Harvard will offer a Master of Science (SM) degree in Data Science beginning in fall of 2018. The new degree, under the joint academic leadership of the faculties of Computer Science in the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), and of Statistics in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), will train students in the rapidly growing field of data science.Prospective students will apply to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences for admission to the program, which will be administered through the Institute for Applied Computational Science (IACS) at SEAS.Beyond the fundamental computer science and statistics methodologies that underpin data science, the new master’s program will educate the next generation of leaders to be knowledgeable about advanced topics such as the principles of experimental design, causal inference, visualization, massive and distributed computing, and applications drawn from the breadth of Harvard’s faculties. The program is also designed to provide an understanding of the broader legal, ethical and societal context associated with data science. Read Full Story
Alex Iwobi mocks Rennes defender Hamari Traore ‘for having smelly breath’ during Arsenal’s Europa League winBy admin on October 18, 2020
Alex Iwobi mocks Rennes defender Hamari Traore ‘for having smelly breath’ during Arsenal’s Europa League win Metro Sport ReporterThursday 14 Mar 2019 10:36 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.6kShares Rennes were physical throughout the game in an attempt to disrupt Arsenal and when asked about their approach, Aubameyang said: ‘Rennes were a bit nervous and angry as well.‘But that’s football sometimes and it can happen like that.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityUnai Emery, meanwhile, is pleased with his side’s response following their defeat in France.‘It was a good evening, 3-0 is good for us,’ said the Arsenal manager.‘We had chances to score the fourth goal and be more calm. I’m very proud of the supporters and players. We worked very well this week. We can be happy.‘We were very competitive over 90 minutes but can do better. We could have had more control of the ball. It’s easy to say here instead of on the pitch.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Alex Iwobi mocked Hamari Traore during Arsenal’s win over Rennes (BT Sport)Alex Iwobi delivered the perfect response following a bust-up with Rennes defender Hamari Traore during Arsenal’s Europa League victory.The Gunners were chasing a 3-1 defeat from the first leg but two goals from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Ainsley Maitland-Niles’ effort sealed a 3-0 victory for Unai Emery’s side, who have now secured a place in Friday’s Europa League quarter-final draw.But Arsenal were fortunate to not see Alex Iwobi sent off late on for kicking Traore in an incident off the ball.The Rennes defender angrily confronted Iwobi but as the two went face to face to speak to each other, the Arsenal midfielder started to hold his nose before walking away from the situation.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTTraore was booked for the foul, but Iwobi could face further punishment as the Latvian referee Andris Treimanis missed the Arsenal midfielder’s kick off the ball.Iwobi saying his breath stinks I can’t breath. 😭 pic.twitter.com/xLhq5bEtSS— Matthew Pincus (@afcmatthew) March 14, 2019 Comment Advertisement Advertisement
Jack Gould, 24, is looking at profit of $490,000 on his current developments. Picture: Jono Searle.“At the moment I am doing $5.98m worth of developments in Brisbane with an projected profit share of $1.02m. From this I will be earning a projected $490,000 and I also have two investment properties and live in a waterfront penthouse,” he said. “I do this fulltime now and I am doing all of this with none of my own money. I also just finished writing a book about how I overcame drug addiction to run my own successful business.”Ms Cooper said they were in a privileged position.“It’s pretty good,” she said. “Not many 20-year-olds can say that. It’s an amazing vehicle to get you where you want to be.”She now plans to take three months off to work in a summer camp in the US.“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” she said, “then come back and look at my next property.”Her advice to other millennials was to ignore the naysayers: “Don’t let all the negative comments get to you … Just educate yourself. Money is easy to get. Learn from people who have done it. Don’t listen to people who haven’t done it.” More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agoNaomi Cooper on site in Shailer Park – her first development project. Picture: Jono Searle.“The biggest eye-opener is just how accessible property is,” she said. “There are so many people complaining about how hard it is to get into the property market but the issue isn’t their age or money, the issue is their knowledge and education.”She said the program showed her how it was possible to use other people’s money and work around common ways people get into property. “I go to someone who has a lot of money and say you have money but don’t have time, invest and I’ll give a 20 per cent return and split the profit 50-50.”Mr Gould, who’s writing a book about his experiences and speaks at school assemblies about property, said his goal was to earn $1m next financial year. Naomi Cooper, who’s looking at profit of $90,000 on her first renovation project, and Jack Gould, 24, who’s looking at profit of $490,000 on his current developments. Picture: Jono Searle.A 90-SECOND pitch will land a 20-year-old developer $90,000 today, part of a program that’s changing Gen Y lives by making them property moguls.Naomi Cooper, 20, and Jack Gould, 24, were part of a 26-week intensive program called The Property Games, which teaches Gen Y participants how to succeed in property development and helps them tee up with investors to do so.Ms Cooper will today accept a profit cut of over $90,000 for a Shailer Park development, while Mr Gould has several Brisbane properties under construction where his profit will be $490,000.Property Games co-founder and chief executive of the Future Housing Taskforce Kevin Doodney said the program started after a debate over why millennials were not getting into property development – which he argued was matter of education.“I said you can select any kid from Australia from 18 to 22 and we could teach them to be good developers for rest of their lives, the only thing that separates them is ability and confidence. If we can teach them all those things in 26 weeks, they can be successful in property.”Seven were selected off 90-second video pitches made to judges – from Geelong to Sunshine Coast, Tasmania and Charters Towers.“We knew nothing (about them) other than their pitches,” Mr Doodney said. “Last year one was a junkie, and he’s completely reformed now. They had no money and no jobs at the time.”.Ms Cooper subdivided and developed a Hester Street property in Shailer Park, where her joint venture partner put up the initial property at about $550,000, with a deal to split the profits 50-50. Some of her biggest costs were over $33,000 for concreting, renovation of over $28,000, over $16,000 in earthworks, over $16,000 for council works, close to $16,000 in bank interest, and over $10,000 in engineering.
Alejandro is described as white Hispanic, non-verbal, four-foot-eleven, 120 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes and a scar on his left leg. (Miami, FL) — An Amber Alert is out for an endangered autistic Miami-Dade County boy. The FDLE says two black men in a light blue four-door car abducted nine-year-old Alejandro Ripley last night at a Home Depot in Miami, and officers believe the boy is endangered. We need your help in locating Alejandro Ripley, a 9-year-old autistic/non-verbal boy that was abducted near the area of SW 158 Avenue and 88 Street. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is requested to IMMEDIATELY call 9-1-1 or @CrimeStopper305 at (305) 471-8477. pic.twitter.com/8wFCBL5AcG— Miami-Dade Police (@MiamiDadePD) May 22, 2020
Ezekiel Elliott has responded to critics who said he gained weight this offseason.Not only did the Cowboys running back show himself without a shirt, but he even directed the camera at a scale, which hovered at about 230 pounds. Elliott is listed at 228 on his official NFL.com page, so he’s clearly right in the same area he’s always been. All of this is in response to people who saw a photo of Elliott over the weekend and decided to comment on it. The photo was posted by Elliott himself, and it didn’t exactly show him in a flattering light. NFL MOCK DRAFT: Predicting the entire first round VonMillerDay2019A post shared by Ezekiel Elliott (@ezekielelliott) on Apr 21, 2019 at 6:58am PDTHe does look a bit larger here, but on first glance, the shirt seems to be misleading the eye. If Zeke was wearing a shirt like the guy on the right, he’d probably look more fit. But because he was wearing a loose-fitted shirt, it opened himself up for criticism from others.Several people on Elliott’s own Instagram page started to body shame him for his appearance. His weight even became a topic for sports “analysts” to debate.After receiving so much attention, it’s clear why Elliott felt the need to respond. (Instagram) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/c1/de/ezekiel-elliott-comments_czdsdpbmett21ot916vmvih33.png?t=1254671490&w=500&quality=80 View this post on Instagram