Local Anchorage news, United States of America
American scientists have found that about 70% of emotional reactions to certain situations can be called universal for the inhabitants of the planet
The researchers trained the algorithm to recognize 16 types of facial expressions associated with various categories of emotions (fun, anger, awe, concentration, confusion, contempt, satisfaction, desire, disappointment, doubt, delight, interest, pain, sadness, surprise, triumph).
The scientists then matched the facial expressions with the contexts and scenarios in which they appeared in different parts of the world. As a result, they found striking similarities in the way people living in different geographical and cultural realities use facial expressions in different social contexts (experiencing certain events).
When analyzing the videos, it turned out that people all over the world are equally delighted during fireworks, celebrate at weddings, wrinkle their eyebrows with concentration during martial arts, experience pain when lifting weights and triumph in sports competitions.
Latest news Anchorage - here are the news of nearby cities
SEATTLE COPS KILLED A MAN THREATENING AND ATTACKING PEOPLE
Police arrived at West Mercer Site and Elliott Avenues West about three pm on Tues after multiple Emergency calls claimed that a guy with weapons was threatening people and attacking them.
S.P.D claims 2 police fired their guns during a Taser activation, which hit the guy.
The guy was declared dead at the site after first aid was given by policemen.
The Department of the King sheriff's department will perform an impartial investigation, through the procedure. Power Response Unit and Crime Spot Forensic officers reacted to the accident. Representatives of the Division of Public Transparency and the Attorney General's Agency were also included as were members of the K.C.S.O.
SEATTLE TECH LEADERS RELEASE GUIDE FOR WORKING PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS DURING THE CORONA CRISIS
Working parents in the last few months do not have easy working from home while taking care of their kids.
This is why a community of Seattle technology national leaders launched a new guide for businesses to better empower employed parents/caregivers in small and medium-sized companies.
Seattle company 'Legs Up' led the study and sought support from HR representatives at organizations like Avalara, Convoy, Reverb, Rover, Textio, Zillow, and much more.
"The tutorial contains quotations about what parents and caregivers are suffering, resources for firms that provide one‘s staff (such as discounts), specific recommendations for changing H.R laws and policies, quotations and recommendations from city-wide directors, and much more," stated “ Jessica Egert, chief executive officer of Leg Up.
With institutions of higher learning quickly moving towards distance education and the lack of adequate care options, employed parents experience the almost unfeasible task of managing their career paths with taking care of their kids.
SEATTLE BASED VACCINE SHOW PROMISING RESULT TO FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19
Medicine-maker-Moderna today revealed positive tests in the 1st Seattle based corona-virus drug research. Kaiser Permanante's drug trial is evaluating the drug Moderna has produced.
Tests indicate patients, including those with the lowest dosage, had receptors identical to those who had corona-virus and healed from it in their plasma.
The drug consists of, no bacterial infection but, consists of an infection R.N.A. 45 citizens of the Seattle area contributed to the report.
Jennifer Haller, 44 was the first to come from Seattle. It looked like a flu medicine, she added. The very next day her only complaint was a slight pain in her shoulder.
She was happy with today's confirmed performance.
"It is very, very great to know this one has beneficial results," Haller stated. "I believe this will encourage us to think about moving out above themselves and finding ways to support and making use of the opportunity we have of serving us."
Bothell's Neal Browning is also on the medical study.
"I've been excited, I've been filling my investments big," Browning stated. "So incredible to know these reports."
"We don't know whether it can create the spike proteins when we get the shot. We do not know whether the products possess the spike proteins, whether our immunity system can recognize it? And so if it detects it, does it generate the correct antigens? It seems like we're finding the lottery; all 3 have occurred."
Moderna has F.D.A clearance for study step Two. Step Three will commence this summer.
In Phase 2, 601 clinicians will be included.
If it remains to be promising, Moderna confirmed that the drug could be authorized as quickly as in the collapse for urgent use for people at high risk, such as first rescue workers and healthcare experts.
BAY KIDS CLUB IS NAVIGATES THROUGH OUTBREAK
Oregon and Washington's dissolution of schools has required educators to be innovative in communicating with learners.
And like other services for education the problem wasn't any unique.
On Tues, Taylor Gilbert of Bay Socialites visited AM Plus to discuss how well the group is handling the outbreak.
PORTLAND IS RELAXING ITS STAY AT HOME EMERGENCY ORDER FOR UNESSENTIAL BUSINESS
On Mon, the day of a simulated emergencies-Council meeting, the Committee agreed that it would no longer implement aspect of the directive that prevented unessential companies from sending out goods or enabling pick-up on the roadside.
The initial town-wide directive created uncertainty of whether companies, including bookshops and yarn retailers, considered unessential, might deliver items via the mailbox or provide kurbside pick-up.
Portland-Councilman Tae Chong claims it's about seeking a practical way to redevelop.
"I don't really want to admit that any company is more important than others. As soon as we have a standardized way of keeping workers secure and people safe that is what I am searching for," retorted Chong.
The complete committee will debate the gauge at its Apr Twenty-seven meeting.
City administrators gave a notice that parks would be closed if the public did not comply with the social distance policy.
PORTLAND - It's been a fantastic weekend, and Portland Parks is still running, but the city officials are urging people to obey social distance policy.
Mark with Portland Parks and Entertainment indicated that if the public did not comply with the social distance rules that we have to close parks.
Orange sky over San Francisco
Smoke from forest fires in California covered San Francisco, causing the sky to turn orange.
In total, about 14 thousand firefighters are involved in fighting fire in this American state.
This year, fires have destroyed more than 1 million hectares of California's forests, killing at least eight people.
Firefighters battle huge fire in a warehouse in San Francisco
A massive fire broke out in a warehouse in San Francisco on Saturday morning at San Francisco's Pier 45. Fire Department controlled it.
According to the San Francisco Fire Department, the fire started at around 4:15 a.m. At that time, no one was in the Warehouse.
Firefighters responded to the area of Taylor and Jones Street as the fire was first reported as a 1-alarm, but it grows up to become a 4-alarm.
The fire took more than a hundred fire units and 45 fire trucks to get diminished, and among these, one fire truck got damaged.
According to the fire officials, a part of the building collapsed, and the flames of fire reached above 100 feet of height.
One firefighter got an injury in his hand and arm and has immediately taken to a hospital. No other injuries were reported from the scene.
Lieutenant Jonathan Baxter said that
the firefighters were able to save the historic SS Jeremiah O'Brien and the museum on the pier.
"The fireboat St. Francis, San Francisco Fireboat 3, was put in the position to protect the historic Jeremiah O'Brien vessel. The St. Francis, per my operations chief, saved the Jeremiah O'Brien vessel," Lt. Jonathan Baxter said.
The Sgbp ID or (SECURITY FOR GAYS AND BISEXUAL PROTECTION IDENTIFICATION) is a new system that the LGBT community created. It's a identification process to check if someone has a history of being a sex offender. Due to hate crime and racism most people specially in LGBT community has been terrorized by this people/s who commit crimes. The SGBP ID will protect you to those people. People now a days who have this kind of ID are people who been abused like raped, robbed and other awful crimes or offence. You need to protect yourself value your life get the ID to make sure no one will hurt you. The only history you will see once you check the ID is the History of owner if he/she commit an offence. 
A WAITRESS GOT $1800 AS A TIP
In the week, a waitress from Sacramento was astonished to get a $1,800 gratuity left by the customer. She hosted a relatively local group in the Wildwood Cafe and bar of the Courtyards on Tuesday night Kathleen Moreno told her. Like any other client that arrives at the restaurant, she retorted that she regarded them with respect and dignity. The payment of the group pertained to almost $165. Moreno said that a female lady in the group paid the bill and that she was shocked by the amount she had transcribed once she got the returned check. She hasn't ever encountered or seen the lady before, Moreno notified. This evening's table was only one of four she had already been clamoring for.
SACRAMENTO — One person stated as man was injured at Oak Park Shooting. Sacramento investigate a Saturday night shooting at Oak Park which really abandoned one person is injured.
The shooting took place around 6:49 p.m. by the police. Towards the San Jose Way 2900. According to the authorities, there is no such life risk and nobody has been dead until now, but further information is provided because there is no idea who is shooting and why the area is being watched.
Sacramento PD stated that the victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and took himself to the hospital immediately by the authorities. Police said at this time there is no suspicious information available.