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Chicago is known for its deep dish pizza. In Southern California, you have tacos on every corner. Philadelphia loves their cheesesteaks. And you know you’re in Nashville when every third restaurant claims they have the best Hot Chicken in town.
If you’re looking for the crispy kick of hot chicken but you’re nowhere near Music City, we’ve got you covered. Our Nashville Hot Chicken recipe tastes just like the real thing, without the fried food hangover from oxidized frying oil and grain-based breading. Yes, it can be done.
Those operating coffee shops in the United States—a country with very little in the way of viable safety nets for small business—have a big question on their minds this spring. When, and how, will it be safe to reopen amidst the COVID-19 pandemic? From Georgia to San Francisco, from Texas to New York City, all eyes are on the canaries in the coffee coal mine to see what returning to service (and the “new normal”) will look like. Sprudge spoke with a few of these operators to find out how they’ve approached reopening as safely as possible—including those for whom that decision means continuing to wait.
California-based Equator Coffees, which operates eight cafes in the Bay Area and Marin County, initially closed all of its locations on March 16. Since then, they’ve gradually and cautiously reopened most locations for adjusted to-go service. The company learned a number of lessons along the journey, says Director of Retail Tina Malouf. Adjusting to new consumer behavior was one of those.
El Comité de Fiestas Patrias de Charlotte, celebra por 6to año consecutivo la Independencia de Argentina, así como la de todos los Países América, junto con otro conjunto de Actividades Culturales Latinoamericanas. Esta celebración se llevará a cabo via ZOOM el dia 9 de Julio de 2020 a las 7:00, contando con la participación del Comite de Fiestas Patrias de Charlotte, Colaboradores y Público en General.
At first glance it seems obvious why this might be the case. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are quarantining alone or without our intimate partners. While it’s easy to scoff, the idea that a doll could provide company in the absence of other people is not at all outlandish. As Dr Kate Devlin noted in her recent book Turned On: Science, Sex, and Robots, sex dolls tend to be associated with single men. But they are also frequently purchased by couples, people with disabilities, and parents whose adult children are socially excluded.
History also shows that people are surprisingly quick to anthropomorphize technology. One of the earliest examples of artificial intelligence was Joseph Weizenbaum’s 1966 language processor, ELIZA. By today’s standards it was a rudimentary conversation simulator, capable of only a short dialogue. Yet people were very readily drawn in by it, despite knowing full well it was a computer programme. Users were respectful and many said they preferred interacting with ELIZA to interacting with another human being.
British AI expert David Levy observed that humans form strong attachments even to technology without AI. In his book Love and Sex with Robots, Levy cites a study of owners of early versions of the AIBO robotic dog which found a significant number of them attributed real feelings and intentional behaviors to their robotic pets. “People actually want to perceive their AIBOs as real pets and therefore they attribute doglike emotions to the AIBO,” Levy wrote.