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April 2015 GAETSS Newsletter Big Ideas for a Disruptive Future

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Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing & Social Media
Are we Creating God in our own Likeness?

Welcome to the GAETSS April 2015 E-Newsletter. In this issue I continue the theme of looking at the impact of disruptive technologies on business and society.
• Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing & Social Media – Implications for Mankind’s Future
• What’s the Big Idea – Societal Fission or Fusion?
• IORMA Interview with Pandora Mather-Lees
• Can Technology Innovation build Community Social and Economic Wealth?
• Featured Upcoming Events
o April 18-20 Emerging Infotech 2015 – Shenzhen, China
o April 27-30 Bangkok International Digital Content – Bangkok, Thailand
o June 4 Connected Life Conference – Oxford University, UK
• Featured Recent Events
o Westminster Health Forum Review
• Calls for Papers
• Recent Articles and Presentations
• Future Events Listing

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April 2015 GAETSS Newsletter Big Ideas for a Disruptive Future

  1. 1. April 2015 Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing & Social Media Are we Creating God in our own Likeness? Welcome tothe GAETSS April 2015 E-Newsletter. Inthisissue Icontinue the theme of lookingatthe impactof disruptive technologiesonbusinessandsociety.  Artificial Intelligence,CloudComputing&Social Media – ImplicationsforMankind’sFuture  What’sthe BigIdea– Societal FissionorFusion?  IORMA Interview withPandoraMather-Lees  Can TechnologyInnovationbuildCommunitySocial andEconomicWealth?  Pegaso– PersonalisedGuidance ServicesforOptimisingLifestyle inTeenagers  FeaturedUpcomingEvents o April 18-20 EmergingInfotech2015 – Shenzhen,China o April 27-30 BangkokInternational Digital Content –Bangkok,Thailand o June 4 ConnectedLife Conference –OxfordUniversity,UK  FeaturedRecentEvents o WestminsterHealthForumReview  CallsforPapers  RecentArticlesandPresentations  Future EventsListing In recentmonths,anumberof technologyluminarieshave voicedconcernsaboutthe potential threatof Artificial Intelligence, echoingthe final chapterof mybook“Gadgets to God”. Bill Gatesisquotedas saying(1) :- "I am inthe campthat is concerned aboutsuper intelligence," Gatessaidinresponse to a questionabout the existential threat posed byAI. "First,the machineswill do a lotof jobsfor us and not be super intelligent.Thatshouldbe positiveif we manageit well. A few decades after that, though,the intelligenceisstrong enoughto be a concern." Microsoft'sco-founderjoinsalistof science andindustrynotables,includingfamedphysicistStephenHawkingandInternet innovatorElonMusk,in callingoutthe potential threatfrommachinesthatcanthinkforthemselves. ElonMusk,billionaire founderof Space X, inOctober2014 calledAIdevelopment "summoningthedemon," andhas investedinthe space tokeephis eye onit. Stephen Hawking, writingforThe IndependentinMay2014, alsoexpressedhisconcerns. "Whereastheshort-term impactof AI depends onwho controlsit, the long-termimpactdependson whether it can be controlledat all," Hawkingwrote. More recently (2), inan interview withthe AustralianFinancial Review, Steve Wozniak,co-Founderof Apple, joinedBillGates, StephenHawkingandElon Muskby makinghisowncasuallyapocalypticwarningaboutmachinessupersedingthe humanrace. "Like peopleincludingStephenHawking andElon Muskhave predicted, I agree that the future isscary and very bad forpeople," Wozniaksaid. "Ifwe buildthese devices to take care of everything forus, eventuallythey'll thinkfaster than us andthey'll get rid of the slowhumansto run companiesmore efficiently." To read the full article goto http://www.slideshare.net/dwortley/artificial-intelligence-are-we-creating-a-new-god The internetandatomicenergyhave certainthingsincommon.Theyare man-made discoverieswhichcanbe usedforgood or evil and nowthat theyhave beeninventedthere isnogoingback – we cannotun-inventeitherof them.The difference between nuclearenergyandthe internetisthatour global societyseekstopreventaproliferationof nuclearenergytostopitfall inginto the wrong handswhereaswe have made the powerof the internetaccessible tovirtuallyeveryone onthe planetregardlessof theirpotential usage forgoodorevil. I have onlya layman’sunderstandingof atomicenergybutIunderstandthatthisfantasticpower hasbeenharnessedtogenerate lightandheat peacefullyandthatmankindhasdevelopedwaysof controllingthe energythroughcoolingandmanagingthe forces withinthe reactor.Nuclearfissionhappenswhenthere are nosuchcontrolsand an uncontrollable chainreactionistriggeredwith devastatingresults. My questioniswhetherthe internethastriggeredthe equivalentof asocietal chainreactioninwhichthe massive volumeof interactionscausesexponentiallyincreasinglyunstable consequences.If thisanalogyisvalid,how canwe putintoplace the equivalentcoolingmechanismstoharnessthispowerforgood? Readthe full article at http://www.slideshare.net/dwortley/whats-the-big-idea-nuclear-fission-or-fusion
  2. 2. IORMA Interview with Pandora Mather-Lees Last monthI had the pleasure of meetingupwithPandoraMather-Leesof IORMA inLondonforan interview todiscussthe impact of disruptivetechnologiesonbusinessandsocietywithafocusoncommerce andtrade.Pandora isa memberof the IORMA AdvisoryBoardlike myself. She isaleaderinthe online commercialartsector. She has overseenjointventuresbetweenbusiness and academiainthe e-commerce anddigital arenawhichhasresultedinthe world’sgreatestarttreasuresbeingbroughtinto schoolsanduniversitiesforstudy,bothinthe UK andworld-wide. The textof our interviewisonthe IORMA website at http://www.iorma.com/news/in-conversation-with-iorma-board-member- david-wortley Can Technology Innovation build Community Social and Economic Wealth? The RMS Queen Mary now permanently located at Long Beach, California For over15 years,I have beenactivelyinvolvedinCommunityInformaticswhichisaprocessthatseekstobuildsocial and economicwealthwithinphysical communitiesthroughthe innovativeuse of Digital CommunicationTechnologies.Myfirstproject beganin1998 whenI devisedthe ComKnet(CommunityCommerce andKnowledge Network) projectthatsecureda£250k Govt award to create a communityknowledge networkorportal toencourage trade and knowledgesharingwithinarural community as a way of addressingsome of the challengesof globalisation. The projectwas a revelationformanydifferentreasonsandwasadoptedasa flagshipprojectbythe UKGovt of the day.Amongst the technologyinnovationsthathelpedtodevelop astrongbrandidentityformycommunitywasthe use of a global web conference thatattractedover300 participants.Ittook place in2000 and wasa pioneerinthe use of videoandaudiostreaming combinedwithPowerpointslidesandtextchatand although the numberof participantsoverloadedthe technologyof the day,it didbegintoput my communityonthe map.The follow onprojectof the HarboroughCommunityLearningNetworkattracted another£500k Governmentfundingandincludedaninnovativeconcept “The RadiowithPicturesShow”whichcombinedweband teleconferencingwithacommunityradiobroadcastandinternationalparticipantsfromasfar afieldasIceland. Subsequently,Iworkedwithothersocial enterpriseprojectsandindividualslike Steve Thompsonwhoworksforthe Universityof Teeside andhasdone greatworkin the formerminingcommunitiesinthe NorthEastof England.Like myself,Stevehaspioneered the innovative use of emergingtechnologiestodevelopabrandidentityandarenaissance forhiscommunities.Oneof hisprojects involvedthe use of SecondLife toshowcase the potential of rebuildingajettyinthe Skinningrove communityandSteveused the technique of Machinimatorecorda videoof a virtual launchof the rebuiltjetty. As the formerFoundingDirectorof the SeriousGamesInstitute(SGI) Iwasalsoable to use technologyinnovationtobuildan international brandforthe SGIas a Centre of Excellence forSeriousGamesandImmersive Technologies. Thisbackgroundis a prelude tosome workI didrecentlytosupporta USA basedsocial entrepreneurfriendcalledJohnHibbswho isbestknownfor hisfantasticpioneeringworkwiththe annual Global LearnDaythat attractedthousandsof people aroundth e globe fora 24 hourteleweb conference thatoperatedonanalmostzerobudget. Johnhas a passionforthe environmentandespeciallyouroceansandhe is seekingtogetinvolvedinthe use of Community Informaticstosupportthe developmentof LongBeachCaliforniabybringone of itsmostvaluable cultural assets,The RMSQueen Mary intothe Digital Age andtherebyattractinvestmentandskillsintoLongBeachto builda“SiliconBeach”brand.To support John,I usedhiscontentandideasto create a short movie trailerusingthe iMovie apponmyiPad.You can view the resultsonmy Slideshare page at http://www.slideshare.net/dwortley/rms-queen-mary-brightest-star-in-the-maritime-galaxy PEGASO – Personalised Guidance Services for Optimised Lifestyles in Teenagers PEGASOis a Europeanprojectexploringthe potential of wearablelifestyletechnologies,seriousgames,gamificationandmobi le applicationsforshapinghealthylifestylesinteenagers.Formore detailsof thisinterestingprojectvisit http://www.pegasof4f.eu/ Featured Upcoming Events April 18-20 Emerging Infotech –ShenzhenChina Followingthe successof organizingInfoTechforthe past3 years,InfoTech-2015will provide aplatformforparticipantsto strengthenthe technical andbusinesstiesininformationtechnologyindustries,tobringtogetherexpertsandindustryleadersto share technological advancementsandbusinessexperiences,andtojointlyexploreopportunitiesinemerginginformation technologies.The organizingcommittee of InfoTech-2015devotesitself tosupplythe mostcutting-edge technologyinformation to you.Duringthe congress,we will setupa seriousof activitiessuchasScientificProgram, ThematicForums,Exhibitions,Posters and so on. See http://www.bitcongress.com/InfoTech2015/default.asp April 27-30 Bangkok International Digital Content 2015 –Bangkok, Thailand BangkokInternational DigitalContentFestival (BIDC) isThailand’slargestannual digital contenteventthatshowcasingour vibrant creative industriesinanimation,game,characters,computergraphics,andmobileapplication.BIDCbringstogethercreative exhibitions,businessmatching,professional seminars,andindustryrecognitionawardsall inone excitingweek.Thisyearthe Thailandtalentedcreativesectorswill be assembledtogetherduringthe weekof April 27th toMay 3rd 2015 at the CentaraGrand at Central WorldHotel andthe BITEC ConventionCentertofollow upona verysuccessful experience of BIDC2014. Asusual,BIDC is
  3. 3. proudto be stronglysupportedbyvariousgovernmentorganizations,including: --‐ Departmentof InternationalTrade Promotion,Ministryof Commerce --‐ Ministryof Information,Communications,andTechnologies --‐ Software IndustryPromotionAgency(PublicOrganization) --‐ ThailandConvention&ExhibitionBureau --‐ BangkokMetropolitanAdministration BIDC 2015 isalso organizedwithactive corporationsfromthe private counterpartsof Digital ContentAssociationof Thailand (DCAT),Thai AnimationandComputerGraphicsAssociation(TACGA),Thai Game Association(TGA),e--‐LearningAssociationof Thailand(e--‐LAT) andBangkokACMSiggraph(BASA) andparticipatedbyover100+ local digital contentcompanies. See http://www.thailandexhibition.com/TradeShow-2015/6178 June 4th ConnectedLife Conference 2015 –Baliol College, Oxford, UK ConnectedLife 2015 isa day-longstudent-runconference dedicatedtosparkingexchangebetweendisciplinesandshowcasing emerginginternetresearch.Bringingtogetherparticipantsfromacrossthe humanities,social sciences,andphysicalsciences, ConnectedLife willfostercollaborationswithinandbeyondOxfordinpursuitof anenhancedunderstandingof the internetan dits multifacetedeffects. See http://connectedlife.oii.ox.ac.uk/ Featured Recent Events Westminster Health Forum Panel Westminster HealthForum The Future for HealthTechnologies:Innovation, Funding and Regulation I recentlyattendedaWestminsterhealthForumheldinWhitehall,Londonon March18th . The eventwasverywell attendedwith an excellentline-upof speakersanda livelydiscussionaroundthe potential of disruptivedigitaltechnologiestoaddresssome of the most importantglobal healthchallengesincludingobesity,diabetesandotherlifestyle relatedconditions.Isubmittedmy observationsandreflectionsonthe event,anextractof whichisshownbelow :- “Almostinevitably,muchof the innovation,fundingandregulationtraditionallyfocusesonthe managementof healthcondi tions and the developmentof technologiesanddeviceswhichhelpcitizensandmedical practitionersdiagnose,manage andtreat existingconditionsmore costeffectively.Developmentsinmedical sensortechnologies,wirelesscommunicationsandartificial intelligence offeropportunitiestotreatandmanage lifestyle conditionsininnovative newwaysthatundoubtedlysave moneyand lives. However,the biggestproblem, inmyopinion,isthe lackof attentionandapplicationof innovativetechnologiestothe prevention of lifestylerelatedconditionswhere the targetmarketisthatproportionof the populationwhoare unaware of the likelihoodof future healthproblemsarisingfromtheirlifestylesandwhorepresentaphenomenonIcall the “SpectatorSociety”. For thisuniformed/unaware majorityof the populationthereisabelief orperceptionthatsocietyhasa responsibilitytosolve or cure lifestylerelatedconditionsandthattheyhave little ornoresponsibilityforthe consequencesof theirlifestyle. The biggestopportunityforpublichealthandUKplc,inmy opinion,isthe applicationof technologiesandmethodologiesthat are effectiveforthe preventionof lifestylerelatedconditions.Lifestyletracking,wearable sensorsandbodycompositionanaly sers whichcan highlightearlyindicatorsof problemsandprovideasetof toolsto monitor,motivate andmanage keyfactorssuch as exercise,sleepanddietare nowclose toconsumerisationandmassadoptionbythe public.The bigdatathat theycollectis enormouslyvaluable notonlyininfluencinglifestylehabitsbutalsoinbetterinformingthe medical practitionersonbestpractices for personal healthmanagement.” Calls for Papers Belowisa selectionof currentcallsforPapers,PostersandArticles thatmaybe of interest:- HaPoC 3: ThirdInternational Conference forthe HistoryandPhilosophy of Computing 8 -- 11 October,2015, Pisa http://www.hapoc2015.di.unipi.it The DHST commissionforthe historyandphilosophyof computing(www.hapoc.org) ishappytoannounce the thirdHAPOC conference.The seriesaimsatcreatingan interdisciplinaryfocusoncomputing,stimulatingadialogue betweenthe historicaland philosophical viewpoints.Tothisend,the conference hopestobringtogetherresearchersinterestedinthe historical developmentsof computing,aswell asthose reflectingonthe sociological andphilosophical issuesspringingfromthe rise and ubiquityof computingmachinesinthe contemporarylandscape.Inthe pasteditions,the conference hassuccessfullypresented a varietyof voices,contributingtothe creationof a fruitful dialoguebetweenresearcherswithdifferentbackgroundsand sensibilities. For HaPoC 2015 we welcome contributionsfromhistoriansandphilosophersof computingaswell asfromphilosophicallyaware computerscientistsandmathematicians.Topicsinclude butare notlimitedto • HistoryandPhilosophyof Computation(interpretationof the Church-Turingthesis;modelsof computation; logical/mathematical foundationsof computerscience;informationtheory...) • HistoryandPhilosophyof Programming(classesof programminglanguages;philosophical statusof programming...) • HistoryandPhilosophyof the Computer(fromcalculatingmachinestothe future of the computer;userinterfaces;abstract architectures...) • HistoryandEpistemologyof the use of Computinginthe sciences(simulationvs.modelisation;computer-assistedproofs; linguistics...) • Computingandthe Arts:historical andconceptual issues(temporalityindigital art;narrationininteractive artwork...) • Social,ethical andpedagogical aspectsof Computing(pedagogyof computerscience;algorithmsandcopyright;Internet,culture, society...) ………….…………….. GALA (GamesandLearningAlliance) Conference2015 in Rome,Italy. The Gamesand LearningAlliance conference (GALA 2015) is an international conference dedicatedtothe science andapplicationof serious games. The conference aimsatbringingtogether researchers,developers,practitionersandstakeholders.The goal istoshare the state of the art of researchandmarket,analysing the most significanttrendsanddiscussingvisionsonthe future of serious games. See http://www.galaconf.org/ …………………………… The 1st ICA EuropeanSymposiumon Cartography(EuroCarto 2015), whichwill take place inViennaon November10-12,2015.
  4. 4. EuroCarto 2015 aimsto bringtogethercartographers,GIscientistsand those workinginrelateddisciplineswiththe goal of offeringaplatform of discussion,exchange andstimulationof researchandjoinedprojects. The call forpapersis currentlyopen.The deadline forFull papersubmissions isJune 1,2015, and workin progresssubmissionsis June 29, 2015. High-quality submissionsare intendedtobe publishedinthe International Journal of Cartographyandinabookof the seriesLecture NotesonGeoinformationand CartographybySpringer.More informationcanbe foundat http://eurocarto.org/. …………………………………… SecondCall for Abstracts and Special Sessions9th Symposiumof theInternationalSociety forDigitalEarth DIGITAL EARTH 2015 "Towardsa One-WorldVisionfortheBlue Planet" Halifax,NS,CANADA,October5-9 Interestedcontributorsshouldsubmittheirabstractor proposal fora special sessionbyApril 17.Submissiondetailscanbe found underthe Program menutabat digitalearth2015.ca. Abstractsand proposalswill be promptlyconsideredbythe Scientific Program Committee ……………………………………………………….. Recent Articles and Papers A comprehensive listof archivedarticles,presentationsandvideoscanbe accessedat my website – http://www.davidwortley.com/listing.html The most recentupdatesare shownbelow:- Date Article Title Comments Mar 2015 Artificial Intelligence,Cloud Computingand Social Media- Are we CreatingGod inour own Likeness? ViewArticle In recentmonths,anumberof technologyluminarieshave voicedconcerns aboutthe potential threatof Artificial Intelligence,echoingthe final chapterof mybook“Gadgets to God”. Bill Gatesisquotedas saying(1) :- "I am inthe campthat is concerned aboutsuper intelligence," Gatessaidinresponse to a questionabout the existential threat posed by AI. "First,the machineswill do a lot ofjobs for usand not be super intelligent.That shouldbe positiveifwe manageit well. A few decades after that, though,the intelligenceis strongenoughto be a concern." Mar 2015 What's the Big Idea- Societal FissionorFusion? - ViewArticle The internetandatomicenergyhave certainthingsin common.Theyare man-made discoverieswhichcanbe used for goodor evil andnow that theyhave beeninventedthere isno goingback – we cannotun-inventeitherof them.The difference betweennuclearenergyandthe internetisthat our global societyseekstopreventaproliferationof nuclear energytostop itfallingintothe wronghandswhereaswe have made the powerof the internetaccessible tovirtually everyone onthe planetregardlessof theirpotential usage for goodor evil. Mar 2015 What's the Big Idea- IsImmortalitywithinour Grasp - ViewArticle Digital storage andcommunicationstechnologies,combined withthe growingarray of sensorsand trackingdevicesmean that the “digital trace”of our livesisbecomingmore and more comprehensive andaccessible tofuture generations withthe associatedimplicationsforthe potential on-going influencewe mighthave afterourdeath. Mar 2015 Gamification,AirMiles,Points,E-Tokensandthe Future of E-Currencyinan OmniWorld Will ElectronicTradingandBarter Replace ExistingCurrencies? - ViewArticle Today,technologyprovidesamechanismtopurchase goods and servicesfromanywhereinthe worldandthe varietyof individualcurrenciesandcomplexitiesof exchange ratesisa potential barriertotrade.Perhapsananswerforthe future of trade isthe acceptance of pointsor e-tokensasan exchangeablemechanismlinkedtoa commoditythathas a universal value. Upcoming Events Listing Belowisa listof forthcomingconferences –alsoaccessible at http://www.davidwortley.com/events.html Date Event Name / Description Location Web URL Apr 13 UNEP-DHIASIAN ECO CHALLENGE 2015 FINALS Daegu,Korea http://www.the-eco-challenge.org/ Apr 18-20 EmergingInfotech2015 Shenzhen,China http://www.bitcongress.com/InfoTech2015/default.asp Apr 27-29 19TH ANNUALEUROMEDIA CONFERENCE,EUROMEDIA'2015 Lisbon,Portugal http://www.eurosis.org/cms/?q=taxonomy/term/365 Apr 27-30 BangkokInternational Digital Content2015 Bangkok, Thailand http://www.thailandexhibition.com/TradeShow-2015/6179 April 28- 29 MCM 2015 - Wearable Technology Conference London,UK http://www.m2mconference.com/?gclid=COjQ6qC60MQC FQkcwwodcJ4AmA May 17- 18 2015 International Conference on Energyand Environmental Systems Engineering(EESE2015) Beijing,China http://www.eese2015.org/ May 20- 23 9th International Conference on Pervasive ComputingTechnologies for Healthcare Istanbul,Turkey http://pervasivehealth.org/2015/show/home May 20- 25 AERO Conference - Alternative EducationResource Organisation NewYork,USA http://www.educationrevolution.org/store/conference/ June 1-3 13th International Simulation Conference (ISC'2015) Valencia,Spain http://www.upv.es June 4 ConnectedLife Conference- Digital Society Oxford,UK http://connectedlife.oii.ox.ac.uk/connected-life-15/cfp/ June 17- 19 SecondKES International Conference SMARTEDUCATION and E-LEARNING(SEEL-2015) Sorrento,Italy http://seel-15.kesinternational.org Jun27-28 ICCE 2015 International Conference on Creative Education London,UK http://www.icce-conf.net/index.htm July6-8 EDULEARN15 - International Conference onEducationandNew LearningTechnologies Barcelona,Spain http://iated.org/edulearn/ July13-14 Immersive LearningResearch NetworkConference - ILRN 2015 Prague,Czech Republic http://immersivelrn.org/ilrn2015prague July17-21 ISAGA/JASAG2015- the 46th ISAGA conference |JapanAssociationof Simulation&Gaminghosts Kyoto,Japan http://jasag.org/isaga2015/
  5. 5. July22-24 9th International Conference on ComputerGraphics,Visualization, ComputerVisionandImage Processing Los Palmasde Gran Canaria, Spain http://cgv-conf.org/ July24-26 WorldFuture 2015 San Francisco, USA http://www.wfs.org/worldfuture-2015 July26-27 Cloud TechnologyandComputing Macau www.ccss2015.org Aug10-11 Thaisim2015 - Learningfrom educational games,simulationsand debriefingforthe AEC Bangkok, Thailand http://www.thaisim.org/ts15/ts15.htm Aug11-14 SGSC 2015 - Serious Games Conference Nanyang University, Singapore http://2015conf.seriousgamesconference.org/ Sep24-25 Innovationinenvironmental education:ICTand intergenerationallearning Firenze,Italy http://involenconference.com/ Oct 1-2 7th International Conference on Science inSociety Chicago,USA http://science-society.com/the-conference Oct 5-9 DIGITAL EARTH 2015 "Towardsa One-WorldVisionforthe Blue Planet" Halifax,Nova Scotia http://digitalearth2015.ca/ Oct 8-9 9th EuropeanConference onGames BasedLearningECGBL 2015 Steinkjer, Norway http://academic- conferences.org/ecgbl/ecgbl2015/ecgbl15-home.htm Nov3-5 WISE 2015 - WorldInnovation SummitonEducation Doha,Qatar http://www.wise-qatar.org/apply-attend Nov10-11 SAIIntelligentSystemsConference 2015 (IntelliSys2015) - London,UK http://saiconference.com/IntelliSys2015/ Dec 11-12 GALA - Gamesand LearningAlliance Conference Rome,Italy http://www.galaconf.org/ Feb18-19 2016 TwelfthInternational Conference on Technology,Knowledge,and Society BuenosAires, Argentina http://techandsoc.com/the-conference If you wouldlike anypresentations,videosordocumentscirculatedtomynetwork,Iam happyto provide thisservice freeof charge forany material relevanttoreadersof thisnewsletter.If youare interested,contactme at david@davidwortley.com. BestWishesfora BetterFuture for all Mankind DavidWortleyFRSA FounderandCEO GAETSS – Gamificationand EnablingTechnologiesStrategicSolutions Shaping theFutureof Businessand Society through Human Developmentand Motivation Mobile Phone : +601123180284 (Malaysia) +447896659695 (UK) Email : david@gaetss.com Skype:davidwortley Web:http://www.gaetss.com If you no longerwishtoreceive these newsletters,simplyreplywiththe word UNSUBSCRIBE andI will remove youfromthe mailinglist.

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