Yoshiyasu Takefuji

Yoshiyasu Takefuji
Musashino University · Data Science

Ph.D. Professor
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Introduction
Research interests include cyber-security, machine learning, neural computing, energy harvesting, IoT, automated reasoning, and applied AI. The developed AI prototypes outperform super-skilled humans in civil engineering and construction, marketing, skin cancers, and many other areas. I was appointed by Times Higher Education for world university rankings.
Additional affiliations
April 2019 - April 2022
Shandong province
Position
  • Consultant
Description
  • economic advisor to governor of Shandong province of China on AI
March 2018 - June 2023
Weihai city in China
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  • Economic advisor
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  • Economic advisor to mayor of Weihai
November 2017 - present
University of Jyväskylä
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  • Professor
Description
  • Docent on AI and applications
Education
April 1980 - March 1983
Keio University
Field of study
  • Electrical Engineering
April 1978 - March 1980
Keio University
Field of study
  • Electrical Engineering
April 1974 - March 1978
Keio University
Field of study
  • Electrical Engineering

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A system architecture and a network computational approach compatible with the goal of devising a general-purpose artificial neural network computer are described. The functionalities of supervised learning and optimization are illustrated, and cluster analysis and associative recall are briefly mentioned.< >
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A near-optimum parallel planarization algorithm is presented. The planarization algorithm, which is designed to embed a graph on a plane, uses a large number of simple processing elements called neurons. The proposed system, composed of an N x N neural network array (where N is the number of vertices), not only generates a near-maximal planar subgr...
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Ludvigsson et al. (Feb. 18 issue) reported on open schools and child and teacher morbidity in Sweden during the coronavirus 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic.1 Sweden allowed Covid-19 to spread in the hope that the population would develop “herd immunity.” The younger the patients, the fewer deaths due to Covid-19 are reported.1 Data reported in Statista sh...
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I agree with your argument that the successor to Japan’s prime minister Shinzō Abe must embrace diversity, diplomacy and better regulation in science (Nature 585, 159; 2020). However, such policy advances depend on advice from expert scientists, which is not solicited under Japan’s present political system. Japan’s political parties are faction-ri...
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Viral contamination is one of the most urgent and important topics of environmental pollution. COVID-19 is primarily transmitted from person to person, but can also be transmitted from person to animal. Herd immunity must meet the requirements in order to fulfill the goal of mitigating and ending COVID-19. This paper shows five reasons or condition...
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COVID-19 policy outcomes are influenced by urban policy and governance. The goal of this paper is to navigate the sustainable solution of the COVID-19 pandemic using evidence-based research for cities. The number of deaths from COVID-19 is one good indicator to evaluate the results of individual policies by country, state and cities. A policy asses...
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Most of the drugs used in modern medical treatments are symptomatic treatments and are far from being a cure for the diseases. The adverse effects are unavoidable in the drugs in modern medical treatments. Molecular hydrogen (H2) has a remarkable therapeutic effect on various diseases, and many clinical studies have reported that H2 has no adverse...
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Despite the fact that we have reported on the dangers of the explosion of hydrogen gas inhalers, hydrogen gas inhalers with explosive haz�ards are, as a matter of fact, still being sold today. In this study, we investigated past reports of hydrogen gas inhaler explosion accidents to clarify the causes of these explosion incidents. As a result of t...
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Intestinal bacteria can be classified into “beneficial bacteria” and “harmful bacteria.” However, it is difficult to explain the mechanisms that make “beneficial bacteria” truly beneficial to human health. This issue can be addressed by focusing on hydrogen-producing bacteria in the intestines. Although it is widely known that molecular hydrogen...
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This paper briefly surveyed the promising sustainable and renewable technologies for producing not only fuel but also food and water respectively by capturing air with sustainable energy in order to enhance disaster resilience. Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) can be used to harvest water from the air, CO2 and water from the air can be used to produ...
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This is the world’s first tutorial article on Python programing on set operations for beginners and practitioners in translational medicine or medicine in general. This tutorial will allow researchers to demonstrate and showcase their tools on PyPI packages around the world. Via the PyPI packaging, a Python application with a single source code can...
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In this paper, we present an experiment of our randomized hints strategy of automated reasoning for yielding Axiom(5) from Axiom(1)(2)(3)(4) of Infinite-Valued Lukasiewicz Logic. In the experiment, we randomly generated a set of hints with size ranging from 30 to 60 for guiding hyper-resolution based search by the theorem prover OTTER. We have succ...
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Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) is a disorder that is characterized by fatigue that persists for more than 6 months, weakness, sleep disturbances, and cognitive dysfunction. There are multiple possible etiologies for ME/CFS, among which mitochondrial dysfunction plays a major role in abnormal energy metabolism. The poten...
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Round-table discussion on a society changed by the smartphone: Users lead the way in the future of mobile https://www.mita-hyoron.keio.ac.jp/features/2022/04-1.html Mita-Hyoron: 2022.4
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This paper presents a new open-source program called deathdaily for predicting the number of daily COVID-19 deaths in the next 7 days. The predictions can be used by policymakers to determine whether current policies should be strengthened/ mitigated or new policies should be challenged to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Although vaccines have been...
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In this paper, we present a curious experiment with the hot list strategy in solving sliding block puzzles by paramodulation. The hot list strategy is one of the look-ahead strategies using paramodulation in automated reasoning. We define two heat flows in the reasoning process - vertical with the hot list of permutations along the Y-axis and horiz...
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In human s cooperative behavior, there are some strategies: a passive behavioral strategy based on others behaviors and an active behavioral strategy based on the objective-first. However, it is not clear how to acquire a meta-strategy to switch those strategies. In this study, we conduct a collision avoidance experiment with agents taking multiple...
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Highlights • We need to solve the challenges of Lithium batteries mentioned in this paper. • The challenges of Lithium batteries are detailed in this paper. • Lithium batteries may become a second asbestos problem without solutions. • National/international regulations are needed on Lithium safety and recycling.
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A sliding puzzle is a combination puzzle where a player slides pieces along specific routes on a board to reach a certain end configuration. In this paper, we propose a novel measurement of the complexity of 100 sliding puzzles with paramodulation, which is an inference method of automated reasoning. It turned out that by counting the number of cla...
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This is the world’s first tutorial article on Python Packaging for beginners and practitioners for translational medicine or medicine in general. This tutorial will allow researchers to demonstrate and showcase their tools on PyPI packages around the world. Nowadays, for translational medicine, researchers need to deal with big data. This paper des...
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CHIA C. WANG et al. wrote a paper entitled "Airborne transmission of respiratory viruses (1). Airborne infection control in public spaces requires not only ventilation but also airflow control to prevent viruses from infecting people and to incorporate virus degradation processes (1,2,3). CHIA C. WANG et al. introduced UV radiation and CDC has also...
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This paper examines individual policies against the covid-19. The number of deaths due to COVID-19 can be divided by the population (in million) to score the performance of individual policies. 19 countries were investigated. Although many experts emphasize pharmaceutical methods including vaccines, the most effective policy against the covid-19 is...
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It is important to analyze the COVID-19 pandemic from the viewpoint of leadership, political intervention against science and public health policy, social and cultural differences, who are advising to leaders [1]. However, such an analysis is ambiguous and the pandemic must be analyzed in terms of scientific evidence. In order to assess policies or...
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This study proposes SCORECOVID, a new Python Package Index (PyPI) for scoring individual policies against covid-19 and mitigating the pandemic. The new PyPI package consists of two modules. The first module automatically scrapes the latest information on the number of deaths and population by COVID-19 to score individual policies for a given countr...
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While many antitumor drugs have yielded unsatisfactory therapeutic results, drugs are one of the most prevalent therapeutic measures for the treatment of cancer. The development of cancer largely results from mutations in nuclear DNA, as well as from those in mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA). Molecular hydrogen (H2), an inert molecule, can scavenge hydrox...
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Adam (Adaptive Moment Estimation) is one of the promising techniques for parameter optimization of deep learning. Because Adam is an adaptive learning rate method and easier to use than Gradient Descent. In this paper, we propose a novel randomized search method for Adam with randomizing parameters of beta1 and beta2. Random noise generated by norm...
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In general, preliminary or primary cost estimates are used to select contractors from among bidders in Japan. The primary cost estimate must be accurate, otherwise the contractor selected from the bidding process will lose profit. A general contractor in the world does not have a super-skilled engineer who can achieve the accurate primary cost esti...
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Mibyou, or pre-symptomatic diseases, refers to state of health in which a disease is slowly developing within the body yet the symptoms are not apparent. Common examples of mibyou in modern medicine include inflammatory diseases that are caused by chronic inflammation. It is known that chronic inflammation is triggered by the uncontrolled release o...
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Although ionizing radiation (radiation) is commonly used for medical diagnosis and cancer treatment, radiation-induced damages cannot be avoided. Such damages can be classified into direct and indirect damages, caused by the direct absorption of radiation energy into DNA and by free radicals, such as hydroxyl radicals (�OH), generated in the proces...
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Although intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) has been developed as an alternative to conventional radiotherapy, reducing bone marrow damage is limited. Thus, a novel technology is needed to further mitigate IMRT-induced bone marrow damage. Molecular hydrogen (H2) was recently reported as a preventive and therapeutic antioxidant that select...
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"Energy harvesting by walking" published by Tokyo-shoseki for authorized junior high school science textbook in Japan, page291 on April 1, 2021
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Since we have no vaccine and no effective therapy against the COVID-19, we have one and only one policy based onisolating-all-at-risk strategy [1]. The purpose of this manuscript is to apply the best digital fence to UAE. The success ofa digital fence in Taiwan was brought by bold political decisions for border control, case identification, contain...
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Delia Goletti et al. analyzed the baricitinib therapy in Covid-19 pneumonia1. Statistical conclusions may increase risk rather than effective treatment for some patients. There are two types of mechanical ventilation: invasive and noninvasive ventilation2. There are a variety of ratio of hydrogen/oxygen mixed gas inhalation in ventilation3. The i...
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Although Editorial addresses COVID-19 lessons, the US did not handle the pandemic very well (1). Despite the fact that the U.S., especially Silicon Valley, started the global IT revolution and popularized smartphones, the U.S. has not used any cutting-edge IT technology to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic problem. Infectious experts, unaware of the s...
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Mitochondria are the largest source of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and are intracellular organelles that produce large amounts of the most potent hydroxyl radical (·OH). Molecular hydrogen (H2) can selectively eliminate ·OH generated inside of the mitochondria. Inflammation is induced by the release of proinflammatory cytokines produced by macrop...
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Fourier analysis can provide policymakersuseful information for analyzingthe pandemic behaviors. This paper proposes a Fourier analysis approach for examining the cycle length and the power spectrum of the pandemic by convertingthe number of deaths due to COVID-19 in the USto the frequency domain. Policymakers can control the pandemic by using obse...
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In human’s cooperative behavior, there are two strategies: a passive behavioral strategy based on others’ behaviors and an active behavioral strategy based on the objective-first. However, it is not clear how to acquire a meta-strategy to switch those strategies. The purpose of the proposed study is to create agents with the meta-strategy and to en...
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Recent studies on indoor air quality have shown that carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration has a significant influence on the quality of human intellectual activities. Negative impact can be expected on human intellectual activities during the long meetings. In order to avoid reducing intellectual activities, it is necessary to keep the CO2 concentrat...
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This paper reports an illogical policy on smart highway management in Japan. Heavy snow in Japan on Dec. 17 in 2020 revealed the failed link in the current policy between the smart highway management and weather forecast. Weather forecast information is supposed to be used in controlling the gates in highway for mitigating stranded vehicles by heav...
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This book illustrates how to build AI (artificial intelligence) systems using open source libraries for machine learning in civil engineering. In order to build a target AI system, readers must understand the following steps: 1. We must clarify the goal. Assume two kinds of experts: AI experts and skilled civil engineers. AI experts must ask skill...
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Keio is a leading research university where 33,436 students are currently registered with 3,140 faculty members. The university system was cracked in September 2020 by malicious crackers where it is composed of the internet-connected-integrated database across the administrative and academic units. The cracked system was completely down, so that al...
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According to Callahan (1), the goals of medicine encompass the relief of pain and suffering, the promotion of health and the prevention of disease, the forestalling of death and the promoting of a peaceful death, and the cure of disease when possible and the care of those who cannot be cured. From the viewpoint of the prevention of diseases, there...
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Hydrogen (H 2) is promising as an energy source for the next generation. Medical applications using H 2 gas can be also considered as a clean and economical technology. Since the H 2 gas based on electrolysis of water production has potential to expand the medical applications, the technology has been developed in order to safely dilute it and to s...
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A sliding puzzle is a combination puzzle where a player slide pieces along certain routes on a board to reach a certain end-configuration. In this paper, we propose a novel measurement of complexity of massive sliding puzzles with paramodulation which is an inference method of automated reasoning. It turned out that by counting the number of clause...
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A sliding puzzle is a combination puzzle where a player slide pieces along certain routes on a board to reach a certain end-configuration. In this paper, we propose a novel measurement of complexity of massive sliding puzzles with paramodulation which is an inference method of automated reasoning. It turned out that by counting the number of clause...
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The resurgence of the number of daily deaths can be observed in the US. Predictions were conducted by changing the dataset size based on the state-of-the-art curve fitting. The result shows the strong resurgence of the pandemic in the near future.
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I agree with their implications on the weakness of the US healthcare system. As of Oct. 30 in 2020 using the last 200 days open data, the number of daily deaths due to the COVID-19 in the US can be predicted by the state-of-the-art curve fitting with the 6th degree polynomial: Nov. 6 daily deaths 959, Nov. 13 daily deaths 1017, and Nov. 20 daily de...
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Wilensky reported his lessons from severe covid-19 experience1. In science, an objective view is important for solving a problem. In the world, many nations have different individual past and on-going lessons through the covid experience. From the viewpoint of human perspective, the number of deaths due to the covid pandemic should be used for grad...
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ABSTRACT Alessandro et al. wrote an article on digital governance using COVID-19 apps (1). However, they did not mention legal preparedness against the COVID-19 which signifies the death toll. Evidence of data on the number of deaths can justify the author’s claim. RATIONALES Alessandro et al. wrote an article on digital governance using COVID-19...
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Tushar W. et al. wrote a review paper on negawatt trading using blockchain technology. In their paper, four consensus algorithms in blockchain are introduced. They should address known security issues of the existing consensus algorithms in blockchain for robust system. In order to use the blockchain technology, detection and protection mechanisms...
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Generally, negation-limited inverters problem is known as a puzzle of constructing an inverter with AND gates and OR gates and a few inverters. In this paper, we introduce a curious new result about the effectiveness of two powerful ATP (Automated Theorem Proving) strategies on tackling negation limited inverter problem. Two resolution strategies a...
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Generally, negation-limited inverters problem is known as a puzzle of constructing an inverter with AND gates and OR gates and a few inverters. In this paper, we introduce a curious new result about the effectiveness of two powerful ATP (Automated Theorem Proving) strategies on tackling negation limited inverter problem. Two resolution strategies a...
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Background Fake meat industry is expected to grow and to be worth $140 billion by 2030. Alternative protein can be produced by plant or microbe. Animal-free dairy protein can be produced by fermentation in microflora. Scope and approach In order to improve the real production, many companies are focusing on fermentation for animal-free meat, eggs,...
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WHO guidance has incorrect recommendation in Oral health care involving AGPs. Air flow plays a key role in mitigating COVID-19 infection since airborne particles travel by air currents. RATIONALES BDA criticises misreporting of WHO guidance 1. The document published by WHO on 3 August advocating that 'Oral health care involving AGPs shows incorrect...
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Kimberly A. Prather et al. wrote a letter published in Science on Oct. 16 in 2020 (1). Why do they talk about the fact now as of Oct. 16 in 2020. SARS-CoV-2 uses human ACE2 as entry receptor which was discovered and published on April 8 in 2020 and published online 2020 March 5 (2). Both SARS-CoV and SARS-CoV-2 use the same ACE2 entry receptor and...
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Telenti A. et al. wrote a perspective on treating medical data as a durable asset using blockchain and AI technology 1. In order to use the blockchain technology, detection and protection mechanisms against attacks must be embedded in blockchain applications for protecting vulnerabilities of known consensus algorithms. RATIONALES Telenti A. et al....
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I almost agree with the editorial except the effective policy regardless of politics (1). The most powerful policy is implemented by electronic fence using mobile phones for isolating all at risk strategy in order to mitigate the pandemic. According to the worldometers, isolating-all-at-risk strategy successfully suppresses the pandemic where Taiwa...
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Europe should immediately implement the effective policy based on isolating-all-at-risk strategy for mitigating the resurging pandemic.
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Although useful dataset has been provided for investigating the effect of individual policies against COVID-19, swiftness parameters on isolation are missing in the dataset. The effect of individual health policies among G20 is compared by the number of deaths due to the COVID-19. Remember that we currently have an only isolating-all-at-risk strate...
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ABSTRACT EUROPE should immediately implement the effective policy based on isolating-all-at-risk strategy for mitigating the pandemic. The effectiveness of the policy against the COVID-19 is justified by the open data. More than 1000 persons in Europe are killed by the COVID-19 every day as of Oct. 17 in 2020. TEXT N. W. Ruktanonchai et al. assesse...
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N. W. Ruktanonchai et al. assessed the impact of coordinated COVID-19 exit strategies across Europe (1). Their recommendation emphasized the effect of community coordination of nonpharmaceutical interventions (NPIs). NPIs are similar to community mitigation strategies (CMSs). Data of Europe shows the resurgence of the number of deaths due to COVID-...
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N. W. Ruktanonchai et al. assessed the impact of coordinated COVID-19 exit strategies across Europe (1). Their recommendation emphasized the effect of community coordination of nonpharmaceutical interventions (NPIs). NPIs are similar to community mitigation strategies (CMSs). Data of Europe shows the resurgence of the number of deaths due to COVID-...
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It is sad to hear discussions among the president of the International Union of Immunological Societies and the presidents of 15 other national immunology societies 1. Their actions against COVID-19 to individual government leaders were not swift. Inconsistent and slow prevention against COVID-19 may prolong the pandemic worldwide. The best surveil...
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The role of editors or a team of editors has two important tasks: deciding a paper for review or not, and writing editorials for disseminating messages to the world.
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Although BDA criticises misreporting of WHO guidance1, the document published by WHO on 3 August advocating that ’Oral health care involving AGPs is absolutely correct. WHO should disseminate it on 31 July.
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Linus Pauling focused on the possibility of suppressing cancer growth by the function of synthesizing collagen fibers of vitamin C, and he advocated the idea of “Mega-vitamin Therapy.”[1] If Linus Pauling had proposed “Mega-hydrogen Therapy” instead of “Mega-vitamin Therapy,” his medical revolution would have been fulfilled [Figure 1].
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Kai Kupferschmidt wrote an article entitled “Despite obstacles, WHO unveils plan to distribute vaccine” (1). The article is misleading the readers of Science because of neglecting the past lessons from SARS identified in 2003 and MERS in 2012 respectively. According to WHO, the SARS disease appeared in November 2002 in the Guangdong province of so...
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Tuna may have efficient hydrodynamic multiple small fins for stability
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Today’s common sense in science can be changed tomorrow: STEM education
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Many articles clearly state that the birth rate is expected to drop under the covid-19 pandemic. Based on the past study, after the Spanish flu pandemic there was a surge called, Spanish flu baby boom. The strength of economy after the pandemic determined the size of the surge. Meredith Wadman wrote a short article on the birth rate of the covid-19...
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Many scientists have discussed what are reasonable or appropriate ecological and epidemiological models of covid-19 1,2,3. Their goal lies in that their models can be used for accurately predicting covid-19 spread. Of course, the models are useful, however they should be used in practice for reducing infection risks. The airflow or ventilation cont...
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The embeddings of entities in a large knowledge base (e.g., Wikipedia) are highly beneficial for solving various natural language tasks that involve real world knowledge. In this paper, we present Wikipedia2Vec, a Python-based open-source tool for learning the embed-dings of words and entities from Wikipedia. The proposed tool enables users to lear...
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Ezekiel J. Emanuel et al. wrote an article entitled “An ethical framework for global vaccine allocation” (1). However, based on the past lessons from SARS and MERS, as of Today, there are no vaccines for SARS and MERS respectively. In other words, we may have no chance to have safe COVID-19 vaccines in the near future. The followings are short stor...
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Although Ronan Lordan et al. mentioned "Current diagnostic tests cannot identify silent infections reliably and are not sufficiently fast and inexpensive to make a school-wide testing-based surveillance system practical" (1). As long as sensitivity is 100 %, we will not miss the infected persons. The sensitivity of a test is also called the true po...
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ABSTRACT: This short paper shows why the COVID-19 pandemic was avoidable. Based on past lessons learnt from experiences of SARS and of MERS, WHO should have advised airborne precautions against COVID-19. Roche B. et al. wrote an article entitled “Was the COVID-19 pandemic avoidable?”1. They emphasize a solution-oriented approach in pathogen evolut...
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Cho et al., wrote an article entitled “Human-centered redistricting automation in the age of AI” (1). This is not a new automation approach since we have proposed the automation method for single-member electoral constituency districting system in japan in 1996 (2). The proposed method is based on a neural computing approach for automatically zonin...
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Tree-structured LSTM is promising way to consider long-distance interaction over hierarchies. However, there have been few research efforts on the hyperparameter tuning of the construction and traversal of tree-structured LSTM. To name a few, hyperparamters such as the interval of state initialization, the number of batches for normalization have b...
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Tree-structured LSTM is promising way to consider long-distance interaction over hierarchies. However, there have been few research efforts on the hyperparameter tuning of the construction and traversal of tree-structured LSTM. To name a few, hyperparamters such as the interval of state initialization, the number of batches for normalization have b...
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Pietro P. Lopes et al. wrote an article entitled “Past, present, and future of lead–acid batteries” (1). According to WHO (world health organization), lead is a toxic metal whose widespread use has caused extensive environmental contamination and health problems in many parts of the world (2). “No lead” or “lead-free” products do not mean containin...
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Organizers of one of the world's largest scientific (neuroscience) meetings announced last week it will not take place online or in person this year because of COVID-19 (1). Organizers do not understand the meaning of neuroscience. According to Wikipedia, "Neuroscience (or neurobiology) is the scientific study of the nervous system. It combines phy...
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Meredith Wadman wrote a short article on the birth rate of the covid-19 pandemic (1). Based on the study of the Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918-1920, the birth rate was dropped during the pandemic (2). However, in the end of the pandemic or after the pandemic there was a surge called, Spanish flu baby boom (2). https://science.sciencemag.org/c...
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Charles Piller wrote an article entitled “Data secrecy may cripple U.S. attempts to slow pandemic” (1). We know that the guaranteed data consistency is important and all data should be available in public for advancing wholesome scientific investigations. However, some countries may falsify or hide the real covid-19 death numbers (2). Although wo...
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Dennis Normile wrote an article entitled "Aftermath" (1). The relationship between deaths and the radiation by the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, on August 6 and 9 respectively has been investigated. However, the author did not mention the fatal problem in scientific investigations of a large-scale and long-running epidemiological study...
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Madeleine K. Albright wrote an editorial entitled "Avoiding another Hiroshima" (1). She summarized (1): 1. the estimated cost of modernizing the nuclear enterprise—about $50 billion per year—is almost five times the budget of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 2. A new U.S. administration can reduce such spending, supporting inste...
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Recent indoor air quality studies show that even 1000 parts per million (ppm) concentration of Carbon Dioxide (CO 2) has an adverse effect on human intellectual activities. Therefore, it is required to keep the CO 2 concentration below a certain value in a room. In this study, in order to analyze the diffusion tendency of carbon dioxide by breathin...
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We should have made use of what We learned in SARS and MERS in the past for coping with COVID-19. WHO and CDC did not use the valuable archived document of SARS and MERS (1). The document says that "Droplet precautions should be added to standard precautions when providing care to all patients with symptoms of acute respiratory infection. Contact p...
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Super typhoon Hagibis on October 12, 2019, in Japan revealed that the current dam control policy has the fatal defect. The current dam policy should be updated for saving humans. Human-induced flood should be avoided by the weather prediction. "full text available: https://rdcu.be/b4Csz"
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This paper demonstrates that constrained pseudorandom number can solve classic coin-weighing puzzles faster than human-devised algorithms. Deep learning and ensemble machine learning lie in inductive methods while automated reasoning implemented in deductive computer languages is based on deductive methods. In the inductive methods, intelligence is...
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World Health Organization stated the outbreak to be a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January 2020. WHO recognized it as a pandemic on 11 March 2020. WHO declared that COVID-19 virus is transmitted between people through respiratory droplets and contact routes. Now, WHO added the new comment that respiratory infections can be...
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There are unknown and known attacks against the consensus algorithms used in blockchain. Detection and protection mechanisms must be embedded in blockchain applications for protecting vulnerabilities of known consensus algorithms. Data Security Change Chemical Education?", 1 introduces the blockchain technology to chemical researchers and students....
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Schools have switched to remote learning for the coming months both in Finland and around the world. In Finland, the transition to remote learning has been helped by the good skills of students and teachers, as well as the technological aids available to everyone. The rest of the world cannot do the same. According to UNESCO data, as of 31st of Ma...
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On 21 April 2020, UNESCO Chairs of the University of Jyväskylä in collaboration with the Council for Creative Education cordially invites you to the Online Conference on "Embrace the Creativity amidst COVID-19 Crisis". The conference is organized to celebrate the United Nation’s World Creativity and Innovation Day and at the same time to reflect on...

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