Ancestry Mulligan The story of our DNA
Lecture delivered to Genealogical Society of Ireland on 9th May 2017
Lecture delivered to Genealogical Society of Ireland on 9th May 2017
Professional genealogist Lisa Dougherty will show you how to organize all that valuable research you’ve been gathering, so none of it gets lost!
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Privacy remains a huge issue for many genealogists and their family members, and the legal landscape concerning records access is constantly changing. Personal genealogy websites, as well as online collaborative trees offer different levels of privacy protections.
In this JewishGen Talk, Randy Schoenberg will discuss the varied approaches to the question of privacy, focusing especially on ethical considerations. For example, how should a genealogist respond if someone says she does not want to be on your online tree? Should minors be allowed to use online genealogy platforms? Can the right to privacy ever be reconciled with online collaborative genealogy?
As genealogists increasingly utilize public, or semi-public online collaborative genealogy platforms, these questions are becoming more common.
We get so used to searching for people in our family tree by name, that it might not even occur to us to search for them without a name. Join Crista Cowan as she shares some specific examples of instances when people are not recorded by name. She’ll share search tips and tricks so you can find those records. Then, she will show you how those records are still of great genealogical value.
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Do you know what you are going to do with your genealogy research one day? You have spent a long, loving time gathering it, and you naturally want future generations to enjoy and benefit from it. Here are some tips for making sure your genealogy research is preserved and protected for the rest of time.
How to Make Plans to Protect Your Genealogy for Future Generations
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning are already being used with historical and genealogical records and is having a massive impact. This is an important conversation that will directly impact your family history.
Special Guest: Benjamin Lee, Developer of Newspaper Navigator at the Library of Congress.
– Artificial Intelligence (AI) versus Machine Learning
– Search bias introduced by AI
– What’s next for AI and Newspaper Navigator
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Learn the basics about direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic tests, including the history of DTC testing, essential background information on genetics, and discussion related to privacy and accuracy.
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Using your old family photos, you can do a reverse image search on Google to further your genealogy and research. Improve your family history stories by dragging and dropping your photos int to Google Image Search.
1:00 Reverse Image Search from a URL
1:41 Reverse Image Search From Uploaded Image
2:52 Google Reverse Image Search Hack You Need to Know
4:28 How to Filter Reverse Image Search by Place
5:03 Not all Reverse Google Image Searches are Helpful
5:34 Reverse Google Image Search of a Person
6:04 Reverse Image Search on a Google Results Page
7:21 Does a genealogist really have success with Google Image search?
Google Image Search Keywords for Genealogy https://youtu.be/JJgm5AR4Ivw
Newspaper Keywords – https://youtu.be/5GfH9Q7BGIQ
Google for Genealogy – https://youtu.be/YQ-F7YCrMzk
Search results text read from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peaked_cap
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ADELPHI, Md. (Dec. 17, 2018) — This year has had its share of science and technology advances from Army researchers. The RDECOM Research Laboratory, the Army’s corporate research laboratory (ARL), has the mission to discover, innovate and transition science and technology to ensure dominant strategic land power.
The lab’s chief scientist, Dr. Alexander Kott, handpicked the “coolest” advances to showcase what Army scientists and engineers are doing to support the Soldier of the future with a “Top 10” list from 2018:
No. 10: Transporting quantum information with minimum distortions
No. 9: Ultra-broadband super-sensitive atomic antenna
No. 8: Brain-like computer solves super-complex problems
No. 7: Peeking inside a gas turbine’s combustor with a strong X-ray
No. 6: Cool coating stops attacks of sand
No. 5: A super-hero nanocrystalline alloy
No. 4: Extreme power for jumping robots
No. 3: New explosive is more powerful than TNT and safer
No. 2: Humans teach artificially intelligent agents
No. 1: Taming the atom
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