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    Artificial intelligence has a racism problem. Look no further than the bots that go on racist rants, or the facial recognition tech that refuses to see Black people, or discriminatory HR bots that won’t hire people of color. It’s a pernicious issue plaguing the world of neural networks and machine learning that not only strengthens existing biases and racist thinking, but also worsens the effects of racist behavior towards communities of color everywhere. And when it’s coupled with the existing racism in the medical world, it can be a recipe for disaster. That’s what’s so concerning about a new study published in The Lancet last week by a team of researchers from MIT and Harvard Medical School, which created an AI that could accurately identify a patient’s self-reported race based on medical images like X-rays alone. As if that wasn’t creepy enough, the researchers behind the model don’t know how it’s reaching its conclusions. “The team discovered that the model was able to correctly identify race with roughly 90 percent accuracy—a feat that’s virtually impossible for a human doctor to...
    GARDENERS can save money as well as the planet by using what they have on hand to fill the bottom of planters. The bottom of deep planters can be stuffed with fillers like old cans and plant pots turned upside down, according to gardening experts. 1Fillers are placed in planters to take up space and allow the plants to drainCredit: Getty The cans and pots improve drainage and create air pockets for better aeration and healthier soil, according to Family Handyman. Fillers are placed in planters to take up space and allow the plant to drain water effectively, encouraging healthy roots. Rather than filling an entire planter with soil, fillers can help your wallet because it keeps you from having to purchase more soil, which can be expensive. Using fillers, especially old cans and pots that you don't have to buy, also helps the environment because it keeps those non-biodegradable products out of landfills. READ MORE GARDENING TIPSPATH TO SUCCESS 7 top tips to create a cheap garden pathway on your lawn with NO diggingWEED IT Alan Titchmarsh reveals top...
    Scouting Report: This unassuming pink cleaning paste is gritty enough to remove some of the toughest stains to be found in my apartment. I love a good cleaning supply, and recently, I was ushered into Clean-Tok, the cleaning videos realm of TikTok. There are tons of great tips and tricks nestled in there, but one I kept finding again and again was people using this thing called The Pink Stuff. It looked really weird—it’s basically a pink paste that people put on things to, well, clean them. Although I was highly skeptical at first, after trying it out for myself, I can say for sure this is something I’m planning on keeping around for the foreseeable future. The Pink StuffBuy at Amazon$10Free Shipping | Free Returns The Pink Stuff comes in a little tub, kind of like Play-Doh, but feels nothing like it. The paste is made with ingredients like quartz, baking soda, and soap, and has a vegetable oil base. I think why it works so well is the abrasive, gritty quality, that really helps for removing tough stains....
    Did you know that America permits carcinogenic ingredients in skincare that are banned in other countries? Yikes. Learning this prompted me to switch to a regimen without irritating, artificial additives found in most department store brands, and eventually led me to the discovery of my new fave (and your soon-to-be fave): the Mara Algae and Moringa Beauty Universal Oil. The lightweight, super clean formula is powered by a cocktail of anti-aging and irritation-reducing ingredients, including Moringa, Algae, and a slew of different antioxidants, along with uplifting bergamot and orange peel oil. What it doesn't contain is toxic added chemicals or fragrances, making it a great option for any skin type (including sensitive). Despite being an oil, the Universal face oil is not greasy at all whatsoever. Rub some oil in your palm to warm up the product and it smoothes on easily and absorbs quickly. This oil gives the skin a youthful, hydrated glow that lasts all day and creates a smooth base for makeup. It can even be applied to the eye area without irritation—a rarity among face...
    When Dr. Bruce Gewertz arrived from Chicago 16 years ago to work at Cedars-Sinai, he took note of his new neighbor. “When I moved in,” said Gewertz, Cedars’ surgeon-in-chief, “there was this 85-year-old guy in the office next to mine and I thought, ‘Well, how long can that last?’” At this point, there’s no telling. Dr. George Berci, a Holocaust survivor and a pioneer of surgical technique, is still in the office next door. And last week, he marked his 101st birthday. “Until COVID,” Gewertz said, “it was not uncommon for me to come into the office at 7 a.m. and find George already here working. And his achievements in the last 20 years of his life are probably as important as in the first 80.” At 101, Dr. George Berci of Cedars-Sinai shows no sign of slowing down.(Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times) Berci got to work at 7 a.m. Tuesday and had a couple of meetings on the docket. He told me he reports to the office about two days a week now, and works from home the...
    I am fairly cynical when it comes to products that claim to yield instant results—especially when the claims promise to mimic the look of in-office treatments including neuromodulators (i.e. Botox) and filler or straight-up plastic surgery. But after my skepticism lead me to actually try a handful of beauty products in this arena, like Murad's Targeted Wrinkle Corrector, I officially stand corrected—at least on the notion that such topical treatments simply don't exist at all. When I first discovered Peter Thomas Roth's Instant Firmx Temporary Face Tightener, my skeptical tendencies lead me to do some serious research to find out if it actually worked, and after reading several glowing reviews supported by seriously impressive before-and-after pictures, I knew I had to get my hands on the formula to give it a test run in time for my wedding (because, you know, pictures.) Now, before I go into my experience with the instant snatching treatment, I will say that a few of my beauty editor friends had tried Peter Thomas Roth's original instant-firming eye treatment, and each of them confirmed...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The largest collection of work from internationally-renowned graffiti artist Banksy will be coming to Minneapolis this summer. “The Art of Banksy” will be hosted in the Lighthouse ArtSpace Minneapolis, which is the same place where the Immersive Van Gogh experience is on view currently. READ MORE: Jim Gaffigan, Diana Ross To Perform At State Fair GrandstandThe exhibition will feature over 100 original works from private collectors across the globe. Some of the famous pieces include the “Flower Thrower” and “Girl With Balloon.” (credit: JOHN THYS/AFP via Getty Images) READ MORE: Morris Day Says Prince Estate Preventing Him From Using The Time's Band NameIt’s scheduled to open to the public on May 12. Tickets will be on sale here beginning at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Banksy, who has never confirmed his full identity, began his career spray-painting buildings in Bristol, England, and has become one of the world’s best-known artists. MORE NEWS: Country Music Superstar Eric Church, Morgan Wallen To Play US Bank Stadium In JuneSeveral of his works have sold for multiple millions at auction. Last...
    DO your kids cause havoc at bedtime? A mum has revealed the exact thing you should say to your children to make it less of a struggle. 2TikTok user Melissa Lea Hughes revealed the one sentence you should say to your kids before bed to get them to behaveCredit: @mhughes79/Tiktok TikTok user Melissa Lea Hughes, who posts under @mhughes79, uploaded a video giving her handy tip. She said: “Right before your kids go to bed tonight, if you struggle with bedtime do this one thing. “Say to them, ‘can I tell you five things that I love about you today?’ “They will quiet right down and listen.” Speaking in a whisper, Melissa added: “When you finish your list, I guarantee they will do this.” Many people praised her tip, with one saying: “Did this for the past 2 nights. BRILLIANT. Thank you!” Another added: “Noted. I will do this tonight. Thanks.” And a third joked: “Not my kid thinking he’s going to get five new ones every single night.” Meanwhile, a fourth replied: “Mine said '…..no'." Most read in LifestyleMEG...
    Foodies are rejoicing after discovering a 'game changing' hack that make avocados last up to two weeks in the fridge. The simple trick involves submerging whole avocados in a jar of water to keep them fresher for longer. Storing the fruit in water keeps it hydrated and works the same on water-heavy vegetables such as carrots and bok choy. Images were shared to the popular Facebook group Home Cooking Australia and many confirmed the trick works. Storing avocados in a jar of water can prolong the freshness for up to two weeks, foodies claim Images were shared to the popular Facebook group Home Cooking Australia, and many confirmed the hack works incredibly well 'Has anyone tried this?' the caption read. 'YES! I just started doing this and it 100 per cent works, sooo good!' one woman confirmed. Another woman dubbed the hack as a 'game changer'. 'I do this for carrots and it works so I'd assume it would work for avos too,' a third wrote.    RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Why adventure-seekers can't stop...
    THE optical illusion test below can give you some insight into how your mind works. The trick is to answer without hesitating, so you come to a quick conclusion. 5Choose whether the 1 and 2 boxes are the same colorCredit: Alamy For the first image here, select whether the #1 and #2 boxes are the same color. You can also mark down that you are unsure. For image two, take a close look at where the lines intersect on the grid. 5Take a close look at where the lines intersectCredit: Alamy Make a decision if the dots where the lines intersect are white, black, or note if you're undecided. For image number three, you're taking a close look at the pattern below. 5Is the pattern moving?Credit: Getty - Contributor Does the pattern appear to be moving clockwise, counter clockwise, or are you undecided? Most read in LifestyleSECRET WISH Queen 'secret wish' for Camilla's new title as Will & Harry told of happy newsNEW LOOK Archie and Lilibet’s daily routine revealed as Prince Harry shocks fansQUEEN CAMILLA Her Majesty confirms Camilla...
    It’s an amazing weekend for Bay Area dance fans. Here are some performances you should know about. Camille A. Brown and Dancers The New York choreographer, dancer and director made headlines last year when it was announced she will be the first Black woman in more than 60 years to direct and choreograph a Broadway show, which she will do with a spring 2022 revival of “for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf.” In the meantime, Brown, whom the New York Times describes as “one of the most expressive, genuine, and deeply felt choreographers working today,” is bringing her company, known for applying a distinctively theatrical style to such contemporary themes as race and identity, to San Jose. The shows will be available live and through streaming. Details: 7:30 p.m. Feb. 4-5; Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose; $45-$60 ($25 streaming); it hammertheatre.com. Smuin Contemporary Ballet: The troupe’s new touring program, “Dance Series 1, Love Smuin” features a company premiere of Gina Patterson’s ode to loss and perseverance “You Are Here” (set to music by Ludovico Einaudi),...
    I've always been a fan of the mood-boosting and toxin-releasing benefits of hopping in the sauna or steam room, but, unfortunately, I have a very low tolerance for feeling overheated and dizzy—especially when I'm half-naked and surrounded by other gym-goers doused in sweat. When I found out about HigherDOSE's Infrared V3 Sauna Blanket, (it's basically an at-home, compact sauna that you can literally use while lying in your bed), I knew I had to get my hands on one ASAP. Besides, anything that *may* help me burn calories without actually having to move my body is bound to spike my interest. HigherDOSE's Infrared Sauna Blanket is touted for a slew of wellness-enhancing benefits, including detoxifying the body from heavy metals, giving the skin a natural glow, promoting natural high from mood-boosting endorphin release, reducing inflammation and chronic pain, and yes, even burning calories sans the whole exercise thing. Here's how it works: the blanket is equipped with infrared technology and emits far-infrared light as well as heat energy. The heat energy works to help boost your heart rate and...
    A Japanese high school football player may have kicked the most ridiculous penalty ever by taking a 30-second run-up to the spot. Despite the unconventional method, the player from Ryutsu Keizai Ogashi high school was able to send the goalkeeper the wrong way and convert for his team. However, judging by the reactions to a video of the run-up and subsequent goal, the successful penalty is unlikely to serve as a blueprint for professional players who want to remain popular among their fans. The match at the All Japan High School tournament between Ryutsu Keizai Ogashi and Kindai Wakayama finished level, and was taken to penalties. Ryutsu Keizai Ogashi missed their first spot kick, with their opponents scoring. It was then that the match took a bizarre turn, with Ryutsu Keizai Ogashi's Number 5 stepping up to the spot. A Japanese high school football player may have kicked the most ridiculous penalty ever by taking a 30-second run-up to the spot. Despite the unconventional method, the player was able to send the goalkeeper the wrong way and convert for his team (pictured) Enjoy this...
    Getty Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown Rumors surrounding the Boston Celtics and Jaylen Brown have been rife over the last few months. From deals for Ben Simmons to grandiose notions of Damian Lillard, it seems that Brown’s name is thrown into the mix without a second thought. But, as one half of the Celtics star wing duo, is moving on from Brown so soon really the best course of action? We’re talking about two of the best young wings in the NBA, who are both exceptionally gifted scorers, talented defenders, and developing playmakers. Surely, splitting them up after a few months of struggle wouldn’t be smart business. When a team struggles, opinions will always be split on what the root cause is. Still, it’s worth remembering that Boston’s problems align with the COVID pandemic and the two-and-a-half-crazy seasons that have followed. Blaming health, availability, or scheduling difficulty is a tough sell because almost every team in the league has had the same uphill struggle. Yet, understanding that Boston’s rotation has been far from settled the past few years and...
    Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, MailOnline may earn an affiliate commission. Left it to the last minute? If you're wondering what to get your beauty lover this Christmas, don't panic, Amazon has a great range of last-minute makeup, lipstick and beauty gifts to fulfil their needs. Thanks to speedy shipping with Amazon Prime, it's never too late to pick up a Christmas gift. The retailer has a selection of beauty goodies from skincare, haircare, makeup and tools that will keep your special someone glowing through the festive season that will be delivered before Christmas. Top picks include this ghd Gold Styler gift set which contains the ionic Gold hair styler for salon smooth and seriously sleek hair. And the on-sale ELEMIS The Ultimate Skincare Collection Gift Set that's brimming with Elemis' bestselling and award-winning Pro-Collagen formulas. Ahead, we've handpicked 12 beauty gifts on Amazon to spoil your friends and loved ones with this Christmas. ghd Gold Styler gift set This...
    YouTube Xander Hastings on Survivor 41 “Survivor” fans think season 41 castaway Xander Hastings might be dating season 38 alum Lauren O’Connell based on their recent Instagram activity. On December 7, 2021, a Reddit user suggested the two might be linked romantically, citing that they both posted photos near the Chicago river as evidence. The user also added, “apparently his voice was in the back of her Instagram story as well.”Fans React to Potential New ‘Survivor’ Couple jeff probst works hard. survivor reddit works harder. — Lauren Alexandra O’Connell (@lolly_alexandra) December 7, 2021 Fans were excited by the news of the potential new “Survivor” couple and quickly responded to the Reddit user’s post with more information. One Reddit user wrote, “There was also that one picture Abi posted with Xander, the same night she was with Lauren and Kelley.” Another user chimed in, writing, “Idk if this is anything but I heard a rumor that they were flirting a couple weeks ago so I checked Lauren’s Instagram to see if he commented anything. He didn’t like/comment on any...
    President Joe Biden worked the phones with CEOs from retail and shipping giants and promised Americans a “much different Christmas this year” in a new White House video designed to quell supply chain concerns — and sell the president’s newly-passed infrastructure bill. On Tuesday, the White House released a short video entitled “President Biden on Supply Chains and the Holidays” that featured the president speaking directly to camera about the holiday season, subtly reminding people that his administration inherited supply chain problems, and extolling the infrastructure bill that passed in Congress last week. “I know a lot of Americans are worried we’re not going to be enough stock on the shelves for Thanksgiving and for Christmas, or they can be able to get what you need because there’s was a short supply last year because of COVID and a range of other things,” Biden said in the video’s opening, boldly and openly naming “Christmas.” Biden said “I just got off the phone with the largest retailers in America” over shots of him working the phones, speaking with the likes of...
    Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, which play Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida on Oct. 29, 2021.Tracy May Bonus points if you wear a mask over your mask this weekend. Thursday, Oct. 28 Jon Snodgrass & His Buddies w/Rad Owl/Reconciler (Hooch and Hive, Tampa) Haunted Carnival: Soul Circus Cowboys (Armature Works, Tampa) Moving Targets w/Slap of Reality (Microgroove, Tampa) Friday, Oct. 29 The Backseat Lovers w/Camp Howard (Crowbar, Ybor City) Buddy Guy w/Kenny Wayne Shepherd (Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater) Clint Back (Hard Rock Event Center at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tampa) Erykah Badu w/Goodie Mob/Scarface (Amalie Arena, Tampa) Freaker’s Ball: Legendary JCs (Skipper’s Smokehouse, Tampa) In-Between Halloween: Funeral Guy w/Boozecruizer/Sunk Cost (LA)/Godsbrandingiron/more (House show, Tampa) Nick Warren w/ Brian Busto (The Castle, Ybor City) Punk Rock Monster Mash: Boney Fiend w/Scapeghost/Razor and the Boogiemen (Red Star Live, Tampa) Psychedelic Furs w/Royston Langdon Bilheimer Capitol Theatre, Clearwater) The Rolling Stones w/Ghost Hounds (Raymond James Stadium, Tampa) Saturday, Oct. 30 ...
    Photo by Colin WolfGet ready to spend all your money at the Sprouts deli because the latest location for the boutique grocery store opens in Tampa Heights on Wednesday. Locals first got wind of Tampa’s new Sprouts last summer, and promotions folks for the Tampa Heights location at 101 W 7th Ave. were handing out shopping bags and $5 off coupons last week at nearby Water Works Park. To celebrate the opening, Sprouts is offering the first 200 customers at the Tampa Heights store 25% off their entire order (not including beer, wine, gift cards or stamps). The grocer is known for having a wide selection of natural and organic foods, which includes produce, vitamins, packaged groceries, seafood, deli, baked goods, dairy products and frozen foods. The addition of Sprouts means that Tampa Heights—already home to one of Tampa’s oldest grocery stores, Oceanic—now has two grocery stores within walking distance of each other. Support local journalism in these crazy days. Our small but mighty team works tirelessly to bring you news on how coronavirus is affecting Tampa Bay and surrounding...
    Country star Jason Aldean slammed Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s vaccine mandate for schoolkids and said this isn’t how “being free works.” “So let me get this straight!” the 44-year-old country singer wrote on Instagram. The comments were noted by Fox News in a piece published Sunday. “It is no longer our decisions as parents (or free Americans) to make decisions about our kids, Gavin Newsom makes those decisions for us now??” he added. “You gotta be kidding me!” Jason Aldean slams Gov. Gavin Newsom’s vaccine mandate for kids to attend schoolhttps://t.co/LnaOc0Bpaj — Fox News (@FoxNews) October 3, 2021 “People in California should be outraged and people everywhere else better start standing up and speaking out NOW,” Aldean continued. “This is not how America and being free works.” The “Dirt Road Anthem” hitmaker’s post included a screenshot of a headline from the San Francisco Chronicle that read, “Gavin Newsom Mandates COVID Vaccines To Attend School, With No Testing Alternative.” (RELATED: Jason Aldean Returns To Stage With Message That Is Can’t-Miss) The country superstar recently said he was “unapologetic” after he...