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襄樊市妇幼保健中医院看咽喉疾病多少钱襄阳市第四医院看中耳炎哪家医院最好Good morning, everyone. This past week, weve seen the best and the worst of humanity. The heinous terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut, in Iraq and Nigeria. They showed us once again the depths of the terrorists depravity. And at the same time, we saw the world come together in solidarity. Parisians opening their doors to anyone trapped in the street, taxi drivers turning off their meters to get people home safety, people lining up to donate blood. These simple human acts are a powerful reminder that we cannot be broken and in the face of terror, we stand as one. In the wake of these terrible events, I understand the anxiety that many Americans feel. I really do. I dont dismiss the fear of a terrorist bomb going off. Theres nothing President Obama and I take more seriously though, than keeping the American people safe. In the past few weeks though, weve heard an awful lot of people suggest that the best way to keep America safe is to prevent any Syrian refugee from gaining asylum in the ed States. So lets set the record straight how it works for a refugee to get asylum. Refugees face the most rigorous screening of anyone who comes to the ed States. First they are fingerprinted, then they undergo a thorough background check, then they are interviewed by the Department of Homeland Security. And after that, the FBI, the National Counterterrorism Center, the Department of Defense and the Department of State, they all have to sign off on access. And to address the specific terrorism concerns we are talking about now, weve instituted another layer of checks just for Syrian refugees. There is no possibility of being overwhelmed by a flood of refugees landing on our doorstep tomorrow. Right now, refugees wait 18 to 24 months while the screening process is completed. And unlike in Europe, refugees dont set foot in the ed States until they are thoroughly vetted. Lets also remember who the vast majority of these refugees are: women, children, orphans, survivors of torture, people desperately in need of medical help. To turn them away and say there is no way you can ever get here would play right into the terrorists hands. We know what ISIL – we know what they hope to accomplish. They flat-out told us. Earlier this year, the top ISIL leader al-Baghdadi revealed the true goal of their attacks. Heres what he said, he said, “Compel the crusaders to actively destroy the gray zone themselves. Muslims in the West will quickly find themselves between one and two choices. Either apostatize or emigrate to the Islamic State and thereby escape persecution.” So its clear. Its clear what ISIL wants. They want to manufacture a clash between civilizations. They want frightened people to think in terms of “us versus them.” They want us to turn our backs on Muslims victimized by terrorism. But this gang of thugs peddling a warped ideology, they will never prevail. The world is united in our resolve to end their evil. And the only thing ISIL can do is sp terror in hopes that we will in turn, turn on ourselves. We will betray our ideals and take actions, actions motivated by fear that will drive more recruits into the arms of ISIL. Thats how they win. We win by prioritizing our security as weve been doing. Refusing to compromise our fundamental American values: freedom, openness, tolerance. Thats who we are. Thats how we win. May God continue to bless the ed States of America and God bless our troops.201511/412031襄樊铁路医院治疗斜视眼睛哪家好 But at the end of the day, the circumstances of your life—what you look like, where you come from, how much money you have, what youve got going on at home—none of that is an excuse for neglecting your homework or having a bad attitude in school. Thats no excuse for talking back to your teacher, or cutting class, or dropping out of school. There is no excuse for not trying.但说到底,你们生活的环境——你们的长相、你们的原籍、你们的经济收入、你们家中的境况——这一切都不能成为你们不完成家庭作业活在学校表现差的理由。你们没有理由不从你们的老师、或逃学、或辍学。没有理由不付出努力。Where you are right now doesnt have to determine where youll end up. No ones written your destiny for you, because here in America, you write your own destiny. You make your own future.你们目前的状况并不决定着你们的未来。没有人为你们书写命运,因为这是在美国,你们书写自己的命运。你们掌握自己的未来。Thats what young people like you are doing every day, all across America.这就是像你们这样的年轻人每天都在做的事情,全美各地都是如此。Young people like Jazmin Perez, from Roma, Texas. Jazmin didnt speak English when she first started school. Neither of her parents had gone to college. But she worked hard, earned good grades, and got a scholarship to Brown University—is now in graduate school, studying public health, on her way to becoming Dr. Jazmin Perez.来自德克萨斯州罗马城的贾兹敏·佩雷斯就是一个例。她刚开始上学时并不会说英文。她的父母都没有上过大学。但是她非常勤奋,成绩优秀,获得了布朗大学的奖学金——他如今在读研究生,攻读公共卫生专业,不久将成为贾兹敏·佩斯特士。Im thinking about Andoni Schultz, from Los Altos, California, whos fought brain cancer since he was three. Hes had to endure all sorts of treatments and surgeries, one of which affected his memory, so it took him much longer—hundreds of extra hours—to do his schoolwork. But he never fell behind. Hes headed to college this fall.我想起了来自加利福利亚州洛斯阿尔斯城的安多尼·舒尔茨,他从三岁开始就一直与脑癌进行抗争,他不得不忍受各类治疗和手术带来的痛苦,其中一项手术曾影响了他的记忆,因此他要花更多的时间——要多出数百个小时——在功课上。但是他从未落后。他今年秋季将迈进大学。 /201304/235575So this is just one experiment that we published a few years ago,where a monkey, without moving its body,learned to control the movements of an avatar arm,a virtual arm that doesnt exist. 那么这只是我们几年前发表的一个实验,一只猴子,无需动自己的身体,学会控制一个机械手臂,一个不存在的虚拟的手臂。What youre listening to is the sound of the brain of this monkey as it explores three different visually identical spheres in virtual space.你们听到的是这只猴子脑部的声音在虚拟空间里边探索三个视觉上相同的球体。And to get a reward, a drop of orange juice that monkeys love,this animal has to detect, select one of these objects by touching,not by seeing it, by touching it,because every time this virtual hand touches one of the objects,an electrical pulse goes back to the brain of the animal describing the fine texture of the surface of this object, so the animal can judge what is the correct object that he has to grab, and if he does that, he gets a reward without moving a muscle. 奖励就是给猴子一滴它喜欢的橙汁,这只猴子需要通过触摸来探测和选取其中一个物品,不是通过观察,而是通过触摸,因为每当虚拟手臂触摸一个物体时,一个电子脉冲就会传到猴子的脑部给这个动物描述物体表面的质地,猴子就能够判断它需要选哪个物体,如果它找到正确的物体, 他将无需动一块肌肉而得到奖赏。The perfect Brazilian lunch:完美的巴西式午餐,not moving a muscle and getting your orange juice.无需劳动而获得奖励。So as we saw this happening,we actually came and proposed the idea that we had published 15 years ago. 当我们发现这个之后,我们得出了15年前提出的观点。We reenacted this paper.我们重新起草了文章。We got it out of the drawers,and we proposed that perhaps we could get a human being that is paralyzed to actually use the brain-machine interface to regain mobility. 我们从箱子里找回这篇文章,并提出或许我们可以让一个瘫痪的人运用脑机接口重新获得运动能力。The idea was that if you suffered and that can happen to any one of us.大意就是如果你患有瘫痪,它很有可能发生到任何人身上。Let me tell you, its very sudden.我和你们说,世事无常。Its a millisecond of a collision,a car accident that transforms your life completely. 这是毫秒之差的一个事故,一次车祸就改变了你的一生。If you have a complete lesion of the spinal cord,you cannot move because your brainstorms cannot reach your muscles. 如果你的脊髓完全损伤,你无法运动因为你的脑电风暴无法 将信号发送到你的肌肉中。However, your brainstorms continue to be generated in your head.然而,你的脑电风暴不断在脑部产生。Paraplegic, quadriplegic patients dream about moving every night.截瘫,全身瘫痪的患者 每天都梦到自己又能运动四肢。They have that inside their head.他们在脑子里有这样的感觉。The problem is how to get that code out of it and make the movement be created again.问题就是我们怎么把它转码变成动作,So what we proposed was, lets create a new body.所以我们提出的是 造一个新的肢体。Lets create a robotic vest.创造一个机器背心。And thats exactly why Juliano could kick that ball just by thinking,because he was wearing the first brain-controlled robotic vest that can be used by paraplegic, quadriplegic patients to move and to regain feedback.这就是为什么Juliano能够通过想象来踢球,因为他穿着第一件脑控机器背心能够帮助截瘫,全身瘫痪的患者重新运动并且重新得到运动反馈。That was the original idea, 15 years ago.这就是15年前的想法。What Im going to show you is how 156 people from 25 countries all over the five continents of this beautiful Earth,dropped their lives, dropped their patents,dropped their dogs, wives, kids, school, jobs,and congregated to come to Brazil for 18 months to actually get this done. 我要给你们展示的是从25个国家来自这个美丽星球的五大洲的156人,放下他们的生活 离开他们的父母,宠物、妻子、儿女、功课、工作,聚集到巴西度过18个月来完成这个项目。Because a couple years after Brazil was awarded the World Cup,we heard that the Brazilian government wanted to do something meaningful in the opening ceremony in the country that reinvented and perfected soccer until we met the Germans, of course.因为在几年后巴西成功申请举办世界杯,我们听说巴西政府想在开幕式上做一些意义非凡的事情在这个重塑并完善足球的国家当然,那是在我们碰到德国人之前。But thats a different talk,and a different neuroscientist needs to talk about that. 但那又是另一个话题了,这是另一类神经学家该讨论的问题。But what Brazil wanted to do is to showcase a completely different country,但巴西想要做的是展现一个完全不一样的国家,a country that values science and technology,and can give a gift to millions, 25 million people around the world that cannot move any longer because of a spinal cord injury. 一个重视科学和技术的国家,能够为全球2500万因为脊髓受伤而无法行动的人一个礼物。Well, we went to the Brazilian government and to FIFA and proposed,well, lets have the kickoff of the 2014 World Cup be given by a Brazilian paraplegic using a brain-controlled exoskeleton that allows him to kick the ball and to feel the contact of the ball. 我们向巴西政府和国际足联提出建议,让我们邀请一个巴西截瘫患者使用一个大脑控制的骨骼康复机器人让他能接触并感受到球来为2014世界杯开球。They looked at us, thought that we were completely nuts,and said, Okay, lets try.他们像看到一群疯子一样地看着我们然后说好吧,我们来试一下。We had 18 months to do everything from zero, from scratch.我们有18个月的时间从零开始。We had no exoskeleton, we had no patients, we had nothing done.我们没有机器人,没有患者,我们什么都没有。These people came all together and in 18 months, we got eight patients in a routine of training and basically built from nothing this guy, that we call Bra-Santos Dumont 1.这些人聚集在一起并且在18个月的时间里 我们有8位患者进行日常训练基本上是从零开始,这个家伙,我们称它为Bra-Santos Dumont一号。The first brain-controlled exoskeleton to be built was named after the most famous Brazilian scientist ever,Alberto Santos Dumont,who, on October 19, 1901, created and flew himself the first controlled airship on air in Paris for a million people to see. 第一个脑控骨骼康复机器人是以巴西最著名的科学家,阿尔贝托桑托斯杜蒙来命名,他在1901年10月19号 发明并自行飞行了第一架驾驶飞艇 在巴黎上空在百万人们的注视下飞行。Sorry, my American friends,I live in North Carolina,but it was two years before the Wright Brothers flew on the coast of North Carolina. 对不起,我的美国朋友们,我住在北卡罗纳,但莱特兄弟是在两年后才在北卡的岸边成功试飞的。201503/365169枣阳一医院小儿鼻窦炎要多少钱

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