Tax social media giants to fund research into suicide, psychiatrists urge- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Social media giants should be forced to hand over data and pay towards research into their potential harms, a new report backed by the father of Molly Russell argues.
Concerns about the impact of social media on vulnerable people come amid suicides such as that in 2017 of the 14-year-old schoolgirl, who was found to have viewed harmful content online.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists said a proposed 2 per cent levy on the UK revenues of major tech companies does not go far enough.

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Instead, it wants the so-called “turnover tax” to apply to international turnover and for some of the money from it to be used for mental health research.
Molly’s father, Ian Russell, spoke of the urgent need for greater action in an emotional foreword to the report, in which he described the “wrecking ball of suicide“ that “smashed brutally” into his family, blaming “pushy algorithms”.

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He said of her social media accounts: “Among the usual schoolfriends, pop groups and celebrities followed by 14-year-olds, we found bleak depressive material, graphic self-harm content and suicide-encouraging memes.
“I have no doubt that social media helped kill my daughter.”
Mr Russell also detailed one of Molly’s final notes which described how she felt “with heart-breaking clarity”.
“I’m the weird sister, quiet daughter, depressed friend, lonely classmate,” she wrote.

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“I’m nothing, I’m worthless, I’m numb, I’m lost, I’m weak, I’m gone. I’m sorry. I’ll see you in a little while. I love you all so much. Have a happy life. Stay strong xxx.”
While welcoming the government’s White Paper on online harms, the College’s report calls for an independent regulator with powers to be able to establish a protocol for the sharing of data from social media companies with universities for research, such as behavioural data.
It also points to evidence that increased social media use may result in poorer mental health, particularly in girls.

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Dr Bernadka Dubicka, chairwoman of the child and adolescent faculty at the Royal College of Psychiatrists and co-author of the report, said: “As a psychiatrist working on the front line, I am seeing more and more children self-harming and attempting suicide as a result of their social media use and online discussions.
“We will never understand the risks and benefits of social media use unless the likes of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram share their data with researchers.
“Their research will help shine a light on how young people are interacting with social media, not just how much time they spend online.
“Self-regulation is not working. It is time for government to step up and take decisive action to hold social media companies to account for escalating harmful content to vulnerable children and young people.”
Claire Murdoch, NHS national director for mental health, said: “If these tech giants really want to be a force for good, put a premium on their users well-being and take their responsibilities seriously then they should do all that they can to help researchers better understand how they operate and the risks posed – until then they cannot confidently say whether the good outweighs the bad.”

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The biggest social network, Facebook, said it is “already taking a number of the steps recommended” in the report.
“We remove harmful content from our platforms and provide support for those who search for it,” a spokesman said.
“We are working closely with organisations such as the Samaritans and the Government to develop industry guidelines in this area.”
A Government spokesman said: “We are developing world-leading plans to make the UK a safer place to be online. This includes a duty of care on online companies, overseen by an independent regulator with tough enforcement powers, to hold them to account.
“The regulator will have the power to require transparency reports from companies outlining what they are doing to protect people online. These reports will be published so parents and children can make informed decisions about their internet use.”
For confidential support call Samaritans on 116 123.
If you have been affected by this story, you can contact the following organisations for support:
https://www.mind.org.uk/
https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk/
http://www.nhs.uk/livewell/mentalhealth
https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/
If you have been affected by sexual violence, you can find help via the NHS. Rape Crisis offers specialist support for women and girls; and the The Survivors’ Trust supports people of any gender.

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Tax social media giants to fund research into suicide, psychiatrists urge- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Social media giants should be forced to hand over data and pay towards research into their potential harms, a new report backed by the father of Molly Russell argues.
Concerns about the impact of social media on vulnerable people come amid suicides such as that in 2017 of the 14-year-old schoolgirl, who was found to have viewed harmful content online.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists said a proposed 2 per cent levy on the UK revenues of major tech companies does not go far enough.

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Instead, it wants the so-called “turnover tax” to apply to international turnover and for some of the money from it to be used for mental health research.
Molly’s father, Ian Russell, spoke of the urgent need for greater action in an emotional foreword to the report, in which he described the “wrecking ball of suicide“ that “smashed brutally” into his family, blaming “pushy algorithms”.

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He said of her social media accounts: “Among the usual schoolfriends, pop groups and celebrities followed by 14-year-olds, we found bleak depressive material, graphic self-harm content and suicide-encouraging memes.
“I have no doubt that social media helped kill my daughter.”
Mr Russell also detailed one of Molly’s final notes which described how she felt “with heart-breaking clarity”.
“I’m the weird sister, quiet daughter, depressed friend, lonely classmate,” she wrote.

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“I’m nothing, I’m worthless, I’m numb, I’m lost, I’m weak, I’m gone. I’m sorry. I’ll see you in a little while. I love you all so much. Have a happy life. Stay strong xxx.”
While welcoming the government’s White Paper on online harms, the College’s report calls for an independent regulator with powers to be able to establish a protocol for the sharing of data from social media companies with universities for research, such as behavioural data.
It also points to evidence that increased social media use may result in poorer mental health, particularly in girls.

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Dr Bernadka Dubicka, chairwoman of the child and adolescent faculty at the Royal College of Psychiatrists and co-author of the report, said: “As a psychiatrist working on the front line, I am seeing more and more children self-harming and attempting suicide as a result of their social media use and online discussions.
“We will never understand the risks and benefits of social media use unless the likes of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram share their data with researchers.
“Their research will help shine a light on how young people are interacting with social media, not just how much time they spend online.
“Self-regulation is not working. It is time for government to step up and take decisive action to hold social media companies to account for escalating harmful content to vulnerable children and young people.”
Claire Murdoch, NHS national director for mental health, said: “If these tech giants really want to be a force for good, put a premium on their users well-being and take their responsibilities seriously then they should do all that they can to help researchers better understand how they operate and the risks posed – until then they cannot confidently say whether the good outweighs the bad.”

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The biggest social network, Facebook, said it is “already taking a number of the steps recommended” in the report.
“We remove harmful content from our platforms and provide support for those who search for it,” a spokesman said.
“We are working closely with organisations such as the Samaritans and the Government to develop industry guidelines in this area.”
A Government spokesman said: “We are developing world-leading plans to make the UK a safer place to be online. This includes a duty of care on online companies, overseen by an independent regulator with tough enforcement powers, to hold them to account.
“The regulator will have the power to require transparency reports from companies outlining what they are doing to protect people online. These reports will be published so parents and children can make informed decisions about their internet use.”
For confidential support call Samaritans on 116 123.
If you have been affected by this story, you can contact the following organisations for support:
https://www.mind.org.uk/
https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk/
http://www.nhs.uk/livewell/mentalhealth
https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/
If you have been affected by sexual violence, you can find help via the NHS. Rape Crisis offers specialist support for women and girls; and the The Survivors’ Trust supports people of any gender.

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Survey: New research shows it’s a hybrid and multi-cloud world – Blog – 10 minute

The big picture: At this point, virtually anyone who follows the tech industry in even the most casual way has probably heard, not only about the influence of cloud computing, but also the impact of what is commonly called “multi-cloud.” What many don’t know, however, is the specifics of how much companies are using these cloud computing resources, what types of workloads they’re running in the cloud, why they chose to use cloud services, and much more.
A new research study, initiated by TECHnalysis Research, dove into all those details. It began with a survey of 600 US-based businesses (200 medium-sized companies with 100-999 employees and 400 large enterprises with 1,000 employees or more) who were users of cloud computing services. The results show that today’s cloud computing environment is an incredibly dense, rich tapestry of different workloads at various maturity levels running in different locations on different underlying platforms for many different reasons.
The basic idea with multi-cloud is that companies use multiple different cloud computing options as part of their overall computing environment. In some cases, that could mean using multiple public cloud providers, such as Amazon’s AWS, Microsoft’s Azure, and Google’s Cloud Platform (GCP), or it could mean they’re using one public cloud provider and one or more “private” or “hybrid” clouds, or some combination of all the above.
Private cloud refers to computing environments that use the same basic types of flexible technologies and software platforms that public clouds offer but do so either within the company’s own data center or in what’s called a “hosted environment.” These hosted environments are external sites that house the physical resources (servers, storage, networking equipment, etc.) necessary to run computer workloads from multiple different companies simultaneously.
Typically, these locations—which are sometimes called co-located sites or “colos” for short—provide power, strong physical security, and most importantly, high-speed connections to large telecommunication networks or other network service providers. Unlike with public cloud companies, however, the physical assets (and the workloads) at these sites remain under the control of the company requesting the service.
Hybrid cloud refers to environments that mix some element of public cloud computing providers with private and/or managed/hosted providers either within the data center or at a co-located site.
What the study found is that for companies like those surveyed, who have been using cloud computing for several years now, approximately 30% of today’s workloads are being run in the public cloud, another 30% are legacy applications still being run in the corporate data center, and the remaining 40% are a combination of private and hybrid cloud workloads, as Fig. 1 illustrates.

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Interestingly, when asked what companies expected the mix to look like in 18-24 months, the results weren’t significantly different, with about a 5% drop in legacy workloads and about a 2.5% increase each for public cloud and private/hybrid cloud workloads, suggesting the transition to new cloud-based workloads has slowed for many of these organizations.
In addition to this diversity of high-level workload types, the study showed a large number of options being used within each of those groups. On average, for example, survey respondents were using 3.1 different public cloud providers across both IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service—typically access to the raw computing resources of a public cloud provider) and PaaS (Platform as a Service—adding software and services on top of the raw hardware) offerings. Of the nearly 87% of respondents who said they were running a private cloud of some type, they averaged 1.6 different private cloud platforms.
When it came to specific workload counts, companies averaged 3.4 workloads per public cloud provider and 2.9 workloads for private and hybrid clouds. Doing the math, that means organizations like the ones who participated in the survey typically have over 15 cloud-based workloads that they’re using. On top of that, survey respondents deployed a number of SaaS (Software as a Service) cloud-based applications as well. These include Microsoft’s Office 365, Google’s G Suite, Salesforce, and many others, and the average per company worked out to 3.7. As a result, today’s US businesses are balancing nearly 19 cloud-based applications/workloads as part of their computing environment, as the table shows below.

The reasons for moving all these different workloads to the cloud vary quite a bit by the specific type of workload, but looking at the weighted totals across all the various types and locations provides some interesting, though not terribly surprising, insights into the rationale that organizations are using to make the move to migrate or rebuild existing applications, or create new ones in the cloud. (Speaking of which, companies said that approximately 1/3 of their cloud-based applications fit into each of these three categories: migrate, or “lift and shift,” rebuild, or “refactor,” and build new.)
The top reasons that survey respondents gave for migrating workloads to the cloud are to improve performance, to increase security, and because of the need to modernize applications. Cost savings actually came in fourth. Ironically, the top reasons those same companies cited for not moving some of their applications to the cloud were very similar: security concerns, performance challenges, regulatory requirements and costs. These dichotomies highlight the ongoing challenges and opposing forces that are a regular part of the modern cloud computing landscape.
There’s no doubt that cloud computing, in all its various forms, will continue to be a critical part of business computing environments for some time to come. Making sense of how experienced companies are approaching it can help vendors optimize their offerings and other businesses find their way through the often very confusing cloud computing world.
You can download a free copy, in PDF format, of the highlights of the TECHnalysis Research Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Study here. The full version is available for purchase.
Bob O’Donnell is the founder and chief analyst of TECHnalysis Research, LLC a technology consulting and market research firm. You can follow him on Twitter @bobodtech. This article was originally published on Tech.pinions.

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Artificial intelligence research hub to come up in Hyderabad- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

A Centre for Research in Applied Artificial Intelligence (CRiAA), a R&D Park, a Centre of Excellence and other facilities in artificial intelligence will come up in Hyderabad as the Telangana government has signed eight MoUs with various companies and institutions.
The state signed the MoU with Intel, International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Hyderabad and Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) for the CRiAA, which will focus on diagnostics, proactive public health, health services optimisation, evidence based social strategy and policy, treatment protocols discovery and smart mobility, advanced safety, autonomous navigation, traffic management and smart cities and other areas.
It was one of the MoUs inked at an event organised here to declare 2020 as the year of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Under another MoU, the NVIDIA will partner with the state government to setup a High Performance AI Computing (HPAIC) Centre. They will also assist in startup incubation, and host AI training sessions to support women and minority groups, officials said.
The state in association with IIT Kharagpur, has decided to launch a R&D Park and an AI-CoE, with applications in advanced manufacturing, life-sciences and aerospace and defence.
An MoU was signed with the Applied Cluster of AI, Norway, to design student and faculty exchange programme with the premier universities of Norway, and soft landing programmes for Hyderabad startups to get access to Scandinavian markets.
Another MoU with signed with Wadhwani AI under which it will deploy AI solutions for the benefit of expecting mothers and newborn babies. WAI solution will also be used for agriculture. It will also advise Telangana on using AI to solve complex social development challenges
Adobe Systems will help the state in capacity building. It will work to enhance digital literacy and foster creativity skills of youth
Information Technology Minister K. T. Rama Rao said the state’s primary goals were to attract and enable over 200 AI innovators and start-ups to build their base in Hyderabad, educate and attract top AI talent from across the globe to work on critical areas as determined by the industry and government. “Another goal is to enable government and key industry verticals to leverage AI and deliver public transformation contributing an additional one per cent to Telangana GDP,” he said.
Rama Rao said Telangana would ensure that AI serve humanity and the common good while enforcing fundamental rights such as privacy, equality, fairness and democracy.

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IIT Hyderabad, Telangana govt to work on AI research- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

The Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, (IIT-H) has said that it is going to collaborate with the Telangana government for research in artificial intelligence (AI). IIT-H is partnering with the Telangana Information Technology, Electronics and Communication (ITE&C) Department for building and identifying quality datasets, along with third parties, like industry. They would work on education and training to deliver content and curriculum on AI courses for college students along with industry participants, the institute said in a statement.
“The IIT-H is the first institute in the country to launch a B. Tech programme in AI. With a strong base of close to 25 faculty in the Department of AI, the IIT-H is looking forward to opportunities to come up with more innovations and research in the field,” said Professor B.S. Murty, Director, IIT Hyderabad.
The state government declared 2020 as the ”Year of Artificial Intelligence” with the objective of promoting its use in various sectors ranging from urban transportation and healthcare to agriculture and others. The ITE&C Department aims to develop the ecosystem for the industry and to leverage emerging technologies for improving service delivery as part of this collaboration.
“This collaboration provides us a unique opportunity to leverage our combined experience and expertise in AI at IIT-H for local social good, along with the state government,” said Vineeth N Balasubramanian, Head, Department of Artificial Intelligence, IIT Hyderabad.
“Having the government as a partner will allow us an ideal interface to work with industry leaders, startups and colleges in research and training in AI,” Balasubramanian said.
The institute will also assist the state government in developing a strategy for AI/HPC (Artificial Intelligence /High-Performance Computing) infrastructure for various state needs and provide technology mentorship to identified partners for exploring and building AI PoCs (Point of Contacts).

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Apple is launching a Research app that will allow U.S. consumers to participate in health studies – gpgmail


Apple is launching a new Research app for Apple Watch owners that will allow people to opt to privately contribute to health research by sharing the data collected from the smartwatch and its many sensors, as well as the Apple Health app. The news of the app was announced today at Apple’s iPhone press event, alongside that of a trio of new health studies and the next-generation Apple Watch Series 5.

As an example of the sort of data users could contribute through the Apple Watch, the company detailed a few new studies with partners like the University of Michigan, the World Health Organization, Harvard School of Public Health, the NIH, the American Heart Association, and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

The topics to be studied included the long-term effects of sounds on your hearing health; how menstrual cycles can inform the screenings for infertility and osteoporosis; and how activity and movement impacts overall health.

Before, people who wanted to opt into health studies through Apple’s partnerships would have installed a specialized app on their iOS device dedicated to that study alone. The new Research app will instead allow for a single portal for this sort of opt-in activity.

Apple also promised to respect users’ data privacy, saying that “you decide what data you want to share” with the studies, and that Apple cannot access any information that directly identifies you.

The Research app will launch in the U.S. later this year.


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