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At just 17-ye上海419女神会所ars-old, Dutch teenager Noa Pothoven had alr
eady written an award-winning memoir detailing her struggle with post-tra
matic stress disorder, depression and anorexia in the wake of sexual assault and rape.
In her autobiography, Pothoven wrote that she had nothing left to live for.
At 16, she app
roached the Levenseinde, or “end-of-life,” clinic in The Hague to inquire about euthanasia, but, according to an
interview last year with local newspaper the Gelderlander, her request was rejected.
week, after years of battling mental illness, Pothoven announced on Instagram that she had begun refusing all food
“After years of fighting, the fighting has finished. I have now stopped eating and dri
nking for a while, and after many conversations and reviews it has been decided that I will be released because
my suffering is unbearable,” Pothoven wrote in a post, which has since been removed.
hina has published the most research
papers on artificial intelligence around the world, while AI research from the Unite
d States remains the most influential, said a report on AI development released in Shanghai on Friday.
More than 300,000 papers on AI have been published globally from 2013 to 2018, among which around 74,000 were publishe
d by Chinese researchers and 52,000 by their US counterparts, and the US dominated in fields such as citation impact,
The report was compiled by the Research Center for AI Development, which was established last year by the Ministry of Science and Technology.
“China and the United States are the two main pillars of the world’s AI r
esearch network, and the most cooperation on AI research happened between the two
Austrian pianist Rudolf Buchbinder, one of the best Beethoven interpreters of all time, will perform
all five Ludwig van Beethoven’s piano concertos during his upcoming China tour with the German orch
estra, Staatskapelle Dresden, which kicks off on May 15 at the Guangzhou Xinghai Concert Hall.
He will also perform with the German orchestra in Changsha, Hunan province, on May 18
and 19, and conclude the tour at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing on May 21 and 22.
“Beethoven was the most romantic of composers. The more I play Beethoven’s works, the more musical freedom I get,” says Buch
binder, in an email interview with China Daily before the China tour. He adds that he has performed the com
plete cycle of Beethoven’s piano concertos with Staatskapelle Dresden for many times all around the world.