Transcript: The Risk of Developing Hypertension during Enhanced Community Quarantine Chapter 1 Introduction Hypertension is a major contributor to the global disease burden. It poses an important public health challenge to both economically developing and developed countries, including Asia. The prevalence and rate of diagnosis of hypertension in children and adolescents appears to be increasing. Hypertension confers the highest attributable risk to deaths from cardiovascular disease and epidemiological data provide convincing evidence that the risk of cardiovascular disease related to blood pressure is graded and continuous. This risk is evident even in childhood; with elevated blood pressure predicting hypertension in adulthood, and adverse effects of elevated blood pressure in childhood on vascular structure and function, specifically left ventricular hypertrophy, are already apparent in youth. In this paradigm, the researchers discuss the content of this study. This study uses a survey questionnaire to determine the development of hypertension during enhanced community quarantine. Below, the input includes the profile of the respondents and their lifestyle during enhanced community quarantine. The process is a quantitative research design in a descriptive method using an online survey questionnaire. The output of this study is the risk of developing hypertension during enhanced community quarantine. Research Paradigm 1. Profile of the Respondents a. Age1.ofile of the Respondents a. Age b. Gender c. Occupation 2. Life Style during Enhanced Community Quarantine b. Gender c. Occupation 2. Life Style during Enhanced Community Quarantine Characters Characters Plot Thesis 1 Thesis 2 Thesis 3 Thesis 4 Thesis 5 Review Review Thesis 1 Opinion
Transcript: Art has been around for centuries and it sure has been a big part in my life. I am very passionate in music, I have been playing the piano for the past 8 years. I see art as a positive contribution to the wold because it allows people to express themselves in a non-verbal way. Topics The arts ar a powerful way of communicating and are considered essential in early childhood education. Art helps children explore the world through their senses and engage in skills that are crucial to their education. Adam Hansen Personal Relevance Music is a form of art Observation and reflection Conclusion Thesis Individuality Deep thinking Research PowerPoint "Including art in the education system is crucial because it teaches children skills that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives". I chose this to be my thesis because some people are unaware how art can greatly help a child's life. Self expression
Transcript: Podiatrists Thesis Statement Corns, bunions, blisters, athletes foot podiatrists are the ones that treat those things Podiatrists Definition of Career Podiatrists are well trained doctors They take care of people's feet and lower legs Podiatrists Education/Training Requires at least 3 years of under graduate education Specific college courses such as anatomy, chemistry, biology, and mathematics are required Podiatrists Education/Training Must complete 4 years of study at a college of podiatric medicine Must have a 4-year degree after earning a bachelors degree and must be licensed in every state. Podiatrists Working Conditions Podiatrists work in general or group practices and are free to develop a practice focus such as pediatrics, geriatrics, or sports medicine. Podiatrists Working Conditions Need good vision and must work well with their hands Should communicate well with people, and have good business sense Podiatrists Schedule/Hours Always on call mostly work about forty-sixty hours per week Some work part time, but generally set their own hours Podiatrists Schedule/Hours Podiatrists’ offices may be open in the evenings to accommodate patients. In hospitals, podiatrists may have to work occasional nights or weekends Podiatrists Salary Range/Benefits The median annual wage of podiatrists was $118,030 in May 2010 The lowest 10 percent earned less than $50,150, and the top 10 percent earned more than $166,400. Podiatrists Salary Range/Benefits The net income of podiatrists with 10 to 15 years of experience was $135,000 Self employed podiatrists earn more than salaried doctors Podiatrists Employment Outlook/Advancement The employment of podiatrists is expected to increase 20 percent from 2010 to 2020 Podiatrists Student's Goal and Future Plan My goal is to start off getting my basics then transfer to get a Bachelors in Podiatry My future is to work in a hospital setting after obtaining my licenses then owning my own clinic Work Cited Bureau of Labor Statistics U.S Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-11 Edition, Podiatrists on internet at [http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/print/podiatrists/.htm]. “Podiatrists” Career Discovery Encyclopedia. Vol 1 Chicago: Ferguson Publishing Company, 2000. Pages 118-119. Print. Podiatrists. American Podiatric Medical Association. 2012. [http://apma.org/learn/content.cfm?ItenNumber992&navItemNumber=588.htm]. Kepos, Paula “Podiatrists” Career Information Center Vol 7 Detroit: Gale 2007 Pages 140-141. Podiatrists. Explore Health Careers. 27 February 2013. [http://explorehealthcareers.org/en/career/20/podiatrist_doctor_of_podiatric_medicine.htm]. Podiatrists. Hospital Podiatrists. 2001. [ http://hospitalpodiatrists.org.htm ]. Podiatrist Chelsea Morris Period 2 Spring 2013
Transcript: Leah Jones / 1st Block The Life of an Anesthesiologist 04/12/2019 What Is anesthesia? Brief History an SWOT SWOT S W O T STRENGTHS STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES WEAKNESSES OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIES THREATS THREATS FOCUS AREA 1 FOCUS AREA 1 THE PROBLEM THE PROBLEM PLAN PLAN TIMELINE #1 #2 #3 TIMELINE FOCUS AREA 2 FOCUS AREA 2 THE PROBLEM THE PROBLEM PLAN PLAN TIMELINE #1 #2 #3 TIMELINE FOCUS AREA 3 FOCUS AREA 3 THE PROBLEM THE PROBLEM PLAN PLAN TIMELINE #1 #2 #3 TIMELINE
Transcript: -------- --------------- --------------- --------- -------- --------- Start Here College Research Explained Introduction Pick topic that you care about. Be unique. Think of your audience. What to look for? #1 Where to look? Not all sources are equal!!! Books Publishsed Journels Documentaries Internet (with Caution) DO's Wikipedia Friends/Family Prior Knowledge DONT'S #2 TRUST NO ONE! Always Get A Second Opinion Avoid Bias. Keep all work profession. Question your sources. ------------#3 Respond dont react Seperate emotions from your writing Analyze, Analyze, and overanalyze Engage your auidence Know the purpose of the text #4 Conclusion What does this all mean? Reseach isnt easy But it is rewarding Dont give up when it gets hard Present and stand by your work
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Transcript: Artificial Intelligence Brandon M. Thesis: The use of the AI portrayed in F451 can be compared to the AIs in our current technological advancement and whether it benefits us or oppose us at high costs. Intro In Fahrenheit 451, it contained advanced technology, such as the hound, that can be found associated with the firemen; as an AI its programmed to track, hunt and contain or kill the objective F451 Purpose to track down and kill any lawbreakers found around the city Keeps the law in order, protecting civilians and fellow comrades, military use, partner connections and obedience The Hound F451 the hound is obedient, supposedly, only to captain Beatty; following every command that Beatty gives out and has it secretly observe Montag, later on, track down Montag until he is found Has an array of abilities such as a morphine injector, tracking capabilities, data search and covert ops Pros Because of the variety of modalities the hound contains; it is also an danger towards civilians Has the ability to harm other people No emotional capabilities; can not sense emotions Will follow any order even if its an kill order Cons AI can be programmed to do something destructive as if it is “in the hands of the wrong person, these weapons could easily cause mass causalities” (futureoflife.org) AI would be hard to shut down in order to prevent enemy manipulation Develop destructive methods in order to accomplish its mission. “This can happen whenever we fail to fully align the AI’s goals with ours, which is strikingly difficult” (futureoflife.org) Lethality AIs can be used for evil purposes, manipulated and solve problems with destructive methods AI would not need to receive a check every month, however, “While they are quite costly to maintain and power, this cost is greatly less than what an entire company full of human employees would have to be paid” (healthresearchfunding.org) AI would not need to be given breaks as they do need to do the basic living maintenance a human would have to do such as eat and use the restroom AI “allows many avenues in research and exploration to develop and advance that would not have if it did not exist” (healthreasearchfunding.org); aiding in space exploration and planetary research to better understand the unknown The aid of artificial intelligence towards cost efficiency, job efficiency and exploration Cost & Job efficiency ‘Unsupervised learning’ as “a group of emerging technologies that allow for cybersecurity software to predict and safeguard against potential future attacks—without ever needing to experience a similar breach or an attack” (thenextweb.com) “approaches are based on not labeling data. Hence there is always the potential for missing out specific attack vectors because it is impossible to have a “catch-all” cyber defense in the current scenario. Organizations need to also still invest in supervised cybersecurity threat detection and response teams” “ Due to the massive increase in computational speed, cybercriminals will be able to successfully infiltrate and extract data before breach detection and response will be possible” Negatives of AI such as cybersecurity being taught in ‘unsupervised learning’ Risks of Cybersecurity AI could possibly create new jobs and better increase workplace efficiency AI are incapable of making moral decisions AI says, “AI will not be able to make a decision that is the morally correct one, because morality is unique to humans” (newsweek.com) AI robot speaks on the benefits and risks of AI; mentioning that ‘AI can cause a lot of harm’ AI Warning that the inevitable of the evils contained within “pandora’s box” can be slowed down by removing ‘greed’ from the process of creating artificial intelligence in order to better improve AI thinking NSA warns “It must not be misused to decide who gets a job, who gets an education, who gets a loan, who gets [medical] treatment. But if we don’t change the direction that we see today, if we allow Facebook and Google and Amazon to pursue these models and to apply these models to every aspect of human decision-making—as they are very, very aggressively striving to [do] today. We will find [that] we have become prisoners of a past that no longer exists” Edward Snowden speaks on artificial general intelligence, “The invention of artificial general intelligence is opening Pandora’s Box—and I believe that box will be opened. We can’t prevent it from being opened” (variety.com) NSA Warns of AI Medicine is ready for AI as they can see promise in diagnosing diseases and ailments, analyzing images such as x-rays and finding the best treatment plans AI aided data analysis could help medical professionals calculate accurate diagnoses more faster and skillfully; moving patients towards the right treatment quickly Aid in written language as studies show that “machine learning algorithms trained to assess word choice and order are better than clinicians at distinguishing between real and fake suicide notes, meaning
Transcript: Computer and Web Ethics The effect computer has on society: *Most information is found using search engines. *Search engine-use web robots to query many pages on the internet and creates and index of those web pages *Internet users use these pages to find information. Computer and Society Reference: http://www.ehow.com/facts_5766300_importance-computer-ethics-software-piracy.html Importance of Computer Ethics By: Cherry Foster *Ethics deal with the issues of right and wrong and what behaviors are good and bad to a society, person, or entity. *When dealing with computers, ethics are applied to telecommunications and data storage. Reference: http://www.enotes.com/computers/q-and-a/effects-computers-society-103945 Reference: http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000082.htm Computers and Information * The way people keep in touch. *The way people entertain themselves. *The way people buy and sell. *The way people learn and teach. *How companies operate. *Weather forecast and technical applications. *Scientific investigation and research.
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