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梁平城口丰都县治疗子宫小多少钱荣昌万州区接输卵管医院As part of its continuing series on the #39;Future of the Internet,#39; the Pew Research Center asked a group of thinkers in science and technology about what the Internet -- turning 25 years old on Wednesday -- might look like in another 10 years. 在其“互联网的未来”(Future of the Internet)系列调研中,皮尤研究中心(Pew Research Center)调查了一批科学技术领域的思想家,询问他们在3月12日年满25岁的互联网再过10年可能会是什么模样。Their responses speak of a world that is connected deep within homes and well beyond borders. Pew collected the answers into theses buckets of a hopeful and not-so hopeful future (with some other random ideas ginned up, too). 他们的回答描绘了一个深深扎根家庭、远远跨越国界的互联世界。皮尤研究中心把这些归集为“未来有希望”、“未来不太有希望”的两类(还有其他一些随意的想法)。Pew posed an open-ended question asking for predictions about the role of the Internet in people#39;s lives in 2025, and what impact it will have on social, economic and political processes. #39;Good and/or bad, what do you expect to be the most significant overall impacts of our uses of the Internet on humanity between now and 2025?#39; Pew asked. The group polled researchers, entrepreneurs, writers, developers, advocates and others. 皮尤提了一个开放性的问题,要求被访者预测2025年互联网在人们生活中的作用,以及它对社会、经济和政治进程的影响。这个问题是:“不论好与坏,你预计从现在到2025年,我们对互联网的使用对人类最明显的整体影响将是什么?”皮尤调查的对象有研究人员、企业家、作家、软件开发者、维权人士等。Here is a selection of responses plucked from the overview of #39;Digital Life in 2025.#39; You can see the entire report with more anecdotes on Pew#39;s site. 以下是选自“2025年的数字生活”(Digital Life in 2025)概述的一组回答。更丰富的报告全文可在皮尤中心的网站上看到。David Clark , senior research scientist at MIT: #39;Devices will more and more have their own patterns of communication, their own #39;social networks,#39; which they use to share and aggregate information, and undertake automatic control and activation. More and more, humans will be in a world in which decisions are being made by an active set of cooperating devices. The Internet (and computer-mediated communication in general) will become more pervasive but less explicit and visible. It will, to some extent, blend into the background of all we do.#39; 戴维#12539;克拉克(David Clark),麻省理工学院(MIT)高级研究科学家:终端将越来越多地拥有它们自己的传播形态,它们自己用于分享、汇总信息的“社交网络”,并越来越多地从事自动化控制与激活。人类所处的世界,将越来越多地由一组活跃的、相互配合的终端来做出各种决定。互联网(以及整个以计算机为媒介的传播)将变得更加普遍,但更不明显、更不可见。在某种程度上,它将融入我们所做的一切这个背景当中。Aron Roberts , software developer at the University of California, Berkeley: #39;We may well see wearable devices and/or home and workplace sensors that can help us make ongoing lifestyle changes and provide early detection for disease risks, not just disease. We may literally be able to adjust both medications and lifestyle changes on a day-by-day basis or even an hour-by-hour basis, thus enormously magnifying the effectiveness of an ever more understaffed medical delivery system.#39; 阿伦#12539;罗伯茨(Aron Roberts),加州大学伯克利分校(University of California, Berkeley)软件开发员:很有可能出现能够帮助我们持续改变生活方式、及早侦测到疾病风险而不只是疾病的可穿戴设备和/或居家、办公传感器。我们或许真的能够按天、甚至是按小时地调整药物以及生活方式的改变,从而极大地放大一个人员越来越少的医疗务系统的有效性。David Hughes , who has four decades of experience in digital communications: #39;All 7-plus billion humans on this planet will sooner or later be #39;connected#39; to each other and fixed destinations, via the Uber(not Inter)net. That can lead to the diminished power over people#39;s lives within nation-states. When every person on this planet can reach, and communicate two-way, with every other person on this planet, the power of nation-states to control every human inside its geographic boundaries may start to diminish.#39; 戴维#12539;休斯(David Hughes),在数字传播领域拥有40年的经验:地球上的70多亿人口迟早将会通过“Ubernet”(超级网)而非互联网实现相互连接以及与固定目的地的连接。这可能导致民族国家对人们生活的控制力减弱。当地球上每一个人都可以和地球上其他所有人双向接触、沟通时,民族国家控制其地理界线之内每一个人的力量可能就会开始减弱。Hal Varian , chief economist for Google: #39;The biggest impact on the world will be universal access to all human knowledge. The smartest person in the world currently could well be stuck behind a plow in India or China. Enabling that person -- and the millions like him or her -- will have a profound impact on the development of the human race. Cheap mobile devices will be available worldwide, and educational tools like the Khan Academy will be available to everyone. This will have a huge impact on literacy and numeracy and will lead to a more informed and more educated world population.#39; 哈尔#12539;瓦里安(Hal Varian),谷歌(Google)首席经济学家:对世界最大的影响将是能够无处不在地获取所有人类知识。目前世界上最聪明的人很有可能是束缚在了印度或中国的一张耕犁后面。把机会赋予这个人――以及像他或她的几百万人――将对人类的发展产生深刻的影响。世界各地都将能够买到廉价手机,每一个人都将能够获得可汗学院(Khan Academy)之类的教育工具。这将对人们的识字算数水平产生巨大的影响,将使世界人口更有知识、更有文化。Llewellyn Kriel , CEO of TopEditor International Media Services: #39;Everything -- every thing -- will be available online with price tags attached. Cyber-terrorism will become commonplace. Privacy and confidentiality of any and all personal will become a thing of the past. Online #39;diseases#39; -- mental, physical, social, addictions (psycho-cyber drugs) -- will affect families and communities and sp willy-nilly across borders. The digital divide will grow and worsen beyond the control of nations or global organizations such as the UN. This will increasingly polarize the planet between haves and have-nots. Global companies will exploit this polarization. Digital criminal networks will become realities of the new frontiers. Terrorism, both by organizations and individuals, will be daily realities. The world will become less and less safe, and only personal skills and insights will protect individuals.#39; 卢埃林#12539;克里埃尔(Llewellyn Kriel),TopEditor International Media Services的CEO:所有东西――所有东西――都将在网上明码标价地出售。网络恐怖主义将成为常态。任何人的隐私和机密都将成为过去时。网络“疾病”――精神疾病、生理疾病、社交疾病、毒瘾(心理-网络毒品)――将影响到家庭和社区,并肆无忌惮地跨越国界而扩散。数字鸿沟将会扩大并恶化,超出各个国家以及联合国等国际组织的掌控范围。这将越来越多地造成有产者和无产者之间的两极分化。跨国公司将获利于这种分化。数字犯罪团伙将成为新疆界的现实。不管是组织化的恐怖主义还是个人恐怖主义,都将成为每天都存在的现实。世界将变得越来越不安全,只有自己的技能与见识才能保护个人。Paul Babbitt , an associate professor at Southern Arkansas University: #39;Governments will become much more effective in using the Internet as an instrument of political and social control. That is, filters will be increasingly valuable and important, and effective and useful filters will be able to charge for their services. People will be more than happy to trade the free-wheeling aspect common to many Internet sites for more structured and regulated environments.#39; 保罗#12539;巴比特(Paul Babbitt),南阿肯色大学(Southern Arkansas University)副教授:在将互联网用作政治和社会控制工具方面,政府的效率将大大提高。也就是说,过滤器将越来越宝贵、越来越重要,有效、有用的过滤器将可以为其务收费。人们将非常乐意牺牲很多网站随心所欲的方面,换取秩序更加井然、监管更加严格的环境。Randy Kluver , an associate professor of communication at Texas Aamp;M University: #39;The most neglected aspect of the impact is in the geopolitics of the Internet. There are very few experts focused on this, and yet the rise of digital media promises significant disruption to relations between and among states. Some of the really important dimensions include the development of transnational political actors/movements, the rise of the virtual state, the impact of digital diplomacy efforts, the role of information in undermining state privilege (think Wikileaks), and ... the development of cyber-conflict (in both symmetric and asymmetric forms).#39; 兰迪#12539;克吕弗(Randy Kluver),德州农工大学(Texas Aamp;M University)传播学副教授:最被人忽略的影响在于互联网的地缘政治方面。关注这方面的专家非常少,但数字媒体的崛起很有可能给国与国关系带来重折。一些非常重要的维度包括跨国政治角色/运动的发展,虚拟政府的兴起,数字民主化行动的冲击,信息在削弱政府特权方面的作用(如维基解密(Wikileaks)),以及……网络冲突(包括对称的和非对称的冲突)的发展。Vint Cerf , Google vice president: #39;There will be increased franchise and information sharing. There will be changes to business models to adapt to the economics of digital communication and storage. We may finally get to Internet voting, but only if we have really strong authentication methods available. Privacy must be improved but transparency about what information is retained about users also has to increase. More business will be born online with a global market from the beginning. Massive open online courses will become important revenue streams.#39; 文特#12539;瑟夫(Vint Cerf),谷歌副总裁:特许经营和信息共享将会越来越多。商业模式将会改变,以适应数字传播与存储的经济学。最后我们可能会有网络选举,但条件是拥有非常可靠的认方法。隐私必须得到改进,但有关已获取用户信息的透明度也必须提高。越来越多的企业将是在网上诞生,一开始就瞄准全球市场。大众化网络公开课将成为重要的收入来源。John Markoff, senior Science writer at the New York Times: #39;What happens the first time you answer the phone and hear from your mother or a close friend, but it#39;s actually not, and instead, it#39;s a piece of malware that is designed to social engineer you. What kind of a world will we have crossed over into? I basically began as an Internet utopian (think John Perry Barlow), but I have since realized that the technical and social forces that have been unleashed by the microprocessor hold out the potential of a very dystopian world that is also profoundly inegalitarian. I often find myself thinking, #39;Who said it would get better?#39;#39; 约翰#12539;马尔科夫(John Markoff),《纽约时报》(New York Times)资深科学撰稿人:当你第一次接电话听到母亲或好友的声音、其实那不是母亲或好友而是一款旨在对你展开社会化工程攻击(social engineering)的恶意软件时,会发生什么事情?我们所跨入的将是一个什么样的世界?最初我基本上是一个对互联网存在乌托邦式幻想的人(想想约翰#12539;佩里#12539;巴洛(John Perry Barlow)),但我后来意识到,微处理器释放的技术力量和社会力量有可能造就一个反面乌托邦的、极不平等的世界。我经常不由自主地想:“谁说世界会越来越好的?”You can see the entire report with plenty more anecdotes on Pew#39;s site. What do you think the Internet will be like in 10 years -- flowing invisibly in the background like electricity, a tangible and omnipresent part of every day life, something else? Tell us what you think in the comments. 拥有更多丰富细节的报告全文可以在皮尤研究中心的网站上看到。你认为10年过后的互联网会是什么样子的?是像电流一样在幕后无形地流动,还是成为日常生活中看得见摸得着而又无处不在的一部分?还是其他什么样子?请在中写下你的想法。 /201404/283472秀山土家族苗族自治县哪家医院做腹腔镜手术 Yesterday#39;s big tech story (beyond Apple#39;s iOS7 release) was actually a biotech story, but only because Google (GOOG) was involved. The search giant announced that it has launched Calico, a ;new company that will focus on health and well-being, in particular the challenge of aging and associated diseases.;昨天的重磅科技新闻【甚至超过了苹果(Apple)发布iOS7系统】实际上是一则生物技术新闻,只不过因为它牵涉到了谷歌(Google)。这则消息是,谷歌这家搜索巨头宣布成立Calico,一家“关注健康和幸福,尤其向人类衰老和疾病有关的研发领域提出挑战的全新公司”。Or, as Time magazine put it: Google vs. Death.或者,就如《时代》(Time )周刊所言:谷歌对抗死亡。Calico#39;s CEO is ex-Genentech CEO Art Levinson, who will remain chairman of Genentech (plus a director of parent company Hoffmann-La Roche) and chairman of Apple (AAPL) . You may recall that Levinson also used to be on the Google board, before being leaving due to perceived conflicts of interest with his Apple role.Calico首席执行官阿特#8226;莱文森曾担任Genentech的首席执行官,他也将留下继续担任Genentech和苹果两家公司的主席(和Genentech母公司Hoffmann-La Roche的主管)。大家也许还能想起,莱文森之前曾是谷歌董事会的成员,之后意识到这与他在苹果所扮演的角色发生了利益冲突,于是辞职。Beyond the above information, neither Google nor Levinsohn is actually saying anything about Calico. And there aren#39;t even additional details in the Time story. So here are a few tiny nuggets to begin moving things along:除了上面这些信息之外,谷歌和莱文森并没有任何其他有关Calico的内容。甚至在《时代》的文章中也没有更多的细节。不过下面这些线索或许可以帮助大家拨开迷雾。1. This is an independent company, not a subsidiary or affiliate of Google.1. 这是一家独立公司,不是谷歌的子公司,也不是它的分机构。2. Google corporate is making the initial investment, not Google Ventures (even though Google Ventures partner Bill Maris Maris was instrumental in the original brainstorming). There are not yet any SEC filings, but expect that the initial investment is in the tens of millions of dollars.2. 为这家公司进行初期投资的是谷歌而不是谷歌风投(Google Ventures)(尽管谷歌风投的合伙人比尔#8226;马里斯为构思这个概念的雏形立下了汗马功劳)。目前尚没有任何美国券交易委员会(SEC)的文档,不过预计初期投资的费用以千万美元计。3. Venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins is not an investor in Calico, despite being the first money into both Google and Genentech.3. 尽管风投公司凯鹏华盈(Kleiner Perkins)曾经对谷歌和Genetech进行了初期投资,但这次却没有参与投资Calico。4. I#39;ve also reached out to several other top life sciences VCs, none of whom had heard about Calico before yesterday#39;s announcement. Same goes for some healthcare industry headhunters. In other words, this has legitimately taken folks by surprise.4. 我也接触了其他几家顶级的生命科学风投公司,没有一家在昨天的声明之前听说过Calico。医疗业的猎头公司也一样。换句话说,他们一直在隐瞒消息,憋着股劲要让人大吃一惊呢。5. I also contacted a handful of pharma folks, each of whom offered what they admitted to be uninformed speculation. Here was the response I found most interesting (again – smart pharma guy who doesn#39;t know Calico):5. 我还联系了一些制药行业的从业人员,他们都谈了自己的猜测。下面是我发现的最有趣的的回答(当然,这个聪明的制药公司员工也没听说过Calico)。;I#39;d say that Art#39;s background in biotech and gene-driven cancer therapies would mean he#39;d be likely focusing on identifying the molecular aspects/drivers/signals of cellular aging and looking at interventional therapies targeting those targets. If true, this would be similar to how the oncology field was in the 1980s (wide open, no strategy, no leader, shunned by ;real; scientists and most investors).;“我要说,阿特在生物技术和基因癌症治疗上的背景意味着他可能会专注于研究确定细胞在分子层面/驱动/信号上的老化,寻求针对这些方面的介入疗法。如果真的是这样,与20世纪80年代肿瘤学领域类似的情形(完全开放、不讲策略、没有领袖,“真正”的科学家和大多数投资者都绕着走)将会重现。”6. ;Calico; is apparently shorthand for California Life Company, but so far there are no publicly-available incorporation documents in either California or Delaware.6. “Calico”显然是加利福尼亚生命公司(California Life Company)的简称,不过迄今为止在加利福尼亚州和特拉华州都还没有已经公布的公司文件。 /201309/258726重庆市宫腔镜手术多少

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合川永川区妇科医生在线咨询Like many companies led by influential founders, leadership succession has been a big question for Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei Technologies. 和许多其他由具有影响力的创始人所领导的公司一样,领导层交接对于中国电信设备巨头华为技术有限公司(Huawei Technologies Co., 简称:华为)来说也一直是一个大问题。But Huawei, founded by Chinese engineer Ren Zhengfei in 1987, is unlikely to choose one leader to replace 69-year-old Ren, according to a top executive. AFP/Getty Images但该公司一位高管说,华为不可能只挑选一位领导来接替创始人任正非。任正非于1987年创建了华为。#39;In the future, the successor to Mr. Ren will not be just one person,#39; said Eric Xu, Huawei#39;s acting chief executive, at the company#39;s annual analyst conference in Shenzhen. The successor could be a team of leaders rather than one leader, he said, without providing more details. 华为轮值首席执行长(CEO)徐直军(Eric Xu)在深圳召开的年度分析师大会上说,未来接替任正非的将不只是一个人。他说,继任者也许是一个团队,而不是一位领导。徐直军没有就此提供更多细节。At Huawei, three executives -- Xu, Guo Ping and Ken Hu -- take turns and rotate through the acting CEO position every six months. The company introduced this system in 2011. 徐直军、郭平和胡厚昆(Ken Hu)这三位华为高管每六个月轮流担任CEO的职位。该公司于2011年引入了这种机制。Ren, meanwhile, remains the company#39;s permanent CEO. 此外任正非还一直担任公司的永久CEO。According to Huawei, Ren has the right to veto decisions made by the company#39;s board. Still, Huawei director Chen Lifang said in an interview last year that Ren had never exercised the veto right. 根据华为的介绍,任正非对董事会的决定拥有否决权。然而华为董事陈黎芳去年在接受采访时说,任正非从来没有行使过否决权。The unique rotating CEO system has sometimes raised questions from analysts and other industry observers about who makes decisions at Huawei. 分析师和其他行业观察人士有时会对这种独特的轮值CEO机制产生疑问:华为的决策权究竟掌握在谁的手里?At the analyst meeting Wednesday, Xu didn#39;t provide a clear answer to the question on whether the current rotating CEO system will be a temporary arrangement or a permanent structure. 徐直军在周三的分析师大会上被问到这样一个问题:目前实行的轮值CEO机制是一项临时安排还是永久性结构?徐直军没有给出明确回答。It#39;s still unclear what exact shape Huawei#39;s management will take in the generation after Ren. 目前还不清楚在任正非这一代领导卸任后华为的管理层结构。#39;How we get there, only time will tell,#39; Xu said. 徐直军说,未来真正的走向只能等未来来回答。Ren, who rarely makes public appearances, wasn#39;t available for comment. 任正非很少公开露面,记者未能联系到他就此发表。Huawei is the world#39;s second-largest supplier of telecom networking gear by revenue after Sweden#39;s Ericsson. Last month, the company said it expects its revenue in 2018 to be about 80% higher than its 2013 revenue of roughly billion. 按收入衡量,华为是全球第二大电信网络设备供应商,排名仅次于瑞典的爱立信(Ericsson)。该公司上月说,预计到2018年公司的收入将较2013年的约400亿美元增长80%左右。 /201404/290985 万州妇幼保健院双侧输卵管堵塞垫江忠县开县治疗无精症多少钱

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