Tag Archives: Trade

Chains, shackles, auction docs: remnants of the Africa to North America slave trade

Their arrival, 400 years ago next month, was recorded by English settler John Rolfe and is believed to be the first of captive Africans to reach the shores of Britain’s North American colonies. Their long and treacherous journey across the Atlantic may have begun in Angola, historians say, believing that once they arrived, they were… Read More »

Trade secrets versus patients' rights: Researchers to explore intersection of healthcare, AI – Duke Chronicle

Patients may have questions about artificial intelligence-driven healthcare—which is at odds with protecting “trade secrets.”  A group of Duke researchers recently received a $ 196,000 grant to address the problem and help patients understand the rationale behind artificial intelligence-enabled health care delivery.  Although machine learning is becoming increasingly sophisticated, problems still arise when it is… Read More »