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Bale puts an end to his ‘medical veto’ just one year later

Bale puts an end to his ‘medical veto’ just one year later

first_imgAt the time, the end suffered a grade 1 lesion in the left soleus, but far from it has been his only physical problem in 2019. Last October, the Chiringuito reported that Bale had asked Real Madrid not to publish his health status, based on the principle of confidentiality between doctor and patient. In this way, The Welshman was still unsubscribed without filtering the exact extent of his ailments. Now, that agreement has been broken between the parties to report the infection that Bale suffers and that will make him miss the Spanish Super Cup or, at least, the semifinal against Valencia. The reasons that caused this sudden change are unknown and if it will continue over time or, on the contrary, It will be anecdotal because it is a special competition, a long trip and a setback that does not affect your physical condition but an infection Of another character. Be that as it may, the attacker now suffers his 26th setback with Madrid and will not be present in the dispute of the first title of 2020 … In this way, the entity respected the decision of its footballer and, since then, he had not given any information about Bale’s physique. Last october some discomfort in the left floor had two games away from the pitch. In December, a edema in the left femoral biceps It also temporarily removed him from the group’s dynamics. On none of both occasions was anything known beyond that commented by Zinedine Zidane in the press room.center_img Gareth Bale will not travel to Saudi Arabia to dispute the Spanish Super Cup when he suffers an upper respiratory infection, as reported by Real Madrid in the medical part published on its website. The news has fallen by surprise, not only because of the unexpected decline of Welsh, but because the fact of publicly informing about your physical state, something that didn’t happen for exactly one year. Bale has broken his ‘medical veto’, although it is unknown if it is due to a disease and not because of a muscular problem or if, on the contrary, it will last over time.last_img read more

Gather Round the Piano for These AIComposed Carols

Gather Round the Piano for These AIComposed Carols

first_img Robot Dog Astro Can Sit, Lie Down, and Save LivesMIT’s AI Knitting System Designs, Creates Woven Garments With a heart reindeerBut no more a stranger.Santa baby, and Dancer, and Curry* down”Check out Shane’s blog to unwrap some more nuggets of gold. And see how many famous holiday numbers you can spot among the verses. (I found “Santa Baby,” “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas,” and “The Holly and the Ivy.”) Here’s a freebie:“Run, run Rudolph, run, run Rudolph, run, run Rudolph, run, run Rudolph, run, run Rudolph, run, run Rudolph, run, run Rudolph, run, run Rudolph the newborn King.”As if that’s not festive enough: The British Library recently reconstructed two Christmas carols originally played by Alan Turing’s computer during a BBC Radio broadcast in December 1951.They admittedly sound like an eight-year-old learning to play the recorder. But, originally performed by the Ferranti Mark I computer in Turing’s Computing Machine Laboratory in Manchester, these carols represent “the most expensive and most elaborate method of playing a tune that has ever been devised,” according to former Ferranti marketing manager Bertram Vivian Bowden. Stay on target Walkin’ home love, Dingle* bells, jingle bells, jingle bells with bells are ringing Deck the halls with AI-generated Christmas carols, fa la la la la, la la la la.Her gift to the world this holiday season, research scientist Janelle Shane trained a neural network to write joyful hymns.So forget those tired “Jingle Bell” harmonies and learn some new caroling tunes for 2017.AdChoices广告In partnership with The Times and AI hobbyist Erik Svensson, Shane fed her machine lyrics to about 240 Christmas songs—ranging from modern hits to classic carols to “obscure Victorian efforts,” the paper said.Without so much as a built-in knowledge of English, or even the foggiest idea what Christmas carols are, the network initially churns out a few lines of gobbledigook.“a    a a na snn aca naa  i       s                 a           i aa a a           n a  uugna   nn na    i      a  uaa              a   a     i  a    a          a            a a    sna aagt o aa”But, as Shane explained, AI quickly learns from its mistakes; the system reviews original input before tweaking new output. It understands, for instance, to capitalize first words and insert line breaks.“And soon it begins to learn actual words,” Shane wrote in a blog post. “The most common ones first.”Words like “Christmas” and “Christ,” as well as “stow,” “tome,” and “wang” (though I’m not sure those last few weren’t just a coincidence).After a few more rounds of neural refinements, it begins to look at lot like Christmas. Well, a joyful holiday, at least. While the artificial intelligence program can pick up tone and vocabulary, it struggles to interpret most words, typically jumbling them into nonsensical ramblings, like this one:“The lord of the glory dawnsGive us the leave all awayA star is spent and redShake a cup of strend from the skyChristmas is coming, the wind is come to you * Neither “Curry” nor “Dingle” was part of the input data, according to Shane, who said the neural network “likes to invent words that it thinks sound sort of carol-y.” Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more