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2020-05-02

仕事を辞めようと思う

今の仕事を辞めようと思ってる。

辞めようと考える理由

●今はそこそこの収入を得られているが、これからは下がりそうな予感がすること

●70歳ぐらいまで働きたいと思ってるけど、今のままだと再雇用の65歳まで。それもかなり収入が減ると思われること

●今の仕事が楽しくなくなりつつあり、自分スキルなどが使えなくなりつつあり、勿体なく感じていること

●そして、長男大学卒業し、働き始めるはずなので、2年ぐらいは収入が200万円ほど下がってもなんとかなると思うこと

自分にとっても、今の時代も、働き方を変えるタイミングだと思うこと

じゃあ、今の仕事を辞めて何をするのか?

そこはまだ決まりきってはいない。

とりあえずは、今のスキルを使って稼ぎつつ、新しい稼ぐ手段かつやりたいことを探そうと思ってる(ある程度のイメージはあるつもりだけど)。

今は自分の中でこんな感じで、自分のこれまでとこれけらを退屈なゴールデンウィークの間にまとめてみようと思ってる。

Did(やってきたこと、実績)

Can(できること、スキル

Will(やりたいこと)

いろいろ、いいタイミングだと思ってる。

2020-04-06

イギリスジョンソン首相は、闇の勢力によってウィルス感染させられた。

集団免疫国策にしようとした英国ジョンソン首相コロナ感染させられ、症状が悪化して入院し、死の瀬戸際に追いやられている。

Did Bill Gates Just Reveal The Real Reason Behind The Lock-Downs?)

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/did-bill-gates-just-reveal-real-reason-behind-lock-downs

リンク先には、ジョンソン首相については書かれておらず、著者の想像の模様。

http://tanakanews.com/200406virus.htm

2020-03-30

She had a small role in The Grand Maneuver (1955) for director René Clair, supporting Gérard Philipe and Michelle Morgan. The part was bigger in The Light Across the Street (1956) for director Georges Lacombe. She did another with Hollywood film, Helen of Troy, playing Helen's handmaiden.

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s opposed her becoming an actress, but her grandfather was supportive, saying that "If this little girl is to become a whore, cinema will not be the cause."[A] At the audition, Bardot met Roger Vadim, who later notified her that she did not get the role.[24] They subsequently fell in love.[25] Her parents fiercely opposed th

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2020-03-27

楽園こちら側」の「事実に誠意を」をほぼdeepLで翻訳してみた その1

https://georgebest1969.typepad.jp/blog/2020/03/事実に誠意を.html

これが原文です。

外国から問い合わせが来ているけれども時間がなくて訳せないということで、DeepLの性能確認ついでにやってみました。

この私訳と岩田健太郎先生無関係なのでよろしくお願いします。

訳された文章を原文と見比べ、翻訳文章おかしくなったところや慣用句は「必ず日本語側の文章をいじることで」できるだけ解消しました。

よって改変した文章だけをこちらに載せ、改変する必要がなかったところは段落番号しか載せていません。元文章は元ブログを当たってください。

英語に詳しいパーソンが精査していただけると幸いです。

1 Most of what I'm about to write is no different from what I've said and done in the past. However, I have been asked the same question repeatedly, so I would like to reiterate it. We have received many inquiries from overseas as well, so we should have prepared the same content in English, but due to time constraints, I'm afraid I'll have to skip it. This article is designed to be read without basic knowledge of infectious diseases and jargon, but it is rather difficult to understand. Please forgive me for that.

感想:「Chromeかなにかでそれぞれ母国語に訳してお読みいただけると幸いです。」がきれいさっぱり消えている。DeepLの自負心だろう。

2 The fact that the number of COVID-19 reports in Japan is very low compared to other countries is attracting attention from home and abroad. Is it true? It has been pointed out that the number of tests is so small that we may be misreading the actual number of infected people.

感想home and abrodeでいいんだろうか?

3 However, this point is wrong at various layers. In the first place, Japan does not aim to capture all the numbers of COVID-19. Whether it's administrative testing or insured care, the state basically has a testing strategy in mind to diagnose, hospitalize, and isolate critically ill patients who need to be hospitalized. It is natural that they "haven't figured it out" and they don't intend to. That's not a bad thing.In fact, the situation is the same in every country, large or small, and no country, whether in the United States, Europe, or Asia, is aiming to "capture the whole number.

感想最後の文はなぜか他の文と一緒に入力すると訳してくれなかった。この文一つだけ入力すると訳してくれた。

よく考えると「多かれ少なかれ」は通じないだろうから直した方がよかった。なぜかDeepLに繋がらなくなったのでもう直せない。

WHOもそんなことは求めていない。もっとも、そのわりに日本帰国者無症状者にPCRをやってみたり、無症状な検査陽性者を入院隔離させてみたり(軽症者は自宅じゃなかったの?)、プリンシプルにおいて首尾一貫していない。だから、「彼らがなにがやりたいか私たちはよくわからない」ので、人々は不安になる。リスコミにおける失敗と言えよう。

The WHO is not asking for such a thing. But instead, Japan gives PCR to asymptomatic returnees and isolates asymptomatic test-positive people in hospital (wasn't it home for people with minor illnesses?). It has not been coherent in its principles. So, people get anxious because "we're not sure what they want to do". It's a failure in the press.

感想:「なにがやりたいかよくわからない」に主語付与する必要があった。リスコミがpressになった。よくわかったな。

「〜は自宅じゃなかったの?)、」の、が.になっているのがよくわからない。なぜかDeepLに繋がらなくなったのでもう直せない。

4 The difference between Korea and Japan is the "result" and not the "purpose". In South Korea, where the number of infected people had surged in one place, we had to focus on inspections in and around the area. If such a phenomenon (let's call it an overshoot) occurs in Japan, the number of inspections will increase. When the situation is different, arguing only on the basis of the number of tests without observing the situation is like trying to say, "That team made 50 sliding tackles while this team made only one," without watching a football game. In games where you don't have to slide (e.g., when you're in possession the whole time), even 0 times isn't a "mistake," and of course 50 times isn't a mistake.

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

5 全数把握ができていない疾患など山のようにある。日本ではインフルエンザの「全数」把握はしておらず、定点観測である疫学上、感染対策上、それで十分な情報が得られているからだ。日本で毎年風邪が何例発生しているか、正確に把握したデータはない。レセプトデータを見ればわかるじゃないか、というのも間違いで、なぜなら多くの風邪患者は(ぼくのように)受診せずに自然に治るまで待っている。医療に限らず、経済学でも政治学でもデータサンプリングから母数を推定するのがほとんどで、「全数」は非効率的状態把握法なのだ

There are many diseases for which the total number of patients is not known. In Japan, we do not have a "total" number of influenza cases, but only a fixed-point observation. Because that's enough information, both epidemiologically and in terms of infection control. There is no accurate data on how many cases of the common cold occur each year in Japan. It's also a mistake to say that you can tell by looking at the receipt data, because many cold patients (like me) don't see a doctor and wait until they are cured naturally. Not only in medicine, but also in economics and political science, data are mostly based on sampling to estimate population numbers, and "whole numbers" is an inefficient way of grasping the situation.

感想:ちょこちょこ変えてある。日本語文章が多少おかしくなっているのは勘弁してほしい。接続詞を適切に入れると格段に翻訳が正確になる。

6 We have not seen the devastation in Japan as in Italy, Spain or New York City. There is no medical collapse in a critically ill patient, no use of the operating room as an ICU, no piling up of bodies on a skating rink with no place to put them. Even if the "numbers" are not known, it is a fact that the current situation in Japan (including Tokyo) is much better controlled than in other countries.

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

7 Even so, you may be interested in "Well, what about the actual situation? There are estimates. For example, Dr. Hiroshi Nishiura and his group estimate that the number of mild illnesses in Japan may be twice the reported number. The catch rate is 0.44, with a 95% confidence interval of 0.37-0.50.

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

8 Although the study was based on data from China, there is no guarantee that the Chinese COVID-19 demographic is the same as the Japanese one. Also, since the original study did not include asymptomatic patients or those with minor illnesses that did not require hospitalization, the number of infected patients estimated on that basis would inevitably be an underestimate. If you are more paranoid, it's not unreasonable to believe that "the Japanese and Chinese viruses are different because of the mutation" (although I don't think so).

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

9 This does not diminish the value of the paper itself. The model must always use existing parameters, and it is often impossible to prove the external validity of these parameters. If the underlying parameters are not reasonable, the predictions will not be correct. A model assumes a simplified world insofar as it is a model. A model without simplification, which is an adjectival contradiction.

数理モデルのこうした「前提」にイチャモンを付けるのは、例えばAという疾患を対象ランダム比較試験をしたときに、「Bという疾患については説明できないじゃないか」と文句を言うようなもので、業界仁義に反する意味のない揚げ足取りである

To complain about these "assumptions" of the mathematical model is like complaining, for example, "You can't explain disease B," when a randomized controlled trial is conducted for disease A. This is a meaningless tirade against the honor of the industry.

感想;「分からない」を「説明できない」に変えた。多分これでいいと思う。思いたい。

10 しかし、論文読み手にとっては別である

However, it is different for the reader of the paper.

A mathematical model that assumes a certain hypothesis should have internal academic validity, but it is the responsibility of the reader, as a resident of the real world, to appraise it in the real world.

Aという疾患を対象にしたRCTの知見をBという疾患に使ってはならないように、数理モデル制限理解し、現実世界にアプライするときに十分注意するのは当然だ。

Just as the RCT findings for disease A should not be used for disease B, it is natural to understand the limitations of the mathematical model and to be careful when applying it to the real world. For example, it would be wrong to read the paper and conclude that the total number of infected people in Tokyo is about 500 as of March 26.

感想;「読み手は別である」を「読み手にとっては別である」に変更し、「制限限界」は「limitations and limitations」になったので片方削った。

11 People make mistakes. The models are also wrong. Being wrong is not a big deal. The problem is to notice your mistakes and make corrections. Already, a group at Imperial College London has admitted that its original estimate that the peak of the infection should be moderated was "wrong" and has revised its prediction that the ICU will soon fail if it does not fight the virus fairly aggressively.

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

https://anond.hatelabo.jp/20200327215116その2

2020-03-26

r and ceded Hong Kong Island in the Convention of Chuenpi. However, both countries were dissatisfied and did not ratify the agreement.[58] After more than a year of further hostilities, Hong Kong Island was formally ceded to the United Kingdom in the 1842 Treaty of Nanking.[59] Administrative infrastructure was quickly built by early 1842, but piracy, disease, and hostile Qing policies initially prevented the government from attracting

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commissioner destroyed opium stockpiles and halted all foreign trade,[57] triggering a British military response and the First Opium War. The Qing surrendered early in the war and ceded Hong Kong Island in the Convention of Chuenpi. However, both countries were dissatisfied and did not ratify th

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2020-03-25

st simultaneously shared file in the history of the BitTorrent filesharing protocol, with over 250,000 simultaneous sharers and over 1.5 million downloads in eight hours.[189] For the sixth season, HBO did not send screeners to the press, to prevent the spread of unlicensed copies and spoilers.[190]

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one episode in each of the first four seasons. Martin did not write an episode for the later seasons, since he wanted to focus on completing the sixth novel (The Winds of Winter).[60] Jane Espenson co-wrote one first-season episode as a freelance writer.[61]

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2020-03-23

anond:20191220073648

I am currently working at a factory in a department where I work day shift and night shift. My workplace is in the countryside, where the nearest station is a station where only regular trains stop, and I live in a cheap apartment near a station where only regular trains stop. If I work the night shift, I have to wait for the train for 30 minutes no matter when it ends.

I once hated these 30 minutes.

Factory work is boring. It just repeats the same process. The only way I can cope with boredom is to think while working, or to take advantage of the noisy environment and sing at a decent volume. I didn't want to spend 30 minutes of idle time after such boredom was over, I wanted to go home early, eat, drink and go to bed, and I had no other feelings.

About this time last year, I started writing down things I'd been thinking about in my workday when I was bored, as a 30-minute reprieve from boredom. I am not a smart man, as many factory workers probably are. The longest I've ever written is perhaps a two-page, one-line book report.I struggled to come up with the best way to express myself while I was on shift, and I wrote it down while smoking a cigarette in the smoking area near the station. I can write about 1,000 or 2,000 words, more than three times the length of two pages and one line, without any difficulty.

Thus, I started to use these 30 minutes only for writing. Since then, I've spent my days finding something to write about for those 30 minutes, figuring out how to write it during my shift, and actually writing it while waiting the train.

I got a glimpse of the joy of writing freely, writing words that no one else will ever know.

And now, for the first time, I'm writing with the intention of getting others to read it.

On the first day of December, it was decided that I would be reassigned to a department that did not have a night shift, starting in April. It's a full-time day job that I've been waiting for for the last year, but after April I might be away from writing. When I thought about this, I felt the urge to have someone else read my writing.

I started this writing on December 2, 9 night shifts = 4.5 hours, so far about 800 words. Oddly enough, it's close to two pages and one line. The moment I want someone to read my writing, I find it very difficult to write. However, I'm proud to say that this text makes a lot more sense than the two pages and one line I once wrote, and above all, I was never bored while writing it.

I wonder if I will still be writing since April. We won't know that until the time is right. However, I will say this.

I now love to wait 30 minutes for the train after my night shift.

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I am currently working at a factory in a department where I work day shift and night shift. My workplace is in the countryside, where the nearest station is a station where only regular trains stop, and I live in a cheap apartment near a station where only regular trains stop. If I work the night shift, I have to wait for the train for 30 minutes no matter when it ends.

I once hated these 30 minutes.

Factory work is boring. It just repeats the same process. The only way I can cope with boredom is to think while working, or to take advantage of the noisy environment and sing at a decent volume. I didn't want to spend 30 minutes of idle time after such boredom was over, I wanted to go home early, eat, drink and go to bed, and I had no other feelings.

About this time last year, I started writing down things I'd been thinking about in my workday when I was bored, as a 30-minute reprieve from boredom. I am not a smart man, as many factory workers probably are. The longest I've ever written is perhaps a two-page, one-line book report.I struggled to come up with the best way to express myself while I was on shift, and I wrote it down while smoking a cigarette in the smoking area near the station. I can write about 1,000 or 2,000 words, more than three times the length of two pages and one line, without any difficulty.

Thus, I started to use these 30 minutes only for writing. Since then, I've spent my days finding something to write about for those 30 minutes, figuring out how to write it during my shift, and actually writing it while waiting the train.

I got a glimpse of the joy of writing freely, writing words that no one else will ever know.

And now, for the first time, I'm writing with the intention of getting others to read it.

On the first day of December, it was decided that I would be reassigned to a department that did not have a night shift, starting in April. It's a full-time day job that I've been waiting for for the last year, but after April I might be away from writing. When I thought about this, I felt the urge to have someone else read my writing.

I started this writing on December 2, 9 night shifts = 4.5 hours, so far about 800 words. Oddly enough, it's close to two pages and one line. The moment I want someone to read my writing, I find it very difficult to write. However, I'm proud to say that this text makes a lot more sense than the two pages and one line I once wrote, and above all, I was never bored while writing it.

I wonder if I will still be writing since April. We won't know that until the time is right. However, I will say this.

I now love to wait 30 minutes for the train after my night shift.

2020-02-19

文章として読めるように作業してる→した(作業完了

https://anond.hatelabo.jp/20200219071929

コピペありがとう英文として読めるように、文字起こし完成の作業をしている。終わったらここに貼りつけるね。→作業完了たから、この下に貼りつける。

英語版 文字起こし (自動生成)のコピペを、英語として読める文章にした。いくつか聞き取れていないところがあるので、わかる人がいたらトラバで教えてほしい。聞き取れていないところは「(inaudible01)」みたいに番号をふって記載してあるので、その番号を書いてトラバしてもらえると嬉しい。→20日朝、元動画ユーザーにより削除されていることを確認。よって、聞き取れなかった数か所はそのまま放置となりますあいすみません

あと、増田って脚注使えないんだっけ((脚注テスト))? いくつか注入れたいところがあるのだが、無理っぽいのでアナログ手法を取ることにした。若干読みづらいかもしれないが堪忍してほしい。

追記: Twitterで書いたんだけど、わざわざ時間を割いて(2時間くらいかかった)この作業をしたのは、YouTube自動生成字幕の、8割くらいは合ってるんだけどあとはめちゃくちゃという文面が善意拡散されることを防ぎたかったため。元の主張を拡散たかったのではなく、誤った情報(変な英語)が拡散されるのを防ぎたかったのです。その点、ご理解よろしくお願いします。

ソース動画: ※ユーザーにより削除済み(2020年2月20日確認

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtHYZkLuKcI

Diamond Princess is COVID-19 mill. How I got in the ship and was removed from it within one day. - 2020/02/18, kentaro iwata

Hello. My name is Professor Kentaro Iwata. I am a specialist of infectious diseases at Kobe University Hospital, Kobe, Japan.

Today I entered into[sic]*1 the cruise ship the Diamond Princess, which is, erm, bombarded by a lot of COVID-19 infeciton right now.

And I was removed from the ship on the same day and I'm gonna talk to you why this happened.

I was very concerned of the number of the people who got infected with the COVID-19 disease infections. Then I was wondering why this is[sic](was)*2 happening. I wanted to enter into the cruise ship and wanted to be useful in helping to containing infection there.

I spoke with several people and finally one officer at working for Ministry of Health and Labor called me yesterday, saying that well you can come and enter into a cruise ship and do the infection control works.

And I said fine then I prepared my stuff and I did all the paperworks and arrangement and got onto the Shinkansen from Kobe to Yokohama.

On the way to go to Yokohama I got another call from the same officer, saying, "Somebody didn't like me. So you can't get into the cruise ship." He was not able to say who, and he was not able to say why, but certainly some power over him affected his decision and I was blocked from entering into the ship.

Then after several discussions he found another way that if you could come as a DMAT member, you can come into the the cruise ship. DMAT is the disaster management medical team in Japan and usually deals with a disaster not infectious diseases, but because of the lack of the people who could help people inside a cruise ship to get out of the ship, or the managing of people, and so on, DMAT was requested to enter into the cruise ship.

Because my specialty is not disaster management, so I was not very happy about that, but because we had no other way I said, "Fine, I'll do that."

Additionally, I got another call that some people didn't like me getting into the cruise ship present even as a DMAT member. So another discussion happened then the I waited about one hour in Shin Yokohama Station, and finally the officer find a way. [He said] that "If you work for DMAT not as an infection prevention specialist but as an ordinary routine DMAT officer working under (inaudible01) DMAT doctor doing a routine job, then you could come into the cruise ship."

I was not very happy with that decision, but because there's no other way, so I said, "Fine, I'll get into the ship."

I entered the ship. Then I found the chief officer of the DMAT and spoke with him. I said, "Well I was assigned to the DMAT members (inaudible02) out whatever you want to say." Then he said, "Well, you don't have to work DMAT work because that's not your specialty. You are an infection prevention specialist, so why don't you do the infection control." Then I said, "Fine, I spoke with the superior of him who is[sic](was) in charge of the all the DMAT operations, and he also said, "You are an infection control person, so you should do infection control." I said, "Fine." But he said, "Well, you shouldn't be here as a DMAT member. You should come as (inaudible03) infection control specialist." He was not very happy about that while I was inside the DMAT. But because that was not my decision, there was no other way. So I said, "Well I have to do it."

I looked into the several places inside the ship and it turned out that the cruise ship was completely inadequate in terms of infection control.

There was no distinction between the Green Zone, which is free of infection, and the Red Zone, which is potentially contaminated by the virus.

So the people could come and go, (inaudible04) a PPE, off PPE. Crews were just walking around, the officers of the Ministry Health and Labor were walking around, DMAT people were walking around, psychiatrists were walking around.

And people were eating on the one plate. People were wearing PPE and off PPE, and eating lunch with their gloves on, and just dealing with the smartphone with full PPE, so it was completely chaotic.

And some crews had a fever. They went to the medical center while wearing N95 masks. But he didn't have any protection between his room and a medical room.

And the medical officer was not protecting herself. And she was very unhappy, saying that well she was already infected. I'm sure about that. She was completely giving up protecting herself.

Anyways I (have) dealt with a lots of infections (for) more than twenty years. I was in Africa dealing with the Ebola outbreak. I was in another country dealing with the cholera outbreak. I was in China in 2003 to deal with the SARS, and I saw many febrile patients there. I never had fear of getting infection myself for Ebola, SARS, (and) cholera, because I know[sic](knew) how to protect myself and how to protect others, and how the infection control should be. So I could do the adequate infection control; protect myself, and protect others.

But inside (the) Princess Diamond, I was so scared. I was so scared of getting COVID-19 because there was no way to tell where the virus is. No Green Zone, no Red Zone. Everywhere could have the virus and everybody was not careful about it.

There was no single professional infection control person inside the ship. And there was nobody in charge of infection prevention as a professional. The bureaucrats were in charge of everything.

I spoke with the head officer of the Ministry of Health and Labor and he was very unhappy with my suggestion of protecting DMAT people and other staffs so that no other secondary transmission would occur.

Then after several hours of talking to people and finding problems, I found a lot of issues there. For example, informed consent of getting a PCR from the people in the ship whereas(? inaudible05) on a paper, and that paper was going back and forth, back and forth with the room of the infection from the paper, by touching there[sic](it). So I suggested that maybe it's better to abandon the paper-type informed consent but rather getting the informed consent verbally would be more protective, and so on and so on.

I think I was reasonable. I never yell at anybody, I never criticize anybody personally, but I was trying to be constructive that we try to seek the constructive but immediate improvement to protect everybody inside the ship.

※このあたりから独自に聞き取っておいてから字幕と照らし合わせるという方法に切り替えたので、ことばとことばの間のandなどを書かない頻度が増えます

Then about five o'clock, the person from the quarantine office came in and approaced. (He) said, "Well you have to be out because you'll not be allowed inside the ship." Because I was inside the ship as a temporary officer of the quarantine. Apparently my bank(? inaudible06) was removed by somebody, and nobody said who, and then I was out.

The officer who offered me the job of infection control said he was sorry. Then I asked him, "So what do you wanna do? Do you want to infect everybody in the ship? It will be thousands of people who could potentially get COVID-19.

I don't criticize DMAT people. They were infection control specialists. Society of Infection Prevention entered, a lot of specialists came in, but they spent only a few days and they left. And they said they were fearful of getting infections themwelves.

I share the same fear. Because I'm in the same room now, and I separated from my family, I'm very scared of getting infection myself and I'm very scared of infecting my family too.

I'll be out of my medical services at Kobe University Hospital for maybe next two weeks to avoid further infections to occur. That is very likely to occur if you keep zero infection control inside the ship, the Diamond Princess, like this.

You might know that there is no CDC*3 in Japan, but I thought there must be some specialists called on and was[sic](were) in charge of infection control in ship. It's not expecting[sic](expected) (that) nobody was a professional infection control specialist, and (that) only the bureaucrats were doing the jobs, completely layman's work, violatiing all the infection control principles and risking people inside (of*4) further infections, so I'm not very surprised to see many new positive PCR to be broadcasted every day.

Hundreds of people got infected and a lot of people from outside Japan decided to take the people away from the ship and bring them to their home countries by airplane and offered them another 14 days of quarantine. I hope this will be an opportunity to raise a question (about) what is happening inside the ship.

I wish all the international bodies to request Japan to change. I wish everybody to call for the protection of people inside the Diamond Princess. Otherwise there'll be far more infections for passengers, for crews, for DMAT members, for psychiatrists, for officer(s) of the Ministry of Health and Labor. DMAT members consist of nurses and doctors and that they will go back to the hospital they work routinely and they might infect their patients further to spread the disease. I can't bear with it. I can't bear with it.

I think we have to change. We have to do something about these crews and we have to help people inside the ship, their safety and their life.

Again, I am Professor Kentaro Iwata, infectious disease specialist. Thank you for listening.

【注】

*1: enterは他動詞なので本来はintoは不要クソリプのような語注だが、英語教材屋なのでそこはすまん。今回は、原文尊重編集を加えないこと)の観点からそのままintoをつけておくことにした。

*2: 時制の一致でwasにしたほうがよいところ。これ系の文法ミスはほかにもごく少数含まれているが、原文尊重編集を加えないこと)の観点から、そのまま文字起こしして、より望ましいと思われる語形をカッコで書き添えるようにした。本来、何も書かずにサクッと直すようなところだが、今回は編集者の処理が見えるようにすることが重要と考えた。

*3: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 米国政府機関

*4: risk ~ of ... という構文はたぶんないと思うが、書かれた言葉としてはここに何かないと文意が成立しないと思うので、便宜上ofを補っておく。



追記2月19日午後9時半過ぎ)

BBC岩田教授インタビューして、日本語記事英語に先行して出しているので見るとよいと思う。このYouTube動画説明されていなかった具体的なことも記者との質疑応答説明されている。映像3分17秒。

感染症専門家客船内の感染対策批判 BBC取材: https://www.bbc.com/japanese/video-51556982

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英語版 文字起こし (自動生成)のコピペ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtHYZkLuKcI

Diamond Princess is COVID-19 mill. How I got in the ship and was removed from it within one day.

2020/02/18

kentaro iwata

00:00

hello my name is professor control yatta

00:04

I am a specialist of infectious diseases

00:07

at Kobe University Hospital kobe japan

00:11

today i entered into the guruship

00:16

diamond princess which is bombarded by a

00:21

lot of copied 19 infection right now and

00:24

I was removed from the ship on the same

00:27

day and I'm gonna talk to you why this

00:31

happened I was very concerned of the

00:34

number of the people who got infected

00:36

with copy 19 disease infections then the

00:40

I was wondering why this is happening I

00:43

wanted to enter into the cruise ship and

00:46

wanted to be useful in helping to

00:49

containing infection there I spoke with

00:53

several people and finally the one

00:55

officer at working for Ministry of

00:59

Health and Labor called me yesterday

01:02

saying that well you can come and enter

01:04

into a cruise ship and do the infection

01:06

control works and I said fine then I

01:08

prepared my stuff and II did all the

01:12

paperwork's and arrangement and they got

01:16

in onto the Shinkansen from Kobe to

01:18

Yokohama all the way to go to Yokohama I

01:20

got another call from the same officer

01:21

say that somebody didn't like me

01:25

so do you can't get into the cruise ship

01:28

the he was not able to say who and he

01:32

was not able to say why but certainly

01:35

some power over him

01:37

affected his decision and I was blocked

01:41

from entering into the shape then after

01:44

several discussions he found another way

01:46

that if you could come as a woman

01:48

team-up member you can come in at into

01:51

the cruise ship Jima is the disaster

01:53

management medical team in Japan and

01:55

usually deals with disaster not

01:58

infectious diseases but because of the

02:00

lack of the people who could help people

02:02

inside a cruise ship to get out of the

02:05

ship or the managing of people and the

02:08

swansong limit was requested to enter in

02:12

the cruise ship because my specialty is

02:16

not a disaster management so I was not

02:18

very happy about that but because we

02:20

have no other way I said fine I'll do

02:22

that

02:23

additionally I got another call that

02:26

some people didn't like me getting into

02:28

the cruise ship present even as a team

02:30

at members ODI another discussion

02:33

happened then the I rated about our one

02:38

hour in shin-yokohama sessions and

02:40

finally the officer find a way that if

02:42

you work for Team act not as an

02:45

infection prevention specialist but as

02:47

the ordinary routine diamond officer

02:51

working under wounded team at doctor

02:53

doing a routine job then you could come

02:56

into the cruise ship I was not very

02:59

happy with that decision but because

03:02

there's no other way so I said finding

03:04

out get into the ship I entered the ship

03:07

then I found the chief officer of the

03:11

d-mat and spoke with him I said well I

03:15

was assigned to the d-mat members or the

03:17

out whatever you want to say they he

03:19

said well you don't have to work team at

03:22

work because that's not your specialty

03:23

and you are an infection prevention

03:26

specialist so why don't you do the

03:27

infection control then I said fine I

03:29

spoke with the superior of him who is in

03:33

charge of the ultimate operations and he

03:36

also said that you are infection control

03:38

person so you should do infection

03:39

control I said fine but he said well you

03:42

shouldn't be here as a d'emic member you

03:46

should come as the along to infection

03:47

control specialist he was not very happy

03:49

about while I was inside a demon but

03:54

because that was not my decision there

03:56

was no other way Sophie I said well I

03:58

have to do it

03:59

I looked into the several places inside

04:03

the ship and the turned out that the

04:07

cruise ship was completely inadequate in

04:10

terms of the infection control there was

04:15

no distinction between the Green Zone

04:18

which is the free of infection and the

04:20

red zone which is potentially

04:22

contaminated by Paris so the people

04:25

could come

04:26

and go welding a PPE of PPE crews were

04:32

just walking around and the officers of

04:36

ministry the house and the labor was

04:38

walking around d-mat people are walking

04:40

around psychiatrists are walking around

04:42

and people were eating on the one

04:45

players people were wearing PPE and off

04:49

PPE and eating lunch with a club song

04:52

and just dealing with the smartphone

04:56

with full PPE so it was completely

04:59

chaotic and some crews had a fever they

05:06

went to the medical center while wearing

05:08

and nike5 masks but he didn't have any

05:11

protection between his room and a

05:14

medical room and the medical officer was

05:17

not protecting herself and that she was

05:20

very happy saying that well she was

05:24

already infected I'm sure about that

05:26

so the she was completely giving up

05:30

protecting herself

05:32

anyways I dealt with a lots of

05:36

infections more than twenty years and I

05:39

was in Africa dealing with the Ebola

05:41

outbreak I was in another country is

05:44

dealing with the kalila outbreak I was

05:48

in China in 2003 to deal with the sauce

05:52

and I saw many febrile patient there I

05:55

never had fear of getting infection

06:00

myself for Ebola SARS cholera because I

06:07

know how to protect myself and how to

06:12

protect others and how the infection

06:15

control should be SOT I could do the

06:18

adequate infection control protect

06:21

myself and protect others but inside

06:24

princess diamond I was so scared I was

06:29

so scared of getting copied 19 because

06:33

there was no way to tell where the virus

06:36

is no green zone no red zone

06:39

everywhere could have Barris and

06:41

everybody was not careful about it there

06:45

was no single professional infection

06:47

control person inside the ship and that

06:49

there was nobody in charge of infection

06:52

prevention as a professional the

06:53

bureaucrats were in charge of everything

06:55

and I spoke with the head officer of the

06:59

Ministry of Health on labor and he was

07:01

very happy with my suggestion of

07:04

protecting Deemer people and other

07:06

staffs so that no other secondary

07:09

transmission to occur then after several

07:13

hours of talking to people and finding

07:16

problems I found a lot of issues there

07:19

for example informed consent of getting

07:23

a pcr from the people in the ship

07:26

whereas on a paper and that paper was

07:30

going back and forth back and forth with

07:34

the room of the infection from the paper

07:36

by touching there so I suggested that

07:38

maybe it's better to abandon the paper

07:42

type informed consent but resolutely

07:44

getting the informed consent

07:46

probably would be more protective so on

07:49

so on so yeah I I think I was reasonable

07:53

and I never yell at anybody and I never

07:56

criticize anybody personally but I was

07:59

trying to be constructive but we try to

08:01

seek the constructive but immediate

08:05

improvement to protect everybody inside

08:09

the ship then about five o'clock the

08:13

person from the quarantine of his came

08:15

in and approached said well you have to

08:17

be out because you will not be allowed

08:20

to insert a shape because I was inside

08:23

ship as the temporary officer of the

08:26

crown quarantine that he apparently my

08:31

my bank was removed by somebody and then

08:35

nobody said who that the I was out and

08:39

the officer who offered me the job of

08:43

infection control said he was sorry then

08:45

I asked him so what do you want to do

08:48

then do you want to infect everybody in

08:49

the ship it will be your thousands of

08:52

people who could

08:53

potentially get Kovac 19 i don't

08:58

criticize diamond people they were not

09:00

infection control specialists Society of

09:04

infection prevention entered the a lot

09:12

of specialists came in but they spend

09:16

only a few days and to left and they

09:19

said they were fearful of getting

09:20

infections and cells I share the same

09:23

fear because I'm in the same room now

09:26

and I separated from my family I'm very

09:31

scared of getting infection myself and

09:34

I'm very scared of infecting my family

09:37

too I'll be out of my medical services

09:41

at Culver University Hospital for maybe

09:44

next two weeks to avoid further

09:47

infections to occur that is very likely

09:51

to occur if you keep zero

09:55

infection control inside the ship that

09:58

brings us like this you might know that

10:02

there is no CDC in Japan but I thought

10:05

there must be some specialists called

10:08

on and was in charge of infection

10:11

control in ship it's not expecting

10:14

nobody was professional infection

10:17

control specialist and the only the

10:21

bureaucrats were doing the jobs

10:24

completely layman's work in the bio

10:27

letting all the infection control

10:29

principles and the risking people inside

10:33

further infections so I'm not very

10:36

surprised to see many new positive PCR

10:41

to be broadcasted every day hundreds of

10:44

people got infected and the lot of

10:47

people from outside Japan decided to

10:49

take the people away from the ship and

10:53

bring them to their home countries by

10:56

airplane and offered them another 14

10:59

days of current I I hope this will be

11:04

the opportunity to

11:07

raise a question what is happening

11:08

inside ship I wish all the international

11:12

bodies to request Japan to change I wish

11:16

everybody to call for protection of

11:23

people inside the diamond princess

11:26

otherwise though we far more infections

11:31

for passengers for clues for demon

11:34

members for psychiatrist for officer of

11:37

the Ministry of Health and labor d-mat

11:40

member consists of nurses and doctors

11:43

and that they will go back to the

11:44

hospital they work routinely and it's a

11:47

much infected their patients further to

11:50

spread and the disease

11:53

I can't bear with it I can't bear with

11:56

it I think we have to change we have to

12:00

do something about these crews and we

12:05

have to help people inside the ship

12:08

their safety and the life again I am

12:15

professor can't order an infection this

12:18

infectious disease specialist thank you

12:21

for listening

2019-12-27

[B! VSCode] VS Code ネタ詰め合わせ - Qiita

VSCodeサンタハット問題いまさらながら知って、githubissues読んでるんだけどヒドいなこれ。大喜利的に他者攻撃するためだけの投稿が飛び交いまくってるし、発言spam認定されて不可視化されてるの多すぎる

https://github.com/microsoft/vscode/issues?q=is%3Aissue+label%3A%2Aoff-topic

特に↓の、元投稿者本人がレスつけてるやつ、雰囲気が完全に5chとかまとめブログのそれ。#87268の彼をreligious zealotsとか言ってるほうもたいがいoffensiveなんだよなあ

https://github.com/microsoft/vscode/issues/87517

ブコメ民もこれの何が論点なのか理解していないようなので、#87268の彼の発言を以下に引用しよう。

I did not in any way mock your religion, I just stated that such symbols, religious and otherwise have no place in a professional dev environment(中略)

I am just a dev who is trying to do the right thing and my complaint about that religious symbolism on globally available software that has nothing to do with religion whatsoever, is completely out of place(中略)

The aforementioned hates fest by the way also proves the absolute necessity to keep dev apps and networks as well other professional apps and networks free of political and religious symbolism, apparently especially xmas related symbolism since history in fact did repeat itself and I for some reason became a proxy for the hate these people have for people of color and Jews. I can only imagine how those groups must feel, I after all have only been subject to this for the third day now, the groups in question however must live with this their whole lives. So, think people and stop this madness. It most certainly is not funny, not funny at all.

2019-11-16

anond:20191116072907

87分署シリーズ14作目「クレアが死んでいる(原題"Lady, Lady, I did it!")」以上のものはないな、タイトル一覧でシリーズ中盤の展開のネタバレするのマジでやめろバカ

初期から出てるクレアを(でもこいつ14作目で死ぬんだよな……)と思いながら読まなきゃいけないゴミクソ邦題

2019-09-24

MITメディアラボ フード・コンピュータ 性能偽装環境汚染隠蔽疑惑

フード・コンピューター (food computer) のプレゼン配信していたTEDが、2点の批判についてページを公開した。

フード・コンピュータープレゼンのようには動かない

汚染水排出MITメディアラボオープン農業構想を州の環境保護局が調査

フード・コンピューター疑惑検証メディアラボ所長(当時)がうやむやにした疑いなど機能偽装について

Hype vs. Reality at the MIT Media Lab (The Chronicle of Higher Education)

オープン農業構想のプロジェクトリーダー Caleb Harper が建築を学んだ後この構想に至った経緯や、プレゼン偽装するよう指示された研究員が、開発していない機器無関係プロジェクト写真入りで紹介されたこと(プロジェクト担当者の水増し)も説明されている。

フード・コンピューター検証問題提起MITメディアラボ所長(当時)伊藤穣一氏がうやむやにして問題放置

As research lead, Babakinejad felt it was his responsibility to raise these issues with Harper and other members of the team, and he did so in an email. He also raised his concerns with Ito. In an email, he told the director that the Open Agriculture Initiative had not been able to create a controlled environment in the food computers, and that the devices had been sent to schools and a refugee camp without being tested to ensure that they worked. He worried that Harper was misleading funders. Ito responded by asking if he could raise these issues with Harper. Babakinejad agreed to let Ito share his general concerns. (Ito did not respond to a request for comment. A Media Lab spokeswoman declined to comment.)

プロジェクトにおけるresearch leadとして、Babakinejadはフード・コンピューター問題光合成のためのLEDによる熱で温度が安定しない、二酸化炭素酸素湿度を調整できない)を提起する責任があると感じ、その問題メールでHarperや他の研究員に提起した。その心配伊藤穣一MITメディアラボ所長(当時)にも提起した。「オープン農業構想はフード・コンピューターの中で制御された環境をつくることができていません。その装置はきちんと動作するか検証されないまま学校難民キャンプに送付されました。」Harperが資金提供者を誤解させていることが心配だった。伊藤所長は、その問題をHarperとともに提起できる(その問題をHarperに話していい)か、彼に質問しました。Babakinejadは自分懸念伊藤所長から他に伝えることを了解しました。(伊藤穣一氏にコメントを依頼したが、返答なし。メディアラボ広報担当コメント拒否

プロジェクトリーダー Caleb Harper への取材

Harper's optimism helps raise money, and without money he won’t be able to see this dream of an international network of food computers come true. His critics, he said, “are basically jealous because I raise a lot of funding while giving away knowledge for free.” Harper also said that he doesn’t mislead the public. He’s explained his progress in great detail in a series of Medium posts, he said. Some may have misinterpreted his vision as current reality, he said, but if they listened closely they would not be mistaken. “Can you email a tomato to someone today? No,” he said. “Did I say that in my TED talk? Yes. Did I say it was today? No. I said, you will be able to email a tomato.”

Harperの楽観主義資金集めに役立ちました。その資金がなければ、フード・コンピューター国際的ネットワークが実現しませんでした。Harperによれば、自分への批判基本的には嫉妬、なぜなら知識無料提供しているのに多くの資金を集めているから。Harperは、自分一般の人を誤解させていない、Medium に詳細を書いた進捗状況の記事をずっと書いているから、とも言いました。自分展望を今の現実と誤解している人がいるかも知れないが、もししっかり聞いていたなら、誤解は決してしない。「トマトメール今日送れますか?いいえ」「TEDトークで私は言ったでしょうか。ええ。それが今日だと私は言いましたか?いいえ。私は、トマトメールを将来送れるようになる、と言ったんです。」

It's true that Harper didn’t quite say that food computers can email tomatoes or apples, though you could be forgiven for thinking exactly that. He frequently leaves the impression that the project has achieved, or is on the brink of achieving, an enormous breakthrough. It’s a style that has attracted the sort of high-profile attention, not to mention corporate funding, that fuels projects at the MIT Media Lab, and his willingness to showcase food computers beset with problems feels consistent with Ito’s “deploy or die” philosophy.

かにHarperは、フード・コンピュータートマトリンゴメールできるとは言っていない。しかし今できると考えてしまうのもしかたない。彼は、自分プロジェクトがすでに大きなブレークスルーを達成したか、今すぐにも達成しそうだという印象を頻繁に残している。その方法で、いわゆる有名人やもちろん企業投資の注目を集め、MITメディアラボプロジェクト資金が集まる。問題が山積している食料コンピューターをHarperが展示し続けるというのは、伊藤穣一氏の「実装なくば死を」の考えに一致しているようだ。

M.I.T. Media Lab, Already Rattled by the Epstein Scandal, Has a New Worry (The New York Times)

You seem to think endlessly reiterating untrue claims will lend them credibility, but it won’t,” Dr. Babakinejad wrote to Mr. Harper. “By persisting in this course of action, you have been putting M.I.T. and everyone associated with you at risk and I think it’s time that you were made to face up to that and take responsibility for it.”

正しくない主張を終わることなく繰り返していればその主張に真実味が出てくると考えているようですが、ありえません」とBarakinejadは(雇用契約更新がされなかった後)Harperに書いた。「そういった行動を続けることで、MITあなた関係している全員を危険さらし続けています。それ(正しくない主張を繰り返すこと)に向き合って、責任を取るときだと思います。」

大事デモ自動のはずの光の量を人手で調節

The food computers, which researchers have envisioned selling to the public, are supposed to provide plants with just the right amount of light. But when the light function was not working, another member of the OpenAg team said, speaking on the condition of anonymity to describe sensitive events, an engineer manually rigged the device so that light would shine at the correct level during an important demonstration.

フード・コンピューターは、一般に売り込むために研究者想像したものですが、適切な光の量をちょうど植物供給すると思われていますしかし、光の装置機能しないとき匿名を条件にしたあるオープン農業構想チームの研究員によれば、大事デモとき技術者装置不正操作して、適正レベルに光らせていました

専門家によるフード・コンピューター評価

コーネル大学教授植物学)Thomas Bjorkman によると、オープン農業構想の論文が書いているような機能を持つ箱はあるが、操作するのに費用が掛かり、24キロワット240個の100ワット電球を同時に光らせる)エネルギー必要になる。

論文学術価値について、「制御環境を使った農業工場の現状はとても進んでいるので、植物栽培研究実践について影響はほとんどない。」とBjorkman教授コメントした。

MITメディアラボ伊藤穣一所長(当時)がフード・コンピューターについての訴えをうやむやに(The Chronicle of Higher Education 記事と同じ出来事

In an email exchange with Mr. Ito, Dr. Babakinejad expressed his concern about what he said were Mr. Harper’s false claims in a draft of the academic paper, the “60 Minutes” interview and lectures.
“Up to now,” Dr. Babakinejad wrote, “we have not been able to achieve a ‘controlled environment’ nor been able to create an atmosphere (Climate control) as he leads people to believe in his talks. His claims about developments such as implementations of image processing, microbiome dosing, creating different climates and collecting credible data from bots across the world are not true.”
Mr. Ito wrote in his reply: “Can I say that you have concerns about whether the food computers have been able to create a controlled environment which would put into questions some of the claims we make about the data and outcomes?”
Dr. Babakinejad replied in the affirmative, and the exchange ended.

MITメディアラボ伊藤穣一所長(当時)とやりとししたメールで、Barakinejadは論文ドラフトドキュメンタリー番組インタビュー講義でのHarperの誤った主張に関する心配を書いていました。

現在まで、Harperが講演で人々を信じさせているような、制御された環境も出来ていないし、天候の制御も出来ていない。画像処理実装マイクロバイオーム、異なる気候を作ること、世界中ボットから信頼できるデータを集めること、といった開発についての主張は正しくありません。」伊藤穣一氏の返事は「フード・コンピューター制御された環境を作れるかどうかによって、データや結果に関しての主張のいくつかに疑問が生まれる、という懸念を持っているということでしょうか」

Babakinejadは肯定的な返事を返したが、そこでやりとりは終わった。

根拠のない統計を周りが止めても、Harperは講演で使った

他に「リンゴは収穫してから店頭に並ぶまで平均11か月(最近は14か月)掛かっている」の11か月という統計根拠がないと指摘しても、Harperは止めなかった。アメリカ農務省の答え「その統計不正確」

郊外研究施設周辺の環境汚染MITによる組織隠蔽

MIT Media Lab Kept Regulators in the Dark, Dumped Chemicals in Excess of Legal Limit (Propublica and WBUR)

以下では、MITメディアラボオープン農業構想をメディアラボMIT環境健康安全オフィスMITマサチューセッツ州環境保護局を州と略記。

報道における汚染水隠蔽時系列

2015年 オープン農業構想 (Open Agriculture Initiative) がCaleb HarperによりMITメディアラボで開始

2016年8月 コンサルタントMITメディアラボ施設ディレクターメール水耕栽培用の水の窒素量を10ppm以下に抑えるなら、排水用の貯水池が最適」

2017年6月ごろ Babak BabakinejadがHarperのグループに参加

2017年10月 Babakinejadがresearch leadに昇進し、汚染水排出した施設での勤務を開始

2017年12月 マサチューセッツ州監査員が貯水池の利用に制限付き許可を出す。

2018年3月22日 ラボノートの記録によると、廃棄濃度を報告義務の限度を大幅に超える(水の量が多く、許可制限内では希釈できない)。

2018年4月研究員メディアラボ)BabakinejadがHarperにメール汚染水窒素量が制限を大幅に超えているとHarperに報告(1度目)

2018年4月16日 (研究員メディアラボMIT)Babakinejadがメール汚染水窒素量が大幅に超えているとHarperとMITに報告。HarperはBabakinejadにMITへの直接報告を禁止

2018年4月17日 MITのPhyllis CarterがHarper, Babakinejad, ほかのメンバーメール「先週のサンプルにおける窒素量は140ppm。このレベル排水許可されない。」(MITはこの時点で州の規則違反となる環境汚染を把握

時期不明 HarperはBabakinejadに勤務時間中の作業内容を30分ごとに記録するよう指示(Babakinejadは報復だと感じた)

2018年中旬 BabakinejadがHarperのグループから去る。

2019年1月 (州→MITマサチューセッツ州担当者 Joseph CeruttiがMIT環境健康安全オフィスPhyllis Carterにメールで、貯水池排出された汚染水窒素量の月例報告を催促。

MIT→州)Carterは4月から6月まで何も貯水池排出していないと返答(1-3月、7-12月の報告を送らず、無視

2019年2月(州→MITメディアラボ) 報告が届かないので、CeruttiはCarterとHarperに、2週間以内に回答がなければ、違反通知、罰金許可取り消しを警告

メディアラボ→州)HarperはCeruttiへ即座に返答「農業廃液は野外に捨てて、米国環境保護庁の地下注入管プログラム (UIC) のシステムには入れていない。これはMIT合意した手続き」(貯水池のみの利用という

2019-09-17

寄付隠蔽みんなで騙せば怖くない MITと他もいくつか 続き

寄付隠蔽みんなで騙せば怖くない MITと他もいくつかの続き

リードホフマン (Reid Hoffman) LinkedIn創業者MITメディアラボ不服従賞の資金提供

ネリ・オックスマン (Neri Oxman) MITメディアラボ教授デザイナー

リードホフマン

LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman defended a former MIT official who accepted donations from Jeffrey Epstein (Business Insider, 9月8日)

According to Giridharadas, Hoffman wrote in a second email that Giridharadas was making the situation "all about you" by threatening to resign. In the end, Giridharadas resigned.

Giridharadasによると、ホフマンメールに、作家MITメディアラボ不服従審査員の Anand Giridharadasに向かって、「(エプスタインとの関係が明らかになって批判されている)この状況はすべてお前のせいだ」と書いて、MITメディアラボ不服従審査員を辞任するよう脅した。結果、Giridharadasは辞任した。

ネリ・オックスマン

A meeting with Jeffrey Epstein led to a gift -- and, now regrets (The Boston Globe)

The MIT Media Lab’s schedule was cleared on a Saturday afternoon in October 2015. There was a special guest and potential donor visiting then-director Joi Ito’s office.
One by one, some of the highest profile professors at the Media Lab trooped in and presented their research, answered questions, and discussed their work with the prospective benefactor: Jeffrey Epstein.

2015年10月のある土曜日メディアラボの予定は空けられていた。伊藤穣一所長(当時)のオフィスを、特別ゲストであり、資金提供者になるかもしれない人が訪問していた。MITメディアラボの優れた経歴の教授の数名が一人ずつ、将来の支援者ジェフリー・エプスタインに対して、自分研究を紹介し、質問に答え、研究について議論した。

She discussed her research on how art, science, engineering, and design work together and brought small-scale models of her sculptures. Ito and another senior MIT professor were also present.

彼女(ネリ・オックスマン)は、どうやって芸術科学技術デザインを一緒に機能させるかについて議論し、自分の作った小さいサイズ彫刻を持って行った。伊藤穣一所長ともう一人年長のMIT教授が同席していた。

The day was a success: Oxman’s lab, Mediated Matter, received $125,000 tied to Epstein over the years. And because MIT did not want the disgraced financier to use the gift to help rehabilitate his reputation, Oxman was told it would be kept confidential.

オックスマン研究室複数年に渡ってエプスタインから合計125,000ドルを受け取った。そして、不祥事を起こした資金提供者が名声を取り戻すためにその資金を使うことをMITは望まないという理由で、オックスマンはこのことを秘密にするよう指示された。

“This is the first and only time I met Epstein,” Oxman said in a statement. “Joi assured me that Epstein was an approved donor who wished to devote his fortune to science and technology, in part to make amends for wrongs he committed earlier in his life.”

これがエプスタインに会った最初最後です、とオックスマン声明で言った。エプスタイン自分人生で犯した過ちを償う一環として、自分財産科学技術に捧げたいと願う(MITにより)認められた寄付者だ、と伊藤所長が私に断言しました。

After the meeting, Oxman told the Globe, Ito twice asked her to write notes thanking Epstein for his contributions. She, along with other professors, were invited to dine with Epstein on several occasions, though she said she never attended. And in 2017, Ito requested that her design lab, which often produced donor gifts for the university, send a token of appreciation to Epstein: . . . She complied, and asked lab members to mail it to Epstein’s Manhattan address.

オックスマンによると、そのミーティングの後、寄付感謝するエプスタイン宛のメモを書くよう、伊藤所長から2度求められた。他のMIT教授らとともに、エプスタインとの食事に招待されたが、参加したことはない、と本人は言っている。2017年伊藤所長はオックスマン研究室にエプスタイン宛の返礼品(大学への寄付者への贈り物)を作るよう依頼した。(略)彼女は従い、研究室メンバーにエプスタイン宛に送るよう依頼した。

But she also told the graduate student “do not worry, we are *not* sponsored by him, per my direction,” according to the e-mail.

(エプスタインに返礼品を送るよう指示されて、その関係問題視した)研究室学生に、「心配しないで。私たちはエプスタインから資金提供は受けていない。私の指示に従って」とメールで伝えた。

2019-09-14

寄付隠蔽みんなで騙せば怖くない MITと他もいくつか

伊藤穣一 MITメディアラボ前所長

ニコラス・ネグロポンテ (Nicholas Negroponte) MITメディアラボ創設者名誉教授

ローレンス・レッシグ (Lawrence Lessig) ハーバード大学法学部教授

ピーター・コーヘン (Peter Cohen) MITメディアラボ前開発部長

ラファエルライフ(Rafael Reif)MIT理事長

セスロイド(Seth Lloyd) MIT機械工学教授

リチャード・ストールマン (Richard Stallman) MITコンピュータ科学人工知能研究所 (CSAIL) 客員研究員GNUプロジェクト創始者フリーソフトウェア財団 (FSF) 代表

伊藤穣一

Reid Hoffman apologizes for role in Epstein-linked donations to MIT

リードホフマンLinkedIn創業者)の謝罪

My few interactions with Jeffrey Epstein came at the request of Joi Ito, for the purposes of fundraising for the MIT Media Lab. Prior to these interactions, I was told by Joi that Epstein had cleared the MIT vetting process, which was the basis for my participation. My last interaction with Epstein was in 2015. Still, by agreeing to participate in any fundraising activity where Epstein was present, I helped to repair his reputation and perpetuate injustice. For this, I am deeply regretful.

私の数少ないジェフリー・エプスタインとの関わりは、伊藤穣一の求めによるもので、MITメディアラボ資金集めのためのものです。会う前に、私は伊藤穣一からエプスタインMIT審査手続きクリアしたと聞きました。それがエプスタインに会った理由です。エプスタイン最後に会ったのは2015年でした。エプスタインが出席した資金集め活動に何であれ参加することに同意したことで、エプスタイン名誉回復し、不正を長続きさせることを手助けしました。これについて、私は深く後悔しています

ニコラス・ネグロポンテ

MIT Media Lab founder defends embattled director's decision to accept money from Jeffrey Epstein (The Boston Globe)

In an e-mail to the Globe sent after the meeting, Negroponte said he told Ito that “he should” take Epstein’s contribution, and “I would say that again based on what we knew at the time. . . . “Epstein is an extreme case. But then do you take Koch money? Do you take Huawei money? And on and on?” Negroponte said.

MITメディアラボ総会で、「ジェフリー・エプスタインから資金を今でも受け取れと所長に言う」との発言を)総会の後に届いたメールでは、「所長は受け取る「べき」だ」、「あのときわかっていたことを基にすれば、同じことをいう」という意味だと説明した。(略)「エプスタインは極端な例だ。しかコーク・インダストリーズアメリカ保守勢力コーク家同族企業)の金なら受け取るのか?ファーウェイの金は?じゃあ他はどうなる?」とネグロポンテは言った。

ローレンス・レッシグ

On Joi and MIT

I had known of Joi’s contact with Epstein since about the beginning. He had reached out to me to discuss it. We are friends (Joi and I), and he knew I would be upset by his working with a pedophile.

Joi伊藤穣一)がエプスタインと連絡を取っていたのは、最初から知っていた。彼はそのことを私に相談していた。彼と私は友人で、自分小児性愛者と仕事をしていることで、私が動揺することを、彼は知っていた。

Joi believed that he did not. He believed Epstein was terrified after the prosecution in 2011. He believed he had come to recognize that he would lose everything. He believed that whatever else he was, he was brilliant enough to understand the devastation to him of losing everything. He believed that he was a criminal who had stopped his crime. And nothing in his experience with Epstein contradicted this belief.

エプスタインはもう虐待者ではないと Joi は信じていた。エプスタイン2011年起訴された後、恐怖に襲われている、と伊藤穣一は信じていた。エプスタインはすべてを失うことになるのを認識するに至ったと伊藤穣一は信じていた。いずれにせよ、エプスタインはすべてを失うという絶望理解する十分な知性があると、伊藤穣一は信じていた。エプスタインはもう犯罪を犯さな犯罪者だと、伊藤穣一は信じていた。伊藤穣一はエプスタインに会って、その信念に矛盾することを何も感じなかった。

IF you are going to take type 3 money, then you should only take it anonymously. . . . Good for them, for here, too, transparency would be evil.

タイプ3の資金犯罪者から犯罪でない方法で得た資金)を受け取るなら、匿名でのみ受け取るべきだ。(略)(学生学歴秘密にするように、資金を受け取る場合も)透明性は悪になる。

Sure, it wasn’t blood money, and sure, because anonymous, the gift wasn’t used to burnish Epstein’s reputation.

かにエプスタイン資金犯罪で得られたものではなく、確かに匿名で受け取ったので、その資金提供はエプスタインの名声を高めるために使われていない。

I know that Farrow’s article is crafted to draw the following sentence into doubt: Everything Joi did in accepting Epstein’s money he did with MIT’s approval. I trust the MIT review will confirm it (yes, I remain exactly that naive). So why is he resigning, rather than others in the administration?

ファローによるニューヨーカー記事は「JoiMIT承認の下、エプスタイン資金を受け取った」ことが疑わしくなるように整形されている。MIT調査はそれを承認したと、(ええ、馬鹿正直だと思うが)私は信じている。そうなら、MIT経営陣ではなく、なぜ彼が辞職するのか?

And if Ito must go because Epstein’s wealth was accepted anonymously, who else should go because of blood money accepted openly? Will the planet have an equal advocate who demands justice for the Koch money? Or the victims of opioid abuse for the Sackler money?

もし、エプスタイン資金匿名で受け取ったことで、伊藤が辞職しなければいけないなら、顕名犯罪により得た資金を受け取った人は辞職すべきだろうか?保守勢力コークインダスリー資金に対して、正義を求める平等主義弁護士はこの地球にいるのだろうか?サックラー家の資金に対してオピオイド被害者は?

So put the parts together: The MediaLab accepted an anonymous contribution from Epstein through the help and direction of Joi. The Lab did not (as “Professor Anonymous” wrote to me, his outrage apparently blinding him to irony) “help reputation-launder a convicted sex offender.” It would have, had it not be anonymous; but that’s the point about it being anonymous.

要点をまとめると、メディアラボJoi の補助と指示によりエプスタインから匿名寄付を受け取った。メディアラボ有罪性犯罪者汚名を雪ぐことは何もしていない。匿名でなければ、汚名を雪ぐことがあったかもしれないが。それが匿名であることのポイントである

ピーター・コーヘン

Peter Cohen, a former director of development and strategy, said in a statement that when he joined the Media Lab in 2014, it already had established procedures for handling Epstein’s contributions. Cohen said he understood that those policies were “authorized by and implemented with the full knowledge of MIT central administration.”

MITメディアラボ前開発部長ピーター・コーヘンは声明で、2014年メディアラボ仕事を始めたとき、エプスタイン資金提供を扱う手順(匿名化、少額分割)はすでに出来上がっていた。これらの方針は、MIT経営陣の中心が十分理解したうえで承認され、実行されていた、と彼は理解した。

ラファエルライフセスロイド

少女虐待容疑の米富豪のMIT寄付、理事長が容認 大学ぐるみで匿名化 (AFPBB)

MITセスロイド(Seth Lloyd)教授がエプスタイン被告から寄付を受けたことに対する感謝状に、ライフ氏の署名があることを、同大とエプスタイン被告との関係調査している法律事務所から知らされたという。

Letter regarding preliminary fact-finding about MIT and Jeffrey Epstein不正資金に対する調査途中経過報告)

Second, it is now clear that senior members of the administration were aware of gifts the Media Lab received between 2013 and 2017 from Jeffrey Epstein’s foundations. Goodwin Procter has found that in 2013, when members of my senior team learned that the Media Lab had received the first of the Epstein gifts, they reached out to speak with Joi Ito. He asked for permission to retain this initial gift, and members of my senior team allowed it. They knew in general terms about Epstein’s history – that he had been convicted and had served a sentence and that Joi believed that he had stopped his criminal behavior. They accepted Joi’s assessment of the situation. Of course they did not know what we all know about Epstein now.

メディアラボ2013年から2017年の間にジェフリーエプスタイン基金から資金提供を受けたことを、MIT経営陣の上層部が知っていたことが明らかになった。メディアラボがエプスタイン資金を初めて受け取ったことを2013年上層部が知ったとき伊藤穣一に連絡を取ったことがわかった。伊藤穣一はその資金を返却しない許可を求め、上層部許可した。伊藤穣一上層部はエプスタインの経歴について、有罪になって刑に服したという一般的事柄を知っていた。伊藤穣一はエプスタイン犯罪行為を止めたと信じていた。上層部伊藤穣一による評価を受け入れた。エプスタインについて今わかっていることを、当時彼らは知らなかった。

Joi sought the gifts for general research purposes, such as supporting lab scientists and buying equipment. Because the members of my team involved believed it was important that Epstein not use gifts to MIT for publicity or to enhance his own reputation, they asked Joi to agree to make clear to Epstein that he could not put his name on them publicly. These guidelines were provided to and apparently followed by the Media Lab.

伊藤穣一は、ラボ研究者支援設備購入などの一般的研究目的資金を求めた。かかわった経営陣のメンバーは、伊藤穣一にエプスタインから次の事項に対する了承を得るよう求めた。MITへの資金提供を公にしたり、エプスタインの評判を良くしないように、資金提供名前公表しないこと。これらのガイドラインメディアラボ提供され、メディアラボガイドラインに従った。

Information shared with us last night also indicates that Epstein gifts were discussed at at least one of MIT’s regular senior team meetings, and I was present.

エプスタイン資金提供について、少なくとも1度は上層部定例会議で議論された。理事長である私も出席していた。

I am aware that we could and should have asked more questions about Jeffrey Epstein and about his interactions with Joi. We did not see through the limited facts we had, and we did not take time to understand the gravity of Epstein’s offenses or the harm to his young victims. I take responsibility for those errors.

ジェフリーエプスタイン自身と、彼と伊藤穣一とのやりとりについてもっと質問できたし、すべきだった。知りえた少ない事実を精査しなかった。エプスタインによる加害行為の重大さや若い被害者への危害理解する時間を取らなかった。これらの過ちの責任理事長である私にある。

リチャード・ストールマン

Famed Computer Scientist Richard Stallman Described Epstein Victims As 'Entirely Willing' (The Vice)

Early in the thread, Stallman insists that the “most plausible scenario” is that Epstein’s underage victims were “entirely willing” while being trafficked.

メーリングリストスレッドの初期に、「最も可能性のあるシナリオは、エプスタインにより被害を受けた未成年者は、売春強要されている間、完全に自ら望んでその状況にあったとすることだ」とストールマンは主張した。

メーリングリスト投稿されたストールマンメールを含む一連のスレッドは、記事最後PDF ファイルで閲覧できる。

制限文字数を超えたため、続きは寄付隠蔽みんなで騙せば怖くない MITと他もいくつか 続きに書きました。

2019-08-25

英語ポッドキャスト聞き取れない

TOEIC勉強ディクテーションが良いって聞いたから、適当ポッドキャストを書き取ってみようとしたけど、聞き取れなくていらいらして途中でやめてしまった。始めてから気づいたけど、ネット上にスクリプトがなくて、聞き取れないところでずっともやもやしてる。

もし英語わかる人これ読んでくれてたら、下の聞き取れてないところ教えてほしい。

音源はここ → https://www.se-radio.net/2019/08/episode-376-justin-richer-on-api-security-with-oauth-2/

3:34 So the user’s not really setting authorization policies and it’s not something like, you know, ざっかまる (?) where you’re setting up things that, you know, "when I see this kind of request, this is the kind of result that I’m looking for."

5:13 And it actually did so well that big companies like Google and Yahoo and bunch of others dropped support of their proprietary versions of delegation protocols, おーせぶん, びびお, and bunch of others that sort of influenced OAuth.

11:20 And that automatically allows both sides of the table 何言ってるかわからん who’s doing more because everyone has a different identifiable access token. Right, exactly. That’s where you can and a lot of large providers have started doing a heuristic べーくす monitoring of API access.

12:03 Yeah. のっだっ similar to what your banks do at the moment (???) isn’t it? If you’re pretty much based on UK or US and all the sudden a transaction pops up in Italy, then they know something’s wrong and you get an email or a call.

12:47 何もわからん 本当に英語

13:25 Yeah, 'cause the traceability, you know, it’s like, for example, when someone famous, a video of them gets posted on Twitter or something or shared, you can trace the original share, but you don’t know if ぱぺっちゃ’s been taken or, you know, once it’s out there, it’s out there.

こっちは何言ってるのかわかってないのに、話してる人同士はExactly!!とか盛り上がってて、悔しい。

てか15分くらいの音声聞き取るのに2時間以上かかった気がするけど、ディクテーションってそういう拷問なの?

2019-08-21

anond:20190820135532

目を閉じて歩く。

人通りが少なく、車も来ないところで行うこと。

何もないと思っていても段差で引っかかったりするけど、慣れるまでは3歩に一回瞬きすれば平気。

というのはさておき、DID ダイアログ・イン・ザ・ダークっていう、

まったく見えない暗闇での生活を、視覚障害の方たちと共に過ごすっていう体験を一度されてみるのはいかがでしょうか?

白杖の使い方や、けがしないように工夫されている家具のことや、食べた時の感じ方の違い、

他の参加者と声を掛け合って動くことなど、いろいろと貴重な体験でした。

今は大阪しかされていないですが、東京でも11月から再開されるようですよ。

2019-08-15

[]

1、What did you do yesterday?

昨日は何をしまたか

2、I wish I were good-looking.

イケメンだったらなあ

2019-07-08

[]2019年7月7日日曜日増田

時間記事文字数文字数平均文字数中央値
0011321815193.136
015610831193.429
02264202161.647.5
0320179089.553
04182434135.252
0523163371.024
0625177771.149
07192689141.575
08506094121.944
0960550691.839
10748048108.849.5
117413114177.240
121061017095.942.5
13115866575.342
1412114603120.739
1591836992.031
16109821475.436
1711615207131.137
189511516121.258
19101904189.537
20879333107.345
211451128977.943
2215118974125.746
2311011388103.542
1日1905216702113.842

本日の急増単語 ()内の数字単語が含まれ記事

DID(6), 予算委員会(8), 織姫(5), 彦星(5), 消えた年金(4), 七夕(15), 宮島(3), クリムト(5), 灸(5), ドル円(4), ネット投票(5), 民主党(25), 政党(31), 自民党(58), 自民(30), 野党(47), 3分(10), 交代(12), 与党(17), 政権(35), 減税(8), 選挙(41), 投票(37), 官僚(13), 消費税(26), 経済(33), 安倍(17), 増やし(15), 投資(17)

頻出トラックバック先(簡易)

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増田合計ブックマーク数 ()内の数字は1日の増減

6422887(3109)

2019-07-07

anond:20190707135818

DIDの内容がブロックチェーン管理されるらしい

しかも同時に複数ブロックチェーン管理することができるんだとさ

どういうことかと言えば官庁巨大企業が用意するブロックチェーンだけでなく、誰か1人が管理しているわけでないBitcoinブロックチェーンにもDIDを書き込めるらしい

これはメチャクチャ強いぞ

anond:20190707154724

今のシステムでも究極的に脅迫は防げないだろ

買収に関してはSSI/DID増田の言うシステム自明になると思うぞ

これドキュメント読んでると金システムすら包括するシステムになるっぽい

このシステムで最も困るのは犯罪者前科者、反社組織自己破産者だろうな

罪を犯したり、借金の踏み倒しをすると商取引が全くできなくなる可能性がある

ドキュメントを読むと個人情報開示請求個人は承諾権を持つが、この請求に応じない個人との取引拒否する権利があると思われる

じゃあ結局、企業個人情報収集ができるだろと思うかも知れないけど、ドキュメントを読む限りでは請求される個人情報生データがそのまま企業へ伝わるわけではないようだ

まり企業はその個人の「年齢がいくつか?」を問うことは出来ず、企業はその個人が「成人かどうか?」を問わなければならず、DIDというシステムは「成人である」ことだけを証明するようだ

これは例えば市区町村税を徴収する際にも、細かな枝番まで個人は開示する必要はなく、市区町村は「特定地域個人が住んでいるか?」を問い、個人はその個人情報請求に応じて「住んでいる」を返すようだ

自己破産者であっても借り入れの内容は明らかになりにくいが自己破産であるかどうかを判断できる、反社であっても何処の組織かは明らかになりにくいが反社であることを判断できる

反社との商取引法令で禁じられているし、公職選挙法違反を犯し公民権停止を食らうリスク高まるシステム現在選挙投票よりも明らかに優れてるぞ

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