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Quantum technology: ‘It’s no big deal that people don’t understand the technology’ – Innovation Origins

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Quantum technology is a so-called key technology that can be used, for example, to make new drugs and materials. New products and applications that we do not yet know about. Explaining how quantum technology works is no easy task. You have to be able to see it to imagine how it works, says physicist Servaas Kokkelmans.

Kokkelmans is also director of the Center for Quantum Materials and Technology Eindhoven (QT/e). His research group, CQT Coherence and Quantum Technolgy is set to move underground in 2023. A new building will rise between two buildings on the university site, Cascade and Flux, underneath which space will be made for laboratories for experiments with quantum technology. This week, outgoing Secretary of State Mona Keijzer of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs paid QT/e projects a visit. By hoisting a flag, she opened the construction for the new building.

The new laboratories are intended for continued research and more experiments, but also to show others besides the scientists who are currently mainly researching it what quantum technology makes possible. Kokkelmans: There will also be an exhibition area, among other things. Where we can welcome students, companies and other interested parties. For example, you can log in to our quantum computer and our quantum internet. This way, you can experience for yourself what it is like to work with it. We also plan to organize tours of the laboratories.

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Kokkelmans QT/e forms part of the Quantum Delta NL Program. That program is receiving 615 million euros from the Dutch National Growth Fund. Through this fund, the government will invest 20 billion euros over the next 5 years in projects that ensure economic growth. It is an initiative of the Dutch Ministries of Economic Affairs and Finance. Ministers, state secretaries and civil servants have examined how the Dutch will earn their money in 2040, State Secretary Keijzer explains.

During her visit she was treated to, among other things, a small demonstration of the work on the so-called KAT-1 demonstrator, on which PhD student Ivo Knottnerus is working. He works partly for the university in Amsterdam and partly for the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). There is already a similar type of machine in Amsterdam. I am transferring the knowledge from Amsterdam to here in order to build a second generation machine. The KAT-1 demonstrator is a major project line in the growth fund proposal that Quantum Delta NL submitted. What the Secretary of State got to see forms part of that, he adds.

Knottnerus is collaborating on a hybrid quantum computer. Thats a quantum computer, actually a large physics setup, with a classical computer acting as a translator between user and experiment. The normal computer optimizes parameters such as laser intensity thats used during the running of the quantum computer, but also stores any results, for example.

The KAT-1 demonstrator comprises a setup that shows how individual atoms are captured. What our qubits are. A classical computer uses bits, which have a value of 1 or 0. This kind of qubit can have any value between 1 and 0. As such, a quantum computer is able to perform certain calculations much faster than ordinary computers. For one thing, an ordinary computer can decipher large series of numbers, algorithms, one by one. Whereas a quantum computer can include all the results in the calculation at the same time. This makes it possible to quickly calculate properties of materials and medicines, for instance, Knottnerus explains.

Capturing those atoms can only be done under certain conditions. Thats why those atoms are in a vacuum chamber, well-shielded from the world. With a small fluctuation in temperature or humidity, the lasers, mirrors and magnetic fields we use to capture the atoms change. Then you cant capture the atoms and you are correcting everything all day long, which is impractical. So the temperature and humidity have to be extremely stable. That new laboratories are coming is practically a necessity. And it is ideal to be able to control all the conditions.

The Secretary of State also got to meet a number of companies and governmental bodies that are already working with the QT/e. Like the municipality of Waalre, Smart Photonics and the Automotive Campus Helmond. A self-driving car is also being tested on this campus. Kokkelmans: Those autonomous cars are connected to the 5G network. This is not done via the cloud, but via edge computing. There are small computers all over the network that need to be able to communicate very quickly with the autonomous cars. The more of those kinds of connections you have, the harder it is. We want to connect those 5G antennas quantum-protected to the network.

With the allocated funding, Quantum Delta NL aims to position itself as a leading international center and hub for quantum technology, according to the press release. Over the next seven years, the partnership intends to develop into a leading European knowledge cluster. With a contribution to the gross domestic product (GDP) of 5 to 7 billion euros and 30,000 high-quality Dutch jobs in the long term.

There are five hubs for this in the Netherlands: Delft, Amsterdam, Leiden, Twente and Eindhoven. The visit by the Secretary of State was a special occasion for Freeke Heijman, director of Quantum Delta NL: We have been working for a few years on the proposal to qualify for the growth fund. Everything up to this point had been either virtual or on paper. With the visit of a member of the cabinet, it basically amounts to a national launch of our project.

Quantum technology is an incomprehensible technology to most people, including the Secretary of State as a simple lawyer and business expert. According to Heijman, its not a big deal that people dont understand the technology. People also dont know how a computer works and what it looks like inside. Its more about what you can do with it. The Growth Fund has been set up to invest in the foundations of new technology. Its about the future, 2040.

Looking back, there are other technologies that were once at the stage where quantum technology is now, Heijman says. Like the Internet in the 1980s or transistors in the 1960s. Those changed society about 30 years ago. You see that happening now too. At the moment, its still abstract, yet soon it will be possible to do calculations that are currently so out of reach. Then completely new applications will emerge for, say, materials, medicine, energy storage and transport, security.

Until recently, quantum technology was chiefly a scientific field, Heijman goes on to say. Experiments and research tended to be carried out at universities. Now you see that, because its more and more about the actual development and use of the technology, even vocational and higher education are getting involved. We are also going to use the investment from the growth fund to set up learning and talent centers. Vocational (MBO ) and university of applied sciences (HBO) students, as well as the business community, can all get together there in a kind of experimental lab to work with the technology so that it breaks out of the purely academic world.

In essence, its about the people involved. About the talent, the students and the collaboration between all those people who you build an ecosystem with. Where innovation flows from. One of our goals is not only to help existing companies and industry, but also to generate new start-ups. Our ambition is 100 start-ups by 2027.

The quantum computing platform in Eindhoven is, according to Kokkelmans, truly complementary to other parts in the Netherlands. Our platform is based on cold atoms and that is unique if you compare it with Delft, for example. So a lot is possible with our hybrid algorithms. When integrated with the right hardware, you can turn it into a very efficient quantum computer. I think this is the most successful direction at the moment because the road to a universal quantum computer with error correction still has a long way to go.

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Yale Cancer Center Study Shows Immunotherapy Drug Combination Improves Response in HER2-Negative Breast Cancer Including a Subset of Estrogen Receptor…

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In a new study by researchers at Yale Cancer Center, combining the immunotherapy drug durvalumab and PARP-inhibitor olaparib with chemotherapy improved response to treatment for women with high-risk, HER2-negative breast cancer, including a subset of estrogen receptor positive cancers. The findings, part of the I-SPY2 clinical trial, were published today in the journal Cancer Cell.

We found a molecularly defined subgroup of ER-positive patients with breast cancer who benefited significantly from an immune oncology drug added to chemotherapy, similar to what has been seen in triple negative breast cancer, said Lajos Pusztai, MD, DPhil, Professor of Medicine (Medical Oncology) and Director of Breast Cancer Translational Research at Yale Cancer Center and lead author of the study. The results are very encouraging as they provide continued evidence for immunotherapy for women diagnosed with this potentially deadly disease.

Durvalumab is a checkpoint inhibitor immunotherapy engineered to unleash immune system T cells against tumors by inhibiting a protein on the surface of T cells called PD-1. PARP inhibitor drugs, such as olaparib help to repair DNA damage caused by chemotherapy.

Investigators studied results from a small, randomized, phase II, I-SPY2 clinical trial of stage II/III HER2-negative breast cancer. Seventy-three patients were treated with durvalumab and olaparib followed by standard neoadjuvant chemotherapy, while 299 patients received standard-of-care. The findings showed patients receiving durvalumab plus olaparib improved estimated pathological complete response rates (over control) from 20% to 37% in HER2-negative cancers, from 14% to 28% in HR-positive/HER2-negative cancers, and from 27% to 47% in Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC).

I-SPY (Investigation of Serial Studies to Predict Your Therapeutic Response with Imaging and Molecular Analysis) 2 is a multicenter phase 2 trial to evaluate novel agents as pre-surgical therapy for breast cancer. The study is a collaboration among 20 U.S. cancer research centers, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health Cancer Biomarkers Consortium. Lead support for I-SPY 2 came from the Quantum Leap Healthcare Collaborative.

The next step for this research is to conduct a larger, randomized validation trial, added Pusztai. We hope the results will be practice changing in treatment for this disease.

Funding for this study was provided by AstraZeneca.

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Optimizing radiotherapy plans for cancer treatment with Tensor Networks – DocWire News

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Phys Med Biol. 2021 Jun 16;66(12). doi: 10.1088/1361-6560/ac01f2.

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We present a novel application of Tensor Network methods in cancer treatment as a potential tool to solve the dose optimization problem in radiotherapy. In particular, the intensity-modulated radiation therapy technique-that allows treating irregular and inhomogeneous tumors while reducing the radiation toxicity on healthy organs-is based on the optimization problem of the beamlets intensities that shall result in a maximal delivery of the therapy dose to cancer while avoiding the organs at risk of being damaged by the radiation. The resulting optimization problem is expressed as a cost function to be optimized. Here, we map the cost function into an Ising-like Hamiltonian, describing a system of long-range interacting qubits. Finally, we solve the dose optimization problem by finding the ground-state of the Hamiltonian using a Tree Tensor Network algorithm. In particular, we present an anatomical scenario exemplifying a prostate cancer treatment. A similar approach can be applied to future hybrid classical-quantum algorithms, paving the way for the use of quantum technologies in future medical treatments.

PMID:34140431 | DOI:10.1088/1361-6560/ac01f2

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Dr’s Casebook: New quantum microscope that can see the impossible – Batley and Birstall News

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That incredibly small sphere covered in spikes, so reminiscent of a World War Two floating mine, is not visible through an ordinary microscope, but through an electron microscope.

Now a scientific leap is on the verge of taking us to view impossibly small biological structures using a quantum microscope.

It is debatable where the first spectacles lenses were made, but the cities of Pisa and Florence seem to have good claims back in the 13th century. The English friar, Roger Bacon, wrote about the use of lenses to enhance vision in his book Opus Majus in 1266.

The first use of lenses to see into the natural world was in the Netherlands in the late 16th century, but these were little more than magnifying glasses.

Then along came the great Italian scientist Galileo Galilei, who invented a compound microscope with a convex and a concave lens in 1609. He called his instrument the occhiolino or the little eye.

An Italian doctor, Marcelo Malpighi, saw the potential of the microscope and began to study skin, blood vessels and the internal structure of organs like the liver.

Antonie van Leewenhoek, a Danish draper and amateur scientist, has a good claim to be the father of microbiology. He was the first person to see red blood cells and microrganisms like bacteria, protozoa and yeasts, which he called animalcules.

A contemporary of his, Robert Hooke, a physicist and curator of the Royal Society, produced an illustrated book, Micrographia in 1665. He was the first person to use the word cell in a biological sense, since he likened its appearance to that of a monks cell, from the Latin cella, meaning small room.

The scientific compound microscope, which you may have used at school, was invented by Joseph Jackson Lister in 1830.

Then in 1931 Max Knoll and Ernst Ruska invented the electron microscope.

The latest development in microscopy comes from scientists at the University of Queensland in Australia.

They have developed a microscope powered by the science of quantum entanglement, an effect Albert Einstein described as spooky interactions at a distance. This technology will enhance the scope and range of technology like MRI machines used in medicine.

It is an incredible advancement.

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5. About this canvassing of experts – Pew Research Center

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This report is the second of two reports issued in 2021 that share results from the 12th Future of the Internet canvassing by the Pew Research Center and Elon Universitys Imagining the Internet Center. The first report examined the new normal for digital life that could exist in 2025 in the wake of the outbreak of the global pandemic and other crises in 2020.

For this report, experts were asked to respond to several questions about the future of ethical artificial intelligence via a web-based instrument that was open to them from June 30-July 27. In all, 602 people responded after invitations were emailed to more than 10,000 experts and members of the interested public. The results published here come from a nonscientific, nonrandom, opt-in sample and are not projectable to any other population other than the individuals expressing their points of view in this sample.

Respondent answers were solicited though the following prompts:

Application of AI Ethics by 2030: In recent years, there have been scores of convenings and even more papers generated proposing ethical frameworks for the application of artificial intelligence (AI). They cover a host of issues, including transparency, justice and fairness, privacy, freedom and human autonomy, beneficence and non-maleficence, freedom, trust, sustainability and dignity. Our questions here seek your predictions about the possibilities for such efforts.

The question on the future of ethical AI: By 2030, will most of the AI systems being used by organizations of all sorts employ ethical principles focused primarily on the public good?

-YES, ethical principles focused primarily on the public good WILL be employed in most AI systemsby 2030

-NO, ethical principles focused primarily on the public good WILL NOT be employed in most AI systems by 2030

Follow-up question on ethical AI, seeking a written elaboration on the previous question: Will AI mostly be used in ethical or questionable ways in the next decade? Why? What gives you the most hope? What worries you the most? How do you see AI applications making a difference in the lives of most people? As you look at the global competition over AI systems, what issues concern you or excite you?

Results for the quantitative question regarding how widely deployed ethical AI systems will be in 2030:

The respondents were also asked to consider the possible role that quantum computing might make in creating ethical AI systems. The prompting question was:

Quantum computing? How likely is it that quantum computing will evolve over the next decade to assist in creating ethical artificial intelligence systems?

In all, 551 respondents answered this question: 17% said very likely; 32% said somewhat likely; 27% said somewhat unlikely; and 24% said very unlikely.

The follow-up prompt to elicit their open-end written answers was:

Follow-up on quantum computing (written elaboration). If you do not think it likely that quantum computing will evolve to assist in building ethical AI, why not? If you think that will be likely, why do you think so? How will that evolution unfold and when? Will humans still be in the loop as AI systems are created and implemented?

The web-based instrument was first sent directly to an international set of experts (primarily U.S.-based) identified and accumulated by Pew Research and Elon University during previous studies, as well as those identified in a 2003 study of people who made predictions about the likely future of the internet between 1990 and 1995. Additional experts with proven interest in digital health, artificial intelligence ethics and other aspects of these particular research topics were also added to the list. We invited a large number of professionals and policy people from government bodies and technology businesses, think tanks and interest networks (for instance, those that include professionals and academics in law, ethics, medicine, political science, economics, social and civic innovation, sociology, psychology and communications); globally located people working with communications technologies in government positions; technologists and innovators; top universities engineering/computer science, political science, sociology/anthropology and business/entrepreneurship faculty, graduate students and postgraduate researchers; plus some who are active in civil society organizations that focus on digital life; and those affiliated with newly emerging nonprofits and other research units examining the impacts of digital life.

Among those invited were researchers, developers and business leaders from leading global organizations, including Oxford, Cambridge, MIT, Stanford and Carnegie Mellon universities; Google, Microsoft, Akamai, IBM and Cloudflare; leaders active in the advancement of and innovation in global communications networks and technology policy, such as the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), Internet Society (ISOC), International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Invitees were encouraged to share the survey link with others they believed would have an interest in participating, thus there may have been somewhat of a snowball effect as some invitees invited others to weigh in.

The respondents remarks reflect their personal positions and are not the positions of their employers; the descriptions of their leadership roles help identify their background and the locus of their expertise. Some responses are lightly edited for style and readability.

A large number of the expert respondents elected to remain anonymous. Because peoples level of expertise is an important element of their participation in the conversation, anonymous respondents were given the opportunity to share a description of their internet expertise or background, and this was noted, when available, in this report.

In this canvassing, 65% of respondents answered at least one of the demographic questions. Seventy percent of these 591 people identified as male and 30% as female. Some 77% identified themselves as being based in North America, while 23% are located in other parts of the world. When asked about their primary area of interest, 37% identified themselves as professor/teacher; 14% as research scientists; 13% as futurists or consultants; 9% as technology developers or administrators; 7% as advocates or activist users; 8% as entrepreneurs or business leaders; 3% as pioneers or originators; and 10% specified their primary area of interest as other.

Following is a list noting a selection of key respondents who took credit for their responses on at least one of the overall topics in this canvassing. Workplaces are included to show expertise; they reflect the respondents job titles and locations at the time of this canvassing.

Sam Adams, 24-year veteran of IBM now senior research scientist in artificial intelligence for RTI International; Micah Altman, a social and information scientist at MIT; Robert D. Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation; David Barnhizer, professor of law emeritus and co-author of The Artificial Intelligence Contagion: Can Democracy Withstand the Imminent Transformation of Work, Wealth and the Social Order?; Marjory S. Blumenthal, director of the science, technology and policy program at RAND Corporation; Gary A. Bolles, chair for the future of work at Singularity University; danah boyd, principal researcher, Microsoft Research, and founder of Data and Society; Stowe Boyd, consulting futurist expert in technological evolution and the future of work; Henry E. Brady, dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley; Tim Bray, technology leader who has worked for Amazon, Google and Sun Microsystems; David Brin, physicist, futures thinker and author of the science fiction novels Earth and Existence; Nigel Cameron, president emeritus, Center for Policy on Emerging Technologies; Kathleen M. Carley, director, Center for Computational Analysis of Social and Organizational Systems, Carnegie Mellon University; Jamais Cascio, distinguished fellow at the Institute for the Future; Vint Cerf, Internet Hall of Fame member and vice president and chief internet evangelist at Google; Barry Chudakov, founder and principal at Sertain Research; Adam Clayton Powell III, senior fellow, USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership and Policy; Christina J. Colclough, an expert on the future of work and the politics of technology and ethics in AI; Susan Crawford, a professor at Harvard Law School and former special assistant in the Obama White House for science, technology and innovation policy; Kenneth Cukier, senior editor at The Economist and coauthor of Big Data; Neil Davies, co-founder of Predictable Network Solutions and a pioneer of the committee that oversaw the UKs initial networking developments; Rosalie Day, policy leader and consultancy owner specializing in system approaches to data ethics, compliance and trust; Abigail De Kosnik, director of the Center for New Media, University of California, Berkeley; Amali De Silva-Mitchell, futurist and consultant participating in global internet governance processes; Jeanne Dietsch, New Hampshire senator and former CEO of MobileRobots Inc.; Stephen Downes, senior research officer for digital technologies, National Research Council of Canada; Bill Dutton, professor of media and information policy at Michigan State University, former director of the Oxford Internet Institute; Esther Dyson, internet pioneer, journalist, entrepreneur and executive founder of Way to Wellville; Glenn Edens, professor at Thunderbird School of Global Management, Arizona State University, previously a vice president at PARC; June Anne English-Lueck, professor of anthropology at San Jose State University and a distinguished fellow at the Institute for the Future; Susan Etlinger, industry analyst for Altimeter Group; Daniel Farber, author, historian and professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley; Marcel Fafchamps, professor of economics and senior fellow at the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law at Stanford University; Seth Finkelstein, consulting programmer and Electronic Frontier Foundation Pioneer Award winner; Rob Frieden, professor of telecommunications law at Penn State, previously worked with Motorola and held senior U.S. policy positions at the FCC and National Telecommunications and Information Administration; Edward A. Friedman, professor emeritus of technology management at Stevens Institute of Technology; Jerome C. Glenn, co-founder and CEO of the futures-research organization The Millennium Project; Mike Godwin, former general counsel for the Wikimedia Foundation and author of Godwins Law; Kenneth Grady, futurist, founding author of The Algorithmic Society blog; Erhardt Graeff, researcher expert in the design and use of technology for civic and political engagement, Olin College of Engineering; Benjamin Grosof, chief scientist at Kyndi, a Silicon Valley AI startup; Glenn Grossman, a consultant of banking analytics at FICO; Wendy M. Grossman, a UK-based science writer, author of net.wars and founder of the magazine The Skeptic; Jonathan Grudin, principal researcher, Microsoft; John Harlow, smart-city research specialist at the Engagement Lab at Emerson College; Brian Harvey, emeritus professor of computer science at the University of California, Berkeley; Su Sonia Herring, a Turkish-American internet policy researcher with Global Internet Policy Digital Watch; Mireille Hildebrandt, expert in cultural anthropology and the law and editor of Law, Human Agency and Autonomic Computing; Gus Hosein, executive director of Privacy International; Stephan G. Humer, lecturer expert in digital life at Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences in Berlin; Alan Inouye, senior director for public policy and government, American Library Association; Shel Israel, Forbes columnist and author of many books on disruptive technologies; Maggie Jackson, former Boston Globe columnist and author of Distracted: Reclaiming Our Focus in a World of Lost Attention; Jeff Jarvis, director, Tow-Knight Center, City University of New York; Jeff Johnson, professor of computer science, University of San Francisco, previously worked at Xerox, HP Labs and Sun Microsystems; Paul Jones, professor emeritus of information science at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Anthony Judge, editor of the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential; David Karger, professor at MITs Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory; Frank Kaufmann, president of the Twelve Gates Foundation; Eric Knorr, pioneering technology journalist and editor in chief of IDG; Jonathan Kolber, a member of the TechCast Global panel of forecasters and author of a book about the threats of automation; Gary L. Kreps, director of the Center for Health and Risk Communication at George Mason University; David Krieger, director of the Institute for Communication and Leadership, based in Switzerland; Benjamin Kuipers, professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Michigan; Patrick Larvie, global lead for the workplace user-experience team at one of the worlds largest technology companies; Jon Lebkowsky, CEO, founder and digital strategist, Polycot Associates; Sam Lehman-Wilzig, professor and former chair of communication at Bar-Ilan University, Israel; Mark Lemley, director of Stanford Universitys Program in Law, Science and Technology; Peter Levine, professor of citizenship and public affairs at Tufts University; Rich Ling, professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; J. Scott Marcus, an economist, political scientist and engineer who works as a telecommunications consultant; Nathalie Marchal, senior research analyst at Ranking Digital Rights; Alice E. Marwick, assistant professor of communication at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and adviser for the Media Manipulation project at the Data & Society Research Institute; Katie McAuliffe, executive director for Digital Liberty; Pamela McCorduck, writer, consultant and author of several books, including Machines Who Think; Melissa Michelson, professor of political science, Menlo College; Steven Miller, vice provost and professor of information systems, Singapore Management University; James Morris, professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon; David Mussington, senior fellow at CIGI and director at the Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise at the University of Maryland; Alan Mutter, consultant and former Silicon Valley CEO; Beth Noveck, director, New York University Governance Lab; Concepcion Olavarrieta, foresight and economic consultant and president of the Mexico node of The Millennium Project; Fabrice Popineau, an expert on AI, computer intelligence and knowledge engineering based in France; Oksana Prykhodko, director of the European Media Platform, an international NGO; Calton Pu, professor and chair in the School of Computer Science at Georgia Tech; Irina Raicu, a member of the Partnership on AIs working group on Fair, Transparent and Accountable AI; Glynn Rogers, retired, previously senior principal engineer and a founding member at the CSIRO Centre for Complex Systems Science; Douglas Rushkoff, writer, documentarian and professor of media, City University of New York; Jean Seaton, director of the Orwell Foundation and professor of media history at the University of Westminster; Greg Sherwin, vice president for engineering and information technology at Singularity University; Henning Schulzrinne, Internet Hall of Fame member, co-chair of the Internet Technical Committee of the IEEE and professor at Columbia University; Ben Shneiderman, distinguished professor of computer science and founder of Human Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland; John Smart, foresight educator, scholar, author, consultant and speaker; Jim Spohrer, director of cognitive open technologies and the AI developer ecosystem at IBM; Sharon Sputz, executive director, strategic programs, Columbia University Data Science Institute; Jon Stine, executive director of the Open Voice Network, setting standards for AI-enabled vocal assistance; Jonathan Taplin, author of Move Fast and Break Things: How Google, Facebook and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy; Brad Templeton, internet pioneer, futurist and activist, a former president of the Electronic Frontier Foundation; Ed Terpening, consultant and industry analyst with the Altimeter Group; Ian Thomson, a pioneer developer of the Pacific Knowledge Hub; Joseph Turow, professor of communication, University of Pennsylvania; Dan S. Wallach, a professor in the systems group at Rice Universitys Department of Computer Science; Wendell Wallach, ethicist and scholar at Yale Universitys Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics; Amy Webb, founder, Future Today Institute, and professor of strategic foresight, New York University; Jim Witte, director of the Center for Social Science Research at George Mason University; Simeon Yates, a professor expert in digital culture and personal interaction at the University of Liverpool and the research lead for the UK governments Digital Culture team; Warren Yoder, longtime director at Public Policy Center of Mississippi, now an executive coach; Jillian York, director of international freedom of expression for the Electronic Frontier Foundation; and Ethan Zuckerman, director, MITs Center for Civic Media, and co-founder, Global Voices.

A selection of institutions at which some of the respondents work or have affiliations:

AAI Foresight; AI Now Research Institute of New York University; AI Impact Alliance; Access Now; Akamai Technologies; Altimeter Group; American Enterprise Institute; American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology; American Library Association; American University; American University of Afghanistan; Anticipatory Futures Group; APNIC; Arizona State University; Aspen Institute; AT&T; Atlantic Council; Australian National University; Bar-Ilan University; Benton Institute; Bloomberg Businessweek; Brookings Institution; BT Group; Canada Without Poverty; Carleton University; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Carnegie Mellon University; Center for a New American Security; Center for Data Innovation; Center for Global Enterprise; Center for Health and Risk Communication at George Mason University; Center for Strategic and International Studies; Centre for International Governance Innovation; Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France; Chinese University of Hong Kong; Cisco Systems; Citizens and Technology Lab; City University of New York; Cloudflare; Columbia University; Constellation Research; Convo Research and Strategy; Cornell University; Council of Europe; Data Across Sectors for Health at the Illinois Public Health Institute; Data & Society Research Institute; Data Science Institute at Columbia; Davis Wright Tremaine LLP; Dell EMC; Deloitte; Digital Grassroots; Digital Value Institute; Disney; DotConnectAfrica; The Economist; Electronic Frontier Foundation; Electronic Privacy Information Center; Enterprise Roundtable Accelerator; Emerson College; Fight for the Future; European Broadcasting Union; Foresight Alliance; Future Today Institute; Futuremade; Futurous; FuturePath; Futureproof Strategies; General Electric; Georgetown University; Georgia Tech; Global Business Network; Global Internet Policy Digital Watch; Global Voices; Google; Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, Harvard University; Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences; Hokkaido University; IBM; Indiana University; Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN); IDG; Ignite Social Media; Information Technology and Innovation Foundation; Institute for the Future; Instituto Superior Tcnico, Portugal; Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies; Institute for Prediction Technology; International Centre for Free and Open Source Software; International Telecommunication Union; Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF); Internet Society; Internet Systems Consortium; Johns Hopkins University; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE); Ithaka; Juniper Networks; Kyndi; Le Havre University; Leading Futurists; Lifeboat Foundation; MacArthur Research Network on Open Governance; Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Menlo College; Mercator XXI; Michigan State University; Microsoft Research; Millennium Project; Mimecast; Missions Publiques; Moses & Singer LLC; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Nautilus Magazine; New York University; Namibia University of Science and Technology; National Distance University of Spain; National Research Council of Canada; Nonprofit Technology Network; Northeastern University; North Carolina State University; Olin College of Engineering; Pinterest; Policy Horizons Canada; Predictable Network Solutions; R Street Institute; RAND; Ranking Digital Rights; Rice University; Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology; RTI International; San Jose State University; Santa Clara University; Sharism Lab; Singularity University; Singapore Management University; Sdertrn University, Sweden; Social Science Research Council; Sorbonne University; South China University of Technology; Spacetel Consultancy LLC; Stanford University; Stevens Institute of Technology; Syracuse University; Tallinn University of Technology; TechCast Global; Tech Policy Tank; Telecommunities Canada; Tufts University; The Representation Project; Twelve Gates Foundation; United Nations; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, San Diego; University College London; University of Hawaii, Manoa; University of Texas, Austin; the Universities of Alabama, Arizona, Dallas, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts, Miami, Michigan, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rochester, San Francisco and Southern California; the Universities of Amsterdam, British Columbia, Cambridge, Cyprus, Edinburgh, Groningen, Liverpool, Naples, Oslo, Otago, Queensland, Toronto, West Indies; UNESCO; U.S. Geological Survey; U.S. National Science Foundation; U.S. Naval Postgraduate School; Venture Philanthropy Partners; Verizon; Virginia Tech; Vision2Lead; Volta Networks; World Wide Web Foundation; Wellville; Whitehouse Writers Group; Wikimedia Foundation; Witness; Work Futures; World Economic Forum; XponentialEQ; and Yale University Center for Bioethics.

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Global Chiropractic Medicine Market Analysis and Forecast 2021-2026 The Manomet Current – The Manomet Current

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Virtual Reality in Medicine and Healthcare Market 2021 Competitive Landscape, Future and Global Trends by Forecast 2026 | Google, Orca Health, Brain…

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Quantum Cloud Computing: Why it is on the Rise – CIOReview

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Rather than investigating each alternative separately, developers employ quantum computing to encapsulate problems as qubits, which compute numerous combinations of variables at once.

FREMONT, CA: Scientists have been exploring quantum computing for decades. Still, it has only recently sparked a spike in commercial interest, fueled by Googles claim last year that it had achieved quantum supremacy, as well as pronouncements from industry giants. Rather than investigating each alternative separately, developers employ quantum computing to encapsulate problems as qubits, which compute numerous combinations of variables at once. This might theoretically allow researchers to swiftly solve issues requiring multiple variables, such as cracking encryption keys, examining the features of various chemical compounds, or modeling multiple business models.

Researchers have begun to show how these early quantum computers could be used in real-world scenarios. Quantum computers could, in theory, lead to significant advancements in quantum cloud computing, materials science, artificial intelligence, medicine, finance, communications, and other fields.

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In terms of quantum cloud computing services, vendors have been scrambling to outdo one another in recent years by developing quantum computing products. Azure Quantum, a general-purpose cloud solution for deploying quantum applications, was introduced by Microsoft in 2019. Braket, Amazons quantum cloud computing division, became generally available in August of 2020. IBM, too, is betting big on quantum cloud computing via IBM Quantum Experience, which builds on the companys quantum research efforts.

On the other hand, Google Cloud does not currently offer a general-purpose quantum cloud computing service, even though TensorFlow Quantum, a library for developing quantum machine-learning models, has been available since March 2020.In general, quantum cloud computing services will resemble the following: cloud providers will have remote data centers with quantum computers, similar to how they do with ordinary computers. Users will connect to them via their personal computers and either build their own software or use current software to take advantage of the computational power without having to learn how it works.

Partnerships with IonQ and D-Wave create quantum machines and provide access to actual quantum hardware. You can rent access to genuine quantum computers through the cloud using cloud services like Bracket, Azure Quantum, and IBM Quantum Experience. The disadvantage is that the quantum hardware provided by these services is still in development.

Anyone with a public cloud account can now access quantum environments thanks to the quantum cloud computing services already available on the market. To experiment with quantum software, one does not need to deal directly with a quantum hardware vendor or figure out how to put up their own quantum simulation environment. The industry is probably at least a decade away from having easy access to a production-ready quantum environment.

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NRx Pharmaceuticals Announces Positive Results for ZYESAMI (Aviptadil-acetate) and Submits Emergency Use Authorization Application to US Food and Drug…

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RADNOR, Pa., June 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- NRx Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: NRXP) (NRx), a clinical stage pharmaceutical company, today announced it has filed an application with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requesting Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for ZYESAMI (Aviptadil-acetate), to treat Critically Ill COVID-19 patients suffering with respiratory failure. Consistent with previously announced top-line data, the study identified a statistically significant increase in the likelihood that patients treated with ZYESAMI would be alive and free of respiratory failure at 60 days, compared to those treated with placebo, and identified a significantly shorter median hospital stay.1 The clinical study report filed with FDA further documents statistically significant advantages for ZYESAMI on all major secondary endpoints.

NRx Announces Positive Results for ZYESAMI, Submits EUA to treat Critical COVID-19 with Respiratory Failure

"The patients enrolled in our study were in the ICU, having exhausted all approved treatments for COVID-19," said Jonathan Javitt, M.D, MPH, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, of NRx. "We look forward to working as quickly as possible with the FDA in hopes of providing critically ill patients with a new medicine that will increase their chances of recovery and survival, enabling them to leave the hospital and return to their families significantly sooner."

Patients enrolled in the study had respiratory failure despite prior treatment with all approved medicines for COVID-19 including remdesivir. Other therapies administered included steroids, anticoagulants, and various monoclonal antibodies. Although antiviral treatment has shown advantages in treating patients with earlier stages of COVID-19. ZYESAMI is the first reported medicine to demonstrate increased recovery and survival in patients who have already progressed to respiratory failure. The randomized controlled trial outcomes remain similarly consistent with the open-label, administratively controlled trial reported in October 2020.2

"Since this pandemic started, there have been very few medications to effectively treat COVID-19," said Dushyantha Jayaweera, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine and former Associate Dean, University of Miami, who served as Principal Investigator for the COVID-AIV trial. "The positive results from this trial turned into positive implications for some of our sickest COVID-19 patients and support the clinical benefit of ZYESAMI in critically-ill COVID-19 patients with respiratory failure. Even today, despite the availability of vaccines, we continue to see severely ill patients suffering with COVID-19, who desperately need new medicines to help them recover."

The study enrolled one hundred ninety-six participants who were randomized and treated with either ZYESAMI or placebo, in addition to maximal standard of care at 10 US hospitals (www.clinicaltrials.gov NCT04311697). Patients in earlier stages of respiratory failure (those treated with high flow oxygen) were more likely to survive and recover than those who had already progressed to ventilation. However, statistically-significant benefits in the prespecified endpoint were demonstrated in both groups.

NRx previously requested limited EUA for highly co-morbid COVID-19 patients. FDA further requested randomized, prospective data regarding ZYESAMI, which are represented in this filing.

Separately, the National Institutes of Health is conducting a confirmatory trial that randomizes patients with COVID-19 respiratory failure to ZYESAMI vs. Veklury (remdesivir) and placebo in a factorial design trial (clinicaltrials.gov NCT04843761). A second nationwide trial to determine if similar benefits may be achieved in critically ill patients with inhaled ZYESAMI is being conducted on the I-SPY platform, maintained by the Quantum Leap Healthcare Collaborative.

The COVID-AIV clinical trial was co-funded by NRx and Relief Therapeutics Holding, AG (SIX: RLF,OTCQB: RLFTF). The clinical study report has been shared with Relief Therapeutics for transmission to European health regulatory authorities.

About ZYESAMI/VIP in COVID-19 Aviptadil is a synthetic form of Vasoactive Intestinal Polypeptide (VIP) first discovered by the late Prof. Sami Said in 1970, and ZYESAMI is named in his honor. Although primarily concentrated in the lung, it was first purified from the intestinal tract. VIP binds specifically to the alveolar type II cell (ATII) in the air sac (alveolus) of the lung, where it has been shown have potent anti-inflammatory/anti-cytokine activity in animal models of respiratory distress, acute lung injury, and inflammation. Most importantly, VIP stimulates ATII cells to make the surfactant that must coat the lining of the lungs in order for them to exchange oxygen with the blood. Loss of surfactant causes respiratory failure and alveolar collapse, which are hallmarks of COVID-19.

COVID-19-related respiratory failure is caused by selective infection of the ATII cell by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The ATII cells are vulnerable because of their (ACE2) surface receptors, which serve as the route of entry for the virus. Coronavirus infection of the ATII cell shuts down surfactant production, triggers the formation of inflammatory cytokines, and causes cell death (cytopathy). VIP is shown to upregulate surfactant production, block Coronavirus replication in the ATII cell, block cytokine synthesis, and prevent viral-induced cell death (cytopathy). Other than ZYESAMI, no currently proposed treatments for COVID-19 specifically target this mechanism of action.

About NRx Pharmaceuticals NRx (www.nrxpharma.com) draws upon more than 300 years of collective, scientific and drug-development experience to bring improved health to patients. In addition to its work on Aviptadil, the United States Food and Drug Administration has granted Breakthrough Therapy Designation and a Special Protocol Agreement to NRx to develop NRX-101, an investigational medicine to treat suicidal bipolar depression. NRX-101 is currently in Phase 3 trials, with readouts expected in 2022. NRx is led by executives who have held senior roles at Allergan, J&J, Lilly, Novartis, Pfizer, and the US FDA. NRx is publicly traded on the Nasdaq Global Select Exchange under the stock ticker NRXP.

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements This announcement of NRx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. includes "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the "safe harbor" provisions of the U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, which may include, but are not limited to, statements regarding our financial outlook, product development, business prospects, and market and industry trends and conditions, as well as the company's strategies, plans, objectives, and goals. These forward-looking statements are based on current beliefs, expectations, estimates, forecasts, and projections of, as well as assumptions made by, and information currently available to, the company's management.

The company assumes no obligation to revise any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Accordingly, you should not place reliance on any forward-looking statement, and all forward-looking statements are herein qualified by reference to the cautionary statements set forth above.

1 http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3830051 2 http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3665228

CORPORATE CONTACT Jack Hirschfield Sr. Director, Head of Corporate Communications, NRx jhirschfield@pharma.com 512-674-5163

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Deepak Chopra says he wants to bring awareness to psychedelics as a potential source of mind-body healing – CNBC

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Self-care leader Deepak Chopra announced a new partnership Tuesday with MindMed, a clinical-stage psychedelic medicine biotech company, and explained that the collaboration was in line with his continued interest in the relation of the mind to body.

"I am partnering with MindMed for the public education and the public awareness of the research on psychedelics," Chopra said. "I don't believe psychedelics are a panacea, but I think they have a big role...with PTSD, in mental distress depression, suicide prevention and much, much more."

A phase 3 clinical trial revealed that MDMA, popularly known as ecstasy, combined with therapy helped people with severe post-traumatic stress disorder. Two-thirds of participants in the MDMA test group no longer qualified for a diagnosis of PTSD two months after treatment. Therapists caution, however, that the treatment cannot be replicated at home with the street version of the drug.

Chopra told CNBC's "The News with Shepard Smith" that mental distress "is the number one pandemic in the world," and that every 40 seconds, someone is committing suicide, and was another reason why he wants to bring awareness to psychedelics.

Host Shepard Smith did note to Chopra that he has "a long history of supporting alternative medicines with varying results that are often questioned by doctors," and wanted to know how his partnership with MindMed is different. Smith added a quote by evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins who has said that Chopra uses "quantum jargon as plausible-sounding hocus pocus."

Chopra explained to Smith that a Google search would result in the evidence when it comes to psychedelics and mindfulness.

"You just have to look up, just Google the evidence on mindfulness and mindful awareness on psychedelics, and ignore people like Dawkins," Chopra said.

Richard Dawkins did not immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment.

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Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Next Big Thing | Major Giants D-Wave Solutions, IBM, Google, Microsoft The Shotcaller – The Shotcaller

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Global Inflammatory Markers Market Research Report, Growth Trends and Competitive Analysis 2021-2027 The Manomet Current – The Manomet Current

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‘Schitt’s Creek’ gets leading six nods on second-last Canadian Screen Awards night – Medicine Hat News

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By Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press on May 19, 2021.

TORONTO Schitts Creek was the big winner on the second-last night of this years Canadian Screen Awards, setting the stage for yet another triumphant turnout for its sixth and final season.

The internationally heralded CBC sitcom, which won seven Emmys and two Golden Globes since it ended last year, took six CSA trophies in a virtual presentation honouring creative arts and performance categories on Wednesday night.

Emily Hampshire was named best supporting actress for playing motel owner Stevie Budd, while co-creator and star Daniel Levy won two awards for writing the series finale and co-directing it with Andrew Cividino.

The show about the small-town adventures of the formerly wealthy Rose family also won honours in categories of casting, hair and costume design.

Schitts Creek was the top contender with 21 nominations going into this years CSAs, which hand out trophies in 141 film, television, and digital media categories over four nights.

The series, along with many of Wednesdays winners, are still up for several key awards in Thursdays final CSA presentation on the website and social media channels of the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.

The CBCs Baroness Von Sketch Show, which ended after its fifth season last fall, won four CSAs Wednesday for writing, picture editing, direction and best performance in a sketch comedy for the main stars.

CBCs Korean-Canadian family comedy Kims Convenience and CTVs crime drama Cardinal, which have also left the air for good, took three awards apiece.

The Kims Convenience wins included acting honours for supporting star Andrew Phung and guest performer Amanda Brugel, while Cardinal nabbed trophies including best guest performance for Shawn Doyle.

Other winners Wednesday included the late Christopher Plummer, named best supporting actor for his turn in Globals suspense drama Departure, and Tamara Podemski, named best supporting actress for her work in CBCs police procedural Coroner.

CTVs hit medical drama Transplant was honoured for best direction and writing in a drama series.

Another double winner was CBCs Indigenous coming-of-age story Trickster, which was cancelled after just one season in January amid controversy over co-creator Michelle Latimers claims of Indigenous ancestry. It took hardware for best makeup and best production design or art direction.

Historys Vikings, which also ended its run in recent months, nabbed best visual effects and best sound.

Wednesdays show mostly honoured TV but included film contenders in the category of best stunt co-ordination, which went to Jeff Barnabys Indigenous zombie thriller Blood Quantum.

Blood Quantum, about a plague infecting non-Indigenous people outside a fictional First Nations reserve, had a leading 10 film nominations going into this years CSAs.

The film trophies will be handed out Thursday.

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Global Quantum Computing Market Report 2021-2026: Assess the Technology, Companies/Organizations, R&D Efforts, and Potential Solutions – WFMZ…

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DUBLIN, April 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Quantum Computing Market by Technology, Infrastructure, Services, and Industry Verticals 2021 - 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report assesses the technology, companies/organizations, R&D efforts, and potential solutions facilitated by quantum computing.

The report provides global and regional forecasts as well as the outlook for quantum computing impact on infrastructure including hardware, software, applications, and services from 2021 to 2026. This includes the quantum computing market across major industry verticals.

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Quantum Computing Industry Impact

The implications for data processing, communications, digital commerce and security, and the internet as a whole cannot be overstated as quantum computing is poised to radically transform the ICT sector. In addition, quantum computing will disrupt entire industries ranging from government and defense to logistics and manufacturing. No industry vertical will be immune to the potential impact of quantum computing. Every industry must pay great attention to technology developments, implementation, integration, and market impacts.

Quantum Computing Capabilities

While classical (non-quantum) computers make the modern digital world possible, there are many tasks that cannot be solved using conventional computational methods. This is because of limitations in processing power. For example, fourth-generation computers cannot perform multiple computations at one time with one processor. Whereas parallel computing is achieved in classical computers via linking processors together, quantum computers may conduct multiple computations with a single processor. This is referred to as quantum parallelism and is a major difference between hyper-fast quantum computers and speed-limited classical computers.

Physical phenomena at the nanoscale indicate that a quantum computer is capable of computational feats that are orders of magnitude greater than conventional methods. This is due to the use of something referred to as a quantum bit (qubit), which may exist as a zero or one (as in classical computing) or may exist in two-states simultaneously (0 and 1 at the same time) due to the super position principle of quantum physics. This enables greater processing power than the normal binary (zero only or one only) representation of data.

Quantum computing is anticipated to support many new and enhanced capabilities including:

Quantum vs. Classical Computing

High-performance computing (HPC) refers to high-speed computation provided via a supercomputer or via parallel processing techniques such as leveraging clusters of computers to aggregate computing power. HPC is well-suited for applications that require high-performance data computation and analysis such as high-frequency trading, autonomous vehicles, genomics-based personalized medicine, computer-aided design, deep learning, and more.

While quantum computing does not utilize a faster clock-speed than classical computing, it is much faster than traditional computing infrastructure for solving certain problems as quantum computers can handle exponentially larger data sets. Accordingly, quantum computing is well-positioned to support certain industry verticals and solve specific problems such as cybersecurity and cryptocurrencies that rely upon prime factorings such as cryptology and blockchain-dependent solutions.

Quantum Computing Technology Development

While there is great promise for quantum computing, it remains largely in the research and development (R&D) stage as companies, universities, and research organizations seek to solve some of the practical problems for commercialization such as how to keep a qubit stable. The stability problem is due to molecules always being in motion, even if that motion is merely a small vibration. When qubits are disturbed, a condition referred to as decoherence occurs, rendering computing results unpredictable or even useless. One of the potential solutions is to use super-cooling methods such as cryogenics.

Some say there is a need to reach absolute zero (the temperature at which all molecular motion ceases), but that is a theoretical temperature that is practically impossible to reach and maintain, requiring enormous amounts of energy. There are some room-temperature quantum computers in R&D using photonic qubits, but nothing is yet scalable. Some experts say that if the qubit energy level is high enough, cryogenic type cooling is not a requirement.

Alternatives include ion trap quantum computing and other methods to achieve very cold super-cooled small-scale demonstration level computing platforms. There are additional issues involved with implementing and operating quantum computing. In terms of maintenance, quantum systems must be kept at subzero temperatures to keep the qubits stable, which creates trouble for people working with them and expensive, energy-consuming equipment to support. Some of those additional issues include:

Once these issues are overcome, we anticipate that quantum computing will become more mainstream for solving specific types of problems. However, there will remain general-purpose computing problems that must be solved with classical computing. In fact, we anticipate development of solutions that involve quantum and classical CPUs on the same computing platform, which will be capable of solving combined general purpose and use case-specific computation problems. These next generation computing systems will provide the best of both worlds, which will be high-speed, general-purpose computing combined with use case-specific ultra-performance for certain tasks that will remain outside the range of binary computation for the foreseeable future.

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Raytheon Technologies Appoints Bernard A. Harris Jr. to Board of Directors – PRNewswire

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"We are honored to have Dr. Harris join our board," said Raytheon Technologies chief executive officer Greg Hayes. "His groundbreaking work in space and his impressive leadership across business, education and healthcare are remarkable. We expect our management team, employees and shareowners will benefit from his extensive experience and from the leadership he demonstrates in community development."

A veteran astronaut, Harris has logged more than 438 hours and traveled over 7.2 million miles in space. Selected into the Astronaut Corps in January 1990, he was a mission specialist on the space shuttle Columbia in 1993 and a payload commander on the space shuttle Discovery in 1995, becoming the first African American to walk in space. While at NASA, he conducted research in musculoskeletal physiology and clinical investigations of space adaptation, and he also developed in-flight medical devices to extend astronaut stays in space.

Harris is CEO and managing partner of Vesalius Ventures Inc., a venture capital firm that invests in early- to mid-stage healthcare technologies and companies. He is a member of the board of directors of U.S. Physical Therapy and Monebo Technologies. He serves as a trustee/director for Salient and Barings investment funds. In addition, he is on the boards of the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine - Board on Health Policy, the Texas Medical Center, CHI St. Luke's Health System, and the Harris Institute & Foundation.

Harris said, "I am truly honored by this opportunity. I am professionally and personally aligned to the very causes that are at the heart of Raytheon Technologies: space exploration, innovation, education and the importance of the corporation as a positive force in community development."

Harris, who is 64 years old and lives in Houston, has extensive community and philanthropic experience. In 1998, he established the Harris Foundation, a nonprofit whose mission is to invest in community-based initiatives to support education, health and wealth. In addition, Harris is currently the chief executive officer of the National Math and Science Initiative, a nonprofit organization that supports STEM education.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Houston, a Master of Medical Science from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Houston - Clear Lake, and a Doctor of Medicine from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine. He completed a residency in internal medicine at the Mayo Clinic, a National Research Council Fellowship in endocrinology at the NASA Ames Research Center and trained as a flight surgeon at the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine. He is also a licensed private pilot and certified scuba diver.

Harris is the recipient of numerous awards, including seven honorary doctorates, the NASA Space Flight Medal and the NASA Award of Merit. He is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and was the recipient of the 2000 Horatio Alger Award.

About Raytheon Technologies

Raytheon Technologies Corporation is an aerospace and defense company that provides advanced systems and services for commercial, military and government customers worldwide. With four industry-leading businesses Collins Aerospace Systems, Pratt & Whitney, Raytheon Intelligence & Space, and Raytheon Missiles & Defense the company delivers solutions that push the boundaries in avionics, cybersecurity, directed energy, electric propulsion, hypersonics, and quantum physics. The company, formed in 2020 through the combination of Raytheon Company and the United Technologies Corporation aerospace businesses, is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

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Future Scope of Alternative And Complementary Medicine Market by Key Segments, Growth Size, Emerging Trends and Forecast to 2026 Clark County Blog -…

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Global Alternative And Complementary Medicine Market report provides detailed analysis which includes industry scope and market statistics, value, and growth rate during 2021-2026. Alternative And Complementary Medicine market segmentation analysis gives a clearer view of the market based on product type, various applications, and diverse regions. The latest business strategies of the key players and the new entering market industries are studied in detail with SWOT analysis, revenue share and contact information are shared in this report analysis.

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North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)

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Latin America (Brazil, Rest of L.A.)

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The global Alternative And Complementary Medicine Market Segment is anticipated to rise at a considerable rate during the forecast period, between 2021 and 2026. In 2021, the market was growing at a steady rate and with the rising adoption of strategies by key players, the market is expected to rise over the projected horizon.

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‘Chinese Traditional Culture University’ Turns Out to Be Fake – What’s on Weibo

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Western brands faced heavy criticism in China this week when a social media storm erupted over the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) and its brand members for no longer sourcing from Chinas Xinjiang region. The Xinjiang cotton ban led to a major Xinjiang cotton support campaign on Weibo, and a boycott for those brands siding with BCI.

In 2019, an extensive brand witch hunt took place on Weibo and other Chinese social media networks in light of the protests in Hong Kong, with international fashion and luxury brands, from Versace to Swarovski, getting caught in the crossfire for listing Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan as separate countries or regions not part of China on their official websites or brand T-shirts.

Now, another brand witch hunt is taking place on Chinese social media. This time, it is not about Hong Kong, but about Xinjiang and its cotton industry.

H&M, Uniqlo, Nike, Adidas and other international brands have caused public outrage for the stand theyve taken against the alleged use of forced labor involving the Muslim Uyghur minority to produce cotton in Chinas western region of Xinjiang.

The social media storm started earlier this week on Wednesday, March 24, and is linked to H&M and the BCI (Better Cotton Initiative), a Swiss NGO that aims to promote better standards in cotton farming.

In October 2020, H&M shared a statement on its site in which the Swedish retailer said it was deeply concerned over reports of forced labor in the production of cotton in Xinjiang, officially Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region (XUAR).

H&M stated that it would no longer source cotton from Xinjiang, following the BCI decision to suspend licensing of BCI cotton in the region.

The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is the largest cotton sustainability program in the world. It practices across 23 countries and accounts for 22% of global cotton production. The governance group was established in 2005 in cooperation with WWF and leading retailers, with the aim of promoting the widespread use of improved farm practices.

While H&M is a top member of the Better Cotton Initiative (link), many others brands such as IKEA, Gap, Adidas, Nike, Levis, and C&A are also brand members.

January 2020 In January of 2020, the BCI was slammed by Dr Adrian Zenz, a senior fellow with the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation in Washington DC, for its refusal to pull out of the Xinjiang region. At the time, 20 percent of its better cotton was sourced from Xinjiang, which is Chinas largest cotton growing area.

According to a 2020 report by EcoTextile, the BCI maintained that its implicated council member, the yarn producer Huafu, denied the allegations and that an independent audit of the companys Aksu facility in Xinjiang had failed to identify any instances of forced labor. An earlier report by Adidas from 2019 also stated that their independent investigations found no evidence of forced labor.

March 2020 In late March of 2020, the BCI reportedly did suspend activities with licensed farmers in the Xinjiang region for the 2020/21 cotton season while also contracting a global expert to conduct an external review of the Xinjiang situation. Chinese state media Global Times later reported that despite suspending its licensing activities, the BCI would remain committed to cotton farming communities in Xinjiang and would continue to engage in activities in the region.

July 2020 The pressure on BCI and other brands to stop sourcing from Xinjiang was heightened when a coalition of civil society groups raised concerns over the treatment of the Uyghur Muslim minority in China and the grave risk of forced labor. Reuters reported that more than 180 organizations urged brands from Adidas to Amazon to end sourcing of cotton and clothing from the region and cut ties with any suppliers in China that would benefit from the alleged forced labour of Uyghur other Muslim groups.

October 2020 In October of 2020, the Better Cotton Initiative announced it would cease all field-level activities in Xinjiang with immediate effect because the region had reportedly become an increasingly untenable operating environment. The aforementioned statement by H&M came out in the same month.

March 2021 By late March 2021, various Chinese state media reported on the BCI suspension. These reports came days after a coordinated effort by the United States, the European Union, Britain and Canada to impose sanctions on Chinese officials over Chinas alleged human rights violations and abuses in Xinjiang, something which was called a concerted effort to slander Chinas policies in its Xinjiang region by Global Times. The news outlet linked these anti-China forces efforts to the BCI decision to suspend its Xinjiang activities.

The news developments were followed by a wave of social media boycott movements and Chinese brand ambassadors cutting ties with international brands, with H&M being the main target over its Xinjiang statement.

Chinese e-commerce platforms Taobao, JD.com, Pinduoduo, Suning.com, and Meituans Dianping on Thursday all removed H&M from their platforms, with Chinese Android app stores also removing H&M. On Thursday, a search for H&M came up with no results on these sites (see images below).

Two of Chinas largest online maps also removed H&M from its systems.

On Thursday, virtually all topics in Weibos top trending lists related to the Xinjiang cotton ban (see image below), with Chinese famous influencers and celebrities one by one announcing they would terminate their contracts with international brands related to the Xinjiang cotton ban.

The storm became so big this week that some people on social media even commented that if youre a Chinese celebrity and you dont have any contracts to terminate now, youre not doing so well.

After H&M, an entire list of brands was targeted, including Adidas, Nike, Calvin Klein, New Balance, Tommy Hilfiger, Uniqlo, Converse, Puma, Burberry, and Lacoste.

In light of the heated discussions and calls for boycotts, there was also another hashtag that popped up on Weibo, namely that of dont make it hard for the workers (). The hashtag came up after some Chinese staff members at Nike and Adidas stores were scolded on a live stream, with netizens calling on people to stay rational and not let the boycott turn into personal attacks on people. But another popular video showed a man in Chongqing calling customers out in an H&M store for buying their trash.

Another hashtag gaining many views, 520 million in total, was that of two girls from Xinjiang dancing outside H&M (#HM#) it was linked to a video that showed two women performing outside of a H&M store in Chongqing.

Meanwhile, some brands, including Chinese company Anta Sports and the Japanese Asics, reportedly announced they would leave the Better Cotton Initiative in order to continue sourcing cotton from Xinjiang.

The discussions on Xinjiang as Weibo saw this week are unprecedented, as Xinjiang was previously a sensitive topic on Chinese social media and was barely discussed in political contexts. The last time Xinjiang became a big topic of discussion on Chinese social media was in 2018, when CCTV aired a program on the regions vocational education programs in Xinjiang. That media moment triggered mixed reactions on Weibo, with some commenters wondering what the difference between a re-education center and a prison is.

While Chinese netizens and celebrities play a major role in the storm that erupted over BCI, H&M, and Xinjiang cotton, the role of Chinese state media is pivotal.

Over the past week, various state media outlets posted strong messages regarding the ban in various ways, the most noteworthy one being Peoples Dailys I Support Xinjiang Cotton (##) hashtag, which had garnered six billion views by the weekend. The H&M Group released a statement that sparked outrage among netizens. Lets pass it on together: Support Xinjiang Cotton, the tagline of the hashtag page said.

The message came with an image saying Xinjiang Mianhua (Xinjiang cotton) in a similar font to the H&M logo, the H and M within mianhua being identical to the H&M letters.

The image and post by Peoples Daily was shared over 36 million times.

Another image by Peoples Daily published on March 25 said that the Chinese market does not welcome those who slander China.

The Communist Youth League also contributed to the online storm by posting about H&M, writing: On the one hand they are starting rumors and boycotting Xinjiang cotton, on the other hand they want to make money in China. Dream on, H&M! That post received around 430,000 likes.

Various official media, including Global Times and China Daily, posted about cotton production in Xinjiang. Besides refuting the forced labor accusations and accusing Western players of hypocrisy and ulterior motives, a recurring issue stressed is how 42 percent of Xinjiangs cotton is harvested by machines. Ministry of Commerce spokesman Gao Feng was quoted as saying that the so-called forced labor in Xinjiang is nonexistent and entirely imaginary. The spotless white Xinjiang cotton brooks no slander.

On March 27, Peoples Daily posted a rap video by Xinjiang Youth () on its official Weibo channel (video below) that included some tough lines attacking Western powers, companies, and media.

Also noteworthy in this propaganda campaign is how the Canadian YouTuber Daniel Dumbrill got caught up, as what he said in one of his videos was quoted by Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying () on March 27 during a press conference, with his video being screened before the conference.

In this video, that was part of a larger panel on Xinjiang, Dumbrill responded to the decision-making process on how Chinas treatment of Uyghurs is called a genocide.

Recently, a number of countries and parliaments including the U.S., Canada and the Netherlands have declared that Chinas crackdown on the Muslim minorities amounts to genocide in violation of the U.N. Genocide Convention. Dumbrill talks about why the Xinjiang narratives matter to both the foreign and domestic politics of the US and other Western countries, with Dumbril claiming it isnt really about human rights and a care for overseas Muslims but about other political goals. Dumbrills video was praised by authorities, state media, and by Chinese netizens.

We have to push for the truth to come out, some netizens commented. Others wrote: But were only allowed to discuss it from within [the country].

Meanwhile, while many companies are seeing sales falling, there are also many who are benefiting from the current developments. Some sellers on Taobao have found another way to attract customers, promoting their products as being made with 100% Xinjiang Cotton!

As this is an ongoing topic, we will report more later. Meanwhile, dont forget to follow us on Twitter.

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About National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce

NIST's Communications Technology Laboratory's Radio Frequency (RF) Technology Division develops theory, metrology and standards for the technologies that drive the future of wireless communications. Our work spans on-chip measurements of the transistors that generate wireless signals, the testing of free-field signals and the antennas that send and receive them, and the characterization of the integrated circuits that receive and process signals. Our work on fundamental radio frequency (RF) measurement is carried out by four groups: High-Speed Measurements, RF Electronics, RF Fields, and Shared Spectrum Metrology. For decades, we have been developing new theories, new algorithms, new software, and new hardware to advance the metrological state-of-the-art for the U.S. wireless industry. We continue to invent new ways to accomplish this mission, including the worlds first robotic-arm antenna testing system, our electro-optic sampling system for on-chip metrology, our quantum field probe for antenna testing, and the new NIST Broadband Interoperability Test Bed (NBIT), among others. As our longstanding collaborations with the wireless industry identify new focus areas for our unique capabilities, this list will continue to grow.

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Alternative And Complementary Medicine Market Growth, Size, Analysis and Trends to 2027| Pacific Nutritional Inc., Herb Pharm., Herbal Hills KSU |…

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United States of America:-The Alternative And Complementary Medicine market report provides a detailed analysis of global market size, regional and country-level market size, segmentation market growth, market share, competitive Landscape, sales analysis, impact of domestic and global market players, value chain optimization, trade regulations, recent developments, opportunities analysis, strategic market growth analysis, product launches, area marketplace expanding, and technological innovations.

The global Alternative And Complementary Medicine market size is expected to gain market growth in the forecast period of 2021 to 2027, with a CAGR of xx% in the forecast period of 2021 to 2027 and will expected to reach USD xx million by 2027, from USD xx million in 2019.

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The key regions covered in the Alternative And Complementary Medicine market report are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa. It also covers key regions (countries), viz, U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, etc.

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Quantum Computing in Health Care Market 2021 Global Industry Size, Growth, Segments, Revenue, Manufacturers and 2027 Forecast Research Report| D-Wave…

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1 Market Overview of Quantum Computing in Health Care 1.1 Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Overview 1.1.1 Quantum Computing in Health Care Product Scope 1.1.2 Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Status and Outlook 1.2 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size Overview by Region 2016 VS 2021VS 2027 1.3 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size by Region (2016-2027) 1.4 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Historic Market Size by Region (2016-2021) 1.5 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size Forecast by Region (2022-2027) 1.6 Key Regions, Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size (2016-2027) 1.6.1 North America Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size (2016-2027) 1.6.2 Europe Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size (2016-2027) 1.6.3 Asia-Pacific Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size (2016-2027) 1.6.4 Latin America Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size (2016-2027) 1.6.5 Middle East & Africa Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size (2016-2027) 2 Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Overview by Type 2.1 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size by Type: 2016 VS 2021 VS 2027 2.2 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Historic Market Size by Type (2016-2021) 2.3 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Forecasted Market Size by Type (2022-2027) 2.4 Diagnostic Assistance 2.5 Precision Medicine 2.6 Others 3 Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Overview by Application 3.1 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size by Application: 2016 VS 2021 VS 2027 3.2 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Historic Market Size by Application (2016-2021) 3.3 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Forecasted Market Size by Application (2022-2027) 3.4 Hospital 3.5 Research Institute 3.6 Other 4 Quantum Computing in Health Care Competition Analysis by Players 4.1 Global Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size by Players (2016-2021) 4.2 Global Top Players by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) & (based on the Revenue in Quantum Computing in Health Care as of 2020) 4.3 Date of Key Players Enter into Quantum Computing in Health Care Market 4.4 Global Top Players Quantum Computing in Health Care Headquarters and Area Served 4.5 Key Players Quantum Computing in Health Care Product Solution and Service 4.6 Competitive Status 4.6.1 Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Concentration Rate 4.6.2 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans 5 Company (Top Players) Profiles and Key Data 5.1 D-Wave Solutions 5.1.1 D-Wave Solutions Profile 5.1.2 D-Wave Solutions Main Business 5.1.3 D-Wave Solutions Quantum Computing in Health Care Products, Services and Solutions 5.1.4 D-Wave Solutions Quantum Computing in Health Care Revenue (US$ Million) & (2016-2021) 5.1.5 D-Wave Solutions Recent Developments 5.2 IBM 5.2.1 IBM Profile 5.2.2 IBM Main Business 5.2.3 IBM Quantum Computing in Health Care Products, Services and Solutions 5.2.4 IBM Quantum Computing in Health Care Revenue (US$ Million) & (2016-2021) 5.2.5 IBM Recent Developments 5.3 Google 5.3.1 Google Profile 5.3.2 Google Main Business 5.3.3 Google Quantum Computing in Health Care Products, Services and Solutions 5.3.4 Google Quantum Computing in Health Care Revenue (US$ Million) & (2016-2021) 5.3.5 Microsoft Recent Developments 5.4 Microsoft 5.4.1 Microsoft Profile 5.4.2 Microsoft Main Business 5.4.3 Microsoft Quantum Computing in Health Care Products, Services and Solutions 5.4.4 Microsoft Quantum Computing in Health Care Revenue (US$ Million) & (2016-2021) 5.4.5 Microsoft Recent Developments 5.5 Rigetti Computing 5.5.1 Rigetti Computing Profile 5.5.2 Rigetti Computing Main Business 5.5.3 Rigetti Computing Quantum Computing in Health Care Products, Services and Solutions 5.5.4 Rigetti Computing Quantum Computing in Health Care Revenue (US$ Million) & (2016-2021) 5.5.5 Rigetti Computing Recent Developments 5.6 Intel 5.6.1 Intel Profile 5.6.2 Intel Main Business 5.6.3 Intel Quantum Computing in Health Care Products, Services and Solutions 5.6.4 Intel Quantum Computing in Health Care Revenue (US$ Million) & (2016-2021) 5.6.5 Intel Recent Developments 5.7 Anyon Systems Inc. 5.7.1 Anyon Systems Inc. Profile 5.7.2 Anyon Systems Inc. Main Business 5.7.3 Anyon Systems Inc. Quantum Computing in Health Care Products, Services and Solutions 5.7.4 Anyon Systems Inc. Quantum Computing in Health Care Revenue (US$ Million) & (2016-2021) 5.7.5 Anyon Systems Inc. Recent Developments 5.8 Cambridge Quantum Computing Limited 5.8.1 Cambridge Quantum Computing Limited Profile 5.8.2 Cambridge Quantum Computing Limited Main Business 5.8.3 Cambridge Quantum Computing Limited Quantum Computing in Health Care Products, Services and Solutions 5.8.4 Cambridge Quantum Computing Limited Quantum Computing in Health Care Revenue (US$ Million) & (2016-2021) 5.8.5 Cambridge Quantum Computing Limited Recent Developments 5.9 Origin Quantum Computing Technology 5.9.1 Origin Quantum Computing Technology Profile 5.9.2 Origin Quantum Computing Technology Main Business 5.9.3 Origin Quantum Computing Technology Quantum Computing in Health Care Products, Services and Solutions 5.9.4 Origin Quantum Computing Technology Quantum Computing in Health Care Revenue (US$ Million) & (2016-2021) 5.9.5 Origin Quantum Computing Technology Recent Developments 6 North America 6.1 North America Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size by Country (2016-2027) 6.2 United States 6.3 Canada 7 Europe 7.1 Europe Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size by Country (2016-2027) 7.2 Germany 7.3 France 7.4 U.K. 7.5 Italy 7.6 Russia 7.7 Nordic 7.8 Rest of Europe 8 Asia-Pacific 8.1 Asia-Pacific Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size by Region (2016-2027) 8.2 China 8.3 Japan 8.4 South Korea 8.5 Southeast Asia 8.6 India 8.7 Australia 8.8 Rest of Asia-Pacific 9 Latin America 9.1 Latin America Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size by Country (2016-2027) 9.2 Mexico 9.3 Brazil 9.4 Rest of Latin America 10 Middle East & Africa 10.1 Middle East & Africa Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Size by Country (2016-2027) 10.2 Turkey 10.3 Saudi Arabia 10.4 UAE 10.5 Rest of Middle East & Africa 11 Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Dynamics 11.1 Quantum Computing in Health Care Industry Trends 11.2 Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Drivers 11.3 Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Challenges 11.4 Quantum Computing in Health Care Market Restraints 12 Research Finding /Conclusion 13 Methodology and Data Source 13.1 Methodology/Research Approach 13.1.1 Research Programs/Design 13.1.2 Market Size Estimation 13.1.3 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation 13.2 Data Source 13.2.1 Secondary Sources 13.2.2 Primary Sources 13.3 Disclaimer 13.4 Author List

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