Professor Heinz Ruther steers the project. He ventures up and down the continent -- visiting Ghana, Tanzania, Mali, Ethiopia, Kenya and elsewhere -- recording in remarkable detail the structure and condition of tombs, churches and other buildings. "I've seen how sites are deteriorating visibly," Ruther told CNN. aim is to build a database of complex, lifelike 3-D models. Presently, they've mapped around 16 sites including and The project'saim is to build a database of complex, lifelike 3-D models.
Jagjit Chadha, director del Instituto Nacional de Investigación Económica y Social, opina que todos los métodos sirven para tener un cálculo aproximado del impacto del Brexit hasta la fecha. "De no haberse hecho, no sabríamos cómo habría respondido la economía del país a las noticias en los últimos 18 meses", asegura Chadha.
One unfortunate victim was developer and entrepreneur Edwin Inganji. He was attacked by a group of men who stole his laptop. "I felt hopeless and I couldn't get any help. Luckily, they just took my stuff," Inganji describes. After this incident, Inganji, and his two friends James Chege and Marvin Makau -- also developers, sat down and considered what they could do to help make people safer. They thought: what if people in need of help could, at the flick of a wrist, alert emergency services?
@jathers@ONS@ESCoEorg@FinancialTimes Good to hear. Would also be good for you to say that the telecoms issue is relevant for consideration in the CPI and the RPI and the GDP deflator (though there are conceptual issues) as Mr Heys did on Tuesday and everyone who knows about the subject accepts. The blog is silent
@ONS@ESCoEorg@FinancialTimes It is a pity that the ONS are reacting so defensively to what is a great innovation - to come clean about data problems and have public discussions about the implications
It's attempt to close down the debate shows it still has some way further to go
@ONS@ESCoEorg@FinancialTimes Mr Heys was also asked specifically, by me, about whether there were further possible consequences for GDP and said that was possible but ONS "haven't really broached [the subject] yet"
There was then a long discussion about the conceptual issues
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