Monday, June 18, 2018

Indian stone-curlew: World Univ and Sch - a kind of WUaS Ikea, Medical Schools at World Univ & Sch ONLINE, "Vadodara: poor people suffer due to Lack of Medicine in Generic Medical Stores," Online SURGERY? "I ask my residents & students to draw a pic of the post-operative anatomy after #GISurgery to help them understand the resulting physiology ...," New related blog post in World University and School's blog, These stores, again, are especially distribution centers for students studying for free CC-4 MIT OCW_centric online university degrees from their homes, in the most remote parts of India, for ex., "[Wikidata] Machine translation efforts for underserved languages," See, too: "Long-billed curlew (Numenius americanus) ... ," So, presumably, WUaS medical students learning and practicing tele-robotic surgery in the state of Gujarat, India, would be able to engage a Wikidata-Google GNMT translator in the smallest languages there


World Univ and Sch - a kind of WUaS Ikea


https://youtu.be/1M7ixNx7KZM


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World Univ & Sch's Hangout on Air - https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch/status/1008442314505662464 - on Monday, June 18, 2018.

Vadodara: poor people suffer due to Lack of Medicine in Generic Medical Stores - http://www.gujaratheadline.com/vadodara-poor-people-suffer-due-to-lake-of-medicine-in-generic-medical-stores/

Am interested in exploring, conceptually, setting up a kind of WUaS Ikea / Walmart re this Pharmacy in India (see blog post below) in your cities and in your languages, and for an online bookstore / computer  / robotics / hospital / online surgical store re WUaS:

Medical Schools at World Univ & Sch ONLINE, "Vadodara: poor people suffer due to Lack of Medicine in Generic Medical Stores," Online SURGERY? -https://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2018/06/medical-schools-at-world-univ-sch.html

Thank you,
Scott
- https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch?lang=en
- https://twitter.com/WUaSPress?lang=en
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New related blog post in World University and School's blog:
https://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2018/06/medical-schools-at-world-univ-sch.html

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See, too:

Long-billed curlew (Numenius americanus): Medical Schools at World Univ & Sch ONLINE, "Vadodara: poor people suffer due to Lack of Medicine in Generic Medical Stores," Online SURGERY? "I ask my residents & students to draw a pic of the post-operative anatomy after #GISurgery to help them understand the resulting physiology ..."

http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2018/06/long-billed-curlew-numenius-americanus.html



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Hi Ajit, Nicolai, VJ, Mircea, Peter, Julian, Andrzej, and Prasanna,

How best, planning-wise, to begin a WUaS Ikea / Walmart in Vadodara, India, but probably first in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gandhinagar, Gujurat's capital city - and a WUaS Ikea in all your large cities / countries' capitals and in your languages, and for online / on-the-ground pharmacies / bookstores / computer stores  / robotics' stores / hospitals / online surgical stores re WUaS's blog post today - https://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2018/06/medical-schools-at-world-univ-sch.html and today's Hangout https://youtu.be/1M7ixNx7KZM - https://www.youtube.com/WorldUnivandSch ?

Ajit, for example, if you had the capital and a plan, would you be able to help develop this in Vadodara, and Gandhinagar, in Gujurat, in west India, as well as in your city, B and Calcutta in West Bengal?

Cheers, Scott


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Ikea-india
https://ikea.in/ikea-india

Ikea India - Taj Mahal image
https://www.slideshare.net/surbhijainiet/ikea-in-india


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These stores, again, are especially distribution centers for students studying for free CC-4 MIT OCW_centric online university degrees from their homes, in the most remote parts of India, for example.


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[Wikidata] Machine translation efforts for underserved languages


Hi Olya, Wikibabel, GerardM, and Wikidatans,

How does Wikidata's new lexicographical project work with regard to Swahili (since it is a Wikipedia / Wikidata language) and Google Translate / GNMT re your "Our approach leverages Google Translate to make English Wikipedia articles accessible to underserved communities" (re: https://medium.com/@oirzak/wikibabel-equalizing-information-access-on-a-budget-4038f750e90e)?

Will a Wikibabel team you help create add Swahili lexemes to the lexicographical project - https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:Lexicographical_data - and then Google GNMT - which is end-to-end translation software ... https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-jwgtcgkgG2o/WDSBrwu9jeI/AAAAAAAABbM/2Eobq-N9_nYeAdeH-sB_NZGbhyoSWgReACLcB/s1600/image01.gif (https://ai.googleblog.com/2016/11/zero-shot-translation-with-googles.html) - use this new Swahili lexicographical data by processing this through its algorithms?

(WUaS seeks to facilitate machine translation in all 7097 living languages, and by growing out of Google GNMT; WUaS donated itself for co-development to Wikidata in 2015).

Cheers,
Scott


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Hi Olya, Lucie, and Wikidatans,

Very interesting projects. And thanks for publishing, Lucie - very helpful!

With regard to Swahili, Arabic (both African languages!) and Esperanto, and leveraging Google Translate / GNMT, I've been looking at this Google GNMT gif  image -  https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-jwgtcgkgG2o/WDSBrwu9jeI/AAAAAAAABbM/2Eobq-N9_nYeAdeH-sB_NZGbhyoSWgReACLcB/s1600/image01.gif - and wondering how the triplets of the Linked Open Data of Wikidata structured Knowledge Base (KB) would stream through this in multiple smaller languages?

I couldn't deduce from this paper - https://arxiv.org/pdf/1803.07116.pdf - here, for example ...

2.1 Encoding the Triples The encoder part of the model is a feed-forward architecture that encodes the set of input triples into a fixed dimensionality vector, which is subsequently used to initialise the decoder. Given a set of un-ordered triples FE = {f1, f2, . . . , fR : fj = (sj , pj , oj )}, where sj , pj and oj are the onehot vector representations of the respective subject, property and object of the j-th triple, we compute an embedding hfj for the j-th triple by forward propagating as follows: hfj = q(Wh[Winsj ;Winpj ;Winoj ]) , (1) hFE = WF[hf1 ; . . . ; hfR−1 ; hfR ] , (2) where hfj is the embedding vector of each triple fj , hFE is a fixed-length vector representation for all the input triples FE. q is a non-linear activation function, [. . . ; . . .] represents vector concatenation. Win,Wh,WF are trainable weight matrices. Unlike (Chisholm et al., 2017), our encoder is agnostic with respect to the order of input triples. As a result, the order of a particular triple fj in the triples set does not change its significance towards the computation of the vector representation of the whole triples set, hFE .

... whether this would address streaming triplets through GNMT?

Would this? And since Swahili, Arabic and Esperanto, are all active languages in - https://translate.google.com/ - no further coding on the GNMT side would be necessary. (I'm curious how best for WUaS to grow small languages not yet in either Wikipedia/Wikidata's 287-301 languages or in GNMT's ~100+ languages?).

How could your Wikidata / Wikibabel work interface with Google GNMT more fully with time, building on your great Wikidata coding/papers?

Cheers,
Scott

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Scott_WUaS

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Posted these last two emails to the Wikidata email list here too:

https://plus.google.com/u/2/+ScottMacLeodWorldUniversity/posts/8b2YWseXFGb

https://plus.google.com/u/3/+ScottMacLeodWorldUniversity/posts/8b2YWseXFGb


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So, presumably, WUaS medical students learning and practicing tele-robotic surgery in the state of Gujarat, India, would be able to engage a Wikidata-Google GNMT translator in the smallest languages there.  





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