first_img“It’s okay for the player to have his vision, but I saw it differently. In my honest opinion, I don’t think I had any other option, ”Klopp said about the replacement before returning to the causes of the card and the possibility of seeing the second in action with Correa. “We need a physical Mané; He didn’t need it, but he had contact with his opponent. I would say that both situations were simulated. I don’t like it very much, but it’s part of the game, ”the German coach complained again.Inelegant.Liverpool was not at all elegant when assessing the triumph of Atlético and both the players and their coach made complaints after their defeat in the Metropolitan. They accused Atlético players of doing theater. The Klopp team was elated to the stadium of the rojiblanco team and has not finished digesting to meet in Madrid with something that was not expected. Perhaps, it also points to a way to influence the arbitration in the second leg these complaints. Liverpool already think of West Ham, their rival on Monday in the Premier, but in the environment net It is still going around what happened on Tuesday at the Metropolitan. The European champion was braked by Atlético de Simeone (1-0) without the English could even throw between the three sticks. Among the fans and analysts of the English club, the movement that Klopp made during the break continues. Sadio Mané left stayed in the locker room and instead Origi entered. The score was 1-0.Klopp has returned to give explanations today, although he has acknowledged that he has had to clarify his decision with the player. The African attacker did not understand at the time. “I talked to him this morning and asked him if he was surprised,” Klopp explained. “He said yes, that he was surprised, that he was not nervous and that he could have endured,” he says. Mané had seen a yellow card for a ticket to Vrsaljko and, minutes later, he could finish early in the shower if Szymon Marciniak, referee of the match, had shown the second one by elbowing Correa. Klopp feared the worst, saw the risk and took one of his stars out of the field at the risk of losing stuck in the first leg.last_img read more

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first_imgAs our lives become increasingly digital at home and at work, Microsoft wants to make sure users have the proper privacy, security and control of their data. The company is actively collaborating with the Decentralized Identity Foundation (DIF) and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Credentials Community Group to provide an Decentralized Identity (DID) solution, standards and an interoperable ecosystem for developers and businesses.“Today we use our digital identity at work, at home, and across every app, service, and device we engage with. It’s made up of everything we say, do, and experience in our lives—purchasing tickets for an event, checking into a hotel, or even ordering lunch. Currently, our identity and all our digital interactions are owned and controlled by other parties, some of whom we aren’t even aware of,” the company wrote in a white paper.According to the company, a standards-based decentralized identity system can enable users to take control of their data, provide a digital hub to store and access their digital identities, and provide stronger trust and security across apps, devices and service providers. Microsoft has been working on this solution for the past 18 months, using technologies like blockchain and distributed ledgers.For users, Microsoft explained the benefits will include ability to own and control digital identity, provide secure experiences and enable user-centric apps and services. For developers, the solution will enable them to provide personalized experiences, better respect privacy, and promote a new kind of marketplace “where creators and consumers exchange directly.” Organizations will be able to utilize the solution to minimize privacy and security risks, provide a unified data protocol, and improve transparency and auditability.“To achieve this vision, we need to augment existing cloud identity systems with one that individuals, organizations, and devices can own so they can control their digital identity and data. This self-owned identity must seamlessly integrate into our daily lives, providing complete control over what we share and with whom we share it, and—when necessary—provide the ability to take it back. Instead of granting broad consent to countless apps and services and spreading their identity data across numerous providers, individuals need a secure, encrypted digital hub where they can store their identity data and easily control access to it,” Microsoft wrote.As part of the company’s partnership with DID and W3C, it will provide a open-source DID implementation that will “establish a unified, interoperable ecosystem that developers and businesses can rely on to build a new wave of products, applications, and services that put users in control.”last_img read more

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first_imgMore ways on how developers can utilize R on GCP are available here.In addition, Google announced new improvements to Cloud Spanner and Python 3.7 for App Engine.App Engine now introduces the second-generation Python runtime on GCP. According to the company, developers can now use dependencies from the Python Package Index or private repositories. Cloud Scheduler and Cloud Tasks have also been decoupled from App Engine so developers can use these features across all GCP services.Updates to Cloud Spanner include query introspection improvements, new region availability and new multi-region configurations. The new introspection capability is designed to provide more visibility into queries. New region availability includes South Carolina, Singapore, Netherlands, Montreal, Mumbai, Northern Virginia, and Los Angeles.  The database’s first new configuration is meant for multi-region coverage within the US and designed to reduce latency while the second configuration is for coverage within the EU. More information is available here. In an effort to bring greater support for the R programming language on Google Cloud Platform, Google has announced the beta release of Spark jobs on Cloud Dataproc. The R language is most commonly used for data analysis tools and statistical apps. According to Google, the rise of cloud computing has opened up new opportunities for R.“Using GCP for R lets you avoid the infrastructure barriers that used to impose limits on understanding your data, such as choosing which datasets to sample because of compute or data size limits. With GCP, you can build large-scale models to analyze datasets of sizes that previously would have required huge upfront investments in high-performance computing infrastructures,” Christopher Crosbie, product manager of Dataproc and Hadoop, and Mikhail Chrestkha, machine learning specialist, wrote in a blog post.Cloud Dataproc is a fully managed cloud service for Apache Spark and Apache Hadoop clusters on GCP, while SparkR is a lightweight package that enables Apache Spark from R on the frontend, the company explained.“This integration lets R developers use dplyr-like operations on datasets of nearly any size stored in Cloud Storage. SparkR also supports distributed machine learning using MLlib. You can use this integration to process against large Cloud Storage datasets or perform computationally intensive work,” Crosbie and Chrestkha wrote.last_img read more

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