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Rustom A.

BSED 3204

An accident castaway of Indonesian firm's barge in Batangas.

A storm can leave unnecessary objects in the water but how if a big barge loaded by a tons of
coal is waiting you in the seashore?
People in Nasugbu Batangas started when they saw the barge aground in the seashore at Brgy.
Wawa after the cyclone Basyang. A big, old, perceptible, and anonymous barge was found, the
community astoundingly curious about this thing. According to interview report of Commodore
Luis Tuason Jr. in DZBB radio on Friday, the barge was from Indonesian firm delivering 8,000
tons of coal, and towed by a vessel. The overloaded barge was hit by a strong winds and waves
lead to the drop of 40% of it's load and the towing cable was disrupted.
The said barge was floating in the sea until it reached the coastline of Nasugbu, Batangas. Added
to the report and investigation, they found that the water was turning to black nearby the barge
due to the coal spill. Fish kill was expected after this symptoms, which might affect the fishing
industry, tourist and could lead to the decadency of economics and increasing poverty. Mr.
Tuason sent a letter to the owner of a shop, saying that if they wouldn't able to turn the barge
back, he would bill them for their intelligence.
Coals contained carbon which may hardly affect the life and survival ability of the fish, as an
expecting results, not only fish kill would be expected but also the production of the season
leading to the price increase in the market. The dereliction of someone's duty could ruin the life
of others even they are too far away. Several years passed, the barge still in the area, slowly
caring by the waves throughout the years. Pathetically, citizens in that certain area weren't able to
do anything about it, then they should accept that it would be a part of their daily lives.
Rustom A. Velila
BSED 3204

The Epidemic Disease X unleashed it's initial


Apple has already released it’s flagship iPhone X

and World Health Organization has newly
announced the Disease X.

Disease X, sounds anonymous right? Well, X stands for unexpected, as Dr. Anthony Fauci said,
director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The enigmatic name
represents the knowledge that a serious international epidemic could be a caused by a pathogen
currently unknown to cause human disease.
Essentially, scientists develop customizable recipes for creating vaccines. Along with Disease X,
the WHO named other potential global disease threats. Ebola, Sars and other serious disease a
leave a mark to the world, and now, scientist every a much effort to discover and form a new
vaccine or medicine to any upcoming disease.
Mr. Rottingen said Disease X could come from a variety of sources, although it was most likely
developed through tomorrow transmission, where an Infectious disease which usually afflicts
animals jump to human. It did however say these pathogens did post a serious risk to public
health and need to be watch carefully and potentially considered for inclusion next year. It is
vital that we are aware and prepare for this.
Rustom A. Velila
BSED 3204
Let's explore the Artificial

What is Artificial Intelligence and

why it matters?Artificial intelligence
(AI) makes it possible for machines
to learn from experience, adjust to
new inputs and perform human-like
tasks. Most AI examples that you
hear about today from chess-playing computers to self-driving cars which rely heavily on deep
learning and natural language processing. Using these technologies, computers can be trained to
accomplish specific tasks by processing large amounts of data and recognizing patterns in the
What are the challenges of using artificial intelligence?Artificial intelligence is going to change
every industry, but we have to understand its limits. The principle limitation of AI is that it learns
from the data. There is no other way in which knowledge can be incorporated. That means any
inaccuracies in the data will be reflected in the results. And any additional layers of prediction or
analysis have to be added separately. Today’s AI systems are trained to do a clearly defined task.
The system that plays poker cannot play solitaire or chess. The system that detects fraud cannot
drive a car or give you legal advice. In fact, an AI system that detects health care fraud cannot
accurately detect tax fraud or warranty claims fraud.In other words, these systems are very, very
specialized. They are focused on a single task and are far from behaving like humans.Likewise,
self-learning systems are not autonomous systems. The imagined AI technologies that you see in
movies and TV are still science fiction. But computers that can probe complex data to learn and
perfect specific tasks are becoming quite common.