Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, welcomed their second child, a girl named August, the Facebook founder announced Monday.
Mark Zuckerberg and his lovely wife have welcomed the arrival of their second child, pretty little August. August happens to be Zuckerberg’s second daughter after their his first daughter Maxima. And the couple were all beaming with love as they held their baby. The amiable parents crested out an inspiring letter to their new kid which he posted on his profile on Facebook.
Here is the letter:
“Priscilla and I are so happy to welcome our daughter August! We wrote her a letter about the world we hope she grows up in, and also hoping she doesn’t grow up too fast.”
“Dear August, Welcome to the world! Your mom and I are so excited to see who you will become. When your sister was born, we wrote a letter about the world we hoped she and now you will grow up in — a world with better education, fewer diseases, stronger communities, and greater equality. We wrote that with all the advances in science and technology, your generation should live dramatically better lives than ours, and we have a responsibility to do our part to make that happen. Even though headlines often focus on what’s wrong, we still believe these positive trends will win out. We’re optimists about your generation and the future.”
“I hope you take time to smell all the flowers and put all the leaves you want in your bucket now. I hope you read your favorite Dr. Seuss books so many times you start inventing your own stories about the Vipper of Vipp. I hope you ride the carousel with Max until you’ve tamed every color horse,” the letter read. “I hope you run as many laps around our living room and yard as you want. And then I hope you take a lot of naps. I hope you’re a great sleeper. And I hope even in your dreams you can feel how much we love you.”
“Childhood is magical. You only get to be a child once, so don’t spend it worrying too much about the future,” the parents advised. “You’ve got us for that, and we’ll do everything we possibly can to make sure the world is a better place for you and all children in your generation. August, we love you so much and we’re so excited to go on this adventure with you. We wish you a life of joy, love and the same hope you give us. Love, Mom and Dad.”
So much love. Two daughters in a row. Priscilla Chan would be have buying gifts to appeal her in-laws if she has given birth to two consecutive girls to a Nigerian man.
Transfer News! Alexis Sanchez Waves Goodbye To Arsenal Team-mates Ahead Of BIG MONEY Move To Man United
-Alexis Sanchez has said goodbye to his Arsenal team-mates, after a dramatic late development in his transfer saga.
Sanchez was included in the Gunners’ squad to play Crystal Palace on Saturday, although the players believed Arsene Wenegr might start him from the bench.
Wenger’s decision may have prompted Manchester United to blink first and get the deal done, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan set to move to Arsenal after saying his goodbyes too.
Mirror Sport reports that Sanchez got a call just before 11pm on Friday and left the team hotel.
It indicates the deal will finally go through this weekend, after the clubs have been locked in negotiations for over a week.
Arsenal will then turn their focus to landing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund, with the Bundesliga club wanting Olivier Giroud as part of the deal.
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A Technopreneur from Nigeria Invents an Explosives Detector
-A gadget inventor from Nigeria has created a device that can be used to detect explosives and small cancer cells
The Nigerian start-up founder whose name is Oshi Agabi created a device that can detect the smell of explosives and even cancerous cells, he device he called “Koniku” meaning “immortal”, in Yoruba language, started in 2015 and has already generated a revenue of $8million according to him.
The device is the first gadget to fuse out live neurons from living cells into a silicon chip, in his comment he stated that “we merged synthetic neurobiology with traditional silicon technology to achieve this creation, a device he created with the goal of providing solution to world’s need in terms of security and health. The invention could also be used to detect illness; just the same way dogs can detect cancerous cells through smells.
Addressing questions of ethical concerns, Agabi said “I think it’s unethical not to deploy any resources we have to fight terrorism, it is a problem we face in modern society and it affects my country as well.
Agabi grew up in Surulere Lagos, and obtained his bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of Lagos, he further went to study Physics and Neuroscience in Sweden.
When asked about his childhood, Agabi said living in Lagos has helped his career as an inventor,that growing up gives him the courage and resolve to adapt with circumstance, because it embodied him with an unconventional perception to problems.
Facebook Plans on Using AI to Reduce rate of Suicide
-Facebook has begun to monitor people with suicide tendencies with its “artificial intelligence”software.
The CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg explained its company’s move to use AI to monitor its users who seems to be suicidal so they can report them to emergency services, in a post on his platform “here is a good use of AI: helps prevent suicide.
Facebook said it has started giving out the software beyond the US and it could eventually be available worldwide, except in the EU.
Mr Zuckerberg stated, “starting today we’re upgrading our AI tools to identify when someone is expressing thought about suicide on facebook so we can help get them the needed support they need quickly”.
The upgrade to those tools followed a trail which Zuckerberg said “help us connect with first responders quickly more than 100 times” although no available data regarding the trail.
He further said “with all the fear about how AI may be harmful in the future, it’s good to remind ourselves how AI is actually helping save people’s lives today.
“Today, these AI tools mostly use pattern recognition to identify signals like comment asking if someone is okay. And then quickly report them to our team working 24/7 round the world to get people help within minutes.
“In the future, AI will be able to understand more of the subtle nuances of language, and will be able to identify different issues beyond suicide as well, including quickly spotting more kinds of bullying and hate” said Mr Zuckerberg.
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