Hand cleaning is key, said Donald Schaffner, a specialist in food science and a distinguished professor at Rutgers University in New Jersey. You should clean your hands after returning from the store. "And if you're still feeling worried after you put all your groceries away, wash your hands and/or use hand sanitizer," he said. Also, clean your hands before preparing a meal and before eating. … [Read more...] about Viral video advises washing fruit and vegetables with soap. Here’s why that’s a bad idea.
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Myth 3: Avoid ibuprofen if you're infected with the coronavirusThis myth came from a reputable source -- Olivier Véran, the health minister of France. He tweeted on March 14 that taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen, "could be a factor in worsening the infection" (quote translated from French). If you have a fever, he says, take paracetamol (also know as acetaminophen or Tylenol in the US). Some reports are saying that taking ibuprofen and other NSAIDS could make symptoms of COVID-19 worse. … [Read more...] about 8 coronavirus health myths, fact checked
One of the closest analogies might be the music industry's lawsuit against ReDigi, an online service that let users "re-sell" digital music tracks they had purchased online. Copyright's first sale doctrine has long allowed people to resell books, CDs, and other copyrighted works on physical media. ReDigi argued that the same principle should apply to digital files. But the courts didn't buy it. In 2018, an appeals court held that transmitting a music file across the Internet creates a new copy of the work rather than merely transferring an existing file to its new owner. That meant the first sale doctrine didn't apply. … [Read more...] about Internet Archive offers 1.4 million copyrighted books for free online
Bottom line: Sony this week announced that it will soon be spinning off its Imaging Products & Solutions, Home Entertainment & Sound and Mobile Communications business units into a separate entity called Sony Electronics Corporation. The move likely won't have much of an impact on Sony's consumer-facing entities but could affect some shareholders' portfolios. The change is set to take place on April 1 and no, this isn’t an early April Fools’ gag. … [Read more...] about Sony spins off three business units into newly created Sony Electronics Corporation
Data is the raw material that fuels artificial intelligence and machine learning initiatives, but it actually can't be that raw. It needs to be as accurate, timely and well-vetted as possible -- or else AI will deliver erroneous or biased results. At this stage, most enterprises haven't quite locked down the viability of the data employed within their AI efforts. … [Read more...] about In artificial intelligence, enterprises still not minding their data