the west metro told the bulletin that the technical capacity of metro transport to start Matinkylä, there is a previous assessment, in accordance with the in June 2017.instead, earlier assessment of readiness to start the transport first to the games in April 2017 is not implemented.HSL decides to travel to the transport starting and the access traffic of the transition , the west metro of the release notes.the west metro, according to the assessment of traffic initiation time based on the test results of the subway tunnel fire sliding doors to close against.Some fire sliding doors close is the test result on the basis of the deficiencies that must be corrected.Metro connection test testing goal is to ensure that metro is the transport opening, safe and reliable in all situations.
the west metro told the bulletin that the technical capacity of metro transport to start Matinkylä, there is a previous assessment, in accordance with the in June 2017.instead, earlier assessment of readiness to start the transport first to the games in April 2017 is not implemented.HSL decides to travel to the transport starting and the access traffic of the transition , the west metro of the release notes.the west metro, according to the assessment of traffic initiation time based on the test results of the subway tunnel fire sliding doors to close against.Some fire sliding doors close is the test result on the basis of the deficiencies that must be corrected.Metro connection test testing goal is to ensure that metro is the transport opening, safe and reliable in all situations.
the Entire st. Petersburg metro system is closed to the explosion in the aftermath, told the Russian news agency Tass.Up to ten people is Tass died in the explosions, which happened Sennaya Ploštšadin subway station on Monday.at Least one of the explosions happened, according to reports, the subway car.the site of the Explosion is Tass said more than 80 rescue workers, which is becoming the place to add.Also in Moscow has been taken in the arrangements of the st. Petersburg events.Tass the Moscow metro network is now enabled for additional security measures, which Moscow is ready to send help to st. Petersburg.
These changes are especially apparent in archive photos recently uncovered by the New York Public Library.The collection contains prints from 1935 to 1936 by Berenice Abbott, a photographer who documented NYC's transformation over the previous century in her series "Changing New York."Comparing her photos to Google Street View images reveals how the city's public spaces have changed up to today."The bones of the city are still there, but we're good at adapting it for what we want."Jefferson Market Courthouse, 1935 vs 2014.Berenice Abbott/Google/Skye GouldIn 1939, the tracks in front of the courthouse migrated underground with the creation of the subway, bringing more light to the street and increasing the value of the nearby real estate.
In today s Android Pay demo at Google I/O, we got to see the experience that will soon be reality for Tube-riding Londoners.As part of Android Pay s arrival in the UK, Google introduced a partnership with Transport for London that will allow riders to use the app s NFC technology for transit fares.Using actual TfL turnstiles onstage, senior director of product development Pali Bhat showed how riders simply tap in and out of turnstiles with their phones, with the fare deducted automatically from their bank or credit card on file.And although this is not a problem for some transit systems, in London if you don t tap out at the end of your journey, you get charged the maximum fare.Besides making transit transactions painless for passengers, there are a slew of advantages for this type of payment on the transportation agency side.Of course, paying with Android Pay today requires that cities have the right turnstiles installed.
In connection with the construction of a new subway line in Rome excavations not far from the Colosseum resulted in several discoveries that archaeologists call unique. This is among other things, the remains of buildings that belonged to the Emperor Hadrian mounted bodyguards, including the weapons bay, dormitories, kitchens and stables. Among the findings include coins, pottery and the building itself, where the remains are left in the form of low walls. Belonged elite soldiers The entire excavation area, about 900 square meters, is in excellent condition. - We will try to preserve as much of the site as possible in the future metro station so that when you are heading to the train can look down on everything and enjoy the view, says Andrea Sciotti, head engineer for the project. The construction of Rome's third subway line, which will have 30 stations, began in 2007 but has been delayed several times due to archaeological discoveries made.
No matter what it is, no one should have to encounter that kind of evil, says what sounds like Michael McDonald, as images we saw in the first trailer—angry Victorian ghost lady, Times Square transported through time, and the logo sprayed on the subway—flash by.All four of these actresses are giving a masterclass in reaction shots here.The shots of the firehouse continue to be slightly odd, since their headquarters appears to be in a Chinese restaurant later.And we see the angry Victorian lady slime Erin Gilbert Kristen Wiig again.Erin: Someone is creating a device that amplifies paranormal activity.It seems so out of character compared to everything else we ve seen, I almost want to say this is a flashback to the event that caused Erin to leave the paranormal—and Abby—behind for a respectable university career.
Credit: AppleApple s main flagship store in San Francisco, the one at 1 Stockton Street, has never been a particularly nice place.It opens to the public this Saturday, and on Thursday, retail head Angela Ahrendts showed off the store to journalists, unveiling several new design elements.Some just seem like rebrandings: The space for educational workshops is now called The Forum and has a really big video screen, and the off-the-floor space where Apple reps help business customers is now called The Boardroom.Although night owls beware: Union Square isn t the most inviting place in the middle of the night.Goodbye, Genius Bar applestore @AngelaAhrendts pic.twitter.com/zD7W2UFYQi— Shara Tibken @sharatibken May 19, 2016This might be one of those things you have to experience to figure out if there s any benefit.Apple Stores already lack a checkout—instead you flag down an employee with a handheld point-of-sale system—so having a desk for the Genius Bar at least gave the store that little bit of structure.
No matter what it is, no one should have to encounter that kind of evil, says what sounds like Michael McDonald, as images we saw in the first trailer—angry Victorian ghost lady, Times Square transported through time, and the logo sprayed on the subway—flash by.All four of these actresses are giving a masterclass in reaction shots here.The shots of the firehouse continue to be slightly odd, since their headquarters appears to be in a Chinese restaurant later.And we see the angry Victorian lady slime Erin Gilbert Kristen Wiig again.Erin: Someone is creating a device that amplifies paranormal activity.It seems so out of character compared to everything else we ve seen, I almost want to say this is a flashback to the event that caused Erin to leave the paranormal—and Abby—behind for a respectable university career.
He wasn't joking about hating it.and all immersion is lost as you start thinking about Steve Coogan's impressions and looking up Michael Caine on IMDB on your phone and forgetting you're even in a cinema.If he worked in Subway his baps would be the best.Might well be best saved as a recurring villain, mind, as his turn in Bronson contained some of recent cinema's most bonkers sequences.Jamie DornanHas the angry eyes you can imagine intensely scanning a room for exits/bombs/baddies/dangerous brunettes, and would presumably do anything to escape being stuck as the Fifty Shades of Grey man who never even got his winkie out for the rest of his life.Not too famous to be jarring, young enough to churn them out for the next 20 years should he catch on.
He wasn't joking about hating it.and all immersion is lost as you start thinking about Steve Coogan's impressions and looking up Michael Caine on IMDB on your phone and forgetting you're even in a cinema.If he worked in Subway his baps would be the best.Might well be best saved as a recurring villain, mind, as his turn in Bronson contained some of recent cinema's most bonkers sequences.Jamie DornanHas the angry eyes you can imagine intensely scanning a room for exits/bombs/baddies/dangerous brunettes, and would presumably do anything to escape being stuck as the Fifty Shades of Grey man who never even got his winkie out for the rest of his life.Not too famous to be jarring, young enough to churn them out for the next 20 years should he catch on.
Samsung just updated Samsung Pay to help you with your swollen wallet.Samsung Pay can now store all of your loyalty cards inside the app.Tap "Membership Cards" at the top and you'll be able to quickly find and summon a barcode for a loyalty card.The company is working on bringing more features to Samsung Pay, like the ability to withdraw cash from an ATM and pay for subway rides, which are already available in Korea.One of the biggest downsides of Samsung Pay is that it only supports select Samsung devices like the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy Note 5.But having used Samsung Pay for the last year, it's a feature I'd hesitate to give up when it's time to upgrade my phone.
Participants were tasked with getting from A to B while MRI scans of their brain were taken.These scans showed which parts of the brain are involved in planning and making decisions.The group, which included Google DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis, concluded that the brain splits the task of completing a journey into different jobs, with different parts of the brain handling different elements of the task.Parts of the cortex, for example, showed more activity when the participant had to change lines, while other parts of the brain appeared "more excited" as the participant got closer to the final destination.Studying the human brain like this can help companies like Google DeepMind to make advances in the field of artificial intelligence.Developers can create AIs that can calculate all the possible consequences of a single action but humans have to create and execute a plan, the paper states.We mentally invent different "layers" to organise our actions and then think about the bigger picture rather than individual steps, according to the study."We're interested in trying to find machine-learning solutions to difficult tasks and real-life problems," said Google DeepMind scientist Jan Balaguer, who is also completing a PhD at Oxford University, in a statement."In machine learning, having a hierarchical representation for decision making might be helpful or harmful depending on whether you choose the right hierarchy to implement in the first place."As one might expect, humans took longer to plan a journey with several line changes than they did to plan journeys that involved a high number of station stops on the same line.DeepMind, which employs around 250 people in King's Cross, is famous for creating an AI agent called AlphaGo that successfully took on the best player in the world at ancient Chinese board game Go last month.But the company, which Google acquired for a reported £400 million in January 2014, has a wide range of other projects on the go that it doesn't reveal to the public, including a little-known fashion website called KITSEE that was killed off around the time of the Google acquisition.DeepMind is also looking at how its technology can be applied in healthcare, announcing a partnership with the NHS in February that has proved to be controversial due to an extensive data-sharing agreement.NOW WATCH: This smart earpiece translates languages as they are spokenLoading video...
A woman looks at a Weibo advertisement inside a subway station in BeijingChina manufactures 488 million fake social media posts a year to divert citizens' attention from adverse or embarrassing news, according to researchers.Gary King, a political scientist at Harvard University, has compiled the first study of its kind of the secretive Fifty Cent Group, a collective of government workers posing as ordinary citizens on the internet.Contrary to previous thinking the report reveals the group's strategy is likely to distract Chinese citizens by changing the topic of conversation, rather than respond to adverse posts with counter arguments.Video: Social Media Leads China Reforms:: Weibo: Millions Stop Using 'Chinese Twitter'Machine analysis of leaked databases and emails reveals the collective typically swings into action as social unrest or anti-establishment discontent gathers momentum.Around half of the posts appear as posts and comments on government websites while the other half are inserted into the streams of commercial social media sites such as Baidu and Weibo."The Chinese government has long been suspected of hiring as many as 2,000,000 people to surreptitiously insert huge numbers of pseudonymous and other deceptive writings into the stream of real social media posts, as if they were the genuine opinions of ordinary people," the report states.
In connection with the construction of the new subway route Line C in Rome excavations not far from the Colosseum resulted in several discoveries that archaeologists call unique. This is among other things, the remains of buildings that belonged to the Emperor Hadrian mounted bodyguards, including the weapons bay, dormitories, kitchens and stables. Among the findings include coins, pottery and the building itself, where the remains are left in the form of low walls. - We will try to preserve as much of the site as possible in the future metro station so that when you are heading to the train can look down on everything and enjoy the view, says Andrea Sciotti, head engineer for the project. He is also immortalized thanks to Hadrian's Wall, built by the Anglo-Scottish border, and a large contemporary tourist destination. Rome's third subway line, which will have 30 stations, construction began in 2007 but has been delayed several times due to archaeological discoveries made.
At first glance, this giant water storage system under Houston looks more like the pillared nave of an ancient cathedral.Over 15 million gallons of water were stored here until the 1970s, when a mysterious leak was discovered that eventually put the reservoir out of commission.Because one of the beauties of the site is that it has these incredible reflections.Like London s Thames Tunnel or DC s Dupont Underground subway station, these long-abandoned feats of engineering are being re-opened and re-appreciated by new audiences who are transforming relics of a city s past into a new kind of civic space.—until the city saw the value of keeping it around.The cistern officially opened last weekend, and tickets can now be purchased for visits, although it looks like they re sold out for quite some time.
Sarin nerve gas used in a terrorist attack in the Tokyo subway 1995. Progress has been made in the search for new drugs against poisoning by nerve agents such as sarin, according to a study from the Swedish Defence Research Agency, Umeå University and researchers in Germany. - We have made a breakthrough discovery that opens up great opportunities for future research to develop new antidotes against nerve gas poisoning, says Anna Linusson, professor at the Department of Chemistry at Umeå University, the Echo on Swedish Radio. The volatile nerve agent sarin symptoms including shortness of breath, vomiting, and visual disturbances. The researchers have now been able to show how the nerve gas can be removed from the affected protein acetylcholinesterase. The study is published in the US journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
But right now, the rivalry between the two is driving prices to be ludicrously cheap.HUGE LEAK: This is our first look at a real iPhone 7The rideshare company won t say how long this promotion will go on for, but it can t be endless — since Lyft is making up the difference between the discount and the real fare, without collecting commission, it s losing money on every single ride you take.A Lyft spokesperson told the NY Post only that it would last for a limited time, possibly stretching to several weeks.With the discount in place, any trip shorter than about 25 blocks is cheaper than a one-way subway fare, and four to five times cheaper than a standard yellow cab.To get the discounts, you don t need a promo code — just open the app, hail a ride as usual, and be pleasantly surprised by the bill at the end.Lyft is also planning to expand around the NYC area, with Jersey Shore and the Hamptons in the works for the next few weeks.
It is available on most Android devices, and Google Play comes pre-installed on devices that support it.An exhaustive list of supported devices is available on Google's website, but it includes most major Android smartphones.Many tablets also work with the Google Play store when they use Android as the operating system, such as Samsung's Galaxy tab.Devices that won't work with the Google Play store include Apple and Windows devices, and BlackBerry devices apart from the Priv.Unlike with iOS, here are several other major app stores for Android including the Amazon app store and Slide ME and F-Droid.The most popular games by number of downloads are Subway Surfers, Candy Crush Saga, Pou, Temple Run 2 and Hill Climb Racing.
But I was far less surprised to learn that the computer, much like the system it serves, seems to hate black people.DON T MISS: Right now, Lyft is cheaper than the subway in NYCThose scores are then used by judges to help with everything from bond amounts to sentencing.It s currently used in states including Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Kentucky, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.What makes the report — and yes, there is something worse than computers using flawed methodology to lock people up — is the racial bias.Northpointe disputed the results of ProPublica s findings, and wouldn t release the exact algorithm it uses to compute risk scores.So, in conclusion, a computer is incorrectly classifying individuals as high or low risk, using a formula that it won t disclose, but is objectively racist.
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