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2020-06-04

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んー色々

dotがあったけど、つながなかったし

Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.

自分の内なる声に従う勇気がなかった

2020-05-10

Shouldn't "whites" be correctly discriminated against in corona?

Shouldn't "white people" be correctly discriminated against in corona?

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Discrimination and persecution related to coronaviruses is now widespread worldwide.

There is a concrete and wide-ranging summary of the situation.

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"List of Incidents of Foreign Fear and Racism Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_incidents_of_xenophobia_and_racism_related_to_the_COVID-19_pandemic

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That is the English version of Wikipedia article.

With Google Chrome, right-click → Translate to Japanese, but the translation is a bit rough, but anyone can read it in Japanese.

The contents are like this.

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>> In France, after the new coronavirus was confirmed on January 24, 2020, a lot of harassment and discrimination against Asians occurred [41]. It is aimed at Asians such as Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Filipino [42], and taxis and trains that refuse to board Chinese, Korean, Japanese have appeared [41] [43] ].

>> French newspaper Le Courrier Picard featured an Asian woman in a mask on the top page on January 26, 2020 with the heading "Yellow Alert".

>> On March 8, 2020, a Japanese restaurant in Rivoli, Turin, Piedmont, was targeted for arson by a teenager who teased his owner and called him an epidemic carrier. [191]

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Not limited to the above, Wuhan and Africans in China, Chinese and infected people in Japan.

Discrimination, whether in the United States, Egypt, Africa or anywhere in the world, exists at all.

In a sense, it's almost equal. Under extreme circumstances, it is not uncommon for "weak" people to be able to keep themselves without creating enemies.

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However, what I want to say is not a used phrase such as "Let's live kindly with philanthropy."

There is no objection to it. If the world can eliminate discrimination and prejudice, I naturally want it.

But what I felt was a big question before that. It can be called academic interest.

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Chinese discriminate against Wuhan natives, Japanese discriminate against Chinese, and Europeans discriminate against Asians.

I see, there is a reason to that, considering the spread of coronavirus infection. "From what you see, what's dangerous is that area".

Roughly, it may be the result of thinking about "weak" people.

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But here's the strange thing. Asians, Africans, yellows and blacks, they are discriminated against in many places around the world.

Frankly speaking, it's safe to say that blacks have little to do with the coronavirus. It's just that the original sense of discrimination has surfaced.

These ethnic groups and regions are equally discriminated against. It is a sense of discrimination that is based on fear but is incorrect but makes sense.

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However. Then why isn't "white people" discriminated against?

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From April to May, the coronavirus showed an explosive spread in the West.

In the ranking of the number of infected people in the world, the United States is alone, with 1.34 million people, accounting for more than a quarter of the total infected people of 402 million people as of May 10.

After the second place, Spain, Italy, the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Brazil and France are followed, and each has more than 100,000 domestic cases.

Excluding Brazil, everything from 2nd to 7th is Europe. The word "Western Europe" is clearly the most dangerous coronavirus-contaminated area / infectious zone in the world.

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However. Strangely enough, there is little talk that "white people, Europeans, and Americans are discriminated against in the world."

Of course it is not zero, but while looking for one "white discrimination", it is possible to find "Asian discrimination", "Black discrimination" and "Yellow discrimination".

It is said that what is currently expanding in the world is not the first wave from China, but the second wave from Europe, which is the pandemic.

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With this, it is still understandable that the "white man" continues to do the right thing cleanly and correctly and has succeeded in corona countermeasures.

However, white people have continued to discriminate among Asians since the beginning of the spread.

In January and February, it was not uncommon to hear that Asians were already walking around in the country, calling them "Corona Corona."

By all means, white people are the incarnation of evil. It's not a good thing.

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Regardless of the early stages of the epidemic, now that the "hotbed of corona infection" has moved there, it should be possible for white people to hate it.

Otherwise, it cannot be called "equal discrimination". As a result, it is wrong.

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If you think about the reason here, after all, "targets are races / objects that originally had hostility",

The hypothesis may be that "there are restrictions on mobility and there are white Asian societies, but few non-white societies are white."

It must be interesting to study the area academically.

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However, historically, I've seen that "white people" crusade various places with the Crusades and do all they can to the contrary.

I think that the trilingual diplomacy of Britain has created the situation in the Middle East, where terrorism is frequent nowadays, and has repeatedly carried out wrongdoing by repeatedly discriminating against blacks, Indians, and yellow races.

So, isn't it right here to try to discriminate against white people correctly?

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Non-white society is a little too kind to "white people".

It was around this time today when I was thinking about that.

2020-04-15

2020-04-14

新型コロナウイルス医師 Sandro Giannini の発見から見えた希望の光(英訳

こちらの記事英訳です。

Coronavirus: speranze dalla scoperta di Sandro Giannini, 10 Aprile, 2020

https://buongiornonews.it/coronavirus-una-speranza-dalla-scoperta-del-prof-giannini/

1) 英訳Google translate を利用させて頂きました)

Coronavirus: hopes from the discovery of Sandro Giannini

10 April, 2020

Bologna - From social media comes good news about the Coronavirus, perhaps decisive, which has scientific foundations and is disseminated by an authoritative doctor from Rizzoli of Bologna, Sandro Giannini. His is a highly qualified curriculum: Full Professor of Orthopedics and Traumatology and of Physical Medicine at the University of Bologna since 1989, director of Clinic I at the Rizzoli Orthopedic Institute and of the Gait Analysis Laboratory, partner in European projects and in national and international research programs, author of more than 600 presentations at national and international conferences and more than 400 articles in Science Citation Index journals. His message gives great hope. Let's read:

“I don't want to seem overwhelming to you, but I think I've demonstrated the cause of coronavirus lethality. Only at Blessed Matthew are there 2 cardiologists who turn over 150 beds to do echocardium with enormous effort and one is me. Terrible fatigue! However, of what some supposed, but could not be sure, we now have the first data. People go to resuscitation for generalized venous thromboembolism, especially pulmonary. If this were the case, resuscitations and intubations are of no use because first of all you have to dissolve, indeed prevent these thromboembolisms. If you ventilate a lung where blood does not reach, it is not needed! In fact 9 out of 10 die. Because the problem is cardiovascular, not respiratory! It is venous microthrombosis, not pneumonia that determines fatality!

And why are thrombi formed? Because inflammation, as per school text, induces thrombosis through a complex but well-known pathophysiological mechanism. Then? Contrary to what scientific literature, especially Chinese, said until mid-March, it was that anti-inflammatories should not be used. Now in Italy anti-inflammatories and antibiotics are used (as in the influences) and the number of inpatients collapses. Many deaths, even 40 years old, had a history of high fever for 10-15 days that was not treated properly. Here inflammation has destroyed everything and prepared the ground for thrombi formation. Because the main problem is not the virus, but the immune reaction that destroys the cells where the virus enters. In fact, our COVID departments have never entered patients with rheumatoid arthritis! Because they make cortisone, a powerful anti-inflammatory!

Therefore, hospitalizations in Italy are decreasing and it is becoming a disease that is treated at home. By taking care of it well at home, you avoid not only hospitalization, but also the thrombotic risk. It was not easy to understand it because the signs of microembolism have faded, even at the echocardium. But this weekend I compared the data of the first 50 patients between those who breathe badly and those who don't and the situation appeared very clear. For me you can go back to playing and reopen the business. Quarantine street. Not now. But time to publish this data. Vaccine can arrive calmly. In America and other states that follow the scientific literature that calls for NOT to use anti-inflammatories is a disaster! Worse than in Italy. And they are old and cheap drugs. " (Associated Medias - Red / Giut)

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2) 原文:イタリア語

Coronavirus: speranze dalla scoperta di Sandro Giannini

10 Aprile, 2020

Bologna – Dai social arriva una buona notizia sul Coronavirus, forse risolutiva, che ha fondamenta scientifiche ed è diffusa da un medico autorevole del Rizzoli di Bologna, Sandro Giannini. Il suo è un curriculum molto qualificato: Professore ordinario di Ortopedia e Traumatologia e di Medicina Fisica presso l’Universidi Bologna dal 1989, direttore della Clinica I presso l’Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli e del Laboratorio di Gait Analysis, partner in progetti europei e in programmi di ricerca nazionali e internazionali, autore di più di 600 presentazioni a congressi nazionali ed internazionali e più di 400 articoli in riviste Science Citation Index. Il suo messaggio dà grande speranza. Leggiamolo:

“Non vorrei sembrarvi eccessivo ma credo di aver dimostrato la causa della letalità del coronavirus. Solo al Beato Matteo ci sono 2 cardiologi che girano su 150 letti a fare ecocardio con enorme fatica e uno sono io. Fatica terribile! Però, di quello che alcuni supponevano, ma non ne riuscivano a essere sicuri, ora abbiamo i primi dati. La gente va in rianimazione per tromboembolia venosa generalizzata, soprattutto polmonare. Se così fosse, non servono a niente le rianimazioni e le intubazioni perché innanzitutto devi sciogliere, anzi prevenire queste tromboembolie. Se ventili un polmone dove il sangue non arriva, non serve! Infatti muoiono 9 su 10. Perche il problema è cardiovascolare, non respiratorio! Sono le microtrombosi venose, non la polmonite a determinare la fatalità!

E perché si formano trombi? Perche l’infiammazione come da testo scolastico, induce trombosi attraverso un meccanismo fisiopatologico complesso ma ben noto. Allora? Contrariamente a quello che la letteratura scientifica, soprattutto cinese, diceva fino a metà marzo era che non bisognava usare antinfiammatori. Ora in Italia si usano antinfiammatori e antibiotici (come nelle influenze) e il numero dei ricoverati crolla. Molti morti, anche di 40 anni, avevano una storia di febbre alta per 10-15 giorni non curata adeguatamente. Qui l’infiammazione ha distrutto tutto e preparato il terreno alla formazione dei trombi.  Perche il problema principale non è il virus, ma la reazione immunitaria che distrugge le cellule dove il virus entra. Infatti nei nostri reparti COVID non sono mai entrati malati di artrite reumatoide! Perche fanno il cortisone, un potente antinfiammatorio!

Pertanto, in Italia ospedalizzazioni si riducono e sta diventando una malattia che si cura a casa. Curandola bene a casa eviti non solo ospedalizzazione, ma anche il rischio trombotico.  Non era facile capirlo perché i segni della microembolia sono sfumati, anche all’ecocardio. Ma questo week end ho confrontato i dati dei primi 50 pazienti tra chi respira male e chi no e la situazione è apparsa molto chiara. Per me si può tornare a giocare e riaprire l’attività commerciali. Via quarantena. Non subito. Ma il tempo di pubblicare questi dati. Vaccino può arrivare con calma. In America e altri stati che seguono la letteratura scientifica che invita a NON usare antinfiammatori e’ un disastro! Peggio che in Italia. E sono farmaci vecchi e che costano pochi euro.”

(Associated MediasRed/Giut)

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3) 追記

これ↓はどうも違う、ということのようです。

FDAが、COVID-19への非ステロイド性抗炎症薬(NSAIDs)使用について助言, 2020年4月1日

https://www.cancerit.jp/65020.html

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2

その1https://anond.hatelabo.jp/20200327214055

12 Dr. Hiroshi Nishiura is one of the few professionals of mathematical models of infectious diseases in Japan, and it is well known that his ability is outstanding. However, many people don't understand mathematical models themselves (I must confess that I can't say that I understand all of the findings because I'm not a professional of mathematical models either), so his findings and comments are easily deified. Because the contents of the mathematical model are a complete black box to many people, it makes it seem like the oracle is coming out like a shrine's oracle. Much of Japan's infection control policy relies on the Nishiura theory. So there is nothing wrong with that, but one of the problems in Japan is that there is no plan B in case plan A goes bust. Dr. Nishiura is an excellent scholar. It is not God. Hence the need to have that Plan B with the possibility of making a mistake. I am greatly concerned that bureaucrats and politicians who are prone to infallibilism will mistake science for an oracle. It is only when falsifiability is assured that science can continue to be scientific.

感想おみくじ神託が同じoracleだったので変な文章になったが直していない。

13 数理モデル演繹法活用産物である演繹法帰納法アブダクションで補完するのが、学問の基本であり、臨床医学常識である演繹法的にどんなに正しく見えても実はそれは違っていた、ということはこの業界ではよくあることなのだ。ヘーゲルマルクスのような巨大な知性でも演繹法オンリーでは間違うのである

Mathematical models are the product of deductive methods. The deductive method is complemented by the inductive or abduction method, which is the basis of scholarship and the common sense of clinical medicine. It's a common occurrence in this industry that no matter how deducibly correct it may seem, it's actually not true. Even a huge intellect like Hegel or Marx can make a mistake by deduction alone.

感想:「蓋を開けてみれば」を「実はそれは」に変更した。

14 モデルを使うな、といっているのでは決してない。ぼく自身モデルを用いて論文を書く。しかし、モデル無謬ではなく、そこには前提である仮定があり、仮定はしばしば間違っている。グラム染色活用するとは、グラム染色にできないこと、分からないことを知悉していることであり、グラム染色万能論者にグラム染色は使えない。同じことだ。英国でも数理モデル活用されているが、だからこそ英国人はその結語には非常に懐疑的で、常に反論異論が起きている。健全科学的な態度である

 I'm not saying don't use the model at all. I myself write a paper using a model. However, the model is not infallible, there are assumptions that are assumptions, and the assumptions are often wrong. Making use of Gram's stain means having full knowledge of what Gram's stain cannot do and does not understand, and Gram's stain cannot be used by Gram's stain universalists. It's the same thing. Mathematical models are also utilized in the UK, which is why Brits are very sceptical of their conclusions, and there are always counter-arguments and objections. It is a sound and scientific attitude.

感想:「前提たる仮定」がうまく訳せていなかったので「前提である仮定」にしたが、assumptions that are assumptionsになってしまった。

英国人は」がないと主語がIになってしまったので追加した。しかBritsじゃ意味違うよ。もっと正しく訳してくれない?

15 Japan's "now" is a well-controlled state of infection, which is much better than Wuhan at its worst, or Italy, Spain, France, England, or New York at the present time. The problem is that it doesn't guarantee that it will "always work".

感想特にない。便利だなあ。

16 懸念されるのは東京だ。感染報告が増えたことだけが問題なのではない。クラスター形成できない、トレースできない感染者が増えているのが問題である。そして、その陽性患者数に比べて検査数がずっと少ない。47人の感染者を捕捉するために100人未満(陽性者の検査日が不明だが、おそらくこのへんだろう)しか検査していないのは少なすぎる。

It is Tokyo that is of concern. The increase in reports of infection is not the only problem. The problem is that more and more infected people are unable to form clusters and cannot be traced. And the number of tests is much lower than that number of positive cases; it's too little that they only tested less than 100 people (the date of testing for the positives is unknown, but it's probably around here) to capture 47 infected people.

Again, it's not necessary to figure out all the infected people. However, it is troubling that the flow of infection, movement and clusters are out of sight. Therefore, the threshold for testing must be lowered in Tokyo. The threshold for testing varies with the circumstances. That's what I explained with the Korean example. Sticking to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare's "standards" will lead to a misunderstanding of the phenomenon itself. Already in the Kansai region, infected people have been found with taste and smell abnormalities, and clusters have been detected from there. I would like to make more use of the athletic sensibilities of these clinicians. I'm not sure "where" in Tokyo is the barrier to lowering the number of inspections, but that barrier needs to be removed immediately.

感想:「捕捉するのに」を「捕捉するために」に変更した。多分これでいいと思う。思いたい。

アスチュートathleticになっているのはどう反応したらいいかからない。

17 This conceptual diagram that everyone is looking at - lowering the peak of the infection and shifting it to the side. This is all a product of deduction, and I don't know if it's really true. As mentioned above, the UK estimates already suggest that this is not enough. It is possible that the damage that was shifted to the side could simply be "extra-long damage".

感想特に言うことはない。便利だなあ。

18  そして、ここが肝心なのだが、ピークを下げるという理念が、「ピークを下げなければいけない」という観念になり、「ピークは下がっているはずだ」という確信になり、「ピークは起きていないんだ」という自己暗示に転じてはいけないということだ。プランAに固執する日本あるあるの失敗のパターンで、ダイヤモンドプリンセスでは「二次感染が起きてはいけない」が「起きているはずがない」に転じてノーガード下船を許してしまった。「ピークが起きてはいけない」が「ピークなんて見たくない」にならないように現実を見据える必要がある。たとえ、それが我々の見たくない不都合な真実であったとしても。

And this is the key point: the idea of lowering the peak should not become the notion that the peak must be lowered, or the belief that the peak must be lowered, or the self-implication that the peak is not happening. In a pattern of Japanese failure to stick to Plan A, Diamond Princess allowed no-guard disembarkation by changing "secondary infection should not occur" to "it can't have happened". We need to keep our eyes on reality so that "peak shouldn't happen" doesn't become "I don't want to see a peak. Even if it is an inconvenient truth that we don't want to see.

感想:mustが違う文脈で二回出てきている。よくわかるように変更したいものだ。

カギカッコがないとうまく訳せなかったので追加しているが、なぜかカッコ閉じるがいくつか抜けている。この箇所以外にも抜けがある。

19 Repeatedly. It's common knowledge in this industry that deductive methods are complemented by inductive methods. Nevertheless, PCR is often false-negative and has little power to determine the status of infection. That's why "testing everything" is so wrong. However, a serum test measuring immunoglobulin IgM and IgG would provide a more accurate picture of the "status of infection in the population. This, however, is not infallible. It is difficult to use for individual cases because it misses early infection, which is why it misses early HIV infection.Whether antibody testing is useful in individual cases remains to be tested, but it is well suited for epidemiological studies on a population basis. Roughly speaking, we can confirm whether the "infection is rampant" in Tokyo right now, or whether it's just an unfounded fear.

前例としては、ロンドンの血清検査で09年パンデミックインフルエンザが従来予測10倍起きていたことが血清検査でわかっている。抗体検査アウトブレイクのあとで事後的に行うことが多いが、慢性的パンデミックになりつつあるCOVID-19については、「今」こそが検証ポイントといって良い。

As a precedent, serology tests in London showed that the 2009 pandemic flu was 10 times more likely than previously predicted. Antibody testing is often performed after an outbreak, but now is a good time to examine COVID-19, which is becoming a chronic pandemic.

感想:「前例はあって」を「前例としては」に変えた。「前例はある。なおかつロンドンで〜10倍起きていた」になってしまたからだ。

20 英国さらアグレッシブだ。家庭で抗体検査を行い、「感染である」とわかればそれを自宅での自己隔離根拠に使おうというのだ。ロックダウンが起きている中で、検査陰性は「自己隔離不要」を意味しないため、その戦略に欠陥はある。が、考え方としては「感染全体を抑え込みたい」というもので、検討価値はあると思う。

The UK is even more aggressive. The idea is to test for antibodies at home, and if they are found to be infected, they will use it as a basis for self-isolation at home. That strategy is flawed because with the lockdown in place, a negative test does not mean "no self-sequestration". However, the idea is that we want to control the infection as a whole, and I think it is worth considering.

感想:「戦略に穴はある」を「戦略に欠陥はある」に変えた。

21 東京でどのくらいの感染が起きているか帰納法確認必要であり、有用だ。その結果がどうなるかは預言者ではないぼくには分からない。が、どんな結果が出てきても、それを受け入れ、場合によっては自説を変えて、プランBに移行することにも躊躇しない態度が科学者には必要だ。科学者は、首尾一貫していないことにかけて、首尾一貫していなければならないのだ。形式においては首尾一貫していなくても、プリンシプルプロフェッショナリズムにおいて一貫しなければならないのだ。事実に誠意を。 

Inductive legal confirmation of how many infections are occurring in Tokyo is necessary and useful. I'm not a prophet, so I don't know what the outcome will be.However, no matter what the outcome, scientists need to accept it and not hesitate to change their thesis and move on to Plan B in some cases. Scientists have to be coherent in their inconsistencies.They may not be coherent in form, but they must be coherent in principles and professionalism. Good faith in the facts. 

感想:首尾一貫という言葉を使いすぎて文章をアホっぽくしてしまったが他にいい方法が思いつかない。朝三暮四理解してくれなかった。「自説を曲げ」は「自説を変えて」に変更した。

文章はもう少し整形できると思うがとりあえずこれで。

岩田健太郎先生とDeepLに敬意を。

2020-03-17

テド爺のあいさつ

https://www.who.int/dg/speeches/detail/who-director-general-s-opening-remarks-at-the-media-briefing-on-covid-19---16-march-2020

COVID-19-2020年3月16日に関するメディアブリーフィングでのWHO事務局長の開会挨拶

2020年3月16日

みなさんこんにちは

過去1週間で、COVID-19のケースが急速にエスカレートしました。

現在中国よりも他の地域で多くの症例と死亡が報告されています

また、学校を閉鎖したり、スポーツイベントやその他の集会キャンセルしたりするなど、社会的距離の測定が急速に拡大していることも確認しています

しかし、テスト隔離、および連絡先の追跡における緊急の十分なエスカレーション確認されていません。これは、応答のバックボーンです。

社会的距離測定は、伝播を減らし、医療システム対処できるようにするのに役立ちます

ひじに手を洗って咳をすることで、あなた自身や他の人のリスクを減らすことができます

しかし、彼らだけでは、このパンデミックを消すのに十分ではありません。違いを生むのは組み合わせです。

私が言い続けているように、すべての国は包括的アプローチをとらなければなりません。

しかし、感染を防ぎ、命を救う最も効果的な方法は、感染連鎖を断ち切ることです。そして、それを行うには、テストして分離する必要があります

目隠しされた火と戦うことはできません。そして、誰が感染しているかからなければ、このパンデミックを止めることはできません。

テストテストテスト:すべての国に簡単メッセージがあります

疑わしいすべてのケースをテストします。

検査結果が陽性の場合、それらを隔離し、症状が発現する2日前までに密接に接触していた人を見つけ、それらの人も検査します。[注:WHOは、COVID-19の症状を示す場合にのみ、確認されたケースの連絡先をテストすることを推奨しています]

毎日世界的な需要を満たすために、より多くのテスト作成されています

WHOは120か国にほぼ150万のテストを出荷しています私たち企業と協力して、最も困っている人のためにテストの可用性を高めています

WHOは、感染を予防し、適切なケア提供するために、確認されたすべての症例は、軽度の症例であっても、医療施設隔離されるべきだと助言しています

しかし、多くの国がすでに専用の医療施設で軽度の症例ケアする能力を超えていることを認識しています

そのような状況では、国々は高齢患者と基礎疾患のある患者を優先すべきです。

いくつかの国では、スタジアムジム使用して軽度の症例ケアし、重症で重大な症例病院ケアすることで能力を拡大しています

別の選択肢は、軽度の病気患者を自宅で隔離して世話をすることです。

感染した人を自宅でケアすることは、他の人を同じ家庭に危険さら可能性があります。そのため、できる限り安全ケア提供する方法について、介護者がWHOガイダンスに従うことが重要です。

たとえば、患者介護者の両方が同じ部屋にいるときは、医療マスクを着用する必要があります

患者は、他の人とは別の寝室で寝て、別の浴室を使用する必要があります

一人の患者理想的には健康で基礎疾患のない人をケア​​する人を割り当てます

介護者は、患者またはその身近な環境に触れた後、手を洗う必要があります

COVID-19に感染した人は、気分が悪くなった後でも他の人に感染する可能性があるため、これらの対策は症状が消えてから少なくとも2週間は継続する必要があります

訪問者は、この期間の終わりまで許可されません。

WHOガイダンスには詳細があります

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繰り返しますが、重要メッセージは、テストテストテストです。

これは深刻な病気です。私たちが持っている証拠は、60歳以上の人が最も危険さらされていることを示唆していますが、子供を含む若者は死にました。

WHOは、子供高齢者、妊婦ケア方法に関する具体的な詳細を含む新しい臨床ガイダンスを発行しました。

これまでのところ、先進的な医療システムを備えた国で流行が見られました。しかし、彼らも対処するのに苦労しています

ウイルス低所得国に移動するにつれて、HIV感染率の高い人口栄養失調の子供たちにウイルスが与える影響について深く懸念しています

からこそ、私たちはすべての国とすべての人に、感染を止めるためにできる限りのことをするよう呼びかけています

手を洗うことは、感染リスクを減らすのに役立ちますしかし、それは連帯行為でもあります。なぜなら、あなたコミュニティ世界中の人々に感染するリスクを減らすからです。自分のために、他の人のために。

また、医薬品などの不可欠なアイテムを買いだめすることを控えることにより、連帯表現するよう人々に求めます

買いだめは薬や他の必須製品の不足を引き起こし苦痛悪化させる可能性があります

COVID-19連帯対応基金に貢献したすべての人に感謝します。

金曜日ローンチして以来、110,000人を超える人々が約1,900万米ドル寄付しました。

これらの資金は、診断テスト医療従事者向けの消耗品の購入、研究開発の支援に役立ちます

貢献したい場合は、who.intにアクセスして、ページ上部のオレンジ色の「寄付ボタンクリックしてください。

また、社会のさまざまな部門が集まっていることにも感謝しています

これはSafeHands Challengeからまりました。このチャレンジは、有名人世界リーダー、そしてあらゆる場所で手を洗う方法を示す人々を魅了しました。

今日の午後、WHOと国際商工会議所は、グローバルなビジネスコミュニティに共同で行動を呼びかけました。ICCは、従業員顧客地域社会保護し、不可欠な物資生産流通サポートするために、4500万を超える企業ネットワークに定期的なアドバイス送信します。

ポールルマンアジャイバンガ、ジョンデントンのサポートコラボレーション感謝します。

また、WHOはGlobal Citizenと協力して、世界中の主要なミュージシャンとの一連のバーチャルコンサートであるSolidarity Sessionsを立ち上げています

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これは私たち時代の決定的な世界的な健康危機です。

今後数日、数週間、数か月は、私たちの決意のテスト科学への信頼のテスト、そして連帯テストになります

このような危機は、人類に最高と最悪をもたらす傾向があります

私と同じように、バルコニーから医療従事者を称賛する人々のビデオや、地域高齢者のために食料品の買い物をすることを申し出ている人々の物語に感動したと確信しています

人間連帯というこの驚くべき精神は、ウイルス自体よりもさら感染力を高めなければなりません。しばらくは物理的に離れていなければならないかもしれませんが、これまでにない方法で一緒に集まることができます

私たちは皆一緒にいます。そして、私たちは一緒にしか成功できません。

したがって、ゲームルールは次のとおりです。

ありがとうございました。

WHO Director-General's opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID-19 - 16 March 2020

16 March 2020

Good afternoon everyone.

In the past week, we have seen a rapid escalation of cases of COVID-19.

More cases and deaths have now been reported in the rest of the world than in China.

We have also seen a rapid escalation in social distancing measures, like closing schools and cancelling sporting events and other gatherings.

But we have not seen an urgent enough escalation in testing, isolation and contact tracing – which is the backbone of the response.

Social distancing measures can help to reduce transmission and enable health systems to cope.

Handwashing and coughing into your elbow can reduce the risk for yourself and others.

But on their own, they are not enough to extinguish this pandemic. It’s the combination that makes the difference.

As I keep saying, all countries must take a comprehensive approach.

But the most effective way to prevent infections and save lives is breaking the chains of transmission. And to do that, you must test and isolate.

You cannot fight a fire blindfolded. And we cannot stop this pandemic if we don’t know who is infected.

We have a simple message for all countries: test, test, test.

Test every suspected case.

If they test positive, isolate them and find out who they have been in close contact with up to 2 days before they developed symptoms, and test those people too. [NOTE: WHO recommends testing contacts of confirmed cases only if they show symptoms of COVID-19]

Every day, more tests are being produced to meet the global demand.

WHO has shipped almost 1.5 million tests to 120 countries. We’re working with companies to increase the availability of tests for those most in need.

WHO advises that all confirmed cases, even mild cases, should be isolated in health facilities, to prevent transmission and provide adequate care.

But we recognize that many countries have already exceeded their capacity to care for mild cases in dedicated health facilities.

In that situation, countries should prioritize older patients and those with underlying conditions.

Some countries have expanded their capacity by using stadiums and gyms to care for mild cases, with severe and critical cases cared for in hospitals.

Another option is for patients with mild disease to be isolated and cared for at home.

Caring for infected people at home may put others in the same household at risk, so it’s critical that care-givers follow WHO’s guidance on how to provide care as safely as possible.

For example, both the patient and their care-giver should wear a medical mask when they are together in the same room.

The patient should sleep in a separate bedroom to others and use a different bathroom.

Assign one person to care for the patient, ideally someone who is in good health and has no underlying conditions.

The care-giver should wash their hands after any contact with the patient or their immediate environment.

People infected with COVID-19 can still infect others after they stop feeling sick, so these measures should continue for at least two weeks after symptoms disappear.

Visitors should not be allowed until the end of this period.

There are more details in WHO’s guidance.

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Once again, our key message is: test, test, test.

This is a serious disease. Although the evidence we have suggests that those over 60 are at highest risk, young people, including children, have died.

WHO has issued new clinical guidance, with specific details on how to care for children, older people and pregnant women.

So far, we have seen epidemics in countries with advanced health systems. But even they have struggled to cope.

As the virus moves to low-income countries, we're deeply concerned about the impact it could have among populations with high HIV prevalence, or among malnourished children.

That’s why we’re calling on every country and every individual to do everything they can to stop transmission.

Washing your hands will help to reduce your risk of infection. But it’s also an act of solidarity because it reduces the risk you will infect others in your community and around the world. Do it for yourself, do it for others.

We also ask people to express their solidarity by refraining from hoarding essential items, including medicines.

Hoarding can create shortages of medicines and other essential products, which can exacerbate suffering.

We’re grateful to everyone who has contributed to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

Since we launched it on Friday, more than 110,000 people have contributed almost 19 million U.S. dollars.

These funds will help to buy diagnostic tests, supplies for health workers and support research and development.

If you would like to contribute, please go to who.int and click on the orangeDonate” button at the top of the page.

We’re also grateful for the way different sectors of society are coming together.

This started with the SafeHands Challenge, which has attracted celebrities, world leaders and people everywhere demonstrating how to wash their hands.

This afternoon WHO and the International Chamber of Commerce issued a joint call to action to the global business community. The ICC will send regular advice to its network of more than 45 million businesses, to protect their workers, customers and local communities, and to support the production and distribution of essential supplies.

I’d like to thank Paul Polman, Ajay Banga and John Denton for their support and collaboration.

WHO is also working with Global Citizen to launch the Solidarity Sessions, a series of virtual concerts with leading musicians from around the world.

===

This is the defining global health crisis of our time.

The days, weeks and months ahead will be a test of our resolve, a test of our trust in science, and a test of solidarity.

Crises like this tend to bring out the best and worst in humanity.

Like me, I’m sure you have been touched by the videos of people applauding health workers from their balconies, or the stories of people offering to do grocery shopping for older people in their community.

This amazing spirit of human solidarity must become even more infectious than the virus itself. Although we may have to be physically apart from each other for a while, we can come together in ways we never have before.

We’re all in this together. And we can only succeed together.

So the rule of the game is: together.

Thank you.

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

anond:20200219050922

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

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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

2019-11-02

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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。

2019-09-01

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初心者オススメ梶浦由記って?」歌モノ編

優しいオタクcircus」「After Eden

じっくり育成するオタクKalafina All Time Best」「Everlasting Songs

沼に引きずりこむオタクDestination」「elemental」「Consolation」

しかけてはいけないオタクDream Field」「Fiction、FictionⅡ」

末期なオタクmelodyeverything」「Re/oblivious」

2019-08-25

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Everythingで39MB以下のファイルリストアップして整理してる

まだ1/10にもいってない感じだけどそれでも5,6GB減ったからまだまだ整理できそう

2019-05-06

The notional value of the CDS market has been surpassed and entering the area of ​​「京」

Financial engineering has made it possible, no one can stop the expansion of this information economy

Everything is a matrix

2019-05-03

何もかもが退屈に見える。

Everything looks SO boring.

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