־ĻƷƵĸ׻ԡ׳硤̤׷ΪĿ44Ļʽǧɢ̨ʨ׳ĻξƷ·ʽĻĻó

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Athousand-year-oldpagodainCentralChina"sHenanprovincehasstartedonitslargest-scalerenovationsince1949,saidlocalofficialsonTuesday.Thenine-storyoctangularpagoda,intheWuhuaTempleofYiyangcountyinLuoyangcity,stands37.2meterstallandfeaturescarvingsofbuddhasandgiants.AccordingtotheYiyangcountyannals,thepagodawasbuiltintheSongDynasty(960-1279),butsomeoftheconstructionmaterialsdatefromtheTangDynasty(618-907).Overtime,theotherpartsofthetemplecomplexweredestroyed,leavingjusttheWuhuaTemple.Thepagodahasalsotiltedoverthecenturies,leadinglocalstojokinglycallit"Luoyang"sTowerofPisa"."Duetothelackofrepair,itwasleaning,andsomeofthestonesweremissingorweatheredaway,"saidHuoXiaofeng,headoftheculturalrelicsmanagementofficeofYiyang."Theroofeavesespeciallywereseriouslydamaged."Therenovationisexpectedtobecompletedattheendoftheyear.½ظйطȡʩΪ̨괴ҵ´ƽ̨Żṩصĸ׸߼ʦһǺĺҲ̫

It"swhereimaginativeyouthimagine.Softmusicwaftsfromarecordplayerperchednexttothecafe"sbar.Youngpeoplesurroundingitthumbthroughbooks,massagepaintbrushesintoartworksandfiddlewiththeirphones.Severalengageinheateddiscussionatalectureinthenextroom.Othersrestintheirownroomsupstairs.It"slikeanyFridayafternoonat706YouthSpace.Theestablishmentisablendofalibrary,coffeeshop,hostelandeventcenter."706isaculturalandinformationharborcateringtoyoungpeople"sneeds,"founderWuFangrongsays."Itoffersalternativelifestyles."ThespaceislocatedinBeijing"sWudaokouarea,whichhousesthicketsofuniversities,includingsomeofthecountry"smostelite.Itspatronshailfromallwalksoflife.Thatincludesasubcultureof"slashers"people,whoeachhaveseveral"slashcareers"seekingaplacetoliveandaplatformtomakefriendsandshowcasetalents.(α༭)йƾתشĿڴݸϢĹ۵ԡʱ˵²Լһ߼ΪǷԴʩ

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Aboydrinkswaterfromapipe,inarebel-heldtownofDoumainSyriaonJune23,2016.[Photo/VCG]About650millionpeople,oronein10oftheworld"spopulation,havenoaccesstosafewater,puttingthematriskofinfectiousdiseasesandprematuredeath.Dirtywaterandpoorsanitationcancauseseverediarrheainchildren,killing900under-five-year-oldsadayacrosstheworld,accordingtoUnitedNationsestimates.WorldWaterDay,markedthisyearonMarch22,highlightsvariousconcernsabouttheworld"swaterresources.ͼ˹ձలһͬϯŷʱʾ2018ͽʹҲֻܵ2021

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⽻ΪĽġ㡱ﱣԮ⹤̺ϿųΪĻһһ·Ҫջ22331ڼ繥ӵ19RidersscanofobikesinXi"an,Shaanxiprovince.Thebike-hirestartupisexperimentingwithadepositwaiversystemforusersinShanghaiandmayextendtheservicetoothercitiesinthecountry.[Photo/ChinaDaily]INWHATISBELIEVEDTOBEthecountry"sfirstcourtcaseagainstacompanyofferingashared-bicycleservice,a31-year-oldBeijingcitizenissuingOfo,oneofthecountry"sleadingbike-sharingcompanies,asheclaimsthathewasinjuredduetoafaultybikeherentedtwomonthsago,GuangzhouDailycommentedonTuesday:TheplaintiffclaimsthatOfoisresponsibleforinsufficientmaintenance,asheallegesthebrakesonthebikehehiredwerefaulty.Heisclaiming20,000yuan($2,900)ascompensationtocoverhismedicaltreatment,mentaldistressandtransportationcosts.Heisnotthefirstridertosolicitcompensationfrombike-sharingoperatorsinthecountryonthegroundsthatthebikestheyusedwerenotwellmaintained.Albeitmostclaimants"requestswereansweredandproperlydealtwithbythecompaniesconcerned,aroutineapproachtosituationslikethisisstillmissing.Accidentsinvolvingsharingbikes,whichhavebecomeverypopularinlessthanayear,willinevitablyincreaseasmorepeopleusethem.Thatwarrantsatailoredaccountabilitymechanismwhenitcomestotherespectiveresponsibilitiesofbothusersandthebike-sharingserviceproviders.Thebusinessmodelofstation-lessbikesisdesignedtohelpurbancommuterstravelthe"lastmile"moreefficiently.Toprotectusers"legalinterests,ensuringtheirbikesareinsatisfactoryconditionistheleastthebikeproviderscando.Admittedly,bigplayerssuchasMobikeandOfoarecoveredbyinsuranceandtheypledgetocompensateridersforanyinjuriesincurredwhileusingthebikes.Compensationisalsoavailableforpeopleinjuredbythoseusingthebikes.Sucheffortsarepraiseworthy,butnotenough.Theyshouldbeinstitutionalizedandstreamlinedinthewayinsuranceiscompulsoryforallvehicles.Bike-sharingserviceproviders,too,needlegalprotectionbecausetheyareatriskofbeingblackmailedbyunscrupuloususerswillingtogotogreatlengthstobecompensated.

ǰضԵܲʵҪ׼Ʊ˵ûмͻǾü߻SouthKorea"soustedleaderParkGeun-hyeleavesaprosecutor"sofficeinSeoul,SouthKorea,March22,2017.[Photo/Agencies]SEOUL-SouthKoreanprosecutorsendedamarathoninterrogationofoustedPresidentParkGeun-hyelateonTuesdaynightoveracorruptionscandalthatledtoherimpeachment.The14-hour-longquestioningcametoanendatabout11:40pmlocaltime(1440GMT)asParkappearedintheSeoulCentralDistrictProsecutors"Officetobequestionedovertheinfluence-peddlingscandal.SohnBum-kyu,oneofPark"slegalteam,saidviatextmessagethatitwouldtakeabouttwohourstoconfirmthetestimonyParkhadgiventotheprosecutors.ParkisexpectedtoreturnaftermidnighttoherprivatehomeinasoutherndistrictofSeoul,whereshehasstayedsincesheleftthepresidentialBlueHouseonMarch12.Atpresent,theprosecutorsarereportedlyrulingoutapossibilitytoseektoarrestPark.OnMarch10,theconstitutionalcourtpermanentlyremovedParkfromofficebyunanimouslyupholdingthebilltoimpeachParkthatwaspassedintheparliamentonDec9.Sincethepassageoftheimpeachment,Parkhadvowedtobeinterrogatedbybothstateandspecialprosecutors,butsheeventuallydismissedtherequestsforquestioningbybothofthem,citingvariousreasons.Parkhadimmunityfromcriminalindictmentwhileinoffice,butshehaslostitassheisnowaprivatecivilian.ParkbecamethefourthSouthKoreanformerpresidenttobequestionedbyprosecutors.

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˵÷ӦѶԺ˰ȫܷʩҪϸΪǧԱڷӦѸһDzAnexhibitionthemedonwomen"slivesduringtheHan(206BC-220AD)andTang(618-907)dynastiesisongoingattheTianjinMuseum,whichisshowingnearly100piecesofexquisiteculturalrelics.Ancientpotteryfigurinesrelatingtofemales,aswellasgold,silverandjadeitemsandbronzemirrorsareonexhibit.Theexhibitionfeaturesthefirstfemale-themedshowintheTianjinMuseumanditispresentedincollaborationwiththeXi"anMuseum.Itrevealsthefashionablelifeofwomenintheancientcapital,Chang"an,throughclothing,makeup,scenesoffeasting,musicanddance.TheexhibitionwillrunthroughMay4.ЩۺƷǵûмΪȫйҹƽúƽչı෴ں̶ܴϱΪάȫȨȡȫչֶκͳ

ǰҸ˵ҪȥμһѧʱǵһʱķӦʲôʱҪȥΪʲôȥƺҶҲֻһָоIt"swhereimaginativeyouthimagine.Softmusicwaftsfromarecordplayerperchednexttothecafe"sbar.Youngpeoplesurroundingitthumbthroughbooks,massagepaintbrushesintoartworksandfiddlewiththeirphones.Severalengageinheateddiscussionatalectureinthenextroom.Othersrestintheirownroomsupstairs.It"slikeanyFridayafternoonat706YouthSpace.Theestablishmentisablendofalibrary,coffeeshop,hostelandeventcenter."706isaculturalandinformationharborcateringtoyoungpeople"sneeds,"founderWuFangrongsays."Itoffersalternativelifestyles."ThespaceislocatedinBeijing"sWudaokouarea,whichhousesthicketsofuniversities,includingsomeofthecountry"smostelite.Itspatronshailfromallwalksoflife.Thatincludesasubcultureof"slashers"people,whoeachhaveseveral"slashcareers"seekingaplacetoliveandaplatformtomakefriendsandshowcasetalents.ΪĦofoȻǰһֱΪdzģһκθĸ漰ĵľֵҲ

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