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This should lead to a serious discussion in Europe over how the allies can best pool military resources, spread risk and exploit national specialisms to take more responsibility for their own defence.
The researchers created this by observing social interactions between 400 doctors, nurses and technicians during 200 operations covering eight specialisms.
China has piles of data and notable companies in AI specialisms, for example Face++ in facial recognition and iFlytek in speech.
In America only 15% of women with graduate degrees in science and engineering, which are in short supply, were employed in their specialism in 2011, compared with 31% of men.
With scrupulous respect for the service these women gave, Ms. Alexievich identifies each by specialism and rank.
Ings: Each specialism lost people during the Great Purge [ordered by Stalin to scare and eliminate opposition between 1936 and 1938].
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: a particular subject or area of study or practice
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