Kidnapped, Lava Kafle Taken Hostage for two 2 hours: july 29, 2010 Krishanbhir, A guy tells Special Ops, flashes a Nepal Army Identification, worries about lava kafle driving bajaj pulsar 150 cc black bike, and special investigation he says, and takes the key , drives the bike asking lava kafle to ride car and enjoy alongside the prithivi highway. Lava kafle denies riding car instead agress to piggyback while the Captor drives.
Discovering a Soft Spot for Circuitry – Robot Machines as Companions – NYTimes.com
After years of effort to coax empathy from circuitry, devices designed to soothe, support and keep us company are venturing out of the laboratory. Paro, its name derived from the first sounds of the words “personal robot,” is one of a handful that take forms that are often odd, still primitive and yet, for at least some early users, strangely compelling.
Searching for God in the Brain: Scientific American
union with God” and agreed to participate in an experiment devised by neuroscientist Mario Beauregard of the University of Montreal. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI, Beauregard seeks to pinpoint the brain areas that are active while the nuns recall the most powerful religious epiphany of their lives, a time they experienced a profound connection with the divine. The question: Is there a God spot in the brain?
An Easy Means to Salvation – Give Up Your Insistence
When things happen according to what we want or wish, we become proud, whereas, when things do not happen according to our wishes, then we become angry. Both pride and anger are demoniac tendencies (asuric sampatti).
Smarter Than You Think – Computers Learn to Listen, and Some Talk Back – NYTimes.com
The number of American doctors using speech software to record and transcribe accounts of patient visits and treatments has more than tripled in the past three years to 150,000. The progress is striking. A few years ago, supraspinatus (a rotator cuff muscle) got translated as “fish banana.” Today, the software transcribes all kinds of medical terminology letter perfect, doctors say. It has more trouble with other words and grammar, requiring wording changes in about one of every four sentences, doctors say.