Robots how intelligent can they be?

December 22, 2013 Leave a comment

How intelligent can robots be today?
It’s been over 5 years trying to build and independent artificial life.
Life is how to survive fully to complete the life cycle .
What is life?
Right from the birth it’s the process to learn from the environment from the senses and react with the motion.
Adapt to the surrounding to live . If you observe specially animals and how each survive right from birth it’s constant learning in the initial months.
The brain starts to know what’s new, what is pain so the mistakes are not done again.
That’s the neural network I’ve been working on a artificial life that recognises the environment and survives on energy .
It’s main aim is to gather energy when free from the sun , knows it environment when it’s day or night.
When many like them know as swarm robots help each other out in a task.
The learning process of artificial life should also handle to bypass the written code and evolve on its own like if the code is written for it to reach A to B but
image if one leg is broken it should be intelligent enough to recogonize that disability try on itself to balance and drag itself from A to B and if it still can’t seem help from the mother when sends out action from the swarm.
The key life has always been survival.

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Different Forms of Acute Leukemia


Summary:
Leukemia is a disease of the bone marrow and blood that is known to affect normal blood cell

Keywords:
childhood leukemia, acute leukemia

Article Body:
Leukemia is a disease of the bone marrow and blood that is known to affect normal blood cell production. Normal blood cells have a limited period of life and they need to be constantly replaced by fresh, young cells to carry on their activity. There is a type of cell within the bone marrow (stem cell) that matures into the type of blood cells that the body needs. In normal condition, these stem cells develop either into red blood cells, white blood cells or platelets, into a controlled way. Leukemia perturbs the normal development of blood cells and causes the accumulation of partially developed cells, that aren�t able to fulfill their role inside the organism.

Judging by the speed of development and the persistence of the disorder, there are two types of leukemia: acute leukemia and chronic leukemia. Judging by the types of stem cells affected by the disorder, leukemia can either be lymphocytic or myelogenous.

Acute leukemia differs from chronic leukemia by the levels that stem cells are able to reach in their development (stem cells that present anomalies still manage to partially develop and either resemble immature cells or complete, normal white blood cells).

Inside the body of people who suffer from acute leukemia of myelogenous, the bone marrow produces stem cells which form a kind of partially matured white blood cell called myeloblast. This type of blood cell doesn�t reach a full maturity state and can�t carry out its intended role. Myelogenous cells tend to multiply very fast and exceed the numbers of healthy blood cells, facilitating the occurrence of anemia, infections and weakening the immune system of the body. The diseased cells can also spread to other places of the organism, such as organs.

As statistics indicate, there are lots of annual cases of the disease, acute leukemia of myelogenous form being the most common type of leukemia. Although the disease is known to regress quickly when the appropriate treatment is administered, if left untreated it may cause the death of the affected person. This form of leukemia tends to recidivate and it can redevelop with time.

Regardless of age and sex, many people are diagnosed with forms of leukemia. Children tend to respond better to some types of leukemia, while adults difficultly cope with the disease. The cases of acute leukemia exceed those of chronic leukemia by approximately 10 percent. Older adults seem to be affected the most by acute leukemia. Around two thirds of acute leukemia cases seem to occur after the age of 60. Leukemia is a serious form of cancer and it needs immediate treatment. If treated correctly, especially in its incipient stages, leukemia can be successfully overcome.

-Dr Gopal I Patel
http://www.newlife-clinic.com
http://www.materia.us

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Cancer spread


Title:
10 Most Likely Cancers You Are Going To Get.

Word Count:
475

Summary:
One of the greatest concerns America has today is cancer. The figures are alarming according to the National Cancer Institute studies a total of 1,372,910 new cases of cancer and 570, 280 deaths were predicted for the year 2005. Approximately one in every four deaths is due to cancer.

Keywords:
Health Forum, health care, Children’s Health Issues, addiction, Cancer, fitness equipment, Burns & Injuries

Article Body:
One of the greatest concerns America has today is cancer. The figures are alarming according to the National Cancer Institute studies a total of 1,372,910 new cases of cancer and 570, 280 deaths were predicted for the year 2005. Approximately one in every four deaths is due to cancer.

Research indicates that the lifetime probability of developing cancer is higher for men at 46% while for women it is 36%. The National Cancer Institute has put in place a challenge to eliminate suffering and death due to cancer by 2015. To meet this, the nation is tackling the problem on a war footing. And, to this end the creation of awareness has become a priority. To conquer cancer you must know what the risks are, how lifestyle changes can help, about intervention and preventive care, and where help is available.

The most common cancers are:

Men:

1. Prostrate. This accounts for approximately 33%.

2. Lung and bronchus. Accounts for 13%

3. Colon and Rectal. Accounts for 10%

4. Urinary and Bladder �7%.

5. Melanoma of skin�5%.

6. Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma�4%.

7. Kidney and Renal Pelvis�3%.

8. Leukemia�3%.

9. Oral Cavity and Pharynx-3%.

10. Pancreas�3%.

Women:

1. Breast �32%.

2. Lung and Bronchus�12%.

3. Colon and rectum�11%.

4. Uterine Corpus�6%.

5. Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma�4%.

6. Melanoma of the skin�4%

7. Ovary�3%.

8. Thyroid�3%.

9. Urinary Bladder�2%.

10. Pancreas �2%.

An organization called the CDC is taking giant strides in the field of cancer prevention and control. They advocate adoption of a healthy life style, eating nutritious and well balanced food, regular health checks, and screening for cancer. Screenings are quite often lifesaving as problems can be nipped in the bud. Many cancers are curable if detected in the early stages.

It is important to know that a cancer is a disease where healthy cells in the body divide uncontrolled to form tumors. This could happen anywhere in the body and some tumors are benign while others are malignant. Most cancers have different symptoms but to give you an idea, symptoms can include an unexplained lump in any part of the body may feel like a small marble; perceptible growth of a wart or mole; wounds and sores that do not heal; a persistent cough; changes in bowel or bladder habits; indigestion; weight loss or gain; unusual bleeding or discharge. These are symptoms that are caused by not just cancer but many other diseases. And, early cancer does not manifest itself in any outward signs so the only way is to undergo health checks. So, you need the help of a doctor to make an accurate diagnosis.

Screening will include routine physical examinations, lab tests, x-rays, and specialized tests like mammograms, CT scans, MRIs, sonography or laparoscopy. The physician will, after giving you a general check and noting down the history recommend any special tests if he finds anything that requires further investigation.

In depth information on cancer, prevention, cures, treatment, counseling and more can be found at: http://www.thecancer.net ; http://www.cancer.org ; and http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics .

Dr Gopal I Patel
http://www.newlife-clinic.com
http://www.materia.us

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Old is gold

Romanian
Adversity makes a man wise, not rich.
If you wish good advice, consult an old man.

-Dr Gopal I Patel
http://www.newlife-clinic.com
http://www.materia.us

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Homoeopathy remedies for obesity

AMMONIUM_BROMATUM Introduction_. Bromide of Ammonia Indicated in chronic laryngeal and pharyngeal catarrh, neuralgic headaches, and obesity
CALOTROPIS_ Introduction_. Obesity, while flesh decreases, muscles become harder and firmer
CARLSBAD_ Introduction_. The Waters of the Sprudel Springs Famous for its action on the liver and in the treatment of obesity, diabetes, and gout
FUCUS_VESICULOSUS Introduction_. Sea Kelp A remedy for obesity and non-toxic goitre; also exophthalmic
GRAPHITES Introduction_. Tendency to obesity
PHYTOLACCA_ Relationship. Compare: Tincture of Phytolacca Berry (sore throats and in the treatment of obesity); Bry; Rhus; Kali hyd; Merc; Sang; Arum triph
THYROIDINUM Extremities. Rheumative arthritis with tendency to obesity, coldness and cramps of extremities
THYROIDINUM Introduction_. Excessive obesity
THYROIDINUM Relationship. Use cautiously in obesity, for a fatty heart may not be able to maintain the accelerated rhythm.
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-Dr Gopal I Patel
http://www.newlife-clinic.com
http://www.materia.us

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Music and Emotions.


Music play of emotions
Music plays a very important part in our lives. Each of us like a certain type of music only where as many having an aversion to certain instruments.

But music has the power to alter your current emotions.
Play a song when you were back as a child or when you were in college and see how emotional you become.

Even people who have a strong heart and have not cried for years when they listen specially to a violin burst out in tears.

Some classical master pieces are
The Andante movement from J.S Bach’s Violin Sonata No. 5 in F Minor and cantata aria “Ich habe genug”; Samuel Barber’s “Adagio” for Strings; Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto (the slow movement); Brahms’ “Selig sind die Toten” from his “German” Requiem and the slow movement from his Violin Sonata No. 3; the slow movement from Chopin’s Sonata No. 3; Sir Edward Elgar’s “Nimrod” Variation from the “Enigma” Variations; Mozart’s Requiem and the first two movements of his last Piano Concerto, No. 27; Puccini’s “Vissi d’arte” from Tosca” and “Nessun dorma” from “Turandot” and the opening duet from “La Boheme”; the 18th Variation from Rachmaninoff’s “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini” and the finale of his Piano Concerto No. 3; the second movement of Schumann’s “Kreisleriana”; and the “Love Death” from Wagner’s “Tristan and Isolde.”

Dr Gopal I Patel
http://www.newlife-clinic.com
http://www.materia.us

Categories: Homeopathy

Autism and Homeopathy


Nearly all my autism cases the parents complained the onset was at 4th year of age .
Many cases are even 12 yrs now , specially in the gulf in the special schools the test of over 18 different sections like study , art , games etc the reports showed drastic improvement in all areas after homeopathic treatment started. Children who spoke just 3-4 words started speaking 30 words in a span of 6 months .

These children have a very great grasping power , many were interested more in cars TV music and would recall things about it very fast.
Fear of noise which was common in all children has also come down.
With Homeopathic treatment they have all improved drastically.

-Dr Gopal I Patel
http://www.newlife-clinic.com
http://www.materia.us

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