Toyota's Field Support Robot With Ai Technology Will Be Used At Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Toyota’s Field Support Robot With AI Technology Will Be Used At Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
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Toyota creates fetching new ways to use AI at Tokyo Olympics.

Miniature remote controlled cars have proved to be a crowd-pleaser at track and field throwing events, but for the Tokyo, 2020 Olympics Toyota Motor Corp is upping the game with a hi-tech way to fetch javelins and hammers: pint-sized, self-driving AI robot cars.

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  • Japan, the nursery school is buried with Fukushima pollute soil. Two children are involved in the controversy over leukemia.

    There was a disturbance surrounding the "Fukushimasan Soil" buried in the nursery school in Yokohama, Japan.

    According to a report by the Asahi Shimbun newspaper Aera on March 1, the Japanese government has buried soil or sand containing radioactive materials throughout Japan as a follow-up to the Fukushima First Nuclear Power Plant accident that occurred on March 11, 2011 in the Great East Japan Earthquake.

    The problem is that radioactive contaminated soil was buried in nursery schools where children live.,Two nursery school children suffered from leukemia, and nursery schools and civic groups pointed out the cause of the "radiation of Fukushima soil".

    Some of the soil buried in the nursery was moved to the waste storage, but still a large amount of polluted soil is buried in the nursery.,The nursery school and civic groups appealed to "discover all the polluted soil and store it in radioactive waste storage." However, the government has no signs of moving.

    "The soil that exceeds the criteria set by Yokohama City has moved to the waste storage facility, but it does not have to respond to anything lower than that," Oda, a member of the Yokohama City Childcare and Education Operations Division, told Aera.

    After the first leukemia patient occurred three years ago, a year ago, a leukemia patient occurred again, and civic groups claim that "if there is contaminated soil, it will naturally get sick."

    The father of a child attending a nursery school also said, "It may not be caused by 'soil', but considering the safety of children attending a nursery school now, it should be replaced with new soil."

  • Abe Focus Project Tokyo Olympics, Cancer Fear Rising

    "Fulling Fukushima Foods to Tokyo Olympics"

    Fukushima nuclear accident and Fukushima 'cancer patient' surge

    Cerebral hemorrhage, colon cancer three times after nuclear accidents… Small intestine cancer four times

    "We're going to feed our players radioactively contaminated food."

    Concerns are being raised at home and abroad as Japan is trying to supply Fukushima agricultural and marine products to its athletes at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics next July.

    The Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee announced plans to supply agricultural and marine products produced in radioactive areas such as Fukushima as food materials to Olympic athletes.

    It seems to be intended to highlight the fact that the area, which was seriously radioactively contaminated by the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident during the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, was completely healed, but the controversy is getting worse.

    In fact, reports already released by Japanese civilian experts show that Fukushima has increased the number of diseases since the nuclear power plant accident.

    Husse Sachihiko, director of the Fukushima Joint Clinic, said in a debate held at the National Assembly in 2017 that various diseases such as cataracts, cerebral hemorrhage, small intestine cancer, colorectal cancer and prostate cancer increased after the nuclear power plant accident.

    According to the Fukushima Prefectural Medical School, cited by Sachihiko, cataracts more than doubled from 150 in 2010 to 340 in 2012.,Cerebral hemorrhage tripled from 13 in 2010 to 39 in 2012; small intestine cancer was 13 in 2010, but it quadrupled to 52 in 2012.

    Angina pectoris increased from 222 cases in 2010 to 349 cases in 2012, lung cancer from 293 cases to 478 cases in the same period, colon cancer from 31 cases to 92 cases, and prostate cancer from 77 cases to 231 cases respectively.,Preterm or underweight births nearly doubled from 44 in 2010 to 73 in 2012.

    According to a report by Japanese reporter Shojiro Akashi, the number of deaths per 100,000 people due to acute myocardial infarction in Fukushima was 28.8 in 2012, one year after the accident, from 25.3 in 2010 before the nuclear accident.,Fukushima's acute leukemia surged from 108 in 2010 to 230 in 2013.

    In Fukushima, the incidence of thyroid cancer per 100,000 people was 0 in 2010 but 2 in 2012, and 15 to 19 years old men increased from 1.9 to 6.2 in the same period.

    The number of women aged 10 to 14 was 0 in 2010, but 4,1 in 2012, and women aged 15 to 19 increased from 0 to 15.2 in the same period.

    Greenpeace warned of the risk of radiation exposure in the area around Fukushima Prefecture in a report based on a Fukushima survey using drones on March 8, ahead of the 8th anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident.

    The report said: "The area around Fukushima Prefecture, where evacuation instructions were lifted in March 2017, has significantly exceeded the international recommended annual radiation exposure limit of 1 milli-sievert (mSV) for the next few decades.,The Japanese government ignores scientific evidence that low-dose radiation exposure (1 to 5 mSV) causes health risks, including cancer. "In order to protect decontamination workers and children at the forefront of risk, the international community recommended several measures to protect radiation, "The Japanese government has ignored it. "

    "I am going to feed radioactive contaminated foods to athletes around the world," said Kim Ik-jung, a former professor at Dongguk University Medical School. "The purpose is to promote Fukushima's safety, but nuclear safety is not solved by propaganda."

    The National Cheongwon bulletin board of Cheong Wa Dae said, "The Japan Olympic Committee plans to supply Fukushima agricultural products, which are recognized as dangerous in the WTO, to the athletes, so our athletes will be exposed to danger to food."

    [CBS Northcut News reporter Hwang Hyo-won]