Went to see Laurie in LA for a week. Overall I am really impressed with everything I saw over there and everyone I have met. Laurie lives with nice roommates and in a nice home. Traffic was exactly as I remember it worse than NYC or Connecticut. I have missed Laurie more that I can put into words. Seeing Laurie I know that I Love her more than ever. Now it's back to work to continue developing fingerprint recognition software. I got to visit Santa Monica and Pasadena along with the whole Ontario/Pomona area. Weather was really warm during the day but cooled down nicely at night with a gentle breeze.
Two genes involved in determining the size of the human brain have undergone substantial evolution in the last 60,000 years, researchers say, suggesting that the brain is still undergoing rapid evolution.The discovery adds further weight to the view that human evolution is still a work in progress, since previous instances of recent genetic change have come to light in genes that defend against disease and confer the ability to digest milk in adulthood.
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Cornell University and Tel Aviv University researchers have developed a method for enabling a computer program to scan text in any of a number of languages, including English and Chinese, and autonomously and without previous information infer the underlying rules of grammar. The rules can then be used to generate new and meaningful sentences. The method also works for such data as sheet music or protein sequences.
"Unsupervised Learning of Natural Languages," published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS, Vol. 102, No. 33)
The research leader, Ellen Heber-Katz, professor of immunology at the Wistar Institute, a US biomedical research centre, said the ability of the mice at her laboratory to regenerate organs appeared to be controlled by about a dozen genes.