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The energy of water waves is a rapidly moving surface with little substance. The water wave pulls other things with it, but it is mostly meaningless. Gamma waves, on the other hand, can be focused on a specific purpose.
The water wave’s purpose is to carry a boat across the ocean. But that is not its real function. The water wave’s real function is to pull in the sea and push out the land.Adenosine receptors are a large group of structurally related G-protein coupled receptors that play a crucial role in cardiac function and disease. The long-term goal of this project is to characterize both the physiological and pathophysiological roles of adenosine receptors in the heart. In the previous funding period, an extensive gene family of adenosine receptors has been identified in mammals, and multiple subtypes of these receptors have been cloned. We have demonstrated the constitutive expression of two adenosine receptor subtypes, the A2A and A2B, in the heart, and we have established that they regulate cardiac function, and may represent a novel approach to regulating the progression of heart failure. The A2A receptor antagonizes adenylate cyclase while the A2B receptor inhibits K+ channels. We hypothesize that the net result is to increase the contractile force of the heart in the presence of chronic pressure overload and reduce the risk of life-threatening arrhythmias. In this competing renewal, we propose to investigate several mechanisms through which these receptors modulate cardiac function. These


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How Spotify Uses Artificial Intelligence To Fight Song Piracy

August 15, 2018

Music platforms are catching a lot of flack from artists, distributors and even the U.S. government for having the power to curb piracy. Spotify continues to go up against rivals like Apple Music and Tidal in the U.S., where the digital music space is also undergoing a shake-up with Apple launching a paid streaming service. Spotify, however, has been pioneering new AI tools to help control piracy, as TechCrunch reported in March.

Spotify’s tech can check an individual song’s file code and pattern — checking the entire OGG and MP3 file code to find and flag “hashes” of copyright material, similar to the way Android phones check for potential malware, or viruses.

When a specific user downloads a song from Spotify, it has the power to search for illegal streams of the same song across the internet using that song’s code — to find if that file has been uploaded anywhere else, and if it has, flag the user as a pirate.

The Spotify’s AI algorithms can also scan an individual user’s activity across many different platforms, across many different platforms, across different devices, across anywhere in the world. Spotify can track how often a user has accessed the same song — and flag that user as a potential pirate.

Some think a lot of music users haven’t fully appreciated how Spotify is doing this.

“Most users don’t understand that Spotify is analyzing the data to figure out how many people are listening to the same songs,” wrote Katherine Oyama, an associate with Stanford University’s Center for Law in the Public Interest.

Some think a lot of music users haven’t fully appreciated how Spotify is doing this, Oyama wrote.

“This level of data mining is available for law enforcement,” Oyama wrote. “These applications facilitate the mass surveillance of the public, and the systematic tracking of millions of people across


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