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  • Human Rights or Environmental Rights?:A Reassessment

    Should we continue to think about human rights and the environment within the existing framework of human rights law in which the protection of humans is the central focus - essentially a greening of the rights to life, private life and property - or has the time come to talk directly about environmental rights - in other words to have the environment itslef protected? Should we transcend the anthropocentric in favour of the ecocentric?

    Chemo-, regio-, and stereoselective iron-catalysed hydroboration of alkenes and alkynes

    The highly chemo-, regio-, and stereoselective synthesis of alkyl- and vinyl boronic esters with good functional group tolerance has been developed using in situ activation of a bench-stable iron(II) pre-catalyst and pinacolborane (16 examples, 45–95% yield, TOF up to 30000 mol h−1). The first iron-catalysed alkene hydrogermylation is also reported.

    Remediation of trichloroethylene-contaminated soils by star technology using vegetable oil smoldering

    Self-sustaining treatment for active remediation (STAR) is an innovative soil remediation approach based on smoldering combustion that has been demonstrated to effectively destroy complex hydrocarbon nonaqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) with minimal energy input. This is the first study to explore the smoldering remediation of sand contaminated by a volatile NAPL (trichloroethylene, TCE) and the first to consider utilizing vegetable oil as supplemental fuel for STAR. Thirty laboratory-scale exper...

    Voice liveness detection algorithms based on pop noise caused by human breath for automatic speaker verification

    This paper proposes a novel countermeasure framework to detect spoofing attacks to reduce the vulnerability of automatic speaker verification (ASV) systems. Recently, ASV systems have reached equivalent performances equivalent to those of other biometric modalities. However, spoofing techniques against these systems have also progressed drastically. Experimentation using advanced speech synthesis and voice conversion techniques has showed unacceptable false acceptance rates and several new co...

    Plans and the (Predicate Argument) Structure of Behavior

    The paper will sketch a path between representations at the level of the grounded sensory manifold and perceptron learning to the mid-level of plans and explanation-based learning, and on up to the level of language grammar and parsing model learning.
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