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Is the Google Assistant doomed? The evidence is starting to pile up that the division is going down the tubes. The latest is news from CNBC's Jennifer Elias that says the Google Assistant division has been "reshuffled" to "heavily prioritize" Bard over the Google Assistant. It all sounds like the team is being reassigned.
This moon is doomed.Mars,the red planet named for theRoman god of war, has two tiny moons,Phobos andDeimos, whosenames are derived from the Greek for Fear andPanic.The origin of the Martian moons is unknown, though, with a leadinghypothesis holding that they are capturedasteroids.The larger moon, at 25-kilometers across, is Phobos, and is indeed seen to be a cratered, asteroid-like object in thisfalse-colored image mosaic taken by the robotic Viking 1 mission in 1978. A recent analysis of the unusual long grooves seen on Phobos indicates that they may result from boulders rolling away from the giant impact that created the crater on the upper left: Stickney Crater. Phobos orbits so close to Mars - about 5,800 kilometers above the surface compared to 400,000 kilometersfor our Moon - that gravitationaltidal forcesare dragging it down.The ultimate result will be for Phobos to break up in orbit and then crash down onto the Martian surface in about 50 million years. Well before that -- tomorrow, in fact, if everything goes according to plan -- NASA's robotic InSight lander will touch down on Mars and begin investigating its internal structure.
There is a view that globalisation is in retreat. It has produced immense wealth, but has also generated huge inequality, leading to an economic and political backlash. Not everyone agrees with this view, though globalisation is seen as under geopolitical threat, in particular because of the rivalry between China and the United States, and the war between Russia and Ukraine, which both pit autocracies against democracies. So, is the current wave of globalisation that started three decades ago already over or at least doomed, and if so, should we rejoice or lament?
In conclusion, new structural evidence provides unprecedented clues on the role of PGRS domains in mycobacterial life. As in the old legend of the Flying Dutchman, PGRS domains are doomed to sail the mycomembrane without making port; PGRS domains are molecular sailors that allow mycobacteria to sense or interact with host molecules and/or to ferry mycobacterial enzymes or other functional protein domains across the mycomembrane. 781b155fdc