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A newly granted patent,was a wonderful experience.C. in a TV interview last year Medical devices such as insulin pumps continuous glucose monitors and pacemakers or defibrillators have become increasingly small and wearable in recent years They often connect with a hand-held controller over short distances using Bluetooth Often either the controller or the device itself is connected to the Internet by means of Wi-Fi so that data can be sent directly to clinicians But security experts have demonstrated that with easily available hardware a user manual and the device’s PIN number they can take control of a device or monitor the data it sends Medical devices don’t get regular security updates like smart phones and computers because changes to their software could require recertification by regulators like the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) And FDA has focused on reliability user safety and ease of use—not on protecting against malicious attacks In a Safety Communication in 2013 the agency said that it “is not aware of any patient injuries or deaths associated with these incidents nor do we have any indication that any specific devices or systems in clinical use have been purposely targeted at this time” FDA does say that it “expects medical device manufacturers to take appropriate steps” to protect devices Manufacturers are starting to wake up to the issue and are employing security experts to tighten up their systems But unless such steps become compulsory it may take a fatal attack on a prominent person for the security gap to be closed For more on privacy and to take a quiz on your own privacy IQ see “The end of privacy” special section in this week’s issue of ScienceWritten by PTI | Washington | Published: June 11 2013 3:49 pm Related News If you have just started dating someoneit may be wise to limit your time on Facebook New couples who use Facebook excessively are far more likely to experience Facebook-related conflict which may lead to emotional and physical cheatingbreakup and divorcea new study has warned Russell Claytona doctoral student in the University of Missouri School of Journalismalong with Alexander Nagurneyan instructor at the University of Hawaii at Hiloand Jessica R Smitha doctoral student at St Mary’s University in San Antoniosurveyed Facebook users ages 18 to 82 years old Participants were asked to describe how often they used Facebook and how muchif anyconflict arose between their current or former partners as a result of Facebook use The researchers found that high levels of Facebook use among couples significantly predicted Facebook-related conflictwhich then significantly predicted negative relationship outcomes such as cheatingbreakupand divorce “Previous research has shown that the more a person in a romantic relationship uses Facebookthe more likely they are to monitor their partner’s Facebook activity more stringentlywhich can lead to feelings of jealousy” Clayton said “Facebook-induced jealousy may lead to arguments concerning past partners Alsoour study found that excessive Facebook users are more likely to connect or reconnect with other Facebook usersincluding previous partnerswhich may lead to emotional and physical cheating” Clayton added Clayton also found that this trend was particularly apparent in newer relationships “These findings held only for couples who had been in relationships of three years or less This suggests that Facebook may be a threat to relationships that are not fully matured” he said “On the other handparticipants who have been in relationships for longer than three years may not use Facebook as oftenor may have more matured relationshipsand therefore Facebook use may not be a threat or concern” he said In order to prevent such conflict from arisingClayton recommends couplesespecially those who have not been together for very longto limit their own personal Facebook use “Although Facebook is a great way to learn about someoneexcessive Facebook use may be damaging to newer romantic relationships” Clayton said “Cutting back to moderatehealthy levels of Facebook usage could help reduce conflictparticularly for newer couples who are still learning about each other” he said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Updated: May 3 2016 4:20 pm Gauri Gill making portraits in Ganjad July 2015 (Photo credit: Vyankesh Harkya) Related News In 2013 when Gauri Gill went to the little hamlet of Ganjad in Maharashtra’s Dahanu district her immediate instinct was to take out her camera and capture the lush verdant beauty of the landscape The photographer had been invited to the village to create a series of portraits in the local primary school There she stayed at the house of Rajesh Vangad a well-known Warli artist As Vangad gave her a tour of the area he told her stories about the forests mountains and rivers and landmark events in local history such as the raid by a political party that led to stampede and violence Gill photographed her host as he took her from river to forest to field deciding to place the man in the landscape that he knew and loved so well “But when the contact sheets came in I realized that all the stories that he had shared with me were somehow missing from the photographs themselves I didn’t want the photographs to just be portraits of him in these places that are of great personal significance to him I wanted to show why exactly they are significant” she says “So I proposed to Rajesh that perhaps he should meet my text with his own It would be like two different set of eyes looking at the same landscape” The collaboration has resulted in an exquisite series of works called Fields of Sight that brings together the photographs made by Gill when she was in Ganjad and the Warli art executed by Vangad when he went to stay with her in Delhi Landscapes teem with the memories and lived experience which would be absent from photographs if not for the Warli artist’s collaboration So in River while we see him standing at the edge of the water and looking in we are at the same time also looking at life as it unfolds in and around it — women bending over nets as a variety of fish swim about and insects hover and skim on the water’s surface Gill says “In the course of working we developed a formal language together For example the works are black and white because we wanted to meet each other on equal ground In fact Warli art is traditionally monochromatic since it is made using rice paste on mud walls In these works Rajesh has used paint and he has started thinking in tones” It was almost she says like two musicians playing different instruments but working on the same piece A Forest of Trees From the series ‘Fields of Sight’ 2014/2016 (Photo credit: Gauri Gill and Rajesh Vangad) At Gill’s on-going solo show “The Mark on the Wall” at Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke Mumbai these works are displayed along with those in two other series Places Traces features previously unseen works from Notes from the Desert the photographer’s ongoing archive of images from Rajasthan a place that she has been returning to since she first began photographing rural life there in 1999 The third series The Mark on the Wall also features photographs from Rajasthan with Gill documenting the drawings made by children teachers and local artists in government schools in western Rajasthan These drawings were made as part of Leher Kaksha a now-lapsed government scheme which was designed to help children learn visually River From the series ‘Fields of Sight’ 2014/2016 (Photo credit: Gauri Gill and Rajesh Vangad) While each series is distinct in terms of subject matter one can discern a few ideas that run through all three One of these is the idea of the “mark making” be it in terms of the marks made by Vangad on Gill’s work or those that children and teachers make on the walls of their classrooms as they learn grammar or about the human anatomy There’s ofcourse also the idea of collaboration In the other two series where one can imagine Gill collaborating with people who have already done their bit and left the scene Rajesh Vangad with legendary Warli painter Jivya Soma Mashe in Ganjad July 2015 (photo credit: Gauri Gill) This sense of commonality is emphasised in the way Gill has chosen to display the photographs The photographer has refrained from segregating the works according to series She says“I didn’t want the show to be pedantic and I’m hoping that whoever sees the works can sense the conversation that is going on between them” The exhibition is at Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke Mumbai till June 30 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: January 22 2009 1:31 am Related News Offering homage to renowned Carnatic musician Thyagarajadanseuse Shashikala Ravi will perform on some of his rare ragas With ultimate finesse and mystic movesShashikala Ravi will offer tribute to Thyagarajaa 200-year-old South Indian saint and one of the greatest Carnatic musicians Performing dance pieces on some of his rare ragas ChittaranjaniKannadagowla and Kamavardhinia troupe of renowned Caranatic musicians comprising of a singermridangam playernattuvangamviolinist and flautist from Mumbai will accompany her at the event organised by the Poona Sangeeth Sabha Speaking on her performance Shashikala says”Thyagaraja is considered to be one of the trinities of Carnatic style of music In his lifetime he contributed nearly 700 krithis to Indian musicmost of them devoted to Lord Rama” Presenting two Pancharatna Krithis that are considered as Thyagaraja’s masterpieces set in Ghana ragas like NattaiGowlaArabhiVarali and Sriragashe says “Thyagaraja was a great musician and his ragas were not only beautiful but rare too Chittaranjani and Kannadagowala are some of the unusual ones on which I will be performing” Ravi does not only hold an Alankar a postgraduate degree in Bharatnatyambut has also learnt Abhinaya under Padma Bhushan Kalanidhi Narayan and has performed in various countries like GreeceGermany and Srilanka She feels that Indian classical dance has huge audiences world over “My performance of Abhinaya in Greece was very much appreciated and the kind of response I got was overwhelming” she says Her performance on Nritya Sangam was also filmed in an Israeli television series The Next World “India always stands apart from the rest of the world for its culture and we have a very rare and special tradition to show the world” she adds Apart from the accolades she received world over she has also received Natya Ratna and Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Natya Parishad awards She is an empanelled artiste with the Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR)New Delhi and with India International Rural Cultural Centre (IRCEN)New Delhi She is also a member of the International Dance Council (IDC)World Dance Alliance – Asia Pacific and Association of Bharatanatyam Artistes of India (ABHAI) Ravi has been teaching Bharatanatyam for the last 15 years She taught in Delhi for 7 years before moving to Germany and then Pune “I belong to South so have a deep connection with the dance formmy mother is a vocalist singershe is the one who introduced me to the art” she says Having disciples in India and abroadRavi feels that knowledge is something one should pass on “You have to give your knowledge at one point of timewhatever you learn has to be given so that the young generation learns it” she says And while she strongly believes that the charisma of Indian classical dance and music is evergreen she also feels that people should not adulterate the traditional art forms (Shashikala Ravi will perform in the city at the Poona Sangeeth Sabha on January 25) For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 26 2017 9:36 am Xiaomi Redmi 4A is aimed at 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