17.12.2018 Дмитрий Мариничев встретился с инвесторами RMC и рассказал о текущем состоянии проекта. Часть 2. Ответы на вопросы. Для просмотра субтитров на английском языке следует нажать значок субтитров в правой нижней части экрана. Ссылка на презентацию на русском языке: https://cloud.mail.ru/public/AGtv/w4GFKv1EA ------------------------------------------ 17.12.2018 Dmitry Marinichev had a meeting with the RMC investors, told them about the current state of the project and answered the questions. Part 2. Answers on questions. To see the English subtitles please click on the icon of the subtitles in the right lower part of the screen. The link to the English version of the presentation: https://cloud.mail.ru/public/MxEn/oXoDme7zL
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Robert Brunner, Alex Schwing, Thomas Paine, Tanmay Gupta, and Prajit Ramachandran spoke on a panel about Deep Learning. Robert Brunner is an astronomy professor at the University of Illinois and Laboratory Lead for Cosmological Data Mining. He is also the Data Science Expert-in-Residence for the University of Illinois Research Park, where he focuses on the application of advanced computational and statistical techniques to extract knowledge to astronomical data in an effort to better understand the universe. Alex Schwing is an assistant professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He graduated with a diploma/master in electrical engineering and information technology from Technical University of Munich (TUM) and completed his PhD in computer science at ETH Zurich, before he joined University of Toronto as a postdoctoral fellow. His research focuses on algorithms for inference and learning. Thomas Paine is a PhD student at the University of Illinois. He is also a PhD intern for Google, and previously worked for Adobe as a Computer Vision Intern and Barrow Neurological Institute as a Research Assistant. Tanmay Gupta is a third year PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Illinois, where he is working with Prof. Derek Hoiem on AI tasks at the intersection of Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing. He completed his undergradate studies in Electrical Engineering from IIT Kanpur, where he worked on face detection, tracking and recognition in videos. Prajit Ramachandran is a Computer Science undergraduate student at the University of Illinois, where he will complete studies in 2017. He has completed internships at Google Brain and Sift Science.
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Topic: Policies to protect the public from exposure to chemicals A Distinguished Lecture Series panel-based question and answer session with Paul Anastas, Professor and Director, Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering, Yale University and other Purdue faculty moderated by John W. Sutherland, Professor and Fehsenfeld Family Head of Environmental and Ecological Engineering. Panel Participants: Andrew Whelton, Assistant Professor, Lyles School of Civil Engineering and Environmental and Ecological Engineering Jennifer Freeman Associate Professor of Toxicology & Environmental and Ecological Engineering Otto C Doering III Professor, Agricultural Economics Watch Paul Anastas' full lecture: http://bit.ly/anastas-lecture More on this lecture series: http://bit.ly/DistinguishedLectureSeries Purdue Engineering: http://engineering.purdue.edu/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/PurdueEngineering Twitter: https://twitter.com/PurdueEngineers @PurdueEngineers Instagram: https://instagram.com/PurdueEngineers Contact us about this video: [email protected] Purdue's College of Engineering is among the largest in the United States and includes 13 academic programs, all with high rankings. U.S. News and World Report ranks Purdue's College of Engineering in the Top 10 nationwide: no. 8 for graduate programs and no. 8 for undergraduate programs.
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Facts: In 1978, Randy Curtis Bullock became the trustee of his father's trust. The trust's only asset was his father's life insurance policy, and Bullock and his four siblings were the trust's only beneficiaries. As trustee, Bullock was only allowed to borrow from the trust to pay the life insurance premiums and to satisfy a withdrawal request from another trustee. Despite these restrictions, Bullock borrowed from the trust three times: to satisfy a debt on his father's business, to allow him and his mother to purchase certificates of deposit, and to allow him and his mother to purchase real estate. All of the loans were fully repaid. When Bullock's two brothers learned of the existence of the trust and their brother's actions, they sued him in Illinois state court. They claimed that Bullock had breached his fiduciary duty by taking loans that violated the guidelines of the trust. The brothers moved for summary judgment and the court granted it. The court ordered Bullock to pay $250,000 in damages for the benefits he received from his dealings with the trust, $35,000 in attorneys' fees, and placed the property Bullock purchased—a mill in Ohio—in a constructive trust. The constructive trust was awarded to BankChampaign, which replaced Bullock as the trustee of his father's trust. Bullock was unable to sell the mill to satisfy the Illinois judgment. In 2009, Bullock filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 to discharge his debt from the Illinois judgment. The bank started an adversary proceeding in bankruptcy court where it argued that debts arising out of "fraud or defalcation while acting in a fiduciary capacity" are not dischargeable by bankruptcy. The bank moved for summary judgment and the bankruptcy court granted the motion. Bullock appealed the bankruptcy court's judgment to district court, and the district court affirmed. The district court recognized that the only way for Bullock to satisfy the judgment debt was to sell the mill, and the bank could not hold it in perpetuity, so the district court concluded that the bank was abusing its power; however, it still affirmed the decision of the bankruptcy court. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit affirmed the judgment of the bankruptcy court and held that Bullock's conduct met the standard for defalcation because it was objectively reckless and constituted a known breach of a fiduciary duty. Question: Are debts arising out of fraud or defalcation in a fiduciary capacity dischargeable in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding? Conclusion: No. Justice Stephen J. Breyer delivered a unanimous opinion holding that a bankruptcy proceeding resulting from "fraud or defalcation" is not dischargeable and that the term "defalcation" encompasses knowledge of or grossly reckless behavior in a fiduciary capacity. The Court held that the term should include a knowledge or intent requirement because such a reading follows statutory and judicial precedent. Additionally, this interpretation differentiates the term from others in the statute and provides a clear definition on which courts may rely. The Court then vacated the lower court's judgment and remanded the case to determine if further proceedings were necessary under this heightened standard. For more information about this case see: https://www.oyez.org/cases/2012/11-1518 Section 1: 00:00:05 Section 2: 00:25:31 Section 3: 00:45:48 Section 4: 00:56:10 PuppyJusticeAutomated videos are created by a program written by Adam Schwalm. This program is available on github here: https://github.com/ALSchwalm/PuppyJusticeAutomated The audio and transcript used in this video is provided by the Chicago-Kent College of Law under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. See this link for details: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/
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