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Why does Musk want to make cyborgs? For the same reason he wants to make electric cars and colonise Mars: to save mankind. He believes that artificial intelligence (AI) will soon outstrip us and that, as a result, AI will treat humanity, at best, like a pet. So, thinking big as usual, he decided that we mortals should develope”brain machine interfaces” (BMIs) to meld seamlessly with AI, and so become superintelligent too.
The agency has done 832 on site investigations and 49 businesses have been cited and fined for not following COVID workplace safety rules.Almost all of the recent cases have been spurred by employee complaints.While some employees might be afraid of being “a snitch” for reporting their workplace, the complaints are anonymous. Business closures or deaths could result from workplaces not following the rules, Egan said.”I would encourage employees to recognize that the goal of these rules is not to punish employers, it is to protect employees,” Egan said. “It’s for their own benefit to make sure that they’re ensuring that their employers are adopting the rules and applying them appropriately to contain COVID.”Employers have reported 30 workplace deaths connected to COVID 19 to MIOSHA so far in 2020, Egan said.To force compliance, MIOSHA is allowed to fine businesses up to $7,000 for serious violations.
Cultured human cells (yellow) being attacked by Salmonella (red). Image by Rocky Mountain Laboratories, NIAID, NIH/NASA Nickerson’s research is part of a larger effort to learn more about recombinant attenuated Salmonella vaccine (RASV). Using engineered microbes, scientists hope to create a strain of Salmonella to use as a vaccine against the bacteria Streptococcus pneumonia, a dangerous killer of young and old that is responsible for approximately ten million deaths per year..