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Oct. 26, 2018: Blogs of war, medical lawsuit, custody battles, making a murderer and fright night.
In this week's news from Japan Today: a freelance Japanese journalist is freed from three years in captivity in Syria; women not accepted to Tokyo Medical University due to their sex are now seeking redress; the U.S. State Department says Japan is still non-compliant with the Hague Convention on international child abductions; a 15-year-old was arrested for killing his grandfather, attempting to kill his grandmother and plotting to kill a student from his school plus Halloween in Japan â€” itâ€™s not celebrated like it is in the West. https://japantoday.com/ Rate and review us: https://itunes.apple.com/jp/podcast/japan-today/id517133982?mt=2 This weeks stories: Blogs of War â€” https://japantoday.com/category/national/Journalist-freed-from-Syria-returns-to-Japan-to-relief-and-criticism Discrimination Compensation â€” https://japantoday.com/category/national/Women-demand-Tokyo-Medical-University-compensate-them-over-entry-test-rigging Custody Battles â€” https://japantoday.com/category/national/Foreign-divorced-parents-fight-in-vain-for-child-custody-in-Japan Kizuna Child-Parent Reunion Project â€” https://www.kizuna-cpr.org/ Making a Murderer â€” https://japantoday.com/category/crime/15-year-old-boy-who-killed-grandfather-wounded-grandmother-also-planned-to-kill-classmate Fright Night â€” https://japantoday.com/category/features/lifestyle/something-for-everyone-this-halloween Have Your Say "Halloween in Japan" â€” https://japantoday.com/category/have-your-say/what-do-you-think-about-the-way-halloween-is-celebrated-in-japan
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Human Stories of AI: A Second Opinion
Healthcare is a field that has, in many ways, already embraced AIâ€”medical researchers seem to be developing new AI applications every day. In this episode, we zoom in on one doctor and the stories of two of her cases. Dr. March is a dysmorphologist, a physician who studies birth defects. With two of her recent patients, she was able to use an AI tool called Face2Gene in her diagnostic process, a process that changed her patientsâ€™ lives. Show Notes Dr. March is a dysmorphologist, a doctor who studies birth defects (1:35) The first of Dr. Marchâ€™s patients she couldnâ€™t immediately diagnose (3:10) Face2Gene provides doctors with enhanced patient evaluation with deep phenotyping (4:48) The step-by-step process of using Face2Gene (6:08) What is Kabuki syndrome? (7:24) When Dr. March worked with a family that was in denial about their childâ€™s diagnosis (10:47) What is Williams syndrome? (12:59) Â We want to hear from you Please send us your comments, suggested topics, and listener questions for future All Turtles Podcast episodes. Voicemail: +1 (310) 571-8448 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @allturtlesco with hashtag #askAT For more from All Turtles, follow us on Twitter, and subscribe to our newsletter on our website.
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Is Robot Empathy a Trap?
Can robots care? And why should we care if they do? SAPIENS host Jen Shannon meets Pepper the robot, and host Chip Colwell goes on a quest to find out how the robotics industry is (re)shaping intimacy in Japan. He speaks with anthropologists Jennifer Robertson, Daniel White, and Hirofumi Katsuno, all researchers in the field of robotics, to learn more about what artificial emotion can teach us about what it means to be human. Jennifer RobertsonÂ is a professor of anthropology and of the history of art at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.Â Hirofumi KatsunoÂ is an associate professor in the department of media, journalism, and communications at Doshisha University, Kyoto. Daniel WhiteÂ is a postdoctoral fellow in the department of history and cultural studies at the Freie UniversitÃ¤t Berlin. Learn more about artificial intelligence atÂ SAPIENS.org:Â The Age of Cultured MachinesÂ by Matthew Gwynfryn Thomas and Djuke Veldhuis Learning to Trust Machines That LearnÂ by Matthew Gwynfryn Thomas and Djuke Veldhuis Life and Death After the Steel MillsÂ by Elizabeth Svoboda An original score inspired by the 1927 film Metropolis called 2026: Musik Inspired by Metropolis by the composer Scott Ampleford appeared in this episode. This episode of Sapiens was produced by Arielle Milkman, edited by Matthew Simonson, and hosted by Chip Colwell, Esteban Gomez, and Jen Shannon. Sapiens producer Paul Karolyi, executive producer Cat Jaffee, and House of Pod intern Lucy Soucek provided additional support. All music is produced and designed by Matthew Simonson with illustration by David Williams, and fact-checking byÂ Christine Weeber. Sapiens is part of the American Anthropological Association Podcast Library. This is an editorially independent podcast funded by the Wenner-Gren Foundation and produced by House of Pod.