Bootstraplabs To Speak at the innogy Unconference on October 4th

Nicolai Wadstrom, BootstrapLabs Founder and CEO, will be speaking at the innogy UnConference in Berlin on October 4, 2018. At the UnConference, innogy will bring together 350 business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors and experts who will explore business opportunities that have the potential to shape the energy systems of the future.

Our partners at innogy believe that “the future sits at the convergence of people and technologies. In bringing together diverse groups in inspiring conversations we will generate new solutions that will allow us to disrupt the status quo and co-create the energy system of tomorrow and beyond.”  Together with Thomas Birr, Head of Innovation at innogy, Nicolai will discuss how Artificial Intelligence will impact the future of global energy systems.

Topics to be discussed at the conference and during Nicolai’s presentation will include:

  • SMART & CONNECTED: At what point will our living and working environments start to govern our lives?
  • DIGITAL DISRUPTION & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: Will the digital revolution and artificial intelligence make utilities redundant?
  • HUMAN-MACHINE INTERACTION: How will machines and systems augment human intelligence
  • CYBER SECURITY: Will tech advancements put energy systems at risk? How can AI technologies help reduce these risks.

More information about the conference can be found on the organizers’ website.

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Announcing The BootstrapLabs Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference (#AAI19)

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Bringing a Global Community of Experts Together at the Fourth Annual BootstrapLabs Artificial Intelligence Conference

Within the last four years, the BootstrapLabs Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference has grown to be one of the top Artificial Intelligence events in US. Mentioned by many publications including TechCrunch, Forbes, Fortune, and included by Business Insider as one of the top 20 AI conferences, the prestigious conference has brought together over 2,000 professionals, and is considered by many AI leaders the best forum to learn, network and discover the latest Applied AI technologies.

The one day conference will focus on the latest and future impact of AI applications across a breadth of sectors, including Transportation, Logistic, Healthcare, Energy, FinTech, Future of Work, IoT and Cybersecurity.

The conference will take place at Bespoke SF, and will feature keynotes from Artificial Intelligence leaders who will share practical wisdom and methodologies on how to take advantage of AI’s powerful potential. Past speakers include world class technology leaders like:

  • Paul Daugherty, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, Accenture
  • Steve Carlin, Chief Strategy Officer, SoftBank Robotics America,
  • Richard Socher, Chief Scientist, Salesforce
  • Kay Firth-Butterfield, Head of AI and Machine Learning, World Economic Forum
  • Karen Kerr, Executive Managing Director, GE Ventures
  • Sangeeta Chakraborty, Chief Customer Officer, Ayasdi

BootstrapLabs, has been one of the pioneers of investing in Applied AI and the firms believe in the positive impact of Applied AI technologies.

 

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Every week the BootstrapLab’s team curates the most interesting and current articles on Artificial Intelligence. Here are our picks for the fourth week of Sept 2018.

Issue 131: AI As Smart As Humans, World’s First Autonomous Tram, and Apple’s Trust Scores

 

When Will We Have Artificial Intelligence As Smart as a Human? Here’s What Experts Think

“Star Wars,” “Her,” and “iRobot.” What do all these movies have in common? The artificial intelligence (AI) depicted in there is crazy-sophisticated. These robots can think creatively, continue learning over time, and maybe even pass for conscious…read more

The World’s First Autonomous Tram Just Launched in Germany

All aboard: On Friday, the autonomous tram trundled along a six-kilometer bit of track around Potsdam, near Berlin. The tram traveled in real traffic but—just to make things a bit more exciting for the press, probably—here was a staged emergency halfway along the route…read more

Apple is Quietly Giving People ‘Trust Scores’ Based on Their Iphone Data

The tech giant, which last month became the first public company to be worth more than $1 trillion (£757bn), said in an update to its privacy policy that the scores would be determined by tracking the calls and emails made on Apple devices…read more

Marketers Use Only 1-3% Of Their Data. Adobe Released An AI Assistant So They’ll Use 100%

Growth marketers currently only use 1-3 percent of their data to make decisions. Adobe’s new tech helps entrepreneurs learn what they didn’t know they didn’t know…read more

In Advanced and Emerging Economies Alike, Worries About Job Automation

Across the globe, new technologies are transforming the nature of work. Advances in robotics and artificial intelligence are displacing jobs in manufacturing and, increasingly, in the service sector…read more

How Artificial Intelligence is Shaking Up the Job Market

The future of work is usually discussed in theoretical terms. Reports and opinion pieces cover the full spectrum of opinion, from the dystopian landscape that leaves millions unemployed, to new opportunities…read more

LEADERS IN AI

In case you missed our BootstrapLabs Applied AI Conference this past April, we’d like to share with you a portion of the highlights and discussions that took place about interesting sectors like FinTech, HealthTech, Media, Energy and more.

Check out our video below on “Applied AI in Healthcare: Deep Impact.” If you’re curious and would like to explore more topics about AI, check out our YouTube Channel.

Moderator: Dan Faggella – CEO, TechEmergence

Panel Members:
Kevin Hua, Sr. Manager A.I./Machine Learning, Bayer
Carolina Garcia Rizo, Chief Business Officer, Just Biotherapeutics

 

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AI Next Campaign

The advance of technology has evolved the roles of humans and machines in conflict from direct confrontations between humans to engagements mediated by machines… read more

7 Ways to Tell if an AI Company is Lying About Using AI

A few months ago, we spoke about three rules of thumb for assessing companies and trying to figure out if they are really doing AI or just using it for marketing purposes in our How to Cut Through the Artificial Intelligence Hype piece… read more

Artificial intelligence is often overhyped—and here’s why that’s dangerous

AI has huge potential to transform our lives, but the term itself is being abused in very worrying ways, says Zachary Lipton, an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University… read more

The devilishly quiet age of AI

The world is in a deceptively quiet period in which some companies and countries are aggressively developing and applying early, rudimentary models of artificial intelligence, but the impact is not visible… read more

Artificial intelligence can transform the economy

After half a century of hype and false starts, artificial intelligence may finally be starting to transform the U.S. economy. An example is machine translation, as we found when analyzing eBay’s deployment in 2014 of an AI-based tool…read more

Leaders in AI

In case you missed our BootstrapLabs Applied AI Conference this past April, we’d like to share with you a portion of the highlights and discussions that took place about interesting sectors like FinTech, HealthTech, Media, Energy and more.

Check out our video below on “How AI is Transforming the Media.” If you’re curious and would like to explore more topics about AI, check out our YouTube Channel.

During this session, the panelists discuss AI in FinTech, data privacy and security, interpretability of algorithms and the need for a strong relationship with regulators.

Upcoming Events

Future of ML

This Thursday, discover how machine learning technology is evolving B2C businesses and where the biggest innovations in the space are coming from.

Date and Time: Thursday September 20, 2018 | 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Location: The Google Launchpad Space, 543 Howard St., San Francisco, California 94105

Portfolio Updates

 

Cargo Chief Joins Other Industry Leaders Inside AscendTMS So Carriers Can Automatically Match Loads

InMotion Global, Inc. announced today that AscendTMS, the world’s most popular transportation management software (TMS), has integrated Cargo Chief®’s C4 Platform… read more

Nodle.io Raises $1.5M Seed Funding to Bring IoT Cryptocurrency to App Developers

The world is in a deceptively quiet period in which some companies and countries are aggressively Nodle.io, an Internet of Things (IoT) and connectivity network provider, today announced a $1.5 million seed round and the launch of a new cryptocurrency for monetizing IoT connections, applications and data…. read more

 

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The first AI approved to diagnose disease is tackling blindness in rural areas

Diabetes is on the rise globally, and with it, diabetic retinopathy, a leading cause of blindness. About one-third of the estimated 285 million people with diabetes worldwide have signs of diabetic retinopathy… read more

Left Unchecked, Artificial Intelligence Can Become Prejudiced All On Its Own

If artificial intelligence were to run the world, it wouldn’t be so bad — it could objectively make decisions on exactly the kinds of things humans tend to screw up. But if we’re gonna hand over the reins to AI, it’s gotta be fair… read more

10 Amazing Examples Of How Deep Learning AI Is Used In Practice

You may have heard about deep learning and felt like it was an area of data science that is incredibly intimidating. How could you possibly get machines to learn like humans?  Here, are 10 examples of how deep learning is used in practice that will help you visualize the potential… read more

The Pentagon is investing $2 billion in artificial intelligence

If North Korea’s dear leader wakes up tomorrow, takes a crazy pill and decides to lob a nuclear missile at the US mainland, there’s a good chance the military will be relying on artificial intelligence to protect us… read more

Don’t Believe the Algorithm

Blind faith in machines (and machine learning) has left us vulnerable to biased and incoherent AI. The solution? A healthy dose of skepticism and human oversight… read more

Leaders in AI

In case you missed our conference, we’d like to share with you a portion of the program that highlights leaders at the intersection of Applied AI and Industry.

During this session, the panelists discuss AI in FinTech, data privacy and security, interpretability of algorithms and the need for a strong relationship with regulators.

Moderator: Ash Fontana, Managing Director, Zetta Venture Partners

Speakers

  • Sangeeta Chakraborty, Chief Customer Officer, Ayasdi
  • Shaunak Khire, Co-Founder and CEO, EmmaAI
  • Ashish Bansal, Sr. Director – Data Science, Capital One
  • Xavier Legros, VP – Product Development & Science , Trusted Insight

For more video content like this, please check out our YouTube Channel

Upcoming Events

 

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Tickets for Cybersecurity & AI: Risks and Opportunities are almost gone! If you’re interested in attending, please fill out the form below.

Date and Time: Tuesday September 18, 2018 | 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Location: The Google Launchpad Space, 543 Howard St., San Francisco, California 94105
Registration: This event is INVITE ONLY. If you did not receive an invitation you can request one below.

Future of ML

Discover how machine learning technology is evolving B2C businesses and where the biggest innovations in the space are coming from.

Date and Time: Tuesday September 20, 2018 | 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Location: The Google Launchpad Space, 543 Howard St., San Francisco, California 94105

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Forbes 30 Under 30: Luigi Congedo

Luigi Congedo, BootstrapLabs, Venture Capital, Forbes, 30 under 30We are pleased to announce that Luigi Congedo, Principal at BootstrapLabs, has been included in Forbes 2018 list of 30 Under 30 for his contributions to Technology & Venture Capital. In the past four years at BootstrapLabs, Luigi has connected with thousands of start ups in both Silicon Valley, Italy and the world and has focused his work primarily on investments within the Applied Artificial Intelligence space.

At 29, Luigi has proven to be passionate and driven in a space lead by innovators who are changing the world. Luigi shares, “The last few years have been a wonderful experience for me. I have learned so much in Silicon Valley and hope that my work continues to reflect my commitment to excel here.”

 

 

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Artificial Intelligence Nails Predictions of Earthquake Aftershocks

A neural-network analysis outperforms the method scientists typically use to work out where these tremors will strike… read more

Medical Drone Deliveries Tested at North Carolina Hospital

WakeMed Health & Hospitals, a provider of health services in Wake County, N.C., has teamed up with drone delivery company Matternet)… read more

How Artificial Intelligence Estimates Obesity Levels From Google Map Photos

In a recent study, two researchers at the University of Washington used deep learning techniques to estimate obesity levels in 6 US cities… read more

Tesla, Software and Disruption

When Nokia people looked at the first iPhone, they saw a not-great phone with some cool features that they were going to build… read more

AI for Claims Processing and Underwriting in Insurance – A Comparison of 6 Applications

Willis Tower Watson found that $728 million was invested into insurtech companies in Q1 of 2018 across 66 transactions… read more

Leaders in AI

In case you missed our 2018 BootstrapLabs Applied AI Conference, we’re sharing this recently released panel conversation with Industry 4.0 experts discussing AI for Industrial and Manufacturing Applications and other relevant use cases. Watch the video below.

Panel: Industrial & Manufacturing AI Applications

Moderator: Macario Namie, Head of IoT Strategy, Cisco

Speakers: Karen Kerr, Executive Managing Director, GE Ventures George Matthew, CEO, Kespry Matt Man, Founder, Indus.ai Ramya Ravichandar, Director Product Management, FogHorn Systems Inc

For more video content like this, please check out our YouTube Channel

Upcoming Events

 

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Join us for our next Applied AI Insiders Series event, Cybersecurity & AI: Risks and Opportunities. Tickets are almost sold out so request your invite today.

Event Summary

Date and Time: Tuesday September 18, 2018 | 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: The Google Launchpad Space, 543 Howard St., San Francisco, California 94105
Registration: This event is INVITE ONLY. If you did not receive an invitation you can request one below.

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BootstrapLabs AAI18 Panel – Industrial and Manufacturing AI Applications

Human assisted AI is changing industrial and manufacturing – what are the applications and use cases we should pay attention to?

In this panel conversation at BootstrapLabs Applied AI Conference, Macario Namie discusses Industry 4.0 with leaders from GE, Kespry, Indus.ai and Foghorn Systems. Discover how AI and human assisted autonomy provide better utility in manufacturing and industrial work flows and why its important.  Learn about new processes in construction, insurance, mining, and off-shore oil drilling that leverage AI and have the potential to lower costs and increase revenue.

Moderator: Macario Namie, Head of IoT Strategy, Cisco

Speakers:

  • Karen Kerr, Executive Managing Director, GE Ventures
  • George Matthew, CEO, Kespry
  • Matt Man, Founder, Indus.ai
  • Ramya Ravichandar, Director Product Management, FogHorn Systems Inc

During this session, the panelists discussed AI in manufacturing and industrial applications, the need to combine domain expertise with algorithms, and getting actionable insights from your data in real time.

Some of the key takeaways from the session are:

  • For AI to deliver value in industrial applications you really need to have domain expertise and understand the particular workflows of the industry you’re serving.
  • Clients in the industrial space aren’t looking to replace the human component, they’re looking for human-assisted solutions that will augment people with AI.
  • You need to demonstrate how technology will translate into ROI. These companies have been burned in the past by following a technology fad, so you need to show how AI can have an operational impact today.

About Macario Namie:
Macario Namie joined Jasper in 2007 and – after Cisco’s acquisition of Jasper in 2016 – now leads IoT strategy efforts, including ecosystem development, for Cisco. Prior to this role, Macario spent 8 years leading marketing for Jasper, responsible for product marketing, corporate marketing, field marketing, and demand generation. Macario brings nearly 20 years in marketing Software-as-a-Service enterprise applications. Prior to Jasper, Macario led Worldwide Product Marketing at WebEx, where he was responsible for solution definition and execution of go-to-market plans for the entire WebEx product portfolio. Macario also held senior roles at ePeople and Lycos and holds a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley.

About Karen Kerr:
Karen Kerr leads a team focused on making investments and partnerships in the advanced manufacturing ecosystem. Karen comes to GE with two decades of experience in developing technology based businesses and venture investing. Previously she served as Senior Director of New Ventures and Alliances at the University of Southern California (USC) Stevens Center for Innovation. Before joining USC, Karen led business development at Intellectual Ventures, was Managing Director at ARCH Venture Partners, and founded Agile Equities LLC. Karen was named one of LA’s Top Innovators in 2012 by C Suite Quarterly, selected to C200 leading business women in 2004, and selected by Crain’s Chicago Business for its 40 under 40 list of leading business professionals in Chicago. Karen earned a PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of Chicago and an AB in Chemistry from Bryn Mawr College.

About George Matthew:
George Mathew is the CEO & Chairman of Kespry, the leading aerial intelligence platform
provider. At Kespry, he focuses on leading the company’s mission to transform how people and businesses capture, use and get value from worksite intelligence. Prior to Kespry, George held senior leadership positions at Alteryx, salesforce.com and SAP. He holds a BS in Neurobiology from Cornell University and an MBA from Duke University, where he was a Fuqua Scholar.

About: Matt Man
Matt Man is the founder of indus.ai, a video analytics and big data product for construction sites. In Matt’s previous life he founded a mobile application development firm GreenOwl Mobile which deployed 45+ smart city apps across 5 countries. He is an experienced SaaS founder who understands the enterprise B2B market. He holds a Masters in Engineering from Stanford, and BASc in Engineer Science from the University of Toronto. He started experimenting with AI during his undergraduate years, where he coded his first neural network to translate sign language.

About Ramya Ravichandar
Ramya heads Product Management at FogHorn. She is seasoned leader in emerging markets, with a track record of creating value. She brings a rare combination of technical expertise in real time analytics, machine learning, AI, and valuable experience in Industrial IOT. Ramya has a PhD in Computer Science from Virginia Tech.

About BootstrapLabs Applied AI Conference and Community: 

The BootstrapLabs Applied AI Conference 2018 is a yearly conference organized by BootstrapLabs, a leading Venture Capital firm focused on Applied AI. The annual event brings together over 800 members of the Artificial Intelligence community for a day of incredible speakers and exciting conversations. The community is comprised of founders and executives who are experts in the field of applied artificial intelligence, veteran technologists leading the world’s most innovative organizations and key partners in the AI ecosphere sharing deep-domain knowledge within specific verticals.

Over the next several weeks we’ll be releasing the videos from the sessions from the BootstrapLabs Applied AI Conference 2018. The yearly conference organized by BootstrapLabs, a leading Venture Capital firm focused on Applied AI, that brings together over 800 members of the Artificial Intelligence community for a day of incredible speakers and exciting conversations.

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Artificial Intelligence Is Now a Pentagon Priority. Will Silicon Valley Help?

In a May memo to President Trump, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis implored him to create a national strategy for artificial intelligence. Mr. Mattis argued that the US was not keeping pace with the ambitious plans of China… read more

AI is helping find lead pipes in Flint, Michigan

The algorithm is saving about $10 million as part of an effort to replace the city’s water infrastructure… read more

The International 2018: Results

OpenAI Five lost two games against top Dota 2 players at The International in Vancouver this week, maintaining a good chance of winning for the first 20-35 minutes of both games… read more

AI Can Manipulate Video to Make Everybody Dance Now

In a paper posted to the arXiv preprint server this week, researchers at the University of California Berkeley demonstrate how they designed AI that, given video of an expert dancer and an amateur, can transfer the moves… read more

Facial recognition edges toward the mainstream

Companies are planning to use facial scans to identify you in stores, restaurants, and sports arenas, and tag you for specialized ads and custom coupons — widening the potential for privacy breaches… read more

Upcoming Events

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BootstrapLabs is excited to announce our next Applied AI Insiders Series event, Cybersecurity & AI: Risks and Opportunities

Event Summary

Date and Time: Tuesday September 18, 2018 | 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: The Google Launchpad Space, 543 Howard St., San Francisco, California 94105
Registration: This event is INVITE ONLY. If you did not receive an invitation you can request one below.

Future of ML

Vidora & BootstrapLabs Invite You To: The Future of Machine Learning in Business

Event Summary

Date and Time: Thursday September 20, 2018 | 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: The Google Launchpad Space, 543 Howard St., San Francisco, California 94105
Registration: Use early bird access code: FutureofML 5$ ticket price below!

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Announcing the BootstrapLabs Applied AI Insiders Series | Cybersecurity and AI: Risks and Opportunities

BootstrapLabs is excited to announce our next Applied AI Insiders Series event, Cybersecurity & AI: Risks and Opportunities

Event Summary

Date and Time: Tuesday September 18, 2018 | 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: The Google Launchpad Space, 543 Howard St., San Francisco, California 94105
Registration: This event is INVITE ONLY. If you did not receive an invitation you can request one below.

Event Description

Event Topic: Cybersecurity and AI – Risks and Opportunities

We stand in front of the 4th and largest wave of the industrial revolution, powered by AI and Data. This is the biggest opportunity, so far, for innovation and entrepreneurship, and every single industry will be disrupted and redefined by companies that are not yet even born.

With the AI market projected to grow over 20 fold in the next 10 years to $3 Trillion annually, we believe Applied Artificial Intelligence represents one of the major wealth creation opportunities of this century.

US organizations will soon be spending over $100 billion per year in cybersecurity, a number that is expected to grow significantly given the massive adoption of cloud computing, the number of connected devices, and the increase in cybercrime activities. While cybersecurity startups have raised ~ $4.2 billion in VC funding, the need for data privacy and protection grows. As does the need for secure intelligent communication networks, fast reliable authentication, fail-safe and redundancy planning, and certified/established regulatory systems. The future of cybersecurity offers many risks, but also business opportunities enabled by applying artificial intelligence to protect people, operations, organizations, and nation states. Join us for an evening of multi-dimensional discussion related to the intersection of AI and Cybersecurity.

SPEAKER BIOS:

John Apostolopoulos, VP & CTO for Enterprise Networking Business CISCO 

John Apostolopoulos is VP/CTO of Cisco’s Enterprise Networking Business (Cisco’s largest business) where he drives the technology and architecture direction in strategic areas for the business.  This covers the broad Cisco portfolio including Intent-Based Networking (IBN), Internet of Things (IoT), wireless (ranging from Wi-Fi to emerging 5G), application-aware networking, multimedia networking, indoor-location-based services, connected car, machine learning and AI applied to the aforementioned areas, and deep learning for visual analytics.

Previously, John was Lab Director for the Mobile & Immersive Experience Lab at HP Labs.  The MIX Lab conducted research on novel mobile devices and sensing, mobile client/cloud multimedia computing, immersive environments, video & audio signal processing, computer vision & graphics, multimedia networking, glasses-free 3D, next-generation plastic displays, wireless, and user experience design.

Erin Kenneally, Program Manager, Department of Homeland Security

Erin Kenneally is currently serving out her role as Program Manager in the Cyber Security Division for the U.S. Dept of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Directorate. Her portfolio comprises cybersecurity research infrastructure, privacy, cyber risk economics, and technology ethics. She manages the IMPACT (Information Marketplace for Policy and Analysis of Cyber-risk and Trust), CYRIE (Cyber Risk Economics), and Data Privacy programs. Kenneally is Founder and CEO of Elchemy, Inc., and served as Technology-Law Specialist at the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) and the Center for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) and Center for Evidence-based Security Research (CESR) at the University of California, San Diego. Erin is a licensed Attorney specializing in information technology law, including privacy technology, data protection, artificial intelligence ethics and legal risk, trusted information sharing, technology policy, cybercrime, data ethics, and emergent IT legal risks. She holds Juris Doctorate and Masters of Forensic Sciences degrees and is a graduate of Syracuse University and The George Washington University.

Chris Calvert, Co-Founder & VP Product Strategy at Respond Software

Chris has over 30 years’ experience in information security. He led the build for eight Fortune-50 SOCs and created the blueprint deployed by the ArcSight solutions team at over 45 security operations centers. He has served as HP’s WW Director of Solutions Innovation, CEO of Laconic Security, Director of Services for Cybertrust, and Manager of Security Intelligence and Operations for IBM’s MSS. Chris also spent 14 years in the National Defense and Intelligence community in the field of Information Operations and 10 years in the U.S. Army in Military Intelligence and Special Forces. Today, Chris is Co-Founder and VP of Product Strategy at Respond Software, inventors of the exclusive Self-Driving SOC.

 

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