He decries the rise of “digital dictatorships” built by governments to impose a totalitarian regimen upon their subjects. China, of course, stands as a poster child for brutal totalitarian regimes. To enhance social media profiles and online shopping data, the Sinos are said to be perfecting facial recognition algorithms for a national surveillance program involving vast networks of public cameras..
Sample sizeThe study involved two comparisons: between RUTF C and A HPF, and between RUTF L and A HPF. A HPF was the comparison group. When we planned this study, published non randomised studies conducted in Africa had shown 17 23% difference in recovery between RUTF and a standard diet.12 ,15 ,26 We therefore hypothesised a conservative 15% difference between the RUTF and the comparison group (A HPF) for calculation of sample size.
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Celebrity Come Dance With Me takes place at Glasgow Crowne Plaza Hotel on Saturday, May 30, to help boost Marie Curie Big Build Appeal.Organised by dance company Ballroom Basics, the aim is to raise cash for a much needed Marie Curie Cancer Care hospice in Glasgow.Contestants include STV weatherman Sean Batty, comedian and Galaxy FM DJ Des Clarke, businessman and star of Channel 4 Secret Millionaire Charan Gill, Smooth Radio presenter Sharon Oakley and Vicky Lee, from STV Five Thirty Show.The celebs have been paired up with expert partners and will have to impress judges Tony Roper, Charlotte Comrie and Agnes Knox.Aileen Eland, hospice manager for Marie Curie Cancer Care Glasgow, said: “The hospice was built more than 30 years ago and the dated facilities are affecting our patients comfort, privacy and standard of care.”Our aim is to raise enough money to build a modern replacement hospice. This celebrity event is a great fundraising appeal and we hope people will come along for a night of fun and entertainment in support of the cause.”The Big Build Appeal has raised s13.1million to date, but the charity still needs to secure a further s2.9million over the next 11 months.The 37 year old, who co hosts the breakfast slot on Smooth Radio with John McCauley, said: “I did ballet when I was about three, but that about all my dancing experience. It harder than I thought.”It almost scientific with your natural line of dance and how your feet are supposed to be pointing, but it slowly coming together.”As long as my nerves hold out I should be able to get round without making too much of an idiot of myself.”Sharon will be performing the waltz and the cha cha with professional dancer Stewart Wilson of Ballroom Basics.She was keen to volunteer for the contest because it in aid of such a worthy cause.She said: “Marie Curie do an incredible amount of work.