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It was finally voted widely despite the protests of the main European agricultural union, Copa-Cogeca, which sees it as the beginnings of a collapse in agricultural yields. The European strategy “From farm to fork” (in English, « Farm to fork » Where « F2F ») was adopted Tuesday evening, October 19 by MEPs, by 452 votes in favor, 170 votes against and 76 abstentions, according to the results made public on Wednesday.

A variation of the Green Deal on agricultural and food issues, the framework document was presented in May 2020 by the European Commission, at the same time as its biodiversity strategy. It aims to promote healthier and more sustainable food, while the food chain accounts for a third of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide and is recognized as one of the main factors of biodiversity loss.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers European Commission unveils ambitious roadmaps for biodiversity and food

In its main principles, the F2F strategy sets as objectives to reduce by half the use of pesticides in European fields by 2030, and by 20% the use of chemical fertilizers. It forecasts that a quarter of agricultural land will be cultivated organically by this time (against 8.5% according to the latest data available for 2019) and to halve the sales of antibiotics for farm animals.

The strategy also paves the way for a review of the European directives on animal welfare, which will be the subject of an evaluation. In their vote on Tuesday, MEPs reiterated their position in favor of a progressive ban on cages on European farms and asked “Measures to reduce the overconsumption of meat and highly processed foods”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers MEPs call for a gradual ban on cage farming

Productivity debate

The debate around the strategy had ignited in recent weeks on the question of possible drops in productivity induced by these principles. Several MEPs, notably from the EPP group (European People’s Party, right) denounced a “Sacrifice of our food sovereignty” and one “Lack of transparency on the part of the European Commission”. At issue: a study published on July 28 in the heart of summer by one of the technical arms of the Commission, the Joint Research Center, which anticipates, depending on four of the objectives of the strategy, a drop in agricultural production.

MEPs accused the Commission of having withheld this document for several months, which is not an impact study, but which models certain possible consequences. On October 12, a study by Wageningen University in the Netherlands, commissioned by CropLife Europe, representative of the pesticide industry, in turn predicted a fall in agricultural yields if the F2F strategy is applied.

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It was finally voted widely despite the protests of the main European agricultural union, Copa-Cogeca, which sees it as the beginnings of a collapse in agricultural yields. The European strategy “From farm to fork” (in English, « Farm to fork » Where « F2F ») was adopted Tuesday evening, October 19 by MEPs, by 452 votes in favor, 170 votes against and 76 abstentions, according to the results made public on Wednesday.

A variation of the Green Deal on agricultural and food issues, the framework document was presented in May 2020 by the European Commission, at the same time as its biodiversity strategy. It aims to promote healthier and more sustainable food, while the food chain accounts for a third of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide and is recognized as one of the main factors of biodiversity loss.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers European Commission unveils ambitious roadmaps for biodiversity and food

In its main principles, the F2F strategy sets as objectives to reduce by half the use of pesticides in European fields by 2030, and by 20% the use of chemical fertilizers. It forecasts that a quarter of agricultural land will be cultivated organically by this time (against 8.5% according to the latest data available for 2019) and to halve the sales of antibiotics for farm animals.

The strategy also paves the way for a review of the European directives on animal welfare, which will be the subject of an evaluation. In their vote on Tuesday, MEPs reiterated their position in favor of a progressive ban on cages on European farms and asked “Measures to reduce the overconsumption of meat and highly processed foods”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers MEPs call for a gradual ban on cage farming

Productivity debate

The debate around the strategy had ignited in recent weeks on the question of possible drops in productivity induced by these principles. Several MEPs, notably from the EPP group (European People’s Party, right) denounced a “Sacrifice of our food sovereignty” and one “Lack of transparency on the part of the European Commission”. At issue: a study published on July 28 in the heart of summer by one of the technical arms of the Commission, the Joint Research Center, which anticipates, depending on four of the objectives of the strategy, a drop in agricultural production.

MEPs accused the Commission of having withheld this document for several months, which is not an impact study, but which models certain possible consequences. On October 12, a study by Wageningen University in the Netherlands, commissioned by CropLife Europe, representative of the pesticide industry, in turn predicted a fall in agricultural yields if the F2F strategy is applied.

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After threatening the UK for a long time, France has moved forward its timetable with “A tightening of controls in the Channel” targeting London and the Channel Islands, accused of not having granted enough licenses to French fishermen in view of its commitments made as part of the Brexit agreement, which London disputes.

On the night of Wednesday 27 to Thursday 28 October, the threats became concrete: the Ministry of the Sea announced the verbalization of two “English ships” who fished in the bay of the Seine. One was sanctioned for “obstructing control” and the other, who “Did not appear on the lists of licenses granted in the United Kingdom” by the European Commission and France, was diverted to the port of Le Havre.

The French warnings began at the end of the Council of Ministers on Wednesday: if no progress was made by the beginning of November, Paris would decide to “The ban on the landing of seafood” British in France.

In the evening, a joint press release from the Secretariat for European Affairs and the French Ministry of the Sea came to specify these “targeted measures”, which will come into force on November 2, if no agreement is found:

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“It’s not war, it’s a fight”

Several senior French and British politicians have spoken to each other in the media since, to justify their position, on the French side, and to ask for a little calm and a resumption of dialogue, on the British side.

“No other subject of European cooperation with the United Kingdom will be able to progress without restoring confidence and fully implementing the agreements signed”, summarized the French Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clément Beaune. He then added on CNews :

“Now we have to speak the language of force because I fear that, unfortunately, this British government understands only that. I have the impression that they understood that they had to come back to the discussion table. But if they don’t, we will continue. “

The Minister of the Sea, Annick Girardin, called on the European Commission to “Work harder to ensure that the United Kingdom meets its commitments”. “It’s not war, it’s a fight. The French and the fishermen have rights, there was an agreement signed; we must enforce this agreement ”, she insisted on RTL.

“It’s important to stay calm and move towards de-escalation. Our door is always open ”, said British Environment Minister George Eustice, addressing the issue to Parliament. “The escalation is not due to France”, replied the Prime Minister, Jean Castex. “We are always open to discussions, morning, noon and evening”, but, he said, “The British must respect their commitments”.

Earlier, a spokesperson for the British government had called the verbalizations of ships a “Disappointing and disproportionate”, adding that there had been “No formal contact” with the French government upstream. Mr. Eustice warns, however, that if these threats were fully implemented after November 2, ” they will be the subject of appropriate and calibrated feedback ”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Tensions in Jersey waters: the reasons for the anger of French fishermen

Disagreement on the number of licenses granted

The fire has been smoldering for weeks: among the areas of friction since the Brexit between Paris and London, that of fishing remains deep, although only affecting a relatively small number of players. Some 80% of British seafood is destined for export, with France as the first recipient country within the EU.

The post-Brexit agreement, concluded in extremis at the end of 2020 between London and Brussels, provides that European fishermen can continue to work in certain British waters, provided they can prove that they were fishing there previously. But the French and the British are arguing over the nature and extent of the supporting documents to be provided, and over the number of licenses already granted.

Great Britain assures that fishing licenses had been granted to 98% of European boats which had requested them. “The Europeans asked for 2,127 licenses, the British gave 1,913 licenses, that’s 90.3%, the figure is false”, retorted Annick Girardin Thursday. London admits that around thirty boats have not yet obtained licenses, due to a lack of information. “All those who do not have a license are French, apart from one or two Belgians. Clearly the 10% missing, it is the French “, wondered Mme Girardin.

According to the French government, these “Missing licenses” concern in particular fishermen from the Hauts-de-France region or regularly fishing off the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey.

The situation is also very tense in the region of Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais), where dozens of fishermen have not been able to access British waters for months. Stéphane Pinto is in this case: “Since April, we have been at more than 50% of operating losses”, he said, believing that it has been a long time since the state and the EU “Should have reacted”. On the Norman side, the president of the regional fisheries committee, Dimitri Rogoff, is satisfied to see the subject “At the top of the stack” and warns that the fishermen are going “Harden the tone locally”.

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After threatening the UK for a long time, France has moved forward its timetable with “A tightening of controls in the Channel” targeting London and the Channel Islands, accused of not having granted enough licenses to French fishermen in view of its commitments made as part of the Brexit agreement, which London disputes.

On the night of Wednesday 27 to Thursday 28 October, the threats became concrete: the Ministry of the Sea announced the verbalization of two “English ships” who fished in the bay of the Seine. One was sanctioned for “obstructing control” and the other, who “Did not appear on the lists of licenses granted in the United Kingdom” by the European Commission and France, was diverted to the port of Le Havre.

The French warnings began at the end of the Council of Ministers on Wednesday: if no progress was made by the beginning of November, Paris would decide to “The ban on the landing of seafood” British in France.

In the evening, a joint press release from the Secretariat for European Affairs and the French Ministry of the Sea came to specify these “targeted measures”, which will come into force on November 2, if no agreement is found:

Read the decryption: Article reserved for our subscribers Resurgence of tensions over fishing between Paris and London

“It’s not war, it’s a fight”

Several senior French and British politicians have spoken to each other in the media since, to justify their position, on the French side, and to ask for a little calm and a resumption of dialogue, on the British side.

“No other subject of European cooperation with the United Kingdom will be able to progress without restoring confidence and fully implementing the agreements signed”, summarized the French Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clément Beaune. He then added on CNews :

“Now we have to speak the language of force because I fear that, unfortunately, this British government understands only that. I have the impression that they understood that they had to come back to the discussion table. But if they don’t, we will continue. “

The Minister of the Sea, Annick Girardin, called on the European Commission to “Work harder to ensure that the United Kingdom meets its commitments”. “It’s not war, it’s a fight. The French and the fishermen have rights, there was an agreement signed; we must enforce this agreement ”, she insisted on RTL.

“It’s important to stay calm and move towards de-escalation. Our door is always open ”, said British Environment Minister George Eustice, addressing the issue to Parliament. “The escalation is not due to France”, replied the Prime Minister, Jean Castex. “We are always open to discussions, morning, noon and evening”, but, he said, “The British must respect their commitments”.

Earlier, a spokesperson for the British government had called the verbalizations of ships a “Disappointing and disproportionate”, adding that there had been “No formal contact” with the French government upstream. Mr. Eustice warns, however, that if these threats were fully implemented after November 2, ” they will be the subject of appropriate and calibrated feedback ”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Tensions in Jersey waters: the reasons for the anger of French fishermen

Disagreement on the number of licenses granted

The fire has been smoldering for weeks: among the areas of friction since the Brexit between Paris and London, that of fishing remains deep, although only affecting a relatively small number of players. Some 80% of British seafood is destined for export, with France as the first recipient country within the EU.

The post-Brexit agreement, concluded in extremis at the end of 2020 between London and Brussels, provides that European fishermen can continue to work in certain British waters, provided they can prove that they were fishing there previously. But the French and the British are arguing over the nature and extent of the supporting documents to be provided, and over the number of licenses already granted.

Great Britain assures that fishing licenses had been granted to 98% of European boats which had requested them. “The Europeans asked for 2,127 licenses, the British gave 1,913 licenses, that’s 90.3%, the figure is false”, retorted Annick Girardin Thursday. London admits that around thirty boats have not yet obtained licenses, due to a lack of information. “All those who do not have a license are French, apart from one or two Belgians. Clearly the 10% missing, it is the French “, wondered Mme Girardin.

According to the French government, these “Missing licenses” concern in particular fishermen from the Hauts-de-France region or regularly fishing off the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey.

The situation is also very tense in the region of Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais), where dozens of fishermen have not been able to access British waters for months. Stéphane Pinto is in this case: “Since April, we have been at more than 50% of operating losses”, he said, believing that it has been a long time since the state and the EU “Should have reacted”. On the Norman side, the president of the regional fisheries committee, Dimitri Rogoff, is satisfied to see the subject “At the top of the stack” and warns that the fishermen are going “Harden the tone locally”.

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Light for Future: the project promoted by the Municipality of Recanati and iGuzzini illuminazione in collaboration with IALD, the Academy of Fine Arts of Macerata and the DEA with the artistic direction of Giancarlo Basili, wins the regional tender for the enhancement of the historic centers of the municipalities from the Marches

The announcement comes in conjunction with the “International Day of Light”, the annual anniversary promoted by UNESCO for May 16 that highlights the importance of light and its role in the daily life of each individual

Light for Future, which is part of the three-year program of Culture 2021-2023 for the realization of a special project directed by the region, wins the announcement of the Region for interventions of artistic installations aimed at the enhancement of the villages and historic centers of the Marche municipalities. The theme of the call for 2021 is “light design” intended as an intervention capable of promoting an effective interaction between the urban environment and contemporary art-creativity and of transforming places into lively and proactive realities.

The project, promoted by Municipality of Recanati and by iGuzzini illuminazione in collaboration with the International Lighting Design Association IALD, the Academy of Fine Arts of Macerata and the Distribution Electric Adriatica DEA company under the artistic direction of the scenographer Giancarlo Basili, provides for the architectural lighting of representative places of the Marche city and the projection of images and suggestions able to dialogue with people in a luminous and narrative path aimed at raising awareness of citizens and visitors on the theme of environmental sustainability.

Giacomo Leopardi Square in Recanati

“We are very satisfied with the result obtained, being selected demonstrates how Recanati wants to start from the culture and projects shared with the excellence of the territory. Once again, teamwork has been a winner. The artistic installations that we are going to create will be an opportunity to enhance the historic center but also for sociality and inclusion for our community. ” said Rita Soccio, Councilor for Culture of the Municipality of Recanati.

To set up the Scientific Committee, led by the set designer Giancarlo Basili, the sociologist Domenico De Masi, and the architect Mario Cucinella – together with the Municipality of Recanati, iGuzzini, IALD (in the person of the lighting designer Susanna Antico) and the Academy of Fine Arts (in the person of Francesca Cecarini). In addition to the architectural lighting of some places in the historic center of the city, the project includes the projection of images resulting from a call to action launched by IALD and iGuzzini to four of the most important international lighting design studios – Arup, Licht Kunst Licht, Light Bureau e Speirs Major – on the use of light as a tool for social innovation and an element of urban regeneration. The four studios have interpreted their personal interpretation of environmental sustainability by creating the creative concepts that will be evoked by the different places in Recanati.

“We are thrilled to be part of this project so important for Recanati, which we strongly wanted together with the Municipality. This is a further commitment of the company in the research and development of solutions capable of enhancing places of great value, which are also our places. Through creativity and light we want to promote our city, to project it towards the future but with strong roots in its history, its culture, its architecture and its landscape. ” comments Adolfo Guzzini, President Emeritus of iGuzzini illuminazione.

Light for Future represents a further step for the enhancement of the architectural and environmental heritage of Recanati with the aim of increasing its attractiveness, including tourism, and enhancing its cultural identity. The architectural and creative lighting interventions will enhance some of the most characteristic places of the village: the Cloister of Sant’Agostino, the Cloister of Palazzo Venieri, the Civic Aqueduct, the Porta San Filippo, the Ex Cinema Nuovo and the Convent of the Poor Clares.


iGuzzini illuminazione, founded in 1959, is a leading international group in the architectural lighting sector. With approximately 1450 employees, it is dedicated to the study, design and production of intelligent lighting systems for interiors and exteriors, in collaboration with the best architects, lighting designers, planners and research centers around the world. It is based in Recanati (MC) and has operational activities in over 20 countries spread over 5 continents. iGuzzini works to improve, with light, the relationship between man and the environment through research, industry, technology and knowledge, in places of culture, work, retail, cities, infrastructures and of hospitality & living. Consolidated revenues in 2019 amounted to € 237.7 million. Since 2019 iGuzzini has been part of the Fagerhult Group.

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Light for Future: the project promoted by the Municipality of Recanati and iGuzzini illuminazione in collaboration with IALD, the Academy of Fine Arts of Macerata and the DEA with the artistic direction of Giancarlo Basili, wins the regional tender for the enhancement of the historic centers of the municipalities from the Marches

The announcement comes in conjunction with the “International Day of Light”, the annual anniversary promoted by UNESCO for May 16 that highlights the importance of light and its role in the daily life of each individual

Light for Future, which is part of the three-year program of Culture 2021-2023 for the realization of a special project directed by the region, wins the announcement of the Region for interventions of artistic installations aimed at the enhancement of the villages and historic centers of the Marche municipalities. The theme of the call for 2021 is “light design” intended as an intervention capable of promoting an effective interaction between the urban environment and contemporary art-creativity and of transforming places into lively and proactive realities.

The project, promoted by Municipality of Recanati and by iGuzzini illuminazione in collaboration with the International Lighting Design Association IALD, the Academy of Fine Arts of Macerata and the Distribution Electric Adriatica DEA company under the artistic direction of the scenographer Giancarlo Basili, provides for the architectural lighting of representative places of the Marche city and the projection of images and suggestions able to dialogue with people in a luminous and narrative path aimed at raising awareness of citizens and visitors on the theme of environmental sustainability.

Giacomo Leopardi Square in Recanati

“We are very satisfied with the result obtained, being selected demonstrates how Recanati wants to start from the culture and projects shared with the excellence of the territory. Once again, teamwork has been a winner. The artistic installations that we are going to create will be an opportunity to enhance the historic center but also for sociality and inclusion for our community. ” said Rita Soccio, Councilor for Culture of the Municipality of Recanati.

To set up the Scientific Committee, led by the set designer Giancarlo Basili, the sociologist Domenico De Masi, and the architect Mario Cucinella – together with the Municipality of Recanati, iGuzzini, IALD (in the person of the lighting designer Susanna Antico) and the Academy of Fine Arts (in the person of Francesca Cecarini). In addition to the architectural lighting of some places in the historic center of the city, the project includes the projection of images resulting from a call to action launched by IALD and iGuzzini to four of the most important international lighting design studios – Arup, Licht Kunst Licht, Light Bureau e Speirs Major – on the use of light as a tool for social innovation and an element of urban regeneration. The four studios have interpreted their personal interpretation of environmental sustainability by creating the creative concepts that will be evoked by the different places in Recanati.

“We are thrilled to be part of this project so important for Recanati, which we strongly wanted together with the Municipality. This is a further commitment of the company in the research and development of solutions capable of enhancing places of great value, which are also our places. Through creativity and light we want to promote our city, to project it towards the future but with strong roots in its history, its culture, its architecture and its landscape. ” comments Adolfo Guzzini, President Emeritus of iGuzzini illuminazione.

Light for Future represents a further step for the enhancement of the architectural and environmental heritage of Recanati with the aim of increasing its attractiveness, including tourism, and enhancing its cultural identity. The architectural and creative lighting interventions will enhance some of the most characteristic places of the village: the Cloister of Sant’Agostino, the Cloister of Palazzo Venieri, the Civic Aqueduct, the Porta San Filippo, the Ex Cinema Nuovo and the Convent of the Poor Clares.


iGuzzini illuminazione, founded in 1959, is a leading international group in the architectural lighting sector. With approximately 1450 employees, it is dedicated to the study, design and production of intelligent lighting systems for interiors and exteriors, in collaboration with the best architects, lighting designers, planners and research centers around the world. It is based in Recanati (MC) and has operational activities in over 20 countries spread over 5 continents. iGuzzini works to improve, with light, the relationship between man and the environment through research, industry, technology and knowledge, in places of culture, work, retail, cities, infrastructures and of hospitality & living. Consolidated revenues in 2019 amounted to € 237.7 million. Since 2019 iGuzzini has been part of the Fagerhult Group.

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www.iguzzini.com

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Recanati starts a project to enhance the historic centers

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1635505081) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(71) "The history of the fight against AIDS, instructive in times of pandemic" ["link"]=> string(90) "https://bofads.com/the-history-of-the-fight-against-aids-instructive-in-times-of-pandemic/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Paula Hooper" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 29 Oct 2021 10:54:45 +0000" ["category"]=> string(48) "SciencesAIDSfighthistoryinstructivepandemictimes" ["guid"]=> string(25) "https://bofads.com/?p=397" ["description"]=> string(643) "The book. At a time when the Covid-19 seems to be establishing itself permanently in the human population, the book by Olivier Maurel and Michel Bourrelly, A history of the fight against AIDS, sheds light on the societal impact of the AIDS pandemic. Former players in this struggle, particularly within the Aides association, the two ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3865) "

The book. At a time when the Covid-19 seems to be establishing itself permanently in the human population, the book by Olivier Maurel and Michel Bourrelly, A history of the fight against AIDS, sheds light on the societal impact of the AIDS pandemic. Former players in this struggle, particularly within the Aides association, the two authors rely on a rich body of interviews, archives and testimonies to tell it.

Some analogies with the start of the Covid-19 pandemic are striking, whether it is doubts about the scope of the epidemic or the commercial issues of access to public health tools, screening tests in the case HIV and vaccines in that of Covid-19. “It was a bit of war medicine. We did not know how to manage the number of cases. The patients suffered from several conditions at the same time. We were trying to manage. Not to mention that the staff were absolutely unaware of the risk-taking when administering care ”, remembers the infectious disease specialist Elisabeth Bouvet, from the Bichat hospital in Paris.

This fight was born from the will of patients, initially stigmatized under the label “4H” for homosexuals, hemophiliacs, heroin addicts and Haitians, not to suffer the disease and to become both experts and helpers. A portrait of the activist Cleews Vellay, who was president of Act Up-Paris from 1992 to 1994, tells how, according to his will, his ashes were notably dispersed during a congress of insurers to protest against the discriminatory conditions reserved for people. HIV positive, inspiring a scene from the film 120 beats per minute.

Health democracy

The book also traces the case of contaminated blood, resulting from the delay deliberately taken by the National Blood Transfusion Center in the detection and deactivation of blood products contaminated with HIV intended for transfusion of people with hemophilia. “Ultimately, the contaminated blood affair left a lasting impression, not only because of its media coverage and its emotional nature, but also because it reveals everyone’s vulnerability to medicine and that its dramaturgy has opposed to the “powerful” vis-à-vis destitute victims ”, analyze the authors.

This fight has also helped to forge the concept of health democracy, the authors of which question the meaning, while the Covid-19 pandemic has revealed the shortcomings of the managerial logic at work in the transformation of the public hospital over the years. last twenty years. “Of course, you have to react quickly. But the urgency does not justify that one is exempted from all public debate, as if the word of the people concerned were incidental. Healthy democracy is never incidental, even in an emergency, a fortiori when the dilemma between freedom and constraint is so acute ”, insists in an interview Karine Lefeuvre, vice-president of the National Consultative Ethics Council.

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The book. At a time when the Covid-19 seems to be establishing itself permanently in the human population, the book by Olivier Maurel and Michel Bourrelly, A history of the fight against AIDS, sheds light on the societal impact of the AIDS pandemic. Former players in this struggle, particularly within the Aides association, the two authors rely on a rich body of interviews, archives and testimonies to tell it.

Some analogies with the start of the Covid-19 pandemic are striking, whether it is doubts about the scope of the epidemic or the commercial issues of access to public health tools, screening tests in the case HIV and vaccines in that of Covid-19. “It was a bit of war medicine. We did not know how to manage the number of cases. The patients suffered from several conditions at the same time. We were trying to manage. Not to mention that the staff were absolutely unaware of the risk-taking when administering care ”, remembers the infectious disease specialist Elisabeth Bouvet, from the Bichat hospital in Paris.

This fight was born from the will of patients, initially stigmatized under the label “4H” for homosexuals, hemophiliacs, heroin addicts and Haitians, not to suffer the disease and to become both experts and helpers. A portrait of the activist Cleews Vellay, who was president of Act Up-Paris from 1992 to 1994, tells how, according to his will, his ashes were notably dispersed during a congress of insurers to protest against the discriminatory conditions reserved for people. HIV positive, inspiring a scene from the film 120 beats per minute.

Health democracy

The book also traces the case of contaminated blood, resulting from the delay deliberately taken by the National Blood Transfusion Center in the detection and deactivation of blood products contaminated with HIV intended for transfusion of people with hemophilia. “Ultimately, the contaminated blood affair left a lasting impression, not only because of its media coverage and its emotional nature, but also because it reveals everyone’s vulnerability to medicine and that its dramaturgy has opposed to the “powerful” vis-à-vis destitute victims ”, analyze the authors.

This fight has also helped to forge the concept of health democracy, the authors of which question the meaning, while the Covid-19 pandemic has revealed the shortcomings of the managerial logic at work in the transformation of the public hospital over the years. last twenty years. “Of course, you have to react quickly. But the urgency does not justify that one is exempted from all public debate, as if the word of the people concerned were incidental. Healthy democracy is never incidental, even in an emergency, a fortiori when the dilemma between freedom and constraint is so acute ”, insists in an interview Karine Lefeuvre, vice-president of the National Consultative Ethics Council.

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Life seems sweet in Damascus, the capital of a country torn apart by ten years of war. Everything is going so well that the Syrian office of the World Health Organization (WHO) can embark on a filmed choreography. Jump on a roof and dance there, all smiles, to the sound of Latin music. Even its representative, the Turkmen Akjemal Magtymova, lends itself to it. The staging ends with a UN or Syria flag in hand.

This video, posted on social media on October 27, was supposed to celebrate United Nations Day. The message is incomprehensible at best, in any case out of step with the situation: the Syrian population is living an economic ordeal in the middle of the ruins, weapons still crackle in certain pockets of the country and bombardments by pre-regime forces regularly pound the insurgent enclave of ‘Idlib.

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The WHO delegation in Syria quickly backtracked. On Twitter, she justified herself for wanting “Promote solidarity, determination and a healthier future for all”. But the team pulled the clip a few hours after it was uploaded, after “Reactions” according to which the sequence “Did not best represent the intended message”.

“This video shows the lightness of approach, by these people, of the situation in Syria, their way of seeing the conflict. As if it were a natural disaster, which did not involve the destruction of the social fabric ”, criticizes the Syrian expert Bassel Kaghadou, based in Beirut, where he works as a consultant for the United Nations.

Disconnected from realities

The WHO dance steps also made people cringe in other UN offices in Damascus. A diplomatic source familiar with Syria judges the approach thus “Not very smart. It sounds like a little gift to the regime ”. A previous representative of the WHO delegation in Syria, Elizabeth Hoff, had already distinguished herself in 2016 by warning against the dangers of tobacco as if it were a priority under the bombs. Without a word for the deprivation inflicted on the rebel areas, then under siege by the regime.

This last failure is not likely to restore the image of the United Nations with a large part of the Syrians, who accuse it of being disconnected from the realities. In neighboring countries, refugees criticize the bureaucracy, and opponents have for years accused the United Nations of submitting to the wishes of Syrian power. It is he who authorizes access to the land, supervises the recruitment of local staff and issues – or not – visas to expatriates. Agencies have defended this approach in the name of pragmatism: working with the most disadvantaged, whatever the cost. But several officials left the country denouncing compromises.

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According to Mr. Kaghadou, some United Nations offices are doing good work in the field, but he denounces “The adoption by some UN officials posted in Syria since 2011 of the regime’s narrative, either out of conviction or because they live in isolation and have no other benchmarks. To change your approach, you need courage and willpower ”. The times do not seem favorable: Arab countries, such as Jordan and the United Arab Emirates, are approaching Damascus. And some European countries are now wondering what to do next.

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When the WHO dances among the ruins of Syria

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Life seems sweet in Damascus, the capital of a country torn apart by ten years of war. Everything is going so well that the Syrian office of the World Health Organization (WHO) can embark on a filmed choreography. Jump on a roof and dance there, all smiles, to the sound of Latin music. Even its representative, the Turkmen Akjemal Magtymova, lends itself to it. The staging ends with a UN or Syria flag in hand.

This video, posted on social media on October 27, was supposed to celebrate United Nations Day. The message is incomprehensible at best, in any case out of step with the situation: the Syrian population is living an economic ordeal in the middle of the ruins, weapons still crackle in certain pockets of the country and bombardments by pre-regime forces regularly pound the insurgent enclave of ‘Idlib.

Read our report: Article reserved for our subscribers From Aleppo to Damascus, lives in ruins

The WHO delegation in Syria quickly backtracked. On Twitter, she justified herself for wanting “Promote solidarity, determination and a healthier future for all”. But the team pulled the clip a few hours after it was uploaded, after “Reactions” according to which the sequence “Did not best represent the intended message”.

“This video shows the lightness of approach, by these people, of the situation in Syria, their way of seeing the conflict. As if it were a natural disaster, which did not involve the destruction of the social fabric ”, criticizes the Syrian expert Bassel Kaghadou, based in Beirut, where he works as a consultant for the United Nations.

Disconnected from realities

The WHO dance steps also made people cringe in other UN offices in Damascus. A diplomatic source familiar with Syria judges the approach thus “Not very smart. It sounds like a little gift to the regime ”. A previous representative of the WHO delegation in Syria, Elizabeth Hoff, had already distinguished herself in 2016 by warning against the dangers of tobacco as if it were a priority under the bombs. Without a word for the deprivation inflicted on the rebel areas, then under siege by the regime.

This last failure is not likely to restore the image of the United Nations with a large part of the Syrians, who accuse it of being disconnected from the realities. In neighboring countries, refugees criticize the bureaucracy, and opponents have for years accused the United Nations of submitting to the wishes of Syrian power. It is he who authorizes access to the land, supervises the recruitment of local staff and issues – or not – visas to expatriates. Agencies have defended this approach in the name of pragmatism: working with the most disadvantaged, whatever the cost. But several officials left the country denouncing compromises.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Syria, opponents denounce the regime’s “instrumentalisation” of the WHO

According to Mr. Kaghadou, some United Nations offices are doing good work in the field, but he denounces “The adoption by some UN officials posted in Syria since 2011 of the regime’s narrative, either out of conviction or because they live in isolation and have no other benchmarks. To change your approach, you need courage and willpower ”. The times do not seem favorable: Arab countries, such as Jordan and the United Arab Emirates, are approaching Damascus. And some European countries are now wondering what to do next.

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When the WHO dances among the ruins of Syria

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Podle S byla hlavnm tahounem spoteba vldy i domcnost a investice firem.Naopak pokles nastal ve vvozu zbo acelkov tlum zahranin poptvky tak ovlivnil rst ekonomiky vrazn negativnm zpsobem.

Z pohledu jednotlivch obor se pes lto nejvce dailo odvtv obchodu, dopravy, ubytovn a pohostinstv. Na tempu nabralo i stavebnictva vtina odvtv slueb.

Vvoj esk ekonomiky v ase. Zdroj dat: S

Statistiky oznmen rst se pohyboval na spodn hranici oekvn ekonom. Ti pedpovdali meziron prstek o 2,8 a 3,4 procenta.

Rozpoet se schodkem 377 miliard neprojde, esko ek provizorium

Podle editele odboru nrodnch t S Vladimra Kermieta pokraovalo ve 3. tvrtlet zotaven esk ekonomiky po koronavirov pandemii. Nejvce si polepila odvtv obchodu a slueb, uvedl. Upozornil ale, e mrn pokles zaznamenal zpracovatelsk prmysl, kde se projevil nedostatek komponent. Velk st nedokonen produkce skonila v zsobch, co se naplno promtlo do negativnho salda zahraninho obchodu, dodal Kermiet.

Jak uvd analytik Raiffeisenbank David Vagenknecht, zahranin obchod doshl v srpnu mimodn vysokho deficitu ve vi 28 miliard korun.

Problmy vykompenzovalo svin tempo spoteby domcnost, dohnn ztrt v sektoru slueb bhem letnho obdob a tak tvorba hrubho kapitlu. Podporou byla i spoteba vldy. Nebt komplikac na stran nabdky, byl by rst ekonomiky pravdpodobn vy, komentuje to Vagenknecht.

Chyb soustky i materily

Ekonomov se shoduj na tom, e rychlejmu zotavovn ekonomiky brn problmy v prmyslu, a to zejmna v automobilovm sektoru.

Leton rst HDP nepekro ti procenta, jak se zdlo jet v polovin roku. Vzhledem k vvoji pandemie, problmm v prmyslu a energetick krizi bude nakonec spch, pokud tuzemsk ekonomika v letonm roce vzroste alespo o 2,5 procenta, mn Jakub Seidler, hlavn ekonom esk bankovn asociace (BA).

koda Auto na dva tdny zastavuje vrobu. Pojede jen linka v Kvasinch

Podle ekonoma Komern banky Martina Gutlera jsou nejvt brzdou vkonu problmy automobilek. Je to spojeno s celosvtovm nedostatkem zkladnch materil a vstup do vroby, jejich nabdku i nadle omezuj pekky spojen s koronavirovou pandemi. Vrobcm automobil chyb zejmna ipy, v dsledku eho ada z nich musela ve tetm tvrtlet pistoupit k omezen i plnmu peruen vroby. Tento negativn vliv pravdpodobn petrv tak po velkou st tvrtho kvartlu, upozoruje Gutler.

Na zlepen situace to zatm nevypad

Akoli dnen slo nepatrn zaostalo za konsensulnm odhadem, lze jej do jist mry stle hodnotit pozitivn, protoe nebylo mon vylouit ani podstatn slab rst. ada odhad dokonce pedpokldala jen stagnaci ekonomiky ve tetm tvrtlet. Z tohoto titulu tak dnen slo je stle jet pzniv, navzdory tomu, e jde jen o pedbn odhad, kter jet me bt revidovn, uvd Seidler z BA.

Ekonom nicmn druhm dechem dodv, e ekonomick vhled do konce roku pli optimismu nepin. Problmy v subdodavatelskch etzcch se dle veho do konce roku nezlep, do toho se pidv energetick krize, kter citeln dopadne na adu firem i domcnost. Pokud pidme zhorujc se pandemickou situaci, je zejm, e ani rst v poslednm tvrtlet nebude pli oslujc, uvd Seidler. Dosaen pedpandemick rovn rstu HDP se tak tmto oddaluje a na konec ptho roku, dodv ekonom.

Lid si za proud piplat, nemli by ale kvnout na kadou nabdku, rad ER

K aktuln statistice se vyjdil i Svaz prmyslu a dopravy R. Podle nj se podniky sna reagovat na aktuln nepzniv podmnky, jene ne vdy to jde. Negativn bariry, jako je rst cen vstup, nedostatek komponent i zamstnanc, o kterch se nkolik msc bavme, stle vce a konkrtnji dopadaj na adu firem a rznch oblast ekonomiky, zdrazuje prezident svazu Jaroslav Hank.

Pro leton rok jsme odhadovali, e HDP poroste pes ti procenta. To u te bohuel neplat a budeme muset nai predikci aktualizovat. Nyn se meme spe bavit o tom, e by bylo hezk, kdyby se podailo doshnout alespo na rst kolem dvou procent, a i to je s velkm otaznkem. Uvidme, jak budou vsledky v zvru roku a jak omezen vroby v automotive tento rst jet zbrzd, uvd Hank.

Veprostupujc zdraovn nakonec me svzat ruce hlavnmu tahounovi souasnho rstu, tedy domcnostem a jejich utrcen. Rst cen energi se me negativn propsat i do spoteby domcnost, upozoruje ekonom esk spoitelny Ji Polansk ve sv analze.

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Podle S byla hlavnm tahounem spoteba vldy i domcnost a investice firem.Naopak pokles nastal ve vvozu zbo acelkov tlum zahranin poptvky tak ovlivnil rst ekonomiky vrazn negativnm zpsobem.

Z pohledu jednotlivch obor se pes lto nejvce dailo odvtv obchodu, dopravy, ubytovn a pohostinstv. Na tempu nabralo i stavebnictva vtina odvtv slueb.

Vvoj esk ekonomiky v ase. Zdroj dat: S

Statistiky oznmen rst se pohyboval na spodn hranici oekvn ekonom. Ti pedpovdali meziron prstek o 2,8 a 3,4 procenta.

Rozpoet se schodkem 377 miliard neprojde, esko ek provizorium

Podle editele odboru nrodnch t S Vladimra Kermieta pokraovalo ve 3. tvrtlet zotaven esk ekonomiky po koronavirov pandemii. Nejvce si polepila odvtv obchodu a slueb, uvedl. Upozornil ale, e mrn pokles zaznamenal zpracovatelsk prmysl, kde se projevil nedostatek komponent. Velk st nedokonen produkce skonila v zsobch, co se naplno promtlo do negativnho salda zahraninho obchodu, dodal Kermiet.

Jak uvd analytik Raiffeisenbank David Vagenknecht, zahranin obchod doshl v srpnu mimodn vysokho deficitu ve vi 28 miliard korun.

Problmy vykompenzovalo svin tempo spoteby domcnost, dohnn ztrt v sektoru slueb bhem letnho obdob a tak tvorba hrubho kapitlu. Podporou byla i spoteba vldy. Nebt komplikac na stran nabdky, byl by rst ekonomiky pravdpodobn vy, komentuje to Vagenknecht.

Chyb soustky i materily

Ekonomov se shoduj na tom, e rychlejmu zotavovn ekonomiky brn problmy v prmyslu, a to zejmna v automobilovm sektoru.

Leton rst HDP nepekro ti procenta, jak se zdlo jet v polovin roku. Vzhledem k vvoji pandemie, problmm v prmyslu a energetick krizi bude nakonec spch, pokud tuzemsk ekonomika v letonm roce vzroste alespo o 2,5 procenta, mn Jakub Seidler, hlavn ekonom esk bankovn asociace (BA).

koda Auto na dva tdny zastavuje vrobu. Pojede jen linka v Kvasinch

Podle ekonoma Komern banky Martina Gutlera jsou nejvt brzdou vkonu problmy automobilek. Je to spojeno s celosvtovm nedostatkem zkladnch materil a vstup do vroby, jejich nabdku i nadle omezuj pekky spojen s koronavirovou pandemi. Vrobcm automobil chyb zejmna ipy, v dsledku eho ada z nich musela ve tetm tvrtlet pistoupit k omezen i plnmu peruen vroby. Tento negativn vliv pravdpodobn petrv tak po velkou st tvrtho kvartlu, upozoruje Gutler.

Na zlepen situace to zatm nevypad

Akoli dnen slo nepatrn zaostalo za konsensulnm odhadem, lze jej do jist mry stle hodnotit pozitivn, protoe nebylo mon vylouit ani podstatn slab rst. ada odhad dokonce pedpokldala jen stagnaci ekonomiky ve tetm tvrtlet. Z tohoto titulu tak dnen slo je stle jet pzniv, navzdory tomu, e jde jen o pedbn odhad, kter jet me bt revidovn, uvd Seidler z BA.

Ekonom nicmn druhm dechem dodv, e ekonomick vhled do konce roku pli optimismu nepin. Problmy v subdodavatelskch etzcch se dle veho do konce roku nezlep, do toho se pidv energetick krize, kter citeln dopadne na adu firem i domcnost. Pokud pidme zhorujc se pandemickou situaci, je zejm, e ani rst v poslednm tvrtlet nebude pli oslujc, uvd Seidler. Dosaen pedpandemick rovn rstu HDP se tak tmto oddaluje a na konec ptho roku, dodv ekonom.

Lid si za proud piplat, nemli by ale kvnout na kadou nabdku, rad ER

K aktuln statistice se vyjdil i Svaz prmyslu a dopravy R. Podle nj se podniky sna reagovat na aktuln nepzniv podmnky, jene ne vdy to jde. Negativn bariry, jako je rst cen vstup, nedostatek komponent i zamstnanc, o kterch se nkolik msc bavme, stle vce a konkrtnji dopadaj na adu firem a rznch oblast ekonomiky, zdrazuje prezident svazu Jaroslav Hank.

Pro leton rok jsme odhadovali, e HDP poroste pes ti procenta. To u te bohuel neplat a budeme muset nai predikci aktualizovat. Nyn se meme spe bavit o tom, e by bylo hezk, kdyby se podailo doshnout alespo na rst kolem dvou procent, a i to je s velkm otaznkem. Uvidme, jak budou vsledky v zvru roku a jak omezen vroby v automotive tento rst jet zbrzd, uvd Hank.

Veprostupujc zdraovn nakonec me svzat ruce hlavnmu tahounovi souasnho rstu, tedy domcnostem a jejich utrcen. Rst cen energi se me negativn propsat i do spoteby domcnost, upozoruje ekonom esk spoitelny Ji Polansk ve sv analze.

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HDP ve 3. tvrtlet mrn rostl, rychlej vkon brzd problmy prmyslu – iDNES.cz

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This is information on climate finance for which we can have two opposing readings. A negative, with the confirmation that the developed countries have not honored their promise to mobilize 100 billion dollars per year (about 86 billion euros), from 2020, to help developing countries to cope with climate change. Another positive, because they should achieve it in 2023 and that this goal will be exceeded in 2024 and 2025. Despite the three years delay, the sum of 100 billion could be reached on average between 2021 and 2025.

These projections come from a report published by the UK Presidency of COP26, Monday 25 October, six days before the launch of the UN climate conference in Glasgow (Scotland), which is proving crucial to accelerate the fight against climate change. “I hope this report will restore confidence and create momentum”, said Alok Sharma, UK President of COP26.

“Nothing to do with generosity”

The subject of climate finance is one of the crucial points on the agenda of the climate conference, and an explosive subject. In recent months, frustration has grown steadily among the countries of the South, faced with countries of the North who fail to keep a commitment made twelve years ago, in 2009.

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This goal, partly included in the 2015 Paris Agreement, which extends it over the period 2020-2025, has become the basis of trust between States and one of the engines of climate action. It reflects questions of equity, while developing countries are at the forefront of global warming for which they are not historically responsible. “Climate finance from North to South has nothing to do with generosity, it is an integral and essential part of a global policy”, points out the German Secretary of State for the Environment, Jochen Flasbarth.

In 2019, states totaled just $ 79.6 billion, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), due to a drop in bilateral public funding and private funding. If the data for 2020 will not be known until 2022, “The goal was almost certainly missed”, conceded Alok Sharma. It will also not be reached in 2021 and 2022.

Alok Sharma had mandated, in July, Germany and Canada to work on a roadmap on the means to reach 100 billion. The two countries, assisted by the OECD, have identified new financial commitments from developed countries, as well as those from multilateral development banks. These last weeks, several nations have put their hands in their pockets, such as the United States, New Zealand, the European Union or Canada. The COP26 presidency is still awaiting announcements by the end of the year.

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Climate: the objective of 100 billion dollars for the countries of the South achievable in 2023

" } ["summary"]=> string(731) "Area dried up due to climate change, in Badghis province, northwestern Afghanistan, October 15, 2021. HOSHANG HASHIMI / AFP This is information on climate finance for which we can have two opposing readings. A negative, with the confirmation that the developed countries have not honored their promise to mobilize 100 billion dollars per year (about ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5136) "

This is information on climate finance for which we can have two opposing readings. A negative, with the confirmation that the developed countries have not honored their promise to mobilize 100 billion dollars per year (about 86 billion euros), from 2020, to help developing countries to cope with climate change. Another positive, because they should achieve it in 2023 and that this goal will be exceeded in 2024 and 2025. Despite the three years delay, the sum of 100 billion could be reached on average between 2021 and 2025.

These projections come from a report published by the UK Presidency of COP26, Monday 25 October, six days before the launch of the UN climate conference in Glasgow (Scotland), which is proving crucial to accelerate the fight against climate change. “I hope this report will restore confidence and create momentum”, said Alok Sharma, UK President of COP26.

“Nothing to do with generosity”

The subject of climate finance is one of the crucial points on the agenda of the climate conference, and an explosive subject. In recent months, frustration has grown steadily among the countries of the South, faced with countries of the North who fail to keep a commitment made twelve years ago, in 2009.

Read also the archive (2009): Copenhagen, the five points of contention

This goal, partly included in the 2015 Paris Agreement, which extends it over the period 2020-2025, has become the basis of trust between States and one of the engines of climate action. It reflects questions of equity, while developing countries are at the forefront of global warming for which they are not historically responsible. “Climate finance from North to South has nothing to do with generosity, it is an integral and essential part of a global policy”, points out the German Secretary of State for the Environment, Jochen Flasbarth.

In 2019, states totaled just $ 79.6 billion, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), due to a drop in bilateral public funding and private funding. If the data for 2020 will not be known until 2022, “The goal was almost certainly missed”, conceded Alok Sharma. It will also not be reached in 2021 and 2022.

Alok Sharma had mandated, in July, Germany and Canada to work on a roadmap on the means to reach 100 billion. The two countries, assisted by the OECD, have identified new financial commitments from developed countries, as well as those from multilateral development banks. These last weeks, several nations have put their hands in their pockets, such as the United States, New Zealand, the European Union or Canada. The COP26 presidency is still awaiting announcements by the end of the year.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1635502937) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(41) "Machine learning can be fair and accurate" ["link"]=> string(61) "https://bofads.com/machine-learning-can-be-fair-and-accurate/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 29 Oct 2021 10:20:42 +0000" ["category"]=> string(45) "Health And ScienceaccuratefairlearningMachine" ["guid"]=> string(25) "https://bofads.com/?p=386" ["description"]=> string(630) "Journal Reference: Kit T. Rodolfa, Hemank Lamba, Rayid Ghani. Empirical observation of negligible fairness–accuracy trade-offs in machine learning for public policy. Nature Machine Intelligence, 2021; 3 (10): 896 DOI: 10.1038/s42256-021-00396-x As the use of machine learning has increased in areas such as criminal justice, hiring, health care delivery and social service interventions, concerns have grown ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3942) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Kit T. Rodolfa, Hemank Lamba, Rayid Ghani. Empirical observation of negligible fairness–accuracy trade-offs in machine learning for public policy. Nature Machine Intelligence, 2021; 3 (10): 896 DOI: 10.1038/s42256-021-00396-x

As the use of machine learning has increased in areas such as criminal justice, hiring, health care delivery and social service interventions, concerns have grown over whether such applications introduce new or amplify existing inequities, especially among racial minorities and people with economic disadvantages. To guard against this bias, adjustments are made to the data, labels, model training, scoring systems and other aspects of the machine learning system. The underlying theoretical assumption is that these adjustments make the system less accurate.

A CMU team aims to dispel that assumption in a new study, recently published in Nature Machine Intelligence. Rayid Ghani, a professor in the School of Computer Science’s Machine Learning Department (MLD) and the Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy; Kit Rodolfa, a research scientist in MLD; and Hemank Lamba, a post-doctoral researcher in SCS, tested that assumption in real-world applications and found the trade-off was negligible in practice across a range of policy domains.

“You actually can get both. You don’t have to sacrifice accuracy to build systems that are fair and equitable,” Ghani said. “But it does require you to deliberately design systems to be fair and equitable. Off-the-shelf systems won’t work.”

Ghani and Rodolfa focused on situations where in-demand resources are limited, and machine learning systems are used to help allocate those resources. The researchers looked at systems in four areas: prioritizing limited mental health care outreach based on a person’s risk of returning to jail to reduce reincarceration; predicting serious safety violations to better deploy a city’s limited housing inspectors; modeling the risk of students not graduating from high school in time to identify those most in need of additional support; and helping teachers reach crowdfunding goals for classroom needs.

In each context, the researchers found that models optimized for accuracy — standard practice for machine learning — could effectively predict the outcomes of interest but exhibited considerable disparities in recommendations for interventions. However, when the researchers applied adjustments to the outputs of the models that targeted improving their fairness, they discovered that disparities based on race, age or income — depending on the situation — could be removed without a loss of accuracy.

Ghani and Rodolfa hope this research will start to change the minds of fellow researchers and policymakers as they consider the use of machine learning in decision making.

“We want the artificial intelligence, computer science and machine learning communities to stop accepting this assumption of a trade-off between accuracy and fairness and to start intentionally designing systems that maximize both,” Rodolfa said. “We hope policymakers will embrace machine learning as a tool in their decision making to help them achieve equitable outcomes.”

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Machine learning can be fair and accurate

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Journal Reference:

  1. Kit T. Rodolfa, Hemank Lamba, Rayid Ghani. Empirical observation of negligible fairness–accuracy trade-offs in machine learning for public policy. Nature Machine Intelligence, 2021; 3 (10): 896 DOI: 10.1038/s42256-021-00396-x

As the use of machine learning has increased in areas such as criminal justice, hiring, health care delivery and social service interventions, concerns have grown over whether such applications introduce new or amplify existing inequities, especially among racial minorities and people with economic disadvantages. To guard against this bias, adjustments are made to the data, labels, model training, scoring systems and other aspects of the machine learning system. The underlying theoretical assumption is that these adjustments make the system less accurate.

A CMU team aims to dispel that assumption in a new study, recently published in Nature Machine Intelligence. Rayid Ghani, a professor in the School of Computer Science’s Machine Learning Department (MLD) and the Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy; Kit Rodolfa, a research scientist in MLD; and Hemank Lamba, a post-doctoral researcher in SCS, tested that assumption in real-world applications and found the trade-off was negligible in practice across a range of policy domains.

“You actually can get both. You don’t have to sacrifice accuracy to build systems that are fair and equitable,” Ghani said. “But it does require you to deliberately design systems to be fair and equitable. Off-the-shelf systems won’t work.”

Ghani and Rodolfa focused on situations where in-demand resources are limited, and machine learning systems are used to help allocate those resources. The researchers looked at systems in four areas: prioritizing limited mental health care outreach based on a person’s risk of returning to jail to reduce reincarceration; predicting serious safety violations to better deploy a city’s limited housing inspectors; modeling the risk of students not graduating from high school in time to identify those most in need of additional support; and helping teachers reach crowdfunding goals for classroom needs.

In each context, the researchers found that models optimized for accuracy — standard practice for machine learning — could effectively predict the outcomes of interest but exhibited considerable disparities in recommendations for interventions. However, when the researchers applied adjustments to the outputs of the models that targeted improving their fairness, they discovered that disparities based on race, age or income — depending on the situation — could be removed without a loss of accuracy.

Ghani and Rodolfa hope this research will start to change the minds of fellow researchers and policymakers as they consider the use of machine learning in decision making.

“We want the artificial intelligence, computer science and machine learning communities to stop accepting this assumption of a trade-off between accuracy and fairness and to start intentionally designing systems that maximize both,” Rodolfa said. “We hope policymakers will embrace machine learning as a tool in their decision making to help them achieve equitable outcomes.”

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Machine learning can be fair and accurate

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He’s out Friday 29 October FUTURE MEMORABILIA, new album by the historic duo of Oliver Onions. Ten songs remained in the collective imagination of all revisited with new arrangements and the presence of exceptional guests.

When they call us a milestone in Italian musical history, it seems like a huge compliment to us. What is certain is that, in our 50-year career, we have combined quite a lot.

We have been arrangers, session men, composers, performers, producers.

We reached audiences through films, television dramas, radio and cartoons.

We traveled through the international rankings with Santamaria, Orzowei, Christine. We have been M&G Orchestra, Dilly Dilly, Oliver Onions. But, above all, we were Guido and Maurizio De Angelis: always, in all respects.

We put a piece of ourselves into every note of our music, an investment that returns us in energy and adrenaline every time we hit a stage.

That’s why, after getting involved with our two live projects: Reunion Live and… we continue to call them Oliver Onions, we decided to return to the record market with FUTURE MEMORABILIA.

With these words Guido e Maurizio De Angelis, the Oliver Onions, tell about this new recording project. Let’s find out together, song by song.

OLIVER ONIONS FUTURE MEMORABILIA: Track By track

DUNE BUGGY (FROM THE FUTURE)

A real cult with a 2.0 sound that indicates the direction of the whole album, generating a big bang between vintage and modern sounds thanks to the contrast between valve amplifiers, clavinet, rhodes, synths and an enveloping and futuristic sound design.

BULLDOZER #63

The race of Bud Spencer during the legendary football match it was imagined as an arcade videogame, putting great care into 8-bit sound research, using arpeggiators and synthesizers from the 80s; the performance is energetic and highlights a kaleidoscope of stylish musical virtuosity. The sound Oliver Onions seamlessly integrates vintage drum machines and vocoders with iconic guitars and choirs.

ORZOWEI FEAT. THOMAS PARADISE

A modern metropolitan jungle that hosts tribal sounds for the new one Orzowei, which catapults the listener into a stereophonic and engaging world, thanks to ethereal sound textures that leave room for an overwhelming rhythm. The guest perfectly embodies the role of the new hero who, singing the choruses out loud, contaminates this real hymn in full indie style.

SANDOKAN FEAT. CLAUDIO BAGLIONI

The Malaysian tiger returns in a big way with the introduction of Tina Guo (solo cellist of Hans room and present in the soundtrack of some films such as Pirates of the Caribbean e Wonder Woman), immediately enveloping the listener in a compelling atmosphere thanks to a large orchestra contrasted with the cinematic sound of the great colossals.

The dress is sophisticated and of great impact, in perfect style Baglioni, which finds its natural habitat to enhance its singing skills. A modern symphonic rock that confirms the epic character of the song.

FLYING THROUGH THE AIR (50TH ANNIVERSARY)

The song is dressed in a very bold uniform, becoming a real game of roles: a marching band and a wind ensemble, to recreate the typical sound of American military bands, march together with a solid rhythm with hip hop and nu -soul. A combination that literally makes you want to fly.

BANANA JOE FEAT. BUD SPENCER

A real miracle of restoration: with the help of new latest generation software it was possible to make a duet Bud Spencer they Oliver Onions after 40 years. This mix was made possible by aligning the original tape of the only take sung by Bud to the digital base built ad hoc for the occasion, integrating typically Caribbean elements to the synthetic and modern rhythm of Latin American productions.

SANTA MARIA MEMORABILIA FEAT. ROLAND KAISER

The song has been completely refreshed aiming at an essential, decisive arrangement with a tropical flavor, keeping its soul and obtaining a sound with an international breath.

Dry, well-tuned acoustic guitars, large synth openings in the choruses, and the trademark of Oliver Onions: the timeless catchphrase sung by the choirs. Roland Kaiser has finally come full circle, duet with the authors who made him famous all over the world thanks to his 1980 version.

LA LA LA LA LALLA FEAT. HELIUS AND THE TENSE STORIES (CHORUS OF THE FIREFIGHTERS)

The most famous la la la la lalla in the history of cinema, the Choir of Firefighters of… otherwise we’ll get angry! in an unprecedented guise that ventures into the most disparate musical styles as per the tradition of Elio and Le Storie Tese, mixing sweet melodies, epic rock openings and Rossinian panoramas. A virtuous and iconic result, which creates a perfect setting to pay homage to this unmissable reunion.

SHERIFF FEAT. DAVID HASSELHOFF

A tribute to the 80s, which features all the instruments that characterized the discography of the time, with the great presence of synthesizers, drums with abundant reverbs, solid rock guitars that host the historic Gibson The Paul played with the bottleneck with the which the original theme was engraved. Exceptional actor, singer and showman, David Hasselhoff fully represents an icon of the big screen, helping to give the song an overseas flavor.

WE BELIEVE IN LOVE FEAT. ELHAIDA DANI

A song with a solemn atmosphere but at the same time epic and magical, which arises from the need to unite all the people of the Earth through a melody that has captured the whole world for its strength – that of Verde. Like a great hymn sung by many souls in a stadium, which speaks to several generations of the past, present and future.

Elhaida Dani, with her interpretation, she becomes an ambassador of this great message of love.

We would love to give thanks to the writer of this article for this awesome material

Oliver Onions: guide to listening to the new album, “FUTURE MEMORABILIA”, song by song

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He’s out Friday 29 October FUTURE MEMORABILIA, new album by the historic duo of Oliver Onions. Ten songs remained in the collective imagination of all revisited with new arrangements and the presence of exceptional guests.

When they call us a milestone in Italian musical history, it seems like a huge compliment to us. What is certain is that, in our 50-year career, we have combined quite a lot.

We have been arrangers, session men, composers, performers, producers.

We reached audiences through films, television dramas, radio and cartoons.

We traveled through the international rankings with Santamaria, Orzowei, Christine. We have been M&G Orchestra, Dilly Dilly, Oliver Onions. But, above all, we were Guido and Maurizio De Angelis: always, in all respects.

We put a piece of ourselves into every note of our music, an investment that returns us in energy and adrenaline every time we hit a stage.

That’s why, after getting involved with our two live projects: Reunion Live and… we continue to call them Oliver Onions, we decided to return to the record market with FUTURE MEMORABILIA.

With these words Guido e Maurizio De Angelis, the Oliver Onions, tell about this new recording project. Let’s find out together, song by song.

OLIVER ONIONS FUTURE MEMORABILIA: Track By track

DUNE BUGGY (FROM THE FUTURE)

A real cult with a 2.0 sound that indicates the direction of the whole album, generating a big bang between vintage and modern sounds thanks to the contrast between valve amplifiers, clavinet, rhodes, synths and an enveloping and futuristic sound design.

BULLDOZER #63

The race of Bud Spencer during the legendary football match it was imagined as an arcade videogame, putting great care into 8-bit sound research, using arpeggiators and synthesizers from the 80s; the performance is energetic and highlights a kaleidoscope of stylish musical virtuosity. The sound Oliver Onions seamlessly integrates vintage drum machines and vocoders with iconic guitars and choirs.

ORZOWEI FEAT. THOMAS PARADISE

A modern metropolitan jungle that hosts tribal sounds for the new one Orzowei, which catapults the listener into a stereophonic and engaging world, thanks to ethereal sound textures that leave room for an overwhelming rhythm. The guest perfectly embodies the role of the new hero who, singing the choruses out loud, contaminates this real hymn in full indie style.

SANDOKAN FEAT. CLAUDIO BAGLIONI

The Malaysian tiger returns in a big way with the introduction of Tina Guo (solo cellist of Hans room and present in the soundtrack of some films such as Pirates of the Caribbean e Wonder Woman), immediately enveloping the listener in a compelling atmosphere thanks to a large orchestra contrasted with the cinematic sound of the great colossals.

The dress is sophisticated and of great impact, in perfect style Baglioni, which finds its natural habitat to enhance its singing skills. A modern symphonic rock that confirms the epic character of the song.

FLYING THROUGH THE AIR (50TH ANNIVERSARY)

The song is dressed in a very bold uniform, becoming a real game of roles: a marching band and a wind ensemble, to recreate the typical sound of American military bands, march together with a solid rhythm with hip hop and nu -soul. A combination that literally makes you want to fly.

BANANA JOE FEAT. BUD SPENCER

A real miracle of restoration: with the help of new latest generation software it was possible to make a duet Bud Spencer they Oliver Onions after 40 years. This mix was made possible by aligning the original tape of the only take sung by Bud to the digital base built ad hoc for the occasion, integrating typically Caribbean elements to the synthetic and modern rhythm of Latin American productions.

SANTA MARIA MEMORABILIA FEAT. ROLAND KAISER

The song has been completely refreshed aiming at an essential, decisive arrangement with a tropical flavor, keeping its soul and obtaining a sound with an international breath.

Dry, well-tuned acoustic guitars, large synth openings in the choruses, and the trademark of Oliver Onions: the timeless catchphrase sung by the choirs. Roland Kaiser has finally come full circle, duet with the authors who made him famous all over the world thanks to his 1980 version.

LA LA LA LA LALLA FEAT. HELIUS AND THE TENSE STORIES (CHORUS OF THE FIREFIGHTERS)

The most famous la la la la lalla in the history of cinema, the Choir of Firefighters of… otherwise we’ll get angry! in an unprecedented guise that ventures into the most disparate musical styles as per the tradition of Elio and Le Storie Tese, mixing sweet melodies, epic rock openings and Rossinian panoramas. A virtuous and iconic result, which creates a perfect setting to pay homage to this unmissable reunion.

SHERIFF FEAT. DAVID HASSELHOFF

A tribute to the 80s, which features all the instruments that characterized the discography of the time, with the great presence of synthesizers, drums with abundant reverbs, solid rock guitars that host the historic Gibson The Paul played with the bottleneck with the which the original theme was engraved. Exceptional actor, singer and showman, David Hasselhoff fully represents an icon of the big screen, helping to give the song an overseas flavor.

WE BELIEVE IN LOVE FEAT. ELHAIDA DANI

A song with a solemn atmosphere but at the same time epic and magical, which arises from the need to unite all the people of the Earth through a melody that has captured the whole world for its strength – that of Verde. Like a great hymn sung by many souls in a stadium, which speaks to several generations of the past, present and future.

Elhaida Dani, with her interpretation, she becomes an ambassador of this great message of love.

We would love to give thanks to the writer of this article for this awesome material

Oliver Onions: guide to listening to the new album, “FUTURE MEMORABILIA”, song by song

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The long-awaited presentation of the new smartphones Google, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro took place today. As Gadgets News already told, some of their characteristics were revealed back in August, and the main news was the Google Tensor processor installed in them (in addition to the Titan M2, which is responsible for security). Here’s what the full specs look like:

Pixel 6 Pixel 6 Pro
Price from $ 600 from $ 900
Dimensions, weight, protection 158.6 x 74.8 x 8.9mm, 207g, IP68 163.9 × 75.9 × 8.9mm, 210g, IP68
Display 6.4 ″ 1080 × 2400 (411 ppi), OLED, 1,000,000: 1, to 90 Гц, Gorilla Glass Victus 6.7 ″ 1440 × 3120 (512 ppi), LTPO OLED, 1,000,000: 1, 10-120 Гц, Gorilla Glass Victus
CPU √ Google Tensor
√ Titan M2
√ Google Tensor
√ Titan M2
RAM 8 GB LPDDR5 12 GB LPDDR5
Flash memory 128/256 GB UFS 3.1 128/256/512 GB UFS 3.1
Main camera √ 50 mps, 1 / 1.31 ″, 1.2 μ, ƒ / 1.85 (82 °)
√ 12 mps, 1.25 μ, ƒ / 2.2 (114 °)1

√ LDAF (Laser Autofocus)
√ 50 mps, 1 / 1.31 ″, 1.2 μ, ƒ / 1.85 (82 °)
√ 12 mps, 1.25 μ, ƒ / 2.2 (114 °)1
√ 48 mps, 1/2 ″, 0.8 μ, ƒ / 3.5 (4x optical zoom, 23.5 °)
√ LDAF (Laser Autofocus)
Front camera 8 mps, 1.12 μ, ƒ / 2.0 (84 °) 11.1 mps, 1.22 μ, ƒ / 2.2 (94 °)
Battery 4614 mAh (30 W, 50% in 30 minutes) 5003 mAh (30 W, 50% in 30 minutes)
The fingerprint scanner built into display built into display
Communication and stuff 5G, Wi-Fi 6E (802.11 ax), Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, USB Type-C 3.1 5G, Wi-Fi 6E (802.11 ax), Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, USB Type-C 3.1
OS Android 12 Android 12

1 in the photo (see the last one) – 106.5 °

The CPU of the Google Tensor processor contains 2 performance, 2 medium and 4 energy efficient cores. No details are known about them, but it is reported that the performance of the new CPU is 80% faster than the Snapdragon 765G processor, which was equipped with the Pixel 5.

In turn, the GPU contains 20 cores and is 4.7 times faster than the Snapdragon 765G GPU. In the GFXBench Aztec Ruins High (off-screen) benchmark, the peak and steady performance of the Pixel 5 is 11 fps, respectively, in new smartphones, at least the peak should be at 50 fps (if of course we take this benchmark as a basis). For comparison, the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra (Snapdragon 888) has a peak and sustained performance of 31 and 27 fps, while the iPhone 13 Pro (A15 Bionic) has 54 and 33 fps. So, depending on the level of throttling, there is a chance that Google Tensor will be the most powerful Android smartphone, or even surpass the iPhone 13.

As for the TPU (tensor co-processor), its nominal performance is not reported. But it is also not so important given the real possibilities available thanks to artificial intelligence technologies. The improved performance of Google Tensor has made it possible to apply the technologies that impressed us so much in photography three years ago in video. Among other things, these are:

Another application of machine learning is natural language processing. For example, voice input of text messages (which promises to be 3 times faster than manual typing) – including simultaneous translation into another language. Moreover, this opportunity is present not only in the built-in Messages application (through which you send SMS), but also in WhatsApp, Google Chat, Snapchat. Instagram, Twitter, Line and “a growing list of other messengers”. Google says that from now on, you can translate any audio in any source – for example, watch foreign videos on YouTube or Instagram in your native language. The translator is also built into the camera, so you can translate restaurant menus, road signs, etc. on the fly. And of course, a voice translator – with the Pixel 6, you can translate speech from 48 languages. Who knows – maybe in a few years the translator will speak in the voice of the owner of this wonderful application.

When Google unveiled the Pixel 6 with the Pixel 6 Pro in August and it was revealed that they were equipped with its own processor, I assumed that these are the main smartphones of this year. And perhaps this is true. First of all, of course, thanks to the processor. For the first time in many years, a smartphone with a chip has appeared in the top segment, which was not designed by Qualcomm, Samsung, Huawei, MediaTek or Apple, but a newcomer to the mobile processor business. It doesn’t look like Google is going to sell its Tensor to other companies yet – it’s an integral part of the functionality that Pixel 6 owners with Pixel 6 Pro provide. As artificial intelligence technologies develop, their adoption is becoming an ever greater competitive advantage, and in this regard, the software giant Google has a pretty good future. Especially considering the moderate price tag – for example, the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are offered in the US from $ 700, $ 800, $ 1000 and $ 1100 respectively.

American sales of new Google smartphones will start on October 28, there will still be no official sales in Russia.

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The long-awaited presentation of the new smartphones Google, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro took place today. As Gadgets News already told, some of their characteristics were revealed back in August, and the main news was the Google Tensor processor installed in them (in addition to the Titan M2, which is responsible for security). Here’s what the full specs look like:

Pixel 6 Pixel 6 Pro
Price from $ 600 from $ 900
Dimensions, weight, protection 158.6 x 74.8 x 8.9mm, 207g, IP68 163.9 × 75.9 × 8.9mm, 210g, IP68
Display 6.4 ″ 1080 × 2400 (411 ppi), OLED, 1,000,000: 1, to 90 Гц, Gorilla Glass Victus 6.7 ″ 1440 × 3120 (512 ppi), LTPO OLED, 1,000,000: 1, 10-120 Гц, Gorilla Glass Victus
CPU √ Google Tensor
√ Titan M2
√ Google Tensor
√ Titan M2
RAM 8 GB LPDDR5 12 GB LPDDR5
Flash memory 128/256 GB UFS 3.1 128/256/512 GB UFS 3.1
Main camera √ 50 mps, 1 / 1.31 ″, 1.2 μ, ƒ / 1.85 (82 °)
√ 12 mps, 1.25 μ, ƒ / 2.2 (114 °)1

√ LDAF (Laser Autofocus)
√ 50 mps, 1 / 1.31 ″, 1.2 μ, ƒ / 1.85 (82 °)
√ 12 mps, 1.25 μ, ƒ / 2.2 (114 °)1
√ 48 mps, 1/2 ″, 0.8 μ, ƒ / 3.5 (4x optical zoom, 23.5 °)
√ LDAF (Laser Autofocus)
Front camera 8 mps, 1.12 μ, ƒ / 2.0 (84 °) 11.1 mps, 1.22 μ, ƒ / 2.2 (94 °)
Battery 4614 mAh (30 W, 50% in 30 minutes) 5003 mAh (30 W, 50% in 30 minutes)
The fingerprint scanner built into display built into display
Communication and stuff 5G, Wi-Fi 6E (802.11 ax), Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, USB Type-C 3.1 5G, Wi-Fi 6E (802.11 ax), Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, USB Type-C 3.1
OS Android 12 Android 12

1 in the photo (see the last one) – 106.5 °

The CPU of the Google Tensor processor contains 2 performance, 2 medium and 4 energy efficient cores. No details are known about them, but it is reported that the performance of the new CPU is 80% faster than the Snapdragon 765G processor, which was equipped with the Pixel 5.

In turn, the GPU contains 20 cores and is 4.7 times faster than the Snapdragon 765G GPU. In the GFXBench Aztec Ruins High (off-screen) benchmark, the peak and steady performance of the Pixel 5 is 11 fps, respectively, in new smartphones, at least the peak should be at 50 fps (if of course we take this benchmark as a basis). For comparison, the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra (Snapdragon 888) has a peak and sustained performance of 31 and 27 fps, while the iPhone 13 Pro (A15 Bionic) has 54 and 33 fps. So, depending on the level of throttling, there is a chance that Google Tensor will be the most powerful Android smartphone, or even surpass the iPhone 13.

As for the TPU (tensor co-processor), its nominal performance is not reported. But it is also not so important given the real possibilities available thanks to artificial intelligence technologies. The improved performance of Google Tensor has made it possible to apply the technologies that impressed us so much in photography three years ago in video. Among other things, these are:

Another application of machine learning is natural language processing. For example, voice input of text messages (which promises to be 3 times faster than manual typing) – including simultaneous translation into another language. Moreover, this opportunity is present not only in the built-in Messages application (through which you send SMS), but also in WhatsApp, Google Chat, Snapchat. Instagram, Twitter, Line and “a growing list of other messengers”. Google says that from now on, you can translate any audio in any source – for example, watch foreign videos on YouTube or Instagram in your native language. The translator is also built into the camera, so you can translate restaurant menus, road signs, etc. on the fly. And of course, a voice translator – with the Pixel 6, you can translate speech from 48 languages. Who knows – maybe in a few years the translator will speak in the voice of the owner of this wonderful application.

When Google unveiled the Pixel 6 with the Pixel 6 Pro in August and it was revealed that they were equipped with its own processor, I assumed that these are the main smartphones of this year. And perhaps this is true. First of all, of course, thanks to the processor. For the first time in many years, a smartphone with a chip has appeared in the top segment, which was not designed by Qualcomm, Samsung, Huawei, MediaTek or Apple, but a newcomer to the mobile processor business. It doesn’t look like Google is going to sell its Tensor to other companies yet – it’s an integral part of the functionality that Pixel 6 owners with Pixel 6 Pro provide. As artificial intelligence technologies develop, their adoption is becoming an ever greater competitive advantage, and in this regard, the software giant Google has a pretty good future. Especially considering the moderate price tag – for example, the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are offered in the US from $ 700, $ 800, $ 1000 and $ 1100 respectively.

American sales of new Google smartphones will start on October 28, there will still be no official sales in Russia.

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