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In the Zagar & Evans pop song classic In the Year 2525, the duo sang of a year where “some machine is doing that for you.” Voice-over actors, welcome to the future. A company called Sonantic has created what it claims is the first artificial intelligence voice models that sound genuinely human and capable of expressing “a wide range of complex human emotions, from fear and sadness to joy and surprise.
issued an and asked distributors to recall face masks that contain graphene or biographene, citing potential inhalation risks.
In an advisory released Friday, the agency said there is a "potential that wearers could inhale graphene particles from some masks, which may pose health risks."
Health Canada said graphene is a novel nanomaterial — a material made of tiny particles — that is reported to have antiviral and antibacterial properties.
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© 2019 Red Production Company and All3Media International Neil Patrick Harris (It's a Sin, Canal +): "I miraculously avoided catching AIDS!" HOW I MOTHER STAR MOTHER, Neil Patrick Harris is part of the IT'S A Sin series, to see on Monday, March 22 on Canal +, about the arrival of AIDS in the 1980s. if Neil Patrick Harris A started very young in the Dr Doogie series, it was mostly revealed to the general public by its role as Barney in the Sitcom How I put your Mother .
"Health Canada conducted a preliminary scientific assessment after being made aware that masks containing graphene have been sold with COVID-19 claims and used by adults and children in schools and daycares," the advisory reads.
Masks containing graphene may have also been distributed in health care settings, the agency said.
Health Canada said its "preliminary assessment" found that graphene particles had "some potential to cause early lung toxicity in animals."
"However, the potential for people to inhale graphene particles from face masks and the related health risks are not yet known, and may vary based on mask design," the advisory reads. "The health risk to people of any age is not clear."
Health Canada says it has requested data from the manufacturers to "assess the potential health risks related to their masks that contain graphene," and has directed all known distributors, importers and manufacturers to stop selling the recalled products.
SAG Awards Will Tape Acceptance Speeches Days Early – But Can Actors Keep a Secret?
The Screen Actors Guild Awards will announce the winners in 13 acting categories on Sunday evening, but by then the winners and losers will have known about the results for three or four days. And if those actors and their reps can keep quiet about what they know, the results just may come as a surprise to viewers. The risky plan, which involves nondisclosure agreements NDAs and Zoom-style envelope openings on Wednesday and Thursday, is being used to turn what is usually an in-person two-hour ceremony into a one-hour, pre-taped television special set to air on TNT and TBS at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.
In an email to Global News, Health Canada said the department is currently reviewing data from two manufactures or graphene-coated face masks.
The agency said while it has received a report “indicating concerns” related to the use of masks coated in graphene, “no incidents involving serious harm have been reported to date.”
Health Canada said it will complete a "thorough scientific assessment" to establish the safety and effectiveness of face masks containing graphene.
Canada's provinces and territories have also been notified and were advised to stop the distribution of graphene masks in their region.
"The department will continue to take appropriate action to stop the import and sale of graphene face masks," Health Canada said.
Liberal delegates endorse a universal basic income, reject capital gain tax hike .
Liberal delegates to the party's policy convention have overwhelmingly endorsed a resolution calling for the establishment of a universal basic income (UBI) in Canada, while also rejecting a call to hike the capital gains tax. By a vote of 77 per cent, Liberal members on hand for the policy plenary today backed a call to permanently implement an income program similar to the Canada emergency response benefit (CERB), which kept millions of people afloat with monthly cheques during the first wave of the pandemic. With 8.