Plenty of proof mate...just look at parliament...loads of artificial intelligences there
596 posts • joined 6 Jul 2011
Plenty of proof mate...just look at parliament...loads of artificial intelligences there
Speaking personally....from the GP consultation of lower abdominal pain, to the blood test of raised PSA, then MRI and onto biopsy, took 3 weeks. MRI performed at 1830z on a Saturday evening (the MRI suite is run 24/7)...pre-op assessment at 1745z, Friday. Biopsy a week later. It would have been a few days faster, but I dithered a bit over having biopsy probes inserted into me via the area between my legs. The other route is through the wall of the rectum...
Then use MRI for the scans...
Current detection for prostate cancer starts with basic (PSA/DRE) then onto an MRI scan lower abdomen/pelvis...if anything suspicious is detected then a prostate biopsy is arranged using the MRI scan overlaid with an ultrasound image to sample the area of interest.. Quite frankly, modern xray machines use much lower doses...and even CT scanners use less now, than xray machines did 20 years ago.
There aren't any nice people there....unless you back it up with cash...then they're all nice.
And the ICO would also like the CA servers passwords...which they have been refused...
I was with SKY, then they upped the subscription to £30/month, for 3.5Mbps.
So went to NOWTV (SKY!) for £20/month and 37Mbps...using the same copper line....hmmmm
24, plus extras. But we will have to purchase licences for core technology as well..if they will allow their use. Maybe better to just give-up on the idea of everyone not-driving autonomous vehicles..
Not so much Facebook, but everything...cleaner-apps...navigation-apps...find-the-wifi-apps...every single app for every single thing contains a long list of permissions attached...
Sure...just so you know, we will be reliant upon the "public" facing GPS, which can be switched-off as the controllers want, or made inaccurate as they want.
Also, Galileo is better (theoretically) than either the USA/Russian?Chinese systems...
Presumably, SSTL will be departing for EU pastures new soon then...
Russia has plenty of low frequency radar...so the stealth aircraft will also stick out like a sore thumb...
Not so... Massive re-arming, design and planing have been performed on Ru forces since 2008... http://carnegieendowment.org/2017/05/03/assessing-russia-s-reorganized-and-rearmed-military-pub-69853
Plenty of sources quoted..
Except their "stealth" capability doesn't work if a low-frequency radar is in use....
And if it disappears, I've saved it!! (no confidence in any govt documents getting frequent hits staying available for long!)
The NHS data, even the highly personal data, has been available to the DWP for years, and is shared with various departments of local councils.
That's without the Digital economy Act...which authorised data sharing between all govt departments.
Here is the NHS confidentiality policy...
If you're a VAT registered company, you claim it back...
It's cold = wear a face mask
It's summer = wear a face mask to filter the traffic pollution
All very interesting.
Now, about the road outside.
Terraced houses, with around 1.5 cars per house. No off-road parking. I'm sure the picture is familiar.
Try charging your car with a footpath in-between the house and car. Try charging it from the on-road charger, which won't get installed anytime soon, because the local substation cannot handle the extra load. Never mind balancing the load...
Virgin media have customer services?
I suppose that's called progress....when does it start?
I just wonder when/if Crapita goes-down, what happens to all this sensitive data they have been amassing?
VAT and payroll taxes are paid by consumers and employees.......
But good idea...we'll set VAT on apple products at 100%....
But...HMRC is run by the BIG 4 accountancy companies!!
Vat is chargeable on the fuel price PLUS the fuel tax....
Dunno about that.
They send a letter to my flat every three months threatening me with court if I don't buy a TV licence.
Addressed to the guy who used to live there a few years ago, until he died.
I even told them he was no longer living.
They then asked me if I had his new address.
They still send threats to my address...
Crapita won't actually do it, they'll outsource the contract to others...we all know that.
So..the new bill gives the govt extremely wide "rights" to allow third parties, outside govt, to process data collected by govt (depts) for whatever reason they want...including collected health data, down to individual level, and you're moaning about "data fetishists"?
Remind me again about the massive amount of personal hospital health data released to organisations, unanonymised?
They pay others.
Star Trek Discovery is quite good...
I think they know that!
I think they don't care, they want all devices easily decryptable...
Just get used to being cold...the heater is thirsty on current...
Remind me....hasn't this aircraft cost over $1.4 trillion so far, and has a list of faults/problems that get longer each week?
They cost over £12 billion for two, with another £5 billion for aircraft, and are easily destroyed in a major conflict.
More navy willy-waving.
That depends upon your location.
For instance, if you are arrested at Wellingborough/Rushden, you will go to Kettering.
That is the nearest custody suite.
There are a very large quantity of locations where you will travel/be taken over 20 miles to the nearest place with detention facilities/room for questioning, with recording facilities.
I suspect that a considerable alteration to PACE will be needed, since the current recording media is required to be incapable of later alteration: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/177009/response/460589/attach/12/PACE%20Code%20E.pdf
The current body-worn video/audio recorders do not meet the legal requirements currently in force, and would be inadmissible in court.
In short, this seems deliberate circumvention of the legal requirements needed for suspect questioning.
Doubtless we will see more shrill cries from the Nazi-media, sorry-the sun/mail/telegraph, when cases are thrown out.....
This is the UK.
It doesn't "do" smart.
Look at the government......
I hope they see something interesting on mine....
Shit...it's in a wallet!
Every day hundreds of thousands of patients records, in paper-form, is transported around the country.
If you see a consultant, your paper records precede you.
Go into hospital?
They're there first!
They're not kept there either, after you get out, or die, they're transported to storage.
Complicating things now is the requirement that the same system has to provide the records to private healthcare companies outside the NHS.
And for those who think we're neck-deep in management, we're not.
Some 4.5% of NHS employees are primarily admin (1.3 million workforce (ish)), compared to a commercial company admin headcount of around 15%.
Lots of those are retiring...and getting new employees up to spec on a system heavily dependent on encyclopaedia sized volumes of paper records is hard work.
There are porters wheeling hundreds of KG of paper records around every hospital...every day....delivering them to wards and clinics. So got lost?
And you're surprised?
Wait 'til they're all digitised...then get lost in their entirety...
The NHS is a lot of small organisations.
Operating alongside a lot of private providers.
The private providers have new equipment, some of them, some have inherited ex-NHS equipment and staff.
The departments running maintenance and upgrades are under-staffed, under-funded and over-stressed.
That is, if that particular healthcare organisation has any in-house staff. Most are moving to external contracts and tuping their existing staff..those that want to stay that is!
Locally, the hospital is joining in a partnership with another area hospital. None of their IT is compatible. You'd be surprised exactly how much is networked via people talking to each other over landlines!
Then of course there is the ever-thorny problem of external contracts ending, and new ones starting, during which the new contractor fully realises the extent of the problem they're facing........
Oh yes. This is fun. NHS style.
Decades of non-joined-up non-thinking and under-funding....
So: a long line of trucks driving up each others arses with minimal gaps between, with automatons behind the wheel.
So: no change from now!
On another tack, will the automatic driving devices be parked-up dogging the Laybys at night?
Within the NHS, there are differing levels of security on data systems.
All personnel can only log into the system with a valid ID smartcard.
Differing levels of access exist depending upon staff position.
Hospitals cannot access GP data!
GPs' cannot access secondary-care systems!
I have no idea about police access to information, except to note that there are frequent prosecutions of personnel for illegally accessing data.
Both police and NHS systems leave an audit trail, and both are regularly checked.
However: shit ' appens
Noted the garden bridge is toast now....still no news who got the £48 million quid though...
Talking about bell-ends...
I note The Daily Bell End (mail) is leading with a "Health and Safety gone mad" headline...
They want to take us back to empire days..deaf at 20 and with tinnitus...
The sound level within the bell tower is around 117 DBA....well into the permanent damage to hearing range...also into the "shakes your entire body quite badly" range.
I think the clapper on the bell weighs around 200KG...
220mm out of vertical at the top...
If they refuse to accept a compromise payment/settlement, then drive away and come back later.
Driving away without paying is only illegal if you do not intend to pay...
Tax evasion is a crime.
It is long past time this happened...they have been raiding building sites early in the morning for years now...
With evasion running at between £30 billion - £100 billion plus, it is quite right to treat it as serious crime.
More raids.. Try raiding the sun/mail/telegraph... Please.
If they don't implement the EU GDPR in some way, then the EU data will not come here!
Trade will cease...
Because it is a small step from your personal vehicle driving itself, to all vehicles being fleet-owned and being called on-demand.
The end of private personal transport, the start of a new public transport system..
To be truthful...most employers have no idea what employment laws are, or even care.
Their behaviour towards employees is still based upon slave and master..
Doesn't cost that much if you're in a union.
Just the union dues....
All cases have to go through mediation before they get anywhere near a tribunal...
Superheating then inhaling propylene glycol you mean...
Maybe I can use antifreeze from my car/motorcycle....ethylene glycol?
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