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青白江区第一人民医院妇科男科巴中市子宫肌瘤多少钱日本推出能和主人聊天的机器人手机For those who feel a bit lonely just talking on the phone, a Japanese company is offering a cellphone that turns into a robot buddy y to chat.Softbank Mobile Corp.'s new mobile line looks like a small humanoid with attachable arms and legs, with the screen showing various faces.The PhoneBraver will be released in April after a character in an upcoming television drama series entitled "Cellphone Investigator 7."The telephone comes with enough artificial intelligence to learn the user's habits.If the user calls a particular person many times, a text phrase such as "You're calling her often these days, aren't you?" might appear coming out of the face's mouth, according to Softbank Mobile spokesman Katsuhide Furuya.The user could carry on conversations with the phone by responding "yes" or "no" or with other simple replies."We haven't decided on specifics yet on the communication between the user and mobile, but your mobile would grow into a buddy different from others that is unique in the world," he said.The PhoneBraver does not move by itself but can strike a pose with movable joints. The price is not disclosed yet.Japan is known for its fondness for humanoids, which have been put to use as security guards, receptionists and for other functions in a country with a declining birth rate.Japan also has cutthroat competition in mobile telephones, with three main companies constantly trying to find new incentives to snare users.The number of cellphone subscriptions topped 100 million in Japan at the end of December against the nation's total population of 127 million, according to industry data. 觉得一个人打手机有点孤单的人现在不用发愁了,日本一家公司将推出一款能陪主人“聊天”的机器人手机。软银移动公司推出的这款新型手机外形像个小机器人,有胳膊有腿,屏幕上还能显示各种不同的面部表情。这款“PhoneBraver”手机将于四月份面世,它得名于即将播出的电视连续剧《手机调查者7号》中的一个角色。这款手机应用了大量的人工智能,能够了解用户的习惯。据软银移动公司发言人本木诚章介绍,如果用户多次呼叫某一特定对象,“机器人”的嘴里(显示在屏幕上)可能就会冒出“最近你是不是老给她打电话?”此类的话语。用户可以用“是”、“否”或其他一些简单的回答与手机交流。他说:“用户与手机交流的一些细节问题还未确定,但这款手机的与众不同之处在于,它可以成为你的伙伴,这在世界上是独一无二的。”PhoneBraver手机自己不能移动,但由于它的关节可以活动,所以能够摆出各种不同的姿势。目前,这款手机的价格还未公布。日本一直以对机器人情有独钟而闻名。日本的出生率持续下降,机器人已被应用于保安、接待及其他一些岗位。日本手机行业的竞争也很激烈,国内三大运营商为了吸引用户一直在努力寻求新的策略。日本共有1.27亿人口。据业内统计数据显示,截至去年12月底,日本的手机用户数量已超过1亿。 /200803/30366攀枝花中心医院妇产科怎样 Today#39;s LearnVest Daily is dedicated to all the excuses we#39;ve ever made for why our finances aren#39;t everything we#39;ve dreamed: Our jobs just don#39;t pay enough. Our friends are bad spending influences. We#39;re too deep in debt to ever get out. In response to those, we bring you nine reasons you#39;re broke . . .女性个人理财网LearnVest Daily 总是在为女人们的入不敷出寻找各种借口:工资不够;朋友花钱的坏习惯影响了自己;深陷债务泥沼无法自拔。与之相对,我们要告诉你的是:你身为穷人的真正原因。1. You Put Your Entire Paycheck in Your Checking Account1. 所有收入都存进了活期存款账户Of course, you should have a checking account, but depositing all your income straight to checking sets you up to overspend and sideline your savings goals. After all, the money is right there, ripe for the spending, and socking cash away for the future requires transferring it separately to your savings account.没错,你应该要有自己的活期存款账户,但是把所有收入存入账户里只会让你花费超,存钱几乎不可能。毕竟,钱存那里了,召唤着你去花它啊!而且为未来存钱也要一点一点来。A better solution? Set up automatic deposits straight from your paycheck into your various savings accounts. It#39;s called paying yourself first.有没有更好的解决方法?办理自动划账业务,把钱直接存入你的各种储蓄账户。这叫做先留给自己。2. You Spend on Stupid Stuff2. 把钱花在了无用的东西上We actually think you should spend money . . . on the things that will actually make a difference in your life. Spending on a meaningful vacation or a clothing item that will revolutionize your wardrobe? Totally worthwhile. Spending extra on things like your electricity bill or your medicine cabinet? Totally stupid.Prioritize what matters most to you then cut out the rest of the filler in your budget.我们认为,钱应该花在可以改变生活的东西上。花钱度过一个有意义的假期,或者买一件衣改变一下自己的衣柜风格?完全必要。但如果花多余的钱来付自己的电费账单,或者买个医药箱?完全没必要!列出对你而言最重要的东西,然后把预算中多余的东西划掉。3. You Don#39;t Have Any Goals3. 目标不明确You#39;re much likelier to save if you have something to save for, especially if it#39;s something important to you. Get some emotions on the line by thinking of specific reasons you#39;re working so hard at your finances. Are you trying to save up for a house someday? A family? A new car? A much-needed vacation?如果你打算为某些事情存钱,特别是一些很重要的事情,那么存钱就会很容易。好好想想你努力工作存钱为的是什么。你打算某年某月某天买套房?建立自己的家庭?买辆新车?期待已久的假期?Put everything in perspective, and give yourself something to work for, by creating a vision board, which you can fill with images and words to illustrate your ideal life.全盘考虑一番,给自己一个工作的理由。创建一个未来规划板,把对未来的美好生活添上去。4. You#39;re Scared of Your Own Power4. 对于贫穷的恐惧Your power to grow your money, that is. Investing may sound like an intimidating thing meant only for financial gurus, but you#39;re missing out if you#39;re too chicken to jump in. If you invested, then 40 years could turn ,000 into almost ,000. Meanwhile, that same ,000 would leave you with only a little over ,000 after 40 years if you put it in a savings account with 2 percent interest!投资—你增加自己金钱的能力,乍听来似乎只为金融家而存在,如果你不敢投资,你就出局了。如果你投资的话,那么,40年的时间可以将1000美元变成22000美元。但是,如果你把同样的1000美元放到存起来,每年的利息是2%,那么40年后,你只能获得2000美元的利息。That#39;s not to say you should start picking random stocks. We recommend starting out with mutual funds or exchange-traded funds to make sure you have the most balanced portfolio to fit your goals.但这并不是说你可以随便投资股票。在这里,我们推荐你从投资互惠基金或者营业基金开始,这样,你就可以确保投资于目标的平衡。5. You#39;re Paying Your Debts Wrong5. 无法正确还债Even if you#39;re responsibly paying off your debts, you could be keeping yourself down if you#39;re paying them in the wrong order.还债是你的义务,这没有错,但是如果你没有正确的还债,只会让自己生活低下了。Don#39;t divide your payments equally among all debts, like credit card debt or your student loans. Those with the highest interest rates grow fastest, so focus on the most toxic debts first.还债不要平均分配,例如,信用卡债务和助学贷款。高利率的债务增长也快,所以先偿还高利率债务。 /201302/224968Inside a massive building on a university campus, 20 Ping-Pong tables stretch across a hardwood floor. There are locker rooms, showers and a coach's office, and guests have to remove their shoes before entering. The great hall clicks and clacks -- all day long and often until dark -- with children, teenagers and adults who dedicate hours to training.Gao Jun, a U.S. table tennis player and former Gaithersburg resident, practices in that building. But the facility is not located in Maryland or even the ed States; the U.S. team doesn't have a national training complex. Gao, 39, lives and trains full time in China.For the first time, Coach Doru Gheorghe said, the U.S. table tennis team is composed entirely of China-born athletes. So when it came to training for these Olympics, many of them decided to return home."They keep training in China because they realize these are [better] options than they have in the U.S.," Gheorghe said. "This is a special case; they want to train hard. They understand they have to go to China and sacrifice and train all year long. Usually, if the athletes believe they don't have a good chance, they won't go to China. These girls, they want to play well and do the best they can."U.S. women's player Crystal Huang recently joined Gao in China. Their U.S. teammate, Wang Chen, also has trained in China in anticipation for the Olympics. The lone U.S. men's player, David Zhuang, is 44 years old, married, has two girls and lives in suburban New Jersey, but even he has taken time over the past year to practice in Beijing.In the ed States, table tennis is Ping-Pong, a hobby sport often relegated to suburban basements. In China, Gao and her teammates returned to a table tennis haven: palatial facilities that double as shrines to the sport, all filled with training partners capable of making them sweat through an extended volley."That's the best way to make me have the good performance," said Gao, who is 25th in the latest world rankings. "If you want the best results, China is the place for the players to train."Gao grew up in Baoding, China, where she practiced table tennis for five hours every afternoon. She outpaced her grade school of 1,000, defeated competition from throughout Hebei province and eventually earned an invitation to start training in Beijing with the national team.She rose to near the top of the world table tennis rankings. Shoppers noticed her in stores and people stared as she walked through the streets. She appeared regularly on television. Gao won silver in women's doubles at the 1992 Olympics but soon afterward decided to step away from the sport.She moved to Gaithersburg in 1994. It took only three years before she returned to table tennis and, as a U.S. citizen, ended up joining the U.S. team in 1997.But for the past few years, Gao has lived at East China University of Science and Technology, where she has studied economics and practices four hours daily. She resides with some of the world's best table tennis players and walks less than five minutes from her dorm to practice against them."If I want to play good, I have to go to China to train," Gao said. "In U.S., nobody was training with me. Nobody practiced with me. In the U.S., there's not many good players. We have some, but we don't live together, so it's very hard for us to train in the U.S."USA Table Tennis is in flux, with its board of directors recently pared from 14 to nine members and its chief executive officer serving on an interim basis. Because there is no central training facility, players are left to practice overseas or at one of the nation's 260 table tennis clubs."That's one of the arguments, that we need to develop our kids, identify them at an early age, make sure they have the right training and right competition and make sure they go to school," said Mike Cavanaugh, interim CEO of USA Table Tennis.Practice abroad has been a boon for the U.S. team, especially Gao. Working against dozens of highly skilled players has sharpened Gao's game, a unique style that keeps her cozy up against the table. She is all finesse, employing wide-angle and drop shots and forcing her opponents into movement.With nine days before Opening Ceremonies, Gao still is ying for the Games. And she's doing it not in the ed States but in China, in a facility filled with the world's top players."They need to go where the partners are," Gheorghe said. "It's cheaper than to bring the partners here." 在一所大学校园里的一座大型建筑物内,硬木地板上四处排放着20台乒乓球桌。这里有更衣室,浴室和一间教练员办公室,客人们进来前要脱下鞋子。由于有很多小孩子,青少年和成年人来这里练球,而且一练就是几个小时,大厅里乒乒乓乓的声音会持续一整天而且通常直到天黑。高军(Gao Jun)是美国乒乓球选手,以前住在盖瑟斯堡,目前就在这个建筑里训练。但是这个训练场并不位于马里兰州,甚至也不在美国;美国国家乒乓球队没有自己的训练基地。39岁的高军全天候吃住和训练在中国。教练多鲁.乔戈(Doru Gheorghe)说,美国乒乓球队头一次完全由在中国出生的运动员组成。所以考虑此次奥运会的训练时,他们中的很多人决定回到祖国去。“她们坚持在中国训练是因为他们知道在这里比在美国有更好的机会,”乔戈说道。“这是一个特例,她们想要更艰苦的训练。她们懂得必须去中国,做出牺牲去训练整整一年。通常来说,如果这些运动员认为自己机会不多,是不会去中国的。这些姑娘们确实想要打好比赛,并且全力以赴。”美国女子选手黄瑶西(Crystal Huang)前些日子也来到中国和高军会合。她们的队友王晨(Wang Chen)也在中国受训,期待着奥运会上有所作为。美国唯一的男子选手庄永祥(David Zhuang)今年44岁,已婚而且是两个女儿的父亲,家在新泽西的郊区。就连他也在去年抽出时间到北京训练。在美国,乒乓球是一项普通爱好,人们只在不起眼的地下室里随便玩玩。在中国,高军和队友们则回到了乒乓球运动的天堂:很多训练设施都宽敞明亮,像是一座座乒乓球的圣殿。所有这些场地里都有高水平的陪练,能和她们奋力拼杀很多回合。“这是让我打出成绩最好的办法,”高军这位最新世界排名第25位的选手谈到。“如果想要最好的成绩,选手们应该来中国培训。”高军在中国保定长大,那时她每天下午都要练习五个小时的乒乓球。上小学时,她从1000多名学生中脱颖而出,后来拿到了河北省冠军,并最终被国家队选中到北京开始集训。她的名次逐渐上升,一度接近乒乓球世界排名首位。逛商场时有人认出她来,走在街道上也有人盯着她看。她经常上电视。1992年奥运会上高军赢得女子双打银牌,不过那以后她决定退役。1994年她到盖瑟斯堡定居。仅仅过了三年,她又挥舞起球拍,直到作为美国公民于1997年加入美国队。但是在过去几年里,高军一直住在华东科技大学,在那里学习经济并坚持每天练球四个小时。她和一些世界上最好的乒乓球手住在一起,只需不到五分钟就可以从宿舍走到训练场地和那些好手们一起练球。“如果我想打得好,就必须去中国训练,”高军这样说。“在美国,没有人和我一道训练,也找不到人陪练。在美国,好的球手不多。我们有些好手,可是都不住在一起,所以在美国训练很难。”美国乒乓球理事会正处于低谷,前一阵理事会的成员由14位缩减到现在的9位,首席执行官也采用临时管理的方式。由于没有集中训练设施,选手们只好到海外训练,否则只能在全国260家乒乓球俱乐部里训练。“这是争论的焦点之一,有人提出我们需要培养自己的孩子,从中及早发现好苗子,并保他们得到良好的训练,多打一些有益的比赛,也要保他们的学校教育。”美国乒乓球理事会临时CEO迈克.卡凡诺(Mike Cavanaugh)说道。到国外训练对美国队来说是件好事,对高军更是如此。通过与几十位高手过招,高军的打法变得更加犀利,这种打法很特别,可以让她稳稳地站在台前。她手法高超,利用大角度斜线球和扣杀迫使对手疲于奔命。随着奥运开幕仅剩九天,高军还在为比赛做着准备。而且她不是在美国,而是在中国一个满是世界顶级选手的训练场里做着准备。“她们需要找有陪练的地方,”乔戈说。“这比带陪练过来要便宜得多。” /200808/45582青白江区妇幼保健院几点下班

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