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Keep US research open amid threat from China, says elite JASON group

  • The highly anticipated analysis is based on classified and unclassified evidence provided by intelligence, law-enforcement and science agencies, including the NSF, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Department of Energy (DOE).
  • Addressing these concerns will require the federal government to strengthening and harmonizing policies on research integrity and conflict of interest across agencies, the report says.
  • Paul Dabbar, who leads the DOE Office of Science, told Nature last month that some agency employees participating in such programmes had received millions of dollars, and had signed contracts that required them to transfer any technologies they developed to the foreign government.
  • Steven Pei, a physicist at the University of Houston and former chair of the advocacy group United Chinese Americans in Washington DC, says the report's recommendations strike the right balance between strengthening disclosure rules and maintaining openness in scientific research.

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EDA on Graphs via networkx

  • Based on the data in hand, EDA may include correlation analysis of features and labels, distributional analysis of samples, scatter plots, histograms and much more.
  • Graphs are a special kind of data structure in the sense that certain samples (adjacent vertices) are known to be somehow more related.
  • We process OntoBiotope to create an undirected networkx graph, where two nodes are adjacent if there is an is_a relation between them.
  • Since OntoBiotope is a taxonomy, it is expected that the number of edges is fewer than a regular graph with this many nodes.
  • To analyze the graph structure, let us compute the depth, diameter and max clique size.
  • Having a peek at the overall graph structure, now let us consider the nodes alone.
  • Based on our analysis up to know, we can say that OntoBiotope a loosely connected graph with small cliques and few central nodes.

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EDA on Graphs via networkx

  • Based on the data in hand, EDA may include correlation analysis of features and labels, distributional analysis of samples, scatter plots, histograms and much more.
  • Graphs are a special kind of data structure in the sense that certain samples (adjacent vertices) are known to be somehow more related.
  • We process OntoBiotope to create an undirected networkx graph, where two nodes are adjacent if there is an is_a relation between them.
  • Since OntoBiotope is a taxonomy, it is expected that the number of edges is fewer than a regular graph with this many nodes.
  • To analyze the graph structure, let us compute the depth, diameter and max clique size.
  • Having a peek at the overall graph structure, now let us consider the nodes alone.
  • Based on our analysis up to know, we can say that OntoBiotope a loosely connected graph with small cliques and few central nodes.

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These are the top five trends shaping the future of digital health

  • The healthcare industry is in a state of disruption.
  • Digital solutions are becoming a necessary part of the new global standard of care for patients and regulation is being fast-tracked to catch up to digital health innovation.
  • These rapid changes will have ripple effects across the entire healthcare system, impacting incumbents and new entrants alike.
  • Based on our ongoing analysis, understanding of industry trends, and conversations with industry executives, Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider’s premium research service, has put together The Top Five Trends Shaping The Future of Digital Health.
  • This exclusive report can be yours for FREE today.
  • Copyright © 2018 Insider Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Bitcoin-hungry hackers broke their own decryption tool, analysts warn

  • Cybersecurity researchers warn that paying Bitcoin BTC to retrieve files locked by the prolific Ryuk ransomware may still result in data loss.
  • If they refuse to send their attackers Bitcoin, they’ll lose access to their data altogether, but if they pay, the hackers will provide them with a decryption tool that doesn’t work.
  • This means that those files will be damaged by Ryuk‘s decryption tool, and will fail to load properly even after they’ve been unlocked by the tool provided by the attackers.
  • As such, Emisoft advises Ryuk victims to make copies or backups of any data that’s been encrypted, especially considering that the decryption tool provided by the attackers will reportedly delete files it thinks have been properly unlocked.
  • That said, creating regular backups of data is advisable in any sense, as it will dampen the effect of being hit by ransomware in general.

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