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Meanwhile, in Latin America and the Caribbean, growth has fallen abruptly, due to internal factors—such as the stagnation of investment and weakening consumption—and external causes, including low growth in the euro zone and the deceleration of China itself, with the resulting decline in demand for commodities. 【1】【2】 (Editor:Yao Xinyu,Gao Yinan) Hot News Top 10 10 most beautiful roads in China Top 10 most expensive restaurants in Beijing in 2015 Popular on Global Times Obama is sowing discontent in S.China Sea Rescuers work through night to reach cruise ship survivors Driving through limbo Facing down MERS Most Viewed Day|Week 1 Ship carrying 458 people sinks in Yangtze River 2 Firefighter designated martyr for sacrificing his life savi… 3 China develops world's first facial- recognition ATM 4 President Xi urges all-out rescue efforts following ship-ca… 5 A school with only one teacher in deep mountains Key Words China develops world's first facial-recognition ATM What China's astronauts said to CNN Free Wi-Fi service to cover Qianmen Street this year The rise of Hisense in the world China makes significant headway on anti-MERS drugs Measure the health of China's economy amid transformation Zhongguancun becomes a magnet for start-up businesses Li Keqiang 's visit to LatAm Qipao Latin America new normal anti-corruption Home Opinions Business Military World Society Culture Travel Science Sports Special Coverage Photo Video English >> People's Daily Online Exclusives Wednesday 3 June 2015 Search Archive English China and Latin America: Diversification is the Key Word - People's Dai... http://en.people.cn/n/2015/0525/c98649-8897058.html# 1 of 2 6/8/2015 12:33 PM Related reading Full coverage J-11 fighters in air exercise Beauties dancing on the rings Attendants-to-be join Mr. & Miss Campus Contest Beijing's toughest anti-smoking law takes effect Family lives in cave for about 50 years in SW China PLA soldiers operating vehicle- mounted guns in drill Blind carpenter in E China's Jiangxi China hosts overseas disaster relief exercise for the first time 20 pairs of twins who will become flight attendants in Sichuan 'Brain control cockroach' realized in Shanghai Jiaotong University • — Our art-group "18 Apples" have done mind-controlled cockroach a year ago. (...) Good luck … PEOPLE'S DAILY 0 Comments 1 Li’s visit to Latin America draws attention to Twin Ocean Railroad Connection project Might rejuvenation really be possible one day? Farewell to zip lines in China's deep mountains Migrant workers' representation rises at China's top legislature Special Coverage We Recommend Links: Beijing Today Global Times Chinadaily.com.cn Taiwan.cn Ecns.cn Show China China Human Rights China Xinjiang Tibet Online CCTV Beijing Review GMW.cn China Economic Net China Tibet Online Copyright by People's Daily Online, All Rights Reserved Women of China China and Latin America: Diversification is the Key Word - People's Dai... http://en.people.cn/n/2015/0525/c98649-8897058.html# 2 of 2 6/8/2015 12:33 PM
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In most contexts, the use of facial recognition technology has been implemented without citizen input—or even awareness—and a regulatory framework articulating the permissible uses and limits of such technology and ensuring compatibility with human rights standards does not exist.14 9 NY Times, In Hong Kong Protests, Faces Become Weapons, July 2019, https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/26/technology/hong-kong-protests-facial-recognition-surveillance.html 10 See, e.g., Business Insider, India is ramping up the use of facial recognition to track down individuals without any laws to keep track of how this technology is being used, Feb. 2021, https://www.businessinsider.in/tech/news/what-is-facial-recognition-technology-and-how-india-is-using-it-to- track-down-protestors-and-individuals/articleshow/80782606.cms; Financial Times, https://www.ft.com/content/044add20-7129-44a8-bc9d-92919a73d049 11 Amnesty International, Ban dangerous facial recognition technology that amplifies racist policing, Jan. 2021, https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/01/ban-dangerous-facial-recognition-technology-that-amplifies- racist-policing/ 12 Amnesty International, Russia: Police target peaceful protesters identified using facial recognition technology , April 2021, https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/04/russia-police-target-peaceful-protesters- identified-using-facial-recognition-technology/ 13 Amnesty International, Ban dangerous facial recognition technology that amplifies racist policing, Jan. 2021, https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/01/ban-dangerous-facial-recognition-technology-that-amplifies- racist-policing/ 14 See, e.g. Amnesty International, Ban dangerous facial recognition technology that amplifies racist policing, Jan. 2021, https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/01/ban-dangerous-facial-recognition-technology-that- amplifies-racist-policing/; ACLU, The Government Has a Secret Plan to Track Everyone’s Faces at Airports. We’re Suing, March 2020, https://www.aclu.org/news/privacy-technology/the-government-has-a-secret-plan-to-track- everyones-faces-at-airports-were-suing/; Aljazeera, Privacy fears as India’s gov’t schools install facial recognition, March 2021, https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/3/2/privacy-fears-as-indias-govt-schools-install-facial- recognition#:~:text=A%20personal%20data%20protection%20law%20is%20being%20drafted%20by%20Indian https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/26/technology/hong-kong-protests-facial-recognition-surveillance.html https://www.businessinsider.in/tech/news/what-is-facial-recognition-technology-and-how-india-is-using-it-to-track-down-protestors-and-individuals/articleshow/80782606.cms https://www.businessinsider.in/tech/news/what-is-facial-recognition-technology-and-how-india-is-using-it-to-track-down-protestors-and-individuals/articleshow/80782606.cms https://www.ft.com/content/044add20-7129-44a8-bc9d-92919a73d049 https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/01/ban-dangerous-facial-recognition-technology-that-amplifies-racist-policing/ https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/01/ban-dangerous-facial-recognition-technology-that-amplifies-racist-policing/ https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/04/russia-police-target-peaceful-protesters-identified-using-facial-recognition-technology/ https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/04/russia-police-target-peaceful-protesters-identified-using-facial-recognition-technology/ https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/01/ban-dangerous-facial-recognition-technology-that-amplifies-racist-policing/ https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/01/ban-dangerous-facial-recognition-technology-that-amplifies-racist-policing/ https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/01/ban-dangerous-facial-recognition-technology-that-amplifies-racist-policing/ https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/01/ban-dangerous-facial-recognition-technology-that-amplifies-racist-policing/ https://www.aclu.org/news/privacy-technology/the-government-has-a-secret-plan-to-track-everyones-faces-at-airports-were-suing/ https://www.aclu.org/news/privacy-technology/the-government-has-a-secret-plan-to-track-everyones-faces-at-airports-were-suing/ https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/3/2/privacy-fears-as-indias-govt-schools-install-facial-recognition#:~:text=A%20personal%20data%20protection%20law%20is%20being%20drafted%20by%20Indian%20legislators.
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A $330 per day reimbursement ceiling is applicable to all locations other than Europe, North America and Israel; (f) The cost of dental treatment is reimbursable at the rate of 80 per cent up to a maximum sum of $750 per insured participant per calendar year. The cost of dento-facial orthopaedics is covered only if the treatment is started before the patient has reached his or her fifteenth birthday, and reimbursement is provided only during a treatment period of four years; (g) The cost of out-patient mental health treatment by a psychiatrist is covered, as well as the services of a licensed psychoanalyst, a licensed psychologist or a licensed psychiatric social worker. (...) ST/IC/1997/91 Page 9 (e) Injuries resulting from motor-vehicle racing or dangerous competitions in respect of which betting is allowed (normal sports competitions are covered); (f) The consequences of insurrections or riots if, by taking part, the insured participant has broken the applicable laws; and the consequences of brawls, except in cases of self-defence; (g) Spa cures, rejuvenation cures or cosmetic treatment (cosmetic surgery is covered, however, where it is necessary as the result of an accident for which coverage is provided); (h) The direct or indirect results of explosions, heat release or irradiation produced by transmutation of the atomic nucleus or by radioactivity or resulting from radiation produced by the artificial acceleration of nuclear particles; (i) Expenses for, or in connection with, travel or transportation, whether by ambulance or otherwise, except that charges for professional ambulance service used to transport the insured participant between the place where he or she is injured by an accident or stricken by disease and the first hospital where treatment is given will not be excluded; (j) In-vitro fertilization. 4.
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Winning youth over to re-engage with formal politics will require openness, transparency and effectiveness of political institutions. Rejuvenating democracy and restoring public confidence in political institutions and politicians among young people in particular are also seen by the IPU as crucial objectives. An IPU document “Rejuvenating democracy, giving voice to youth”, outlines how parliaments and parliamentarians could help rejuvenate democracy and give the world’s young people a voice in political decision-making. Based on the above, IPU recommends that the Forum on “Widening the Democratic Space: the role of youth in public decision-making” includes: - A session or a panel on Youth participation in which IPU can present an overview of youth participation in parliament, the raison d’être of youth political participation and strategies to enhance youth representation; - A session or a panel on “Rejuvenating democracy” in which IPU can present main strategies and needed changes to make democracy fit better to youth expectations; IPU would also recommend that the Forum on “Widening the Democratic Space: the role of youth in public decision-making”: - Invites, with the support of IPU’s Forum of young parliamentarians, a group of young men and women members of parliament from different countries to contribute to the Forum as participants, panellists, moderators or sessions/panels chairpersons. - Based on the principles promoted by the young parliamentarians of the IPU: “No decisions about us without us”, encourages and supports the participation of as many young men and women as possible by inviting youth associations and fora, students, activists etc… 2
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Score: 1322714.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...s/Democracy/Forum2016/IPU.docx
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Rejuvenating "social economies" in the Arab region Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations العربية Countries Country data and ILO results Africa Americas Arab States Asia and the Pacific Europe and Central Asia Topics 2030 Development Agenda Apprenticeships Care Economy Child Labour Collective bargaining and labour relations Cooperatives COVID-19 Decent work Digital labour platforms Disability and work Domestic workers DW4SD Resource Platform Economic and social development Employment injury insurance and protection Employment Intensive Investment Employment promotion Employment security Equality and discrimination Fair recruitment Forced labour, human trafficking and slavery Freedom of association Future of work Gender equality Globalization Green jobs HIV and AIDS Indigenous and tribal peoples Informal economy Labour inspection and administration Labour law Labour migration Maritime Labour Convention Maternity protection Millennium Development Goals Multinational enterprises Non-standard forms of employment Poverty Rural economy Safety and health at work Skills, Knowledge and Employability Small and Medium Enterprises Social and Solidarity Economy Social dialogue and tripartism Social finance Social protection Supply chains Sustainable enterprises Violence and harassment Wages Working time and work organization Work, peace and resilience Youth employment Sectors Agriculture; plantations;other rural sectors Basic Metal Production Chemical industries Commerce Construction Education Financial services; professional services Food; drink; tobacco Forestry; wood; pulp and paper Health services Hotels; tourism; catering Mining (coal; other mining) Mechanical and electrical engineering Media; culture; graphical Oil and gas production; oil refining Postal and telecommunications services Public service Shipping; ports; fisheries; inland waterways Textiles; clothing; leather; footwear Transport (including civil aviation; railways; road transport) Transport equipment manufacturing Utilities (water; gas; electricity) Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us Arab States About us Regional Director Staff list Vacancies Areas of work Child Labour Domestic Workers Employers' Organizations Employment Promotion Syrian Refugee Crisis In Jordan In Lebanon Enterprise Development Gender equality and non-discrimination International Labour Standards Labour Migration Skills and employability Social Security Tripartism and Social Dialogue Workers' Organizations Countries covered Decent work in Arab States Projects Events Media centre News Statements and speeches Comment and Analysis Articles and features Multimedia Slideshows Publications World of Work Magazine Information resources Newsletters Factsheets and briefs ILO home Regions and countries Arab States Media centre News Rejuvenating "social economies" in the Arab region ... Rejuvenating "social economies" in the Arab region Cooperatives, which employ over 100 million people globally, could be a driving force for employment, growth and decent work but remain under-utilized in the Arab region, according to representatives of governments, workers’ and employers’ organizations, and cooperatives from six Arab countries gathered in Beirut, Lebanon from November 23-26. Press release | 26 November 2010 Download: Rejuvenating "social economies" in the Arab region pdf - 0.7 MB Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Bottom: Optical low of the video. frames. as face veri ication [7], face recognition [8], and facial 2.2 Facial video attribute inference [9]. The high variability of shapes, poses, lighting conditions, and possible occlusions makes Facial video generation is a complex problem. (...) Such vari‑ eral properties which make the video realistic. abilities can be captures using the facial landmark key‑ points. We detect the landmark keypoints around the • Semantic consistency ‑ The facial features such as cheeks, nose, eyes, lips to capture the movement of face eyes, nose, lips, etc. should be consistent among each while speaking or giving expressions using deep learning other. techniques. (...) Properties such as move‑ information about the expressiveness of the images. ment of facial action units, lip synchronization with the audio and the blinking of eyes make the video more realistic and visually appealing.
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Just one example: Old trees are ones over 100 years old. The rejuvenation methods used by the farmers on the old trees include layering, breaking the roots while applying fertilizer, tree surgery and pruning. Layering is the rejuvenation technology with the longest history in Xiajin. (...) It could prolong the life of the old trees. Another rejuvenation method combines rejuvenation with fertilizer application.
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Just one example: Old trees are ones over 100 years old. The rejuvenation methods used by the farmers on the old trees include layering, breaking the roots while applying fertilizer, tree surgery and pruning. Layering is the rejuvenation technology with the longest history in Xiajin. (...) It could prolong the life of the old trees. Another rejuvenation method combines rejuvenation with fertilizer application.
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Score: 1301366.2 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...ystem/detailed-information/ru/
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Just one example: Old trees are ones over 100 years old. The rejuvenation methods used by the farmers on the old trees include layering, breaking the roots while applying fertilizer, tree surgery and pruning. Layering is the rejuvenation technology with the longest history in Xiajin. (...) It could prolong the life of the old trees. Another rejuvenation method combines rejuvenation with fertilizer application.
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