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长春医大一院做人流长春市南关区中西医结合医院宫颈息肉Have you heard the term Gafa yet? It hasn’t caught on here in the ed States — and I’m guessing it won’t — but in France, it has become so common that the newspapers hardly need to spell out its meaning. Everyone there aly knows what Gafa stands for: Google-Apple-Facebook-Amazon.你听说过Gafa这个词吗?它还没有在美国这边流行起来——我猜它不会流行——但在法国,这个词已经变得如此常见,以致于报纸几乎不需要阐明它的含义,每个人都知道Gafa代表什么:谷歌-苹果-Facebook-亚马逊。In America, we tend to think of these companies as four distinct entities that compete fiercely with each other. But, in Europe, which lacks a single Internet company of comparable size and stature, they “encapsulate America’s evil Internet empire,” as Gideon Rachman put it in The Financial Times on Monday. Nine out of 10 Internet searches in Europe use Google — a more commanding percentage than in the ed States — to cite but one example of their utter dominance in the countries that make up the European Union.在美国,我们通常认为这些公司是四个不同的实体,相互之间竞争激烈。但是在欧洲,没有规模和地位可以与它们相提并论的互联网公司,所以就像《金融时报》吉迪恩·拉赫曼(Gideon Rachman)本周一所说的,它们“代表了邪恶的美国互联网帝国”。欧洲每10个互联网搜索中就有九个使用了谷歌,这个比例比美国本土还更甚,而这只是Gafa在欧盟成员国中占据绝对主导地位的一个例子而已。Not surprisingly, this dominance breeds worry in Europe, however fairly it was achieved. The French fear (as the French always do) the imposition of American culture. The Germans fear the rise of an industry more efficient — and more profitable — than their own. Industry leaders, especially in publishing, telecommunications and even autos fear that the American Internet companies will disrupt their businesses and siphon away their profits. Europeans worry about the use of their private data by American companies, a worry that was only exacerbated by the Edward Snowden spying revelations. There is a palpable sense among many politicians, regulators and businesspeople in Europe that the Continent needs to develop its own Internet platforms — or, at the least, clip the wings of the big American Internet companies while there’s still time.毫不奇怪,无论这种取得主导地位的过程有多么公平,它都引起了欧洲人的担心。法国(一如既往地)担心美国文化的入侵。德国人担心一个比本国产业更加利润更高的产业的崛起。行业领导者,特别是出版、电信,甚至汽车行业的领导者,担心美国的互联网公司会颠覆他们的业务,吸走他们的利润。欧洲人担心美国公司使用自己的私人数据,而爱德华·斯诺登(Edward Snowden)对监听活动的曝光更是加剧了这种担忧。欧洲大陆有很多政界、商界人士和监管者都觉得有必要开发自己的互联网平台,或者,至少趁现在还有时间,要捆住美国大型互联网公司的手脚。I bring this up in the wake of the decision by Margrethe Vestager, the European Union’s relatively new (she took office in November) commissioner in charge of competition policy, to bring antitrust charges against Google, the culmination of a five-year investigation. The case revolves around whether Google took advantage of its dominance in search to favor its own comparison-shopping service over those of its rivals. Vestager also opened an inquiry into Google’s Android mobile operating system — and said the European Union would investigate other potential violations if need be.我提起这些,是因为欧盟新一任(她去年11月上任)的竞争事务专员玛格丽特·韦斯塔格尔(Margrethe Vestager)在五年的调查之后对谷歌提起了反垄断诉讼。该案的核心在于,谷歌是否利用其在搜索领域的霸主地位,让自身的比较购物务受益,令竞争对手处于不利境地。韦斯塔格尔还启动了一个针对谷歌Android移动操作系统的调查,并表示如有需要,欧盟还将调查其他潜在的违规行为。Not long after announcing the charges, Vestager made a speech in Washington. “We have no grudge; we have no fight with Google,” she said. “In all our cases, we are indifferent to the nationality of the companies involved. Our responsibility is to make sure that any company with operations in the territory of the E.U. complies with our treaty rules.”宣布了针对谷歌的指控后不久,韦斯塔格尔在华盛顿发表讲话。“我们不是嫉妒;我们与谷歌之间没有宿怨,”她说。“在所有的案子中,我们都不关心所涉及的公司的国籍。我们的责任是确保在欧盟境内运营的所有公司都遵守了我们的规则。”Well, maybe. But it is also true that, to an unusual degree, this investigation, especially in its latter stages, has been driven by politics. The political rhetoric around Google in Europe has been so heated that had Vestager decided not to bring a case, her political standing might have been weakened, “probably compromising her ability to pursue effectively other high-profile antitrust cases,” wrote Carlos Kirjner, an analyst with Sanford C. Bernstein amp; Co.也许吧。这次调查,特别是在后期,其背后的政治推动力已经到达了一种不寻常的程度,这也是事实。欧洲各地关于谷歌的政治言论极其强烈,以至于如果韦斯塔格尔不提起诉讼,她的政治地位就可能遭到削弱。“可能会危及她调查其他高调反垄断案件的能力,”桑福德·伯恩斯坦公司(Sanford C. Bernstein)分析师卡洛斯·基里纳尔(Carlos Kirjner)说。Consider, for instance, what happened last year when Google was close to settling the case with Vestager’s predecessor, Joaquín Almunia. Google had agreed to make changes that it found cumbersome and intrusive, but it wanted to get the case behind it and move on. Instead, European politicians, especially in France and Germany, and prodded by Google’s competitors, complained that Almunía was being too accommodating to the company. “The offers by Google aren’t worthless, but they’re not nearly enough,” one such politician, Günther Oettinger of Germany, told The Wall Street Journal.比如,想想去年谷歌快要与韦斯塔格尔的前任华金·阿尔穆尼亚(Joaquín Almunia)就这个案子达成和解的时候,发生了什么事吧。谷歌当时已经同意进行一些改动,虽然它觉得这些改动既繁琐,又具有侵入性,但它希望了结这个案子,把精力放在别的事上。结果欧洲的政界人士,尤其是法国和德国的,在谷歌的竞争对手的怂恿下,抱怨阿尔穆尼亚太纵容谷歌了。“谷歌的提议并非一无是处,但这还远远不够,”来自德国的政界人士金特·厄廷格(Günther Oettinger)对《华尔街日报》说。At the time, Oettinger was serving as the European Union’s energy commissioner, making him one of the 28 commissioners who would have to approve any settlement. By September, he had been nominated for a new job: commissioner for digital economy and society. At a hearing before a European Parliament committee, he took credit for blowing up the Google settlement.当时厄廷格是欧盟能源专员,任何解决办法都必须得到他和其他27名专员的批准。到了9月,他被提名担任欧盟数字经济与社会专员。在欧洲议会委员会的一个听会上,他因阻止了谷歌的和解而得到赞许。As the digital commissioner, Oettinger has continued to advocate for what has become the German position on Google — namely that Google’s power must be reined in. In a speech two weeks ago, he essentially said that Europe should begin regulating Internet platforms in such a way as to allow homegrown companies to overtake the American Internet giants. And on Thursday, a document leaked from his office to The Wall Street Journal that outlined just such a plan, claiming that if nothing was done, the entire economy of Europe was “at risk” because of its dependency on American Internet companies. There have even been calls in Europe to break up Google.作为数字经济专员,厄廷格一再倡导德国对谷歌的立场——谷歌的权力必须受到限制。在两周前的一个演讲中,他表达了这样的意思:从现在开始,欧洲调整互联网平台的方式,应该有助于欧洲本土企业赶超美国的互联网巨头。上周四,他办公室的一份文件被《华尔街日报》曝光,文件中概述的计划声称,如果不采取行动,整个欧洲经济就会因为对美国互联网公司的依赖而面临“风险”。欧洲甚至还有人呼吁要分拆谷歌。Europe has every right to regulate any company and any sector it wants. And it can bring antitrust charges as it sees fit. But given the rhetoric surrounding Google and the other American Internet giants, suspicion of Europe’s real motives is justified.欧洲完全有权来监管他们想监管的任何公司、任何部门。只要他们认为合适,也可以提起任何反垄断指控。但考虑到围绕谷歌和其他美国互联网巨头的论调,欧洲的真实动机还是值得怀疑的。From here, the European charges against Google look a lot like protectionism.从这个角度而言,欧洲对谷歌的指控看起来很像是保护主义行径。 /201505/372937长春白求恩医大一院阴道紧缩 吉林大学一院门诊部营业时间

长春医科大学第一医院做药物流产多少钱长春哪家医院妇科 The rich are set to become God-like cyborgs in what could be the #39;biggest evolution in biology#39; since life emerged.富人们将变成会成为上帝般的电子人,这将可能是人类有史以来“在生物方面最大的进化”。This is according to Yuval Noah Harari, a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, who believes the radical shift will take place in the next 200 years.这是来自耶路撒冷希伯来大学(Hebrew University of Jerusalem)的教授尤尔瓦#8226;诺亚#8226;哈拉里(Yuval Noah Harari)的预言,他相信这种巨变会在未来200年内发生。Using biotechnology and genetic engineering, Professor Harari claims the wealthy will transform into a new type of divine, immortal human with complete power over life and death.哈拉里说,富人们使用生物技术和基因工程技术,能够转化成新人类——神圣,永恒,对生与死有完全的掌控权。He argues that humans are unable to resist the temptation to #39;upgrade#39; themselves, according to a report by Sarah Knapton in the Telegraph.萨拉#8226;卡普顿(Sarah Knapton)在《电讯报》(Telegraph)的报道称,哈拉里提出,人类无法拒绝“升级”自身的诱惑。#39;We are programmed to be dissatisfied,#39; said Professor Harari, during a recent speech at the Hay literary festival in Wales.哈拉里教授最近在威尔士干草文学节发表演说,称,“我们已被设定为不满足现状。”#39;Even when humans gain pleasure and achievements it is not enough. They want more and more.“即使人类获得了快乐和成就,仍然感到不满足。他们想要更多。”#39;I think it is likely in the next 200 years or so homo sapiens will upgrade themselves into some idea of a divine being, either through biological manipulation or genetic engineering or by the creation of cyborgs, part organic part non-organic.“我认为在接下来的约200年里,现代人很可能会通过使用生物操控或基因工程,或通过创造半有机半无机的电子人,使自身升级为神人。”#39;It will be the greatest evolution in biology since the appearance of life. Nothing really has changed in four billion years biologically speaking.“这将是自人类生命诞生以来,在生物方面最大的进化。从生物学上来讲,400亿年来,人类的身体构造并没有真正发生变化。#39;But we will be as different from today#39;s humans as chimps are now from us.#39;“就像猩猩已经离我们很遥远了,我们也将会与今天的人类截然不同。”The technology to do this, however, will be restricted to the very wealthy, claims Professor Harari.然而,哈拉里教授称,改造人类这一技术将只属于富人。Up until now, he says society has been held together by inventing #39;fictions#39;, such as religion, money and the idea of fundamental human rights.他说,在目前为止,社会被创造的“虚幻”团结在一起,如宗教,金钱,人权思想等。As long as humans believed they relied more and more on these gods they were controllable, he said.他说,只要人类相信这些,越来越依靠这些“神”,他们就是可控的。#39;But what we see in the last few centuries is humans becoming more powerful and they no longer need the crutches of the Gods.#39;但是我们在过去几个世纪里所看到的是,人类变得越来越强大,不再需要上帝的拐杖。He added that the most interesting place in the world from a religious perspective is not the Middle East but Silicon Valley.他补充道,从宗教的观点来看,世界上最有趣的地方不是中东,而是硅谷。Here, people are developing what he describes as a #39;techno-religion#39; in which they believe death is just a technological problem.这里的人们发展出这样一种他称之为“技术宗教”的观念:他们相信死亡只是一个技术问题。#39;Now we are saying we do not need God just technology,#39; he added.他补充道,“现在我们不需要上帝了,只需要技术。” /201505/377621长春省妇科医院哪家好

长春医科大学第二医院月经不调阴道炎宫颈炎尿道炎 Hybrid Rice杂交水稻Since the foundation of the People#39;s Republic of China, China has made one after another outstanding achievements in agriculture technology, one of which is the successful development of indica hybrid rice. With the application of this technology since 1976, China#39;s total rice cultivation lands have grown such rice, which added rice output by some 240 billion kilograms up till 1994.What’s more, this technology was exported to other countries.新中国成立以来,中国在农业科技上的一项举世瞩目的成就是籼型杂交水稻的育成。这项技术自1976年在全国大面积推广以后,仅至1994年,就已使中国的稻谷累计增产达2400亿公斤。此外,该技术还被出口到美国等国家和地区。The research of indica hybrid began in 1964, when a teacher from Hunan Province, Yuan Longping first put forward the idea of utilizing the heterosis in rice and initiated the research on hybrid rice in China. At the beginning, he discovered male-sterile rice. Then he brought forward the third hybriding paddy and carried out experiments on farmland. Yuan Longping made breakthrough in 1973. He was the first person to develop indica hybrid rice. The new technology was tested in many areas of South China in 1974 and 1975, and then extended to other areas. China became the first country that is capable of producing hybrid rice. Yuan Long-ping is the first scientist who successfully altered the self-pollinating characteristic of rice and realized large-scale farming of hybrid rice. This earned him the title ;Farther of Hybrid Rice;. The achievements of Yuan Longping greatly solved the food shortage, and provided as a solution the worldwide starvation. It is regarded as the fifth invention after China#39;s Four Major Inventions, and is acclaimed as the Second Green Revolution.杂交水稻的研究始于1964年。当时任职于湖南省安江农校的袁隆平最先发现了水稻天然雄性不育株,便带领助手们开展了有关研究。他首先发现了雄性不育株,以后又率先提出了通过培育水稻三系进行杂交的设想,并进行了田间实验。1973年终于获得突破性进展,在世界上第一个育成强优势灿型杂交水稻,1974至1975年在中国南方多处试种效果良好,1976年后开始大面积推广。从此,中国成为世界上第一个实现利用水稻杂交优势的国家。袁隆平也被誉为“杂交水稻之父”。他的成果不仅在很大程度上解决了中国人的吃饭问题,而且也被认为是解决世界性饥饿问题的法宝。国际上甚至把杂交稻当作中国继四大发明之后的第五大发明,誉为“第二次绿色革命”。 /201602/419397梨树县流产多少钱长春哪里流产好点

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