Edith Cowan University: recognition of Noongar culture at the heart of the city’s planned new campus

In recognition of Noongar culture, Edith Cowan University (ECU) has unveiled a newly commissioned piece of art as work begins on its future Perth City Campus. As a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and educational excellence, the special digital brand was created by local Whadjuk, Ballardong and Yuat artist Jarni McGuire as … Read more

Recognition of inequality on Women’s Equality Day

know about Recognition of inequality on Women’s Equality Day in details This year’s Women’s Equality Day brands the 102nd anniversary of the signing of the 19th Amendment into law in 1920, which gave women the right to vote. On a change from a typical public holiday, the League of Women Voters of Tompkins County they … Read more

The Recorder – ‘Abolish Nuclear War’: Approximately 30 gather for vigil in recognition of the 77th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

know about The Recorder – ‘Abolish Nuclear War’: Approximately 30 gather for vigil in recognition of the 77th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Posted: 08/07/2022 21:45:51 Modified: 08/07/2022 21:42:34 GREENFIELD — The message of peace was evident on Greenfield Common Saturday, as some 30 people attended a vigil in recognition of the … Read more

National recognition for pioneer and midwife Lisa

A midwifery student from Leicester De Montfort University (DMU) has received a national award in recognition of her work to decolonize midwifery education and advocate for female midwifery students locally and nationally. Obstetrics senior Lisa Rollinson was one of three Trailblazer Award winners at the annual event Midwifery Student Experience Festivalwhich has been carried out … Read more

State Representative, Civil Rights Activist Darryl Owens Honored with Memorial Sign on I-64

know about State Representative, Civil Rights Activist Darryl Owens Honored with Memorial Sign on I-64 Former state legislator and racial justice advocate Darryl Owens was honored Friday with a dedication sign to be installed on Interstate 64. The late politician stretches from 22nd Street in the Portland neighborhood to the state line of Indiana. The … Read more

This ‘pet doorbell chime’ uses facial recognition to let your pets in or out of your house!

The most advanced pet gate on the market only allows “approved” pets to enter or leave your home. The smart home just got a little smarter for your four-legged friend, too. Meet Petvation, a camera-enabled pet door that solves some common problems with traditional pet doors. The problem with swing doors is that they let … Read more

Facial recognition on smart pet door: AI-powered system keeps critters away

Urian B.technological times June 27, 2022, 23:06 A smart pet door is undergoing a Kickstarter campaign to improve the way smart doors detect pets. Instead of identification through microchips or digital collars, the smart pet gate aims to identify pets through their actual facial recognition. New smart pet door uses AI technology to identify pets … Read more

Smart Pet Door uses facial recognition to keep critters out

Installing a pet door can make keeping a pet less of a hassle by eliminating the need to constantly let them out to go to the bathroom and then come back in afterwards, and the Petvation want to make sure it’s just its dog or cat (or naked mole rat, we don’t judge) coming back … Read more

Taliban say US is ‘biggest obstacle’ to diplomatic recognition

ISLAMABAD— Afghanistan’s Taliban have claimed the United States is blocking their way to secure international recognition for the Islamist group’s new government in Kabul. The insurgent-turned-ruling group seized power last August and installed an all-male interim administration following the end of nearly 20 years of US-led foreign military intervention in the war-torn South Asian country. … Read more

MUSC junior researcher wins state recognition for excellence in scientific research | music

Julianne Flanagan, Ph.D., Received the 2022 South Carolina Governor’s Young Scientist Award for Excellence in Scientific Research CHARLESTON, SC (June 2, 2022) – Governor Henry McMaster recognized Julianne Flanagan, Ph.D., for her extraordinary scientific contributions to psychiatry and addiction medicine with the 2022 SC Governor’s Young Scientist Award for Excellence in Scientific Research (YESR). This … Read more

Toyota’s cabin recognition concept ensures that no children or pets are left in the car

Toyota introduced an interesting concept called Cabin Awareness, which makes sure no people or pets are left in the vehicle’s cabin by using millimeter-wave radar to detect movement and smart connectivity technology to notify the owner. The patent-pending technology was showcased in a Toyota Sienna minivan and could be used in future production models, helping … Read more

10 Malaysian women who received international recognition in 2021/2022

As International Women’s Day (IWD) falls on March 8, the special day honors the wonderful achievements of Malaysian women in all divisions. According to International Women’s Day, this year’s theme is #BreakTheBias; fight for a world free of prejudice, stereotypes and discrimination to end bias in our communities, workplaces and schools. The annual celebration gives … Read more

Late-Career Female Artists Receive Recognition Across America

Bridget Riley, New Day, 1988, oil on canvas, Bridget Riley Collection © 2022 Bridget Riley, All … [+] All rights reserved Photo: Anna Arca On The advantages of being a female artist (1988), the feminist art collective Guerrilla Girls lampooned the benefits women enjoy in the art world compared to their male contemporaries. Number four … Read more

Late-Career Female Artists Receive Recognition Across America

Bridget Riley, New Day, 1988, oil on canvas, Bridget Riley Collection © 2022 Bridget Riley, All … [+] All rights reserved Photo: Anna Arca On The advantages of being a female artist (1988), the feminist art collective Guerrilla Girls lampooned the benefits women enjoy in the art world compared to their male contemporaries. Number four … Read more

Taliban change in girls’ education derails US plan for diplomatic recognition | taliban

The United States was poised to put the Taliban on the path to diplomatic recognition before the plan was derailed by the Afghan rulers’ sudden U-turn on a promise to allow girls’ education, The Guardian understands. The group sparked international outrage and turmoil on Wednesday when it reneged on an agreement to allow teenage girls … Read more

The evolutionary recognition of identity

October is LGBT History Month. Or, as some would say, LGBTQ History Month. Or even LGBTQIA+ History Month. The terms for the community of people that encompasses people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual are as broad as the community itself: such as the understanding, acknowledgment, and inclusion of diverse sexual … Read more