At that point, for nearly half-a-century, much of the southern African region had already been plunged into a massive process of monopoly capitalist-driven transformation. Rapid industrialisation, centred on the diamond fields around Kimberley and then the gold fields of the Witwatersrand, drew huge flows of private monopoly capital from the imperialist centres. There were major investments in mines, and also in rail and port infrastructure connecting the mining hinterland to the colonial ports. The Anglo-Boer war, the largest armed conflict of its time, forcibly consolidated disparate states, establishing a single geographical political entity, the Union of South Africa, under British imperial hegemony. In 1910, the Union of South Africa became a semi-independent British dominion under local white minority rule.
No it actually just started and today it's not as bad almost like a tickle at times. It's just weird. I have a little scratchy throat so maybe I am catching something also! I just had bronchitis and pneumonia in beginning of January which started this whole thing along with a UTI that was resistant to a lot of abx and got it back again mid month. My dr is testing me because all of a sudden my BP skyrocketing out of nowhwhere it's been 200/100 s hr 150 ish. So he put me on meds. My left lung was wheezy and full all of January it took me weeks to clear that. I've had palpitations. But also my face Gets this crazy beat red along cheek nose and chin not really a rash but just pure hot red and my neck gets all this blotchy red also. My face gets so warm. So he is testing everything and we have reached this one next. I can complain of aches and pains for years. Fatigue. But lately I always feel like I am walking in sand and dragging my butt around. I all relate this to being overweight. But the more I read I have been saying my face blowing up and I do have like the extra fat at neck to shoulder area. I say I look like a quarterback lol. But I'm going to do the 24 hour urine today. I do have my menses I am hoping that does not affect the test. I will stay posted. Thanks.
Deep learning is a subset of ML. It uses some ML techniques to solve real-world problems by tapping into neural networks that simulate human decision-making. Deep learning can be expensive, and requires massive datasets to train itself on. That's because there are a huge number of parameters that need to be understood by a learning algorithm, which can initially produce a lot of false-positives. For instance, a deep learning algorithm could be instructed to "learn" what a cat looks like. It would take a very massive data set of images for it to understand the very minor details that distinguish a cat from, say, a cheetah or a panther or a fox.