How the 10 richest people got rich
I looked at the top 10 richest people in the world to see how the hell they got so rich.
At the time of recording it was:
1. Bill Gates
2. Warren Buffett
3. Amancio Ortega
4. Jeff Bezos
5. Carlos Slim Helu
6. Mark Zuckerberg (Zuckeroonie, the Zuckmeister)
7. Larry Ellison
8. Charles Koch
9. David Koch
10. Michael Bloomberg
Editing: Leslie Wai - (He's awesome check him out)
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Coronavirus Response, Supreme Court Takes on Abortion, New Policy Center Opens | 3/6/20 | LSWI
04:48-13:02 - Coronavirus Task Force
It’s a matter of when, not if! Our Lady of the Lake Medical Center will take on the most serious cases. More on their plan of action.
13:02-18:50 - Coronavirus Response
The governor outlines the state response to the Coronavirus and explains the best way to stay informed.
18:50-20:46 - Supreme Court Takes on Abortion
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments in its first major abortion case in years…with a Louisiana law at the center. That law requires doctors at abortion clinics to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.
20:46-26:31 - New Policy Center Opens
Education and the workforce, transportation and infrastructure, and state finances: the newly opened Kathleen Babineaux Blanco Public Policy Center at UL-Lafayette takes on all three policy areas during its first ever event.
B&H Customer Story: Workout With Fred
Fitness Instructor and Podcaster Fred Smith started a new business during the pandemic, utilizing the help of B&H’s creative experts to equip his home recording studio. Talk about turning lemons into lemonade! Do you have a B&H customer story? Share it with us in the comments below.
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B&H Customer Story: Jack & Barbra
Professional wildlife photographers Jack and Barbra have been B&H customers for 30 years and live in remote Alaska. Hear their story on how they have worked with us to power their creative endeavors. Do you have a B&H customer story? Share it with us in the comments below.
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A Brief History of B&H
For over 45 years, B&H has been selling cameras and photo equipment to its customers. Now, with over 400,000 products for sale, we still strive to provide the best customer service and the most competitive prices.
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Best Stories for Kids from Steve and Maggie | Free Speaking Magic with Wow English TV
It's finally here! Watch this long compilation of our best stories 2018 for kids. Steve and Maggie wish you all the best to the new year 2019! Yay! Free English esl stories and words with Steve and Maggie from Wow.
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Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English C2 Reading and Use of English Part 6 Gapped Text
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C2 Proficiency is made up of four papers developed to test your English skills.
Reading and Use of English shows you can deal confidently with different types of text, such as fiction and non-fiction books, journals, newspapers and manuals.
Reading and Use of English part 6, the 'gapped text' is a text from which paragraphs have been removed and placed in jumbled order after the text. Candidates must decide from where in the text the paragraphs have been removed.
Part 6 tests your understanding of cohesion, coherence, text structure, global meaning.
UWS-1 Design: V Tail Load Part 2, Chord Load Distribution
Now that we've determined the Span Load Distribution on the Vertical Tail of the UWS-1 Ultralight airplane, it is time to determine the Chord Load Distribution. We need the Chord Load Distribution so that we can determine the twist force that the vertical tail will in incur and thus tell us the shear force that the Vertical Tail has to counter in it's skins.
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FAA AC 103-7:
Disclaimer: If you use any of the information that you see on this video on a project of your own, YOU become the engineer and responsible party for your project. It is possible that miscalculations were made in the production of this video. Since you are now the engineer for your project, you must verify the information that you use.
HHL Expert Talks: How to manage your career in the covid-19 crisis
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National Autism Conference 2017 - Session17
Bradford & Barthel - Discovery : The Adjusters Greatest Tool
Join Donald Barthel for his fourth seminar on discovery. Join him to calculate how much an applicant’s attorney is really worth! What should you be paying for applicant attorney’s fees, including – but not limited to – LC 5710 costs? Do you owe LC 5710 fees if applicant refuses to sign the transcript? If fraud is alleged? Did you know that lying at a deposition can be grounds for termination? What are the rules for videotaping an applicant at deposition? What about videotaping the attorney?
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Heart disease: Progress toward stem cell therapies
Watch this Google Hangout to learn about recent progress in developing stem cell therapies for heart disease. Hear from stem cell clinical trial participant Fred Lesikar, stem cell experts Dr. Joseph Wu (Stanford) and Dr. Bruce Conklin (Gladstone Institutes) and CIRM science officer Dr. Cathy Priest. For more information about heart disease research funded by California's Stem Cell Agency visit our fact sheet:
How Critical Illness Affects the Brain... and Vice Versa
SCCM Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Thomas Bleck, MD, MCCM, gives a plenary talk at the 47th Critical Care Congress, How Critical Illness Affects the Brain... and Vice Versa.
GOTO 2016 • Want to be a Better Programmer? • Lars Bak & Kasper Lund
This presentation was recorded at GOTO Chicago 2016. #gotocon #gotochgo
Lars Bak - Co-Founder of Dart & Designer of V8
Kasper Lund - Software engineer at Google
The design of the Dart programming language is heavily based on syntax, features, and performance characteristics from past object-oriented systems. This intentional choice has resulted in a productive and yet simple to learn programming language [...]
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Don Kroodsma interview– The Singing Life of Birds, bird calls, American song birds
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Awesome Don Kroodsma (author, ornithologist) interview about The Singing Life of Birds (2006), bird calls and American song birds. Don Kroodsma worked at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and is now professor emeritus of ornithology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Here Donald Kroodsma compares bird calls of the Western and Eastern thrush, both native to the Dakotas, and plays songs of the song sparrow and the hermit thrush.
Thanks for watching the interview.
Anne Pringle 2: Reverse Ecology: Understanding the Natural Histories of Cryptic Organisms
Anne Pringle provides an overview of the vastly diverse and complex world of fungi, and tells us the story behind Bay Area Amanita phalloides.
Although people usually relate fungi with diseases, Dr. Anne Pringle provides an overview of the vastly diverse and complex world of fungi, and provides examples of the beneficial roles that fungi have on Earth. For example, although some fungi have been associated with devastating infections that threaten harvests every year, other fungi are mutualists needed for the healthy development of plants and animals.
In her second lecture, Pringle explains how one can use a “reverse ecology” approach to describe and characterize different organisms and their habitats, by studying their genes. Her laboratory used this approach to study the origins of the Bay Area Amanita phalloides. Although Amanita phalloides was thought to be an invasive species, historical records were mostly descriptive and hard to use as concrete evidence of the species’ biogeography. Using genetic information, the Pringle laboratory was able to definitively prove that early samples identified as Amanita phalloides in the US are distinct from the European species. They also used molecular data to document the symbiotic associations between Amanita phalloides and plants, proving the efficacy of these approaches to study species that are hard to grow in the lab.
In her third lecture, Pringle provides an overview of convergent interactions, defined as the independent emergence of multi-species interactions with similar physiological or ecological functions. For example, multiple plant lineages have independently evolved interactions with fungi in order to exchange resources and form what are known as mycorrhizal symbioses. To further understand how convergent interactions are formed, the Pringle laboratory studied the evolution of plants that have “pitcher”-like structures as well as the mycorrhizal symbiosis in the Amanita genus.
Dr. Anne Pringle is a Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Chicago in 1993, and completed her doctoral degree in Botany and Genetics at Duke University in 2001. Pringle continued her postdoctoral training as a Miller Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley, where she began work with the death cap fungus. In 2005, she joined the Organismic and Evolutionary Biology department at Harvard University. For her passion towards scientific teaching and mentoring, she was awarded at Harvard University the Fannie Cox Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching (2013), and the Mendelsohn Excellence in Mentoring Award (2011). In 2015, Pringle moved to the University of Wisconsin, where she continues studying the complex kingdom of fungi.
Learn more about Pringle’s research at her lab website:
How Drugs Really Get Into Cells | Prof Douglas Kell CBE | SCI FCG/YCP Webinar
In this webinar from SCI's Fine Chemicals Group and Young Chemists' Panel, Professor Douglas Kell CBE discusses how drugs really get into cells, and why passive bilayer diffusion is a myth.
Professor Kell is Research Chair in Systems Biology at the University of Liverpool.
To register to attend webinars in Season Two of the Fine Chemicals Group and Young Chemists’ Panel Webinar, visit
Datomic Made Easy Datomic in the Cloud - Stuart Halloway
Clojure devs are increasingly being called upon to deliver cloud-native applications on AWS. What if you could press a button and start Datomic running on AWS? Datomic that:
– lets you retain operational control and security without taking on a large operational burden,
– is inexpensive to run, with hourly billing akin to EC2 and other AWS services,
– deeply integrates with AWS services to deliver the flexibility, monitoring and elasticity you seek from the cloud.
In this talk, we’ll explore the work we’ve been doing to wed the information model and core simplicity of the Datomic architecture with a set of resource decisions, best practices, and automation to make Datomic the simple *and easy* database for Clojure developers who want to leverage AWS.
Arts and Crafts Jewelry in Boston
Boston boasted one of the most active and influential artistic jewelry-making communities in the nation in the early 20th century. Learn about this interwoven group of craftspeople and the signature Boston Arts and Crafts style that they developed.
Nonie Gadsden, Katharine Lane Weems Senior Curator of Decorative Arts and Sculpture, Art of the Americas
Meghan Melvin, Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf Curator of Design, Prints, and Drawings
Emily Stoehrer, Rita J. Kaplan and Susan B. Kaplan Curator of Jewelry
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Apollo at 50: The Lasting Effect of Lunar Surface Exploration on Our Current Exploration of the Moon
The Apollo missions to the Moon provided the first ever samples from a planetary body that were collected in a geologic context. Now with data from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), Noah Petro discussed re-evaluating those samples in a local and regional context which provides improved understanding for what those samples represent.
- Noah Petro, research space scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, is a planetary geologist who studies the surface of airless bodies in space, primarily focusing on the Moon.
For transcript and more information, visit
the arias engine part 1 with fred blanchard
Part 1 of a series on the arias chevy hemi engine. The story starts with fred blanchard talking about the old days, his jobs, and life in general. The interview continues on part 2 In a continuing video series on the people involved, and later the engine in full detail.
Facebook Live Session 192 -07/31/20 - For 4.5 to 6 Year Old Children - Learn & Play Montessori
Learn and Play Montessori aims to be the best Montessori school in Fremont and we're continually teaching and learning in a cooperative way. Enjoy some informative lessons on phonics, language, and other skills. Our schools are now open! If you would like to register your student for the months of July and August, contact a director at the school location that you would like to attend for more information. To watch our live sessions, please visit The zoom schedule has been updated. To see the new schedule, visit lapms.com. We have adjusted our Facebook live schedule. Children 18 Months to 3 Years Old starts at 10:00 am and goes to 10:30, children 3 to 4.5 years old starts at 10:45 and ends at 11:15, and children 4.5 to 6 years old starts at 11:30 and ends at 12:00. Check out our #Montessori training from live Facebook filmed on 7/31/20. Experience some questions and answers about math and learn science. Our online #Montessori training is a fun way to keep your child learning during the shutdown. For more information, please visit #FremontCA #DublinCA #DanvilleCA #LAPMS #RemoteLearning #LearnAndPlay
Zion UCC Arendtsville PA Sunday Service LIVESTREAM -- January 10 2021
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Nearer to God Medley, arr. Ron Loree, public domain
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O Sing a Song of Bethlehem, public domain
Welcome to our World, Chris Rice, ©1995 Clumsy Fly Music
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Dear Lord and Father of Mankind, public domain
Jesus is All the World to Me, Will Thompson, ©1993 Lorenz Publishing
Chap 1 Part 1 French for Reading
This is part of the first series of videos covering French for Reading by Sandberg and Tatham. Each chapter has its own play list. You can download the PowerPoint for all the lectures covering Chapter 1 here:
The playlists for lectures and exercises for each chapter of French for Reading can be found on my YouTube homepage:
Richard Taylor, The Sato-Tate conjecture
2007 Clay Research Conference
Osseodensification: Bone Instrumentation: An Evolutionary Perspective - Dr. Bernee Dunson
Osseodensification - The Surgical Perspective
Bone Instrumentation: An Evolutionary Perspective
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Osseodensification World Symposium
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The biological diversity of self: Microchimerism | Lee Nelson
Microchimerism (Mc) is harboring a small amount of cells or DNA that originated in another genetically distinct individual. Bi-directional maternal-fetal exchange occurs during normal pregnancy and creates a legacy of Mc in both individuals. Mc of maternal origin and, in women of fetal origin, is found in cells of the immune system including T and B lymphocytes, monocyte/macrophages, NK cells and granulocytes. Moreover, Mc is present as tissue-specific cells, for example cardiac myocytes, islet b cells, hepatocytes and other cell types. Mc has the potential for beneficial as well as adverse effects. A key variable is a complex of genes on the 6th chromosome that encode HLA molecules which are of central importance in immune responses. HLA genes are extraordinarily diverse and naturally acquired Mc therefore is usually about half similar and half dissimilar for HLA genes. In the autoimmune disease rheumatoid arthritis, for example, some types of Mc likely confer benefit and others confer risk depending upon the specific HLA alleles of the Mc as well as the HLA alleles of the person who harbors the Mc. In the setting of transplantation when donor and recipient differ for HLA there is a graft-versus-tumor benefit and a similar benefit has been implicated for Mc of fetal origin in immune surveillance against some types of cancer, especially breast cancer. Mc is present in healthy individuals and experimental studies point to benefits such as tissue repair and regeneration. Overall, naturally acquired Mc is common, diverse and durable pointing to a need for shift in perspective from the conventional self-versus-other paradigm to understanding the “self” as constitutively chimeric.
J. Lee Nelson, MD is a Member of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington. She heads a research group that has an overall goal of elucidating the beneficial and detrimental effects of maternal-fetal cell exchange during and subsequent to pregnancy. Dr. Nelson began her work focusing on immunological changes that occur during pregnancy and described fetal-maternal HLA-disparity in the pregnancy-induced amelioration of the autoimmune disease rheumatoid arthritis. She later spearheaded a new area of research examining the long-term consequences of naturally acquired microchimerism, with initial studies focused on systemic sclerosis, also called scleroderma. Microchimerism refers to harboring a small number of cells or DNA that originated in a genetically disparate individual. The most common microchimerism sources result from bi-directional maternal-fetal exchange during pregnancy - maternal cells that persist in her children into adult life and cells of fetal origin that persist in women who were previously pregnant. The research team she leads is interdisciplinary and studies microchimerism in autoimmune diseases, pregnancy complications, infectious disease, and cancer.
Member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Professor of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology, University of Washington
The biological diversity of self: Microchimerism
Day 18 of 90 of SAT Prep Lessons! By a 1590 SAT Scorer! Math and Writing Lessons! March SAT Prep!!!!
This video is the 18th of 90 videos in which I will help prepare you to take the SAT.
Link to practice tests:
I scored 1590 on the SAT. I have scored 800 on the math section on back to back SAT tests. Furthermore, I have scored perfectly on the writing section on back to back SAT tests.
I am not affiliated with the SAT or the College Board in any way, and I do not claim to be.
Infectious Diseases: Defence Shields for Cancer Patients from an Integrative Perspective
Two experienced physicians will present this very informative talk: Dr Amir Farid Isahak, and Vaidya C D Siby (who is also the president of Cansurvive Malaysia)
Infectious disease and cancer are two maladies with multiple similarities. Both types of disease induce activation of the host immune response and induce pathologies that compromise host heath and survival. In infection biology, defense against pathogens can be broken down into
two distinct components called resistance
and tolerance. Resistance protects the host by killing pathogens. Tolerance protects the host by alleviating the pathology caused by the infection. The conceptual framework of resistance and tolerance, concepts explored during infectious disease, is applicable to cancer, a condition for which patient survival is dependent on tumor eradication (resistance) and the mitigation of pathologies that occur during disease (tolerance). Here, we propose that integration of the concept of disease tolerance into cancer studies will result in new therapies to complement current resistance-based treatment strategies to increase the likelihood of patient survival and to improve quality of life.
Game Stories, Ep 2: Branching Narratives
In this episode, I talk about the difference between linear, non-linear, and branching narratives, and give examples of each in the form of video games. I talk through some of the history of branching narratives from their beginning with the fiction of Jorge Louis Borges up to current game books. And then I demonstrate the basics of Twine and give a first writing exercise.
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Phil Story - Live Webinar
Investors Trust, A Company You Can Trust!
Live webinar with Phil Story, SEO and Head of Distribution EMEA at ITA, interviewed by Mr. Naji Haddad and Mr. Fred Belman.
-Introduction about Investors Trust
-The impact of COVID-19 on the current market conditions with focus on the agent as well as on the global financial markets
-How technological solutions are helping to solve some of the issues
-How Investors Trust is working with qualified high standard advisers to help clients make the most of the current investment opportunity
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LECTURE: MathsTrack: Differentiation
A rough-and-ready lecture about differentiation, including what it's trying to achieve, differentiation by first principles and the rules of derivatives.
Year 10 Subject Selection & Information Evening 2017
Thinking about uni in the future?
This is the best place for you to start if you are thinking about coming to uni in two years' time and are currently a year 10 student (or you are the parent or teacher of a year 10 student).
We know that sorting out how HSC subject selection works and what impact it may have on your future options for study at uni can be confusing and overwhelming. We want to help by providing you with information straight from the Board of Studies and from our faculties and staff.
This video will make sure that you're familiar with what you'll be doing during HSC subject selection - but also with how your subject selections may affect what bonus points you may be eligible for, what the difference is between assumed knowledge and prerequisites and how the uni admission and scholarships application process works.
If you have further questions, don't hesitate to contact the UNSW Future Students Office on (02) 9385 1844 or ask a question at
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About UNSW is the place to explore what's on offer at UNSW Sydney (the University of New South Wales), a powerhouse of cutting-edge research and teaching in the Asia-Pacific based in Sydney.
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2018-2019 Curriculum Choices Part 1 - Group Studies, 3rd & 1st Grades
I know we're already halfway through the 2018-2019 school year, but I'm finally getting our choices out to share with you. In this video, I share what we are using for our Group Studies and what my 3rd and 1st graders are using for their individual work.
(I forgot to mention that my 3rd grader is also taking a writing course through our Charter School so we are following their curriculum for that, which is something that the school put together on their own.)
Here is a list of the Curriculum and their links:
Bible/History/Literature: Sonlight Level C - Intro to World History Year 2 of 2 (
Additional Bible: Cold Case Christianity for Kids ( God's Crime Scene for Kids ( and Forensic Faith for Kids ( - all by J. Warner Wallace
Science: Bookshark Level 2 (
Language Arts: Logic of English - Foundations (
Math Supplement: Life of Fred - Apples (
Math Mammoth - Grade 3
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Alaris CLE: Being an Ethical Lawyer on the Internet
In this CLE, Whittney Dunn, Risk Manager - The Bar Plan, takes us through an analysis of how lawyers practice law online and how to avoid running afoul of the rules of professional conduct.
To view future CLE webinars with Alaris please follow this link:
2017 Math Olympiad
II.3 Dott. Riccardo Torcivia La Gestione dellExtrasistole
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Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology
Alicia Dickenstein Introduction to Toric Varieties
The goal of this school is to bring experts in algebraic geometry and present different topics of current research to advance graduate students, postdocs and young researches from Latin America and other parts of the world. There will be SEVEN courses and some conferences on diverse themes.
To be held in CIMAT, Guanajuato, Mexico, from July 31st. to August 11th. 2017.
The school is aimed at postgraduate students, postdocs and young researchers.
Introductory courses on research topics in Algebraic Geometry:
-Mark de Cataldo: Perverse sheaves and the topology of algebraic varieties.
-Duco Van Straten: Differential Forms in Algebraic Geometry and Applications.
-Ernesto Lupercio: Quantum Toric Varieties.
-Mark Spivakovsky: Introduction to valuation theory and resolution of singularities.
-Jack Huizenga: Birational geometry of moduli spaces of sheaves.
-Lothar Goettsche: Virtual topological invariants of moduli spaces of sheaves on surfaces.
-Carolina Araujo: Fano Manifolds
-José Ignacio Burgos Gil: Arithmetic of Toric Varieties.
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|| Cost Analysis in Hindi & English 1st Chapter || By Deeksha Gupta
This topic is important for B.A./B.Com. and All competitive Exams of Teaching and others.....like PGT, TGT, UGC NET, JRF etc..
|| Micro Economics ||
What is Cost ?
Classification of Cost- money cost, real cost, opportunity cost, explicit cost, implicit cost.
Analysis of the behaviour of cost.
cost in short term- fixed cost and variable cost. Total cost, average cost, marginal cost and it's formulas and graphical representation.
Different types of cost curves and it's relation to each others.
cost in long term- long run average cost.
full explanation of all points related to this chapter ''Cost Analysis''.
here also discussed some questions based on this chapter.
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New Trader Expected Income
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SAT MATH Crash Course - Day 2
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In this video, you'll learn how to boost your SAT Math score by 100+ points without Algebra!
It's the fastest and easiest way to increase your SAT Math Score!
All the tips, tricks, and strategies you need to get a BIG increase on your SAT Math score in a short period of time!!
Math 30 3 Quadrilaterials Lesson
This video is about the basic properties of some of the common quadrilaterals.
VIS 2020: VIS Full Papers - Vulnerabilities in Machine Learning
VIS 2020: VIS Full Papers - Vulnerabilities in Machine Learning
Session start: Tue Oct 27 12:00 UTC-06:00
Session end: Tue Oct 27 13:30 UTC-06:00
Session Chair(s): Polo Chau
1200-1215: Auditing the Sensitivity of Graph-based Ranking with Visual Analytics by Tiankai Xie, Yuxin Ma, Hanghang Tong, My Thai, Ross Maciejewski.
Presented by Tiankai Xie
1215-1230: Visual Analysis of Discrimination in Machine Learning by Qianwen Wang, Zhenhua Xu, Zhutian Chen, Yong Wang, Shixia Liu, Huamin Qu.
Presented by Qianwen Wang
1230-1245: Selection-Bias-Corrected Visualization via Dynamic Reweighting by David Borland, Jonathan Zhang, Smiti Kaul, David Gotz.
Presented by David Borland
1245-1300: ConfusionFlow: A model-agnostic visualization for temporal analysis of classifier confusion by Andreas Hinterreiter, Peter Ruch, Holger Stitz, Martin Ennemoser, Jürgen Bernard, Hendrik Strobelt, Marc Streit.
Presented by Andreas Hinterreiter
1300-1315: ConceptExplorer: Visual Analysis of Concept Drifts in Multi-source Time-series Data by Xumeng Wang, Wei Chen, Jiazhi Xia, Zexian Chen, Dongshi Xu, Xiangyang Wu, Mingliang Xu, Tobias Schreck.
Presented by Xuemeng Wang
1315-1330: Diagnosing Concept Drift with Visual Analytics by Weikai Yang, Zhen Li, Mengchen Liu, Yafeng Lu, Kelei Cao, Ross Maciejewski, Shixia Liu.
Presented by Weikai Yang
Correcting our Educational Systems w/ Michael Maloney
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Genome Editing for Cure of Chronic Viral Infections
Chronic viral infections have plagued humanity for millennia. Now infections such as HIV, hepatitis B virus, herpes simplex and HPV are being targeted by new approaches that offer the prospect of their cure.
In this talk, Dr. Jerome discusses the latest progress using genome editing enzymes to disrupt essential viral nucleic acids, or the human genes encoding receptors needed for viral entry. He also reviews the challenges still ahead in bringing this technology into the clinic.
Keith Jerome, MD, PhD, professor and head, Virology Division, UW Laboratory Medicine, director, UW UW Molecular Virology Laboratory, director, UW Virology Laboratory, member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Dr. Frid: Diagnosing and Treating Infections Induced AE in Patients with Persistent Lyme Symptoms
Dr. Elena Frid talk Diagnosing and Treating Infections Induced Autoimmune Encephalitis in Patient's with Persistent Lyme Symptoms to physicians and patient for Central Mass Lyme conference