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Google has introduced an application that uses artificial intelligence to help people understand the condition of their skin, hair and nails
Users can use their phone's camera to take three pictures of the problem area, such as a rash on the arm. They will then answer a series of questions about their skin type and other symptoms. As a result, the tool gives a list of possible diseases that it is trained to recognize. Google stressed that the program is not designed to diagnose the problem.
The company decided to fight skin diseases with artificial intelligence because of their prevalence.
More than half a million children were affected by the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti last weekend
Children who survived lost loved ones, received terrible trauma and saw the collapse of their homes and schools.
Fearing further falling in love, many sleep or undergo the procedure outdoors under an impromptu awning.
You can help children in Haiti by making a donation today.
An unpacked 1996 computer game, Super Mario 64, was sold at a Heritage auction in Dallas on July 11 for $ 1,560,000
Two days before the sale of Super Mario, a rare version of the video game Legend of Zelda, released in late 1987, was sold at auction. The lot was bought for 870 thousand dollars - it was a record for a video game at auction.
American singer Miley Cyrus in a new video called for vaccination against COVID-19.
The music video for the song "Angels Like You" was filmed while Cyrus performed at a special concert as part of the Super Bowl pre-party.
POLICE DEPARTMENT OF DALLAS ASKING FOR HELP TO FIND THE MISSING TEENAGER
The Regional Shelter for Lost & Neglected Kids is calling for help from the community in locating a Fourteen-year-old teenager who was last seen about Two and a half weeks ago.
Anna Blairs, Five ft 5 inches, weighs 120 pounds, and has blue eyes and black hair. She was last spotted on May 01.
Anybody with info about her whereabouts should contact the central Police Department in Dallas.
Two missing children’s mother in custody, police are still searching
3-year-old Miracle Lashay Crook and 2-year-old Tony Demone Crook were last seen on May 22 near 21st and Insterstate 44, whose mother is in custody. Tulsa police are in search of the missing children, and they released a picture where the children were last spotted with their mother at a convenience store around 8:15 am.
The dive teams looked for the children in the ponds surrounding the place where the children were last spotted.
Although they have used all that the department has, Chief Franklin says that they are appealing the public to help in bringing the kids home. As per the officers, one of their family members was the last person to see the children.
Shooting in south Tulsa under investigation
Similar to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, the Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frier puts out an order that An eighteen-year-old man was shot on his lower back and was taken to the local hospital. Police reached the crime scene on Friday afternoon near 81st and Lewis. Along with the victim, two other youngsters were present in the car. The victim is expected to recover soon. However, police are conflicting stories among the three occupants, and the detectives are investigating the situation.
West-Nile-Virus-carrying mosquitoes detected in Tulsa
Authorities of the Tulsa Health Department (THD) confirmed the presence of West Nile Virus (WNV) in the mosquito samples collected from a trap in Tulsa County. As per WHO and the American Mosquito Control Association, there is no evidence that mosquitoes can transmit COVID-19, a virus that affects the respiratory system and spreads maximally via droplets when an infected person sneezes, coughs or talks. Mosquitoes can transmit viruses like WNV, and hence, people are recommended to use repellents containing DEET.
THD functions on an efficient budget to control mosquito populations by nationally-recognized mosquito surveillance programs which also helps to affirm the presence of mosquito-borne illnesses in the community. The target of the surveillance is to identify the presence of mosquitoes, to know its abundance, species, make a hazard appraisal, and give a premise to control. Control strategies incorporate larviciding and spraying when required. The mosquito surveillance has implemented new testing guidelines and is working to trap potential WNV positive mosquitoes as soon as possible. Every year since 2003, human cases of WNV disease are observed in Tulsa County. The virus infects human via mosquito bites, and the symptoms of this disease include headache, sudden onset of fever, muscle weakness and dizziness. Precautions to be taken are:
- Do not dump waste materials in stagnant water and drain out such items, so that mosquitoes do not get a place to breed.
- Use DEET containing, or CDC approved mosquito repellents.
- Ensure gutters are not clogged.
- Encourage people around you to dump and drain as well as use repellents.