North Carolina is the fourth state to report an identified case of B.1.351. As of Feb. 9, nine cases of infection with the variant had been identified in residents of South Carolina, Maryland and Virginia. “Actual damages” is too narrow a concept that doesn’t match the psychological and emotional trauma that comes from being robbed of your home, Hudson said. You can’t put a dollar figure on the suffering tenants endure, she said. What’s the cost of sleeping in your car for two weeks? For not having a door or heat? Of having to watch your kids suffer from losing their home?.
Most stock quote data provided by BATS. Market indices are shown in real time, except for the DJIA, which is delayed by two minutes. All times are ET. Facebook is working on a smartwatch that could allow users to send messages through its services, including WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger, and offer health and fitness features, according to a report. It says that the smartwatch could go on sale next year, but Facebook has not shared any information on it yet. The smartwatch from Facebook will join its growing hardware ecosystem that includes virtual reality headsets, video calling devices, and upcoming augmented reality (AR) smart glasses.
Deepfakes are yet another concern. This technique manipulates visual and/or audio content using Deep Neural Nets based machine learning methods. It changes how a person, object or environment is represented. “The colors are based on the Dutch Prince’s flag. The seal is old,” Yang asserted, referring to the official NYC seal borne by the flag. “Corey Johnson [speaker of the NYC Council] proposed having a new flag designed by artists in New York as a symbol of civic pride,” Yang declared and Yang apparently agrees with him: “I like the idea of a more modern flag for NYC.” In Mr.
These exciting pieces provide us with a glimpse into that stage in her development when the painterly techniques of her earlier work ran headlong into the more freewheeling design concerns that drove her work forward in the 1990s.” Robert AyresARTnews, Summer 2005″Moving away from the dense packed compositions full of bright color juxtaposed with dark, hovering, ominous shapes, Sochynsky is finding a new voice in small whimsical floating objects. Individual shapes, often ambiguous and imbued with a personal twist, rendering them momentarily reminiscent of recognizable forms. And yet they simultaneously obscure any particular association, as they hover hauntingly reminding of us of the often surreal juxtaposition of images found in her monumental works.