Toolson’s combine for 35, Utah Valley gets 3rd in Vegas

May 8, 2021 0 Comments

first_imgNovember 21, 2018 /Sports News – Local Toolson’s combine for 35, Utah Valley gets 3rd in Vegas Written by Associated Press FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLAS VEGAS (AP) — Jake Toolson scored 20 points, Conner Toolson added 15 and Utah Valley led throughout the second half to defeat Long Beach State 87-72 Wednesday in the consolation final of the MGM Main Event’s Middleweight bracket.Long Beach State, led by Deishuan Booker’s 29 points, came as close as 57-51 with about nine minutes remaining. But the Wolverines (3-3) slammed the brakes on the rally, as Conner Toolson and Ben Nakwaasah drained back-to-back 3-pointers around a Long Beach State turnover, to start a 13-2 run.Conner Toolson, Isaiah White and Nakwaasah each had three from distance and Jake Toolson two as Utah Valley made 11 3s. The Wolverines shot 58 percent overall, 29 of 50, dominated the boards 41-21 and had seven steals.Baylee Steele added 14 points and 10 rebounds, his second career double-double, for Utah Valley.Long Beach State (2-4) harried Utah Valley into 21 turnovers, but only turned them into 12 points. Tags: Conner Toolson/Jake Toolson/MGM Resorts Main Event/UVU Wolverines Basketballlast_img read more

Petronas Research, FASTsubsea collaborate on subsea pump development

May 7, 2021 0 Comments

first_img Petronas Research, FASTsubsea collaborate on subsea pump development. (Credit: Aker Solutions.) Petronas Research, a subsidiary of a Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas, has collaborated with FASTsubsea to develop and test low-cost, topsides-less subsea multiphase pump.FASTsubsea, is a joint venture between a Norwegian engineering company, Aker Solutions and FSubsea announced in Aril last year.It was created to help operators boost oil recovery from offshore fields.The joint venture aims to increase oil recovery in a faster, simpler and more environmentally friendly manner by combining Aker Solutions’ multiphase hydraulic technology and FSubsea’s Hydromag technology.FASTsubsea to bring the product to the market in 2022Under the joint industry project agreement signed by both the companies, PETRONAS Research will support the development and testing programme, while FASTsubsea would bring the product to the market in 2022.Aker Solutions chief technology officer John Macleod said: “Getting this participation from a large operator such as PETRONAS is a significant achievement, not least given current industry conditions.”The company said that the PETRONAS Research’s participation comes in addition to a NOK11m ($1.2m) commitment from Norwegian Research Council and enables engineering activities to commence immediately.FASTsubsea managing director Alexander Fuglesang said that “the game-changing FASTsubsea technology allows operators to more rapidly extract additional hydrocarbons from existing offshore wells and installed infrastructure.“End users are drawn to the technology as increased recovery now can be done in a much more sustainable way, and at up to 50 percent lower capex investment than conventional subsea pumping systems, which is key in this market environment.”Furthermore, Aker Solutions has also informed that the project is still open for two further operators to join as JIP partners. PETRONAS Research will support the development and testing programme of the subsea multiphase pumplast_img read more

Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu Wins Third Brosda Olympic Bursary

May 4, 2021 0 Comments

first_imgMore from News:MARS Bromont CCI Announces Requirements For US-Based RidersThe first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.Canadian Eventer Jessica Phoenix Reaches the 100 CCI4*-S MarkPhoenix achieved the milestone while riding Pavarotti at the inaugural 2021 CCI4*-S at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.Tribunal Satisfied That Kocher Made Prolonged Use of Electric SpursAs well as horse abuse, the US rider is found to have brought the sport into disrepute and committed criminal acts under Swiss law.Washington International Horse Show Returns to TryonTIEC will again provide the venue for the WIHS Oct. 26-31 with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation classes. Tags: Dressage, Olympics, Equestrian Canada, Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu, Élisabeth Brosda Memorial Fund, Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Equestrian Canada (EC) and the Brosda family are pleased to announce Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu of Saint-Bruno, QC, as the recipient of the $10,000 Brosda Olympic Bursary for 2021.“The Élisabeth Brosda Memorial Fund was created to honour our exceptional daughter, who tragically passed away before she could realize the Olympic dream that meant so much to her,” explained Élisabeth’s mother, Marie-France Maisonneuve, and step-father, Sébastien Normand. “Time and time again, Brittany has proved that she shares Élisabeth’s passion for excellence – both inside and outside of the ring – and dedication to being part of the Canadian Dressage Team. With continued support from EC and the Horsepower Foundation, we are pleased to award Brittany with this year’s bursary as the 2020 and 2024 Olympic Games draw near.”Fraser-Beaulieu was also awarded the Brosda Bursary in 2018 and 2020. Her selection for a third year speaks to her demonstrated ability to make a mark for Canada on the Olympic stage aboard her trusted partner, All In (Tango x Damiro), a 16-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding that Fraser-Beaulieu co-owns with her father, Craig Fraser, and husband, Marc-Andre Beaulieu.Fraser-Beaulieu and All In have been the highest placed Canadian combination on the FEI Dressage World Ranking for four years running and consistently make the EC National Team Program (NTP) Dressage National Squad. Coached by Canadian Olympians, Ashley Holzer and Jacqueline Brooks, the partnership recently scored within striking distances of the elusive 80% at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, FL.In addition to Fraser-Beaulieu’s consistency in FEI level competition, the Bursary High Performance Advisory Group selected Fraser-Beaulieu because of the thoroughness and leadership illustrated in her application.“I am once again honoured to have received the Brosda Bursary in memory of Élisabeth,” said Fraser-Beaulieu. “Élisabeth was an enthusiastic rider whom I had the privilege of coaching. She had dreams of also competing at the Olympics. This bursary will go towards training and competition costs leading up to the 2020 Olympics. I am very grateful to be back in the competition ring with All In during these unprecedented times.”As the successful candidate for 2021, Fraser-Beaulieu will be an ambassador for the Brosda Olympic Bursary, promoting the Olympic values of excellence, teamwork, leadership and fair play, and sharing her stories and experiences through public speaking engagements and on social media.About the Élisabeth Brosda Memorial FundOn behalf of the Brosda family, EC is honoured to facilitate support for the Élisabeth Brosda Memorial Fund through the Horsepower Foundation – a fundraising program created by EC, in partnership with the Canadian Olympic Foundation, to inspire and support Canadians to embrace lifelong participation in equestrian activities.As a lasting legacy in memory of Élisabeth Brosda, funds donated to the Élisabeth Brosda Memorial Fund are directed specifically to the annual Brosda Olympic Bursary. Donations to the Élisabeth Brosda Memorial Fund can be made online or by cheque. Please make cheques out to the Canadian Olympic Foundation and include Élisabeth Brosda Memorial Fund in the memo area of the cheque. Cheques can be mailed to: Canadian Olympic Foundation, 250 Yonge St., Suite 3000, PO Box 19, Toronto, ON, Canada, M5B 2L7. Tax receipts can be provided for donations over $10.For more information on the Brosda Olympic Bursary, visit here.center_img SIGN UP Horse Sport Enews Email*last_img read more

Death List Report

May 3, 2021 0 Comments

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Press release: Fully digital divorce application launched to the public

April 20, 2021 0 Comments

first_imgNotes to editors: The online service offers prompts and guidance to assist people in completing their application, and uses clear, non-technical language. The whole process can be completed online, including payment and uploading supporting evidence.More than 1,000 petitions were issued through the new system during the testing phase – with 91% of people saying they were satisfied with the service. The new, refined and easy to use version was rolled out across England and Wales from 1 May.Court staff currently spend 13,000 hours dealing with complex paper divorce forms, but this simpler and less technical online service has already contributed to a 95% drop in the number of applications being returned because of mistakes, when compared with paper forms. This means only 0.6% of forms have been rejected since January.Justice Minister Lucy Frazer, said: Allowing divorce applications to be made online will help make sure we are best supporting people going through an often difficult and painful time. More people will have the option of moving from paper-based processes to online systems which will cut waste, speed up services which can be safely expedited, and otherwise better fit with modern day life. These changes are part of £1 billion programme to transform the court system – making it quicker, more accessible and easier to use for all. Other examples of the government’s court reforms which are making access to justice easier for everyone include:center_img A digital system which makes it quicker and easier for people to claim money owed, resolve disputes out of court and access mediation. A new service which allows people to submit their tax appeals online – drastically cutting the number of applications being returned as incomplete or inaccurate. A paperless system, in operation at Lavender Hill Magistrates’ Court, which means thousands of offenders caught dodging fares or using fraudulent tickets can now be punished more swiftly and effectively. Two case studies are available for interview. Please call the MoJ press office on 020 3334 4872 for more information. Rebecca, who did not want her last name to be used, received legal confirmation of her divorce 11.5 weeks after submitting her application – the paper process takes around six months. She said: “Thank you ever so much for making this process so much less painful than it could have been, especially as a disabled person. The service was a lot easier because I use a wheelchair and didn’t have to go out, and I also found it very easy as an autistic person to get support from the team when I had questions.” Elaine Everett was separated for more than two years before applying for her divorce, which she has now received.She said: “It was marvellous, pain free and less stressful than the paper form which I tried several years ago to complete but got fed up of it being rejected.” Some 91% of people satisfied with the service relates to 1100 people questioned. Evidence has shown 40% of divorce applications are rejected at the first stage due to the forms not being complete or missing documents. Since January, from the circa 1100 applications only 0.6% have been rejected, due to us monitoring, evaluating and understanding the reasons for rejections and developing the system to eliminate these. Speaking at a lecture earlier this month, Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division of the Hight Court, said: “The online divorce pilot has been a triumphant success and shows, to my mind conclusively, that this is – must be the way of the future.”last_img read more

News story: Prime Minister takes message on investment in Africa to the UN

April 20, 2021 0 Comments

first_imgBill Gates, Co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation said: Last month, I made my first official visit to Africa – meeting leaders, entrepreneurs and young people who are building an exciting future for their countries and their continent. I saw a continent full of potential. One with a young population that is eager to embrace the opportunities of the 21st century – and ready to play its part in tackling the challenges we all face. That is why high quality investment and job creation forms the centrepiece of the UK’s new partnership with Africa. The City of London has the global expertise to build sustainable relationships with our African partners that will see British businesses investing and trading with some of the fastest growing economies in the world. This is a win for Africa, as it will secure the investment the continent needs for a prosperous future and a win for the UK, seeing British expertise influencing the global economy. This is about securing the global partnerships that will unlock the crucial private sector backing needed to realise the potential of African economies and create quality jobs. Email [email protected] Africa’s growing youth population presents a huge opportunity, but we can only realise that if African governments, supported by partners like the UK, invest sufficiently in health and education for all, so those young people can reach their potential. The UK is the world’s second largest investor and donor, and a major trading partner with Africa. It makes a vital contribution to economic development in the world’s poorest countries and we are proud to take a leading role on the international stage. Thanks to the pioneering efforts of government and industry, London, and indeed the UK as a whole, is a respected world leader in sustainable finance. It’s only natural therefore that we use this experience to leverage our position as a leading international financial centre to help mobilise the investment and innovation required to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. I am confident this initiative will provide the leadership, partnership and expert knowledge needed to accelerate the SDGs and realise the trillion-dollar opportunities they present. On her first day at the UN General Assembly in New York the Prime Minister Theresa May, will join Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana and President Paul Kagame of Rwanda to convene investors, businesses and young African business leaders. The leaders of Kenya, Sierra Leone and Benin are also expected to attend.Philanthropist Bill Gates, who shares the PM’s vision for investing in Africa’s youth, is also expected to speak at the event.The PM will challenge attendees to invest in Africa to create more of the jobs that transform lives as well as economies, lift people out of poverty and enable countries to move to a future beyond aid.The joint event is the next step in the bold new approach set out on the PM’s visit to Africa last month where she announced a new UK partnership with Africa, centred on investment for job creation and inclusive growth.Africa needs 18 million new jobs each year between now and 2035 just to keep pace with population growth and the PM will set out how this creates not just a challenge but an opportunity for states and investors. In 2018, five of the world’s fastest-growing economies are African. By 2050, a quarter of the world’s population and a quarter of the world’s consumers will live there.As the PM said in Cape Town last month, as the leader of a trading nation whose success depends on global markets, she wants to see strong African economies that British companies can do business with in a free and fair fashion.Whether through creating new customers for British exporters or opportunities for British investors, an integrated global economy means healthy African economies are good news for British people as well as African people.To that end, last month in Cape Town the PM announced an additional £4 billion programme of UK investment in African economies to pave the way for at least another £4 billion of private sector financing. This included, for the first time, an ambition from the UK government’s Development Finance Institution, CDC, to invest £3.5 billion in African nations over the next four years. The Prime Minister’s call for fresh investment builds towards the UK-Africa investment summit to take place in London in 2019.The PM will highlight the UK’s role in working with the World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation to enable them to double investment in Sub-Saharan Africa to $10-12 billion a year by 2030, creating new jobs and helping Africa’s private sector to thrive. She will also welcome a new Sustainable Development Capital Initiative launched by the City of London in response to UK leadership, encouraging greater private sector investment in developing economies. It will bring specialists together to maximise the City’s contribution to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.Prime Minister Theresa May said:center_img International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt said: Telephone 020 7023 0600 City of London Corporation Policy Chairman Catherine McGuinness said: General media queries (24 hours) If you have an urgent media query, please email the DFID Media Team on [email protected] in the first instance and we will respond as soon as possible.last_img read more

Best in high gear

March 1, 2021 0 Comments

first_imgThis is one in a series of profiles showcasing some of Harvard’s stellar graduates.Nicole Johnson’s secret to being her best self? Keeping busy.It’s what fueled her journey to Harvard in pursuit of what could be called a fifth diploma in higher education — and it’s what now has her weighing either a doctorate or more research-based work.Johnson has taken three courses at a time (the normal load is two) toward her master’s in education policy from Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) while working four jobs, serving as vice president of the HGSE Student Council, and preparing for the Miss Massachusetts International Pageant, which she won in March.“I have this ridiculous amount of energy and I have no idea where it comes from,” Johnson said, noting with a smile that she never drinks coffee.But she does plan her day to the minute, from when she wakes up to when she studies to when she goes to bed. And while others may dread the thought of being so busy or having their day so structured, for Johnson it’s normal.“At this point, [keeping busy] is just something I enjoy,” she said. “It feels like so much of just who I am. To not be this busy would … make me a little antsy to just be sitting at home twiddling my thumbs.”This “stay busy” attitude dates to Johnson’s childhood in a neglected neighborhood in Detroit. She packed her day with so much activity that she didn’t have time to consider breaking rules. In high school, she joined the Junior ROTC, took lessons in baton, piano, and clarinet, and worked in the school’s main office.“I would be able to tell my friends, ‘Oh no, I can’t do this bad thing with you because I have after-school practice or I have this organization meeting that I have to go to,’” she said. “The busier I got, the more excuses I was able to give people.”Johnson set herself apart, graduating while many of her peers did not.The Detroit Public Schools Community District has perennially been ranked among the worst in the nation. In 2007, the year after Johnson graduated, Education Week cited the district’s graduation rate as below 25 percent (though a district spokesman said it was more than twice that, accounting for students who left the district and graduated from other systems).“When I was a little girl, or even a high school student, I would have never in a million years thought that a person like me could even apply to Harvard or a [doctoral] program,” Johnson said. “I wasn’t even sure that I would go to a four-year college.”But go she did, to Eastern Michigan University, in Ypsilanti, where she earned a bachelor’s degree, a master’s, and two graduate certificates — while, of course, working full time.“Pretty much, I have taken classes — at least one, every single semester — year-round for about the past 10, 11 years,” Johnson said. “I really enjoy school, if you can’t tell.”Johnson went on to work at Washtenaw Community College, in Ann Arbor, then applied to Harvard.Arriving here, she had a clear goal: Take advantage of opportunities, one of which was to participate in large-scale academic and field research projects. “I absolutely can’t leave here without research experience,” she told herself.While taking those three simultaneous grad courses, she participated in three research projects and worked as a fellow at HGSE’s Education Redesign Lab. The projects delved into types of research she wanted to learn about: quantitative, qualitative, and experimental. They ranged from studying whether teachers would present their classroom lessons differently if they could collaborate on the lesson plan with fellow teachers, to convening focus groups on how to best support over-age students in a Massachusetts public high school, to examining the theory that learning should focus on things a student will actually use in the real world.“I kind of got all of the different [research] buckets,” Johnson said. “So, mission accomplished.”All this helps Johnson feel like her best self, she said, a notion she got from competing in pageants since she was about 16 years old.“When you compete in a pageant, you are your best self,” Johnson said. You are in the best shape you can be, you’re involved in community organizations, and your grades are the best they can be because judges look at that as well, she said. “Even though there is this glamorous side of things, it helps you a lot on a personal level.”“You also have to know yourself — like, really know yourself — your purpose and what drives you,” she said.From her mix of experiences, Johnson has come to feel a responsibility to succeed for the people who have helped to get her where she is — such as her mother.In the spring semester of Johnson’s freshman year at Eastern Michigan, room and board fees were pending and she didn’t have the money. (She didn’t know about federal student aid when she applied to colleges.) The day the bill was due her mother showed up and paid it. Johnson didn’t ask where the money had come from; she was just grateful to be able to stay. Months later, Johnson noticed that her mother wasn’t wearing her wedding ring; she had sold it to pay the college fees.“Once she made that sacrifice for me, it made me realize that there were so many other people in the world that were counting on me to be successful,” Johnson said. “It made me think of not only my mother but of all my teachers, or my counselors, or even the kids that I grew up with that unfortunately didn’t have the opportunity to go to college. I have to be responsible for my future. I saw that as my turning point and my opportunity to make my life what I wanted it to be. Because of that I always shoot for really, really high expectations for myself and also opportunities.” The Daily Gazette Sign up for daily emails to get the latest Harvard news.last_img read more

Holler If Ya Hear Me Brings Major Renovations to Palace Theatre

January 18, 2021 0 Comments

first_imgSay goodbye to the Palace Theatre as you know it! According to the Wall Street Journal, the upcoming Broadway musical Holler If Ya Hear Me will bring major changes to the theater in the form of a $200,000 renovation. The restructuring will create a much more intimate atmosphere for the audience of the musical inspired by the lyrics of legendary rapper Tupac Shakur, which is set to begin preview performances on May 29. The ground-level orchestra seats have been changed into stadium-style seating, often found in movie theaters, reducing the theater’s capacity from 1,740 to 1,120. The renovations will also extend the stage out past the proscenium arch, covering the orchestra pit. The production will have to return the theater to its original state when it shutters. Written by Todd Kreidler, the non-biographical story of Holler If Ya Hear Me focuses on two childhood friends living in a poverty-stricken Midwestern industrial city, struggling to realize their dreams. The production will feature songs from throughout the late rap icon’s career, including “California Love,” “Keep Ya Head Up,” “Me Against the World” and, of course, the title song. The previously announced cast includes Tony winner Tonya Pinkins, Saul Williams, Christopher Jackson, Saycon Sengbloh, Ben Thompson, Tony nominee John Earl Jelks, Joshua Boone and Dyllon Burnside. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on July 20, 2014center_img Director Kenny Leon hopes that these changes will drive home the idea that audiences “will feel that we know these young people, and they’re no different from whoever our children are.” Scenic designer Edward Pierce added, “everybody in those first few rows can basically high-five the actors. They’re just that close.” Holler If Ya Hear Me View Commentslast_img read more

Webinar to explore real & predicted impact of data breaches

December 18, 2020 0 Comments

first_img 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Nicole ReyesExperts are expecting another busy holiday season for retail data breaches and financial sector cybersecurity incidents. When asked if he expects another major retailer breach in the next few weeks, cybersecurity investigative journalist Brian Krebs told CBS This Morning, “I don’t have any doubt.”To share fraud-detection learnings and best practices for minimizing financial losses related to a breach, TMG will present a complimentary webinar, “Year of the Data Breach in Rewind,” for financial institutions (FIs) on Tuesday, Dec. 9.During the hour-long event, I’ll provide insight on how Target and the myriad of breaches since continues to impact credit union and community bank card issuers. I’ll outline the methods TMG has employed to not only spot, but also predict – and, importantly, stop – attacks on consumer accounts stemming from stolen payment card data.Card fraudsters are bringing their A game. And they aren’t just after card data. They’re exploiting any kind of sensitive info they can access. Email addresses create more effective phishing campaigns; answers to security questions easily found on social networks can get them access to accounts via call centers. We’re looking at much more than payment fraud, and fortunately, consumers are becoming more aware of that. continue reading »last_img read more

Wait, what’s a chatbot again?

December 17, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgChatbots are a buzz-worthy topic for all organizations, including credit unions. Members can interact with chatbots in the digital channels they use regularly, like messaging apps and smart speakers, to receive personalized service and support. Chatbots can help fulfill common tasks like verifying account balances, paying bills, and transferring funds between accounts without having to speak with a member service representative. Implementing a chatbot can provide a custom-tailored experience for members while streamlining internal operations for credit unions.Although chatbots are designed to be user-friendly and intuitive, understanding how they work can be a challenge. There’s complex technology running behind the scenes that make chatbot interactions so effortless. You may have heard terms like artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and machine learning in relationship to chatbots. What do these terms mean and how do they come together to create a chatbot? Here’s a shortlist of chatbot-related terminology to help get you started. CHATBOT – A chatbot is a computer program that’s designed to simulate a two-way conversation with another human. Chatbots rely on text input (for example, a user typing a question and submitting it to a chatbot via Facebook Messenger) or speech input (for example, a user initiating a chatbot conversation with voice commands via a smart speaker like Amazon Alexa). For credit unions, chatbots can be an automated means of interacting with members to answer questions and deliver service around the clock. VIRTUAL ASSISTANT – A chatbot might seem similar to a virtual assistant, but they are two different technologies. Virtual assistants (Apple’s Siri, for example) perform simple task completion like checking the weather or locating the nearest restaurant. Although virtual assistants make use of some aspects of artificial intelligence, they aren’t a chatbot because they’re focused on task completion rather than two-way conversation. Another key distinction is that chatbots can chain together several different instructions to achieve goals while virtual assistants typically do not. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) – AI allows a computer program to complete tasks that would otherwise require human intervention. For example, facial recognition once required both cameras and human beings to make positive identifications. Computer programs now perform this task quickly and at scale by digitizing facial characteristics to find matches. Another example is language translation. Translation programs powered by AI can now translate speech in real time to break down barriers in interpersonal communication. MACHINE LEARNING (ML) – ML is a subset of AI that allows computer systems to learn and improve from experience without direct programming. The technology allows programs to learn from what they do successfully as well as from the mistakes they make, giving them the ability to grow without explicit intervention from a programmer. NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING (NLP) – NLP is a subset of computer science that’s focused on the interaction between computer programs and human languages. NLP combines with ML and AI to understand commands submitted by a human in their own language. Using bill payments as an example, a member might ask a similar question in many ways. For instance, “What do I owe this month?” “What is my current bill?” “How much is my balance?” “What do I need to pay?” These questions are all worded differently, but the intention behind them is the same. NLP helps computer systems understand that, although each question is unique, all should yield the same answer. 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Alison Arthur Alison creates timely product marketing and thought leadership content that keeps Alacriti’s community informed on the latest developments in billing and payments technology. With a background in payments and financial … Web: Details AI, ML, and NLP all combine to form the heart of a chatbot. What are some of the specific benefits that a chatbot can deliver to your credit union? Watch our webinar recording to learn more.last_img read more