A mother’s day lunch ended with arrests at a restaurant in Glendale. According to Fox 6, a Milwaukee family went to bd’s Mongolian Grill on Sunday, May 13 to enjoy a meal together, but it ended with mother and daughter being arrested.“It became a scene that was totally uncalled for,” said the mother, Marlena McDaniel. McDaniel added that she felt she had been short-changed by $20.As they were leaving the restaurant, she went back to confront the waitress. At this point, her daughter started recording with her cell phone. The situation quickly excalated.The waitress insisted that she did nothing wrong. “She threw the money at us and my mom got offended by that,” said McDaniel’s daughter, La’Lena Wrencher. A family meal ended with dual arrests for Marlena McDaniel (R) and her daughter (L) in Glendale, Milwaukee on May 13, 2018. (screenshot via Fox 6) McDaniel became agitated, yelling at the waitress. Other customers then got involved, fuelling the conflict.“She would cuss at my mom and my mom would cuss at her back,” Wrencher said.McDaniel describes another conflict between her daughter and a different waitress which was not recorded.“One ‘muffed’ my daughter which is kind of a ‘umf to your face,’ and my daughter muffed her back,” said McDaniel.According to Fox 6, a Glendale police report describe the action instead as a ‘punch’ to the face.The mother and daughter were both arrested.McDaniel said that she has some regrets about her behavior, but feels that other people involved should also be held accountable.“I’m an adult at the end of the day, I’m 38. There was a better way I could’ve handled the situation,” McDaniel said.Wrencher said that she and her mother will remember the day that they were both locked up together. Mom and Daughter Arrested After Fight at Restaurant on Mother’s Day By Brendon Fallon, Epoch Times May 18, 2018 Updated: May 19, 2018 LINKEDINPINTERESTREDDITTUMBLRSTUMBLEUPON Share https://vs.youmaker.com/assets/2018/0518/be7dd105-6175-4eec-741f-ab565b71ca74/video_1080p.mp4 Share this article McDaniel was cited for disorderly contact and her daughter was cited forbattery.An attempt to interview the restaurant manager was redirected to their corporate office. US News Show Discussion
NEW DELHI: Right to terminate an abnormal pregnancy cannot be denied merely because gestation has continued beyond 20 weeks, the Delhi High Court has said while allowing a 25-week pregnant woman’s plea to abort her foetus which had enlarged kidneys and was not expected to survive. A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar said the section of the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act which prohibits abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy even if the foetus is abnormal, and the provision which relaxes this restraint if there is an immediate threat to the life of the mother, have to be considered cumulatively and not in isolation. “Seen thus, we are convinced that, even in a case where the condition of the foetus is, as in the present case, incompatible with life, the rigour of section 3(2) deserves to be relaxed, and the right to terminate the pregnancy cannot be denied merely because gestation has continued beyond 20 weeks. “Law, needless to say, cannot be construed in a manner incompatible with life,” the court said Friday and permitted the woman to terminate her pregnancy. The bench, while allowing her plea, also took into account the report of the medical board constituted by AIIMS on the high court’s direction. The woman, in her petition filed through advocate Sneha Mukherjee, had challenged the Constitutionality of sections 3(2)(b) and 5(1) of the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971. While section 3(2)(b) of the Act prohibits termination of a pregnancy of over 20 weeks, section 5(1) allows abortion if there is an immediate threat to the life of the mother. The petition had contended that the 20 weeks stipulation for a woman to avail abortion services under section 3(2) (b) of the Act may have been reasonable when the section was enacted in 1971 but has ceased to be reasonable today where technology has advanced and it is perfectly safe for a woman to abort at any point during the entire period of pregnancy. “Secondly, determination of foetal abnormality in many cases can only be done after the 20th week and by keeping the ceiling artificially low, women who obtain reports of serious foetal abnormality after the 20th week have to suffer excruciating pain and agony because of the deliveries that they are forced to go through,” the plea had said. The ceiling of 20 weeks is therefore “arbitrary, harsh, discriminatory and violative of Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution of India”, it had contended. The plea had challenged section 5 of the Act to the extent it states that termination of a more than 20-week pregnancy be permitted only if it was immediately necessary to save the life of the mother. It had claimed that “as written, the MTP Act encourages desperate women, who learn about a foetal abnormality after the 20th week, to seek out unsafe abortions from untrained medical personnel”. Illegal abortions are the third leading cause of maternal death in India and account for 13 per cent of maternal deaths worldwide, the petition had said. Download The Times of India News App for Latest India News.XStart your day smart with stories curated specially for you
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“A centralized architecture takes significant computing power to receive and relay multiple signals, and it also has a potential single point of total failure—the base station,” explains Shamma. “Instead, we designed a distributed architecture in which the drones coordinate based on local information and peer-to-peer communications.”The team’s algorithm aims to achieve an optimal level of peer-to-peer messaging—which needed to be not too much, not too little—and rapid reaction times, without too much heavy computation. This allows the algorithm to work effectively in real time while the drones are chasing an intruder.”Each of our drones makes its own plan based on a forecast of optimistic views of their teammates’ actions and pessimistic views of the opponent’s actions,” explains Abdelkader. “Since these forecasts may be inaccurate, each drone executes only a portion of its plan, then reassesses the situation before re-planning.”Their algorithm worked well in both indoor and outdoor arenas under different attack scenarios. Abdelkader hopes their software, which is now available as open-source, will provide the test bed for multiple applications. The KAUST team hope to enable the drones to work in larger, outdoor areas and to improve the software by incorporating adaptive machine-learning techniques. Provided by King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Mohamed Abdelkader is one of the researchers that developed an algorithm that enables a team of unmanned aerial vehicles to work together in real time under a capture the flag scenario to intercept an attacker drone. Credit: © 2018 Kuat Telegenov “Giving UAVs more autonomy makes them an even more valuable resource,” says Mohamed Abdelkader, who worked on the project with his colleagues under the guidance of Jeff Shamma. “Monitoring the progress of a drone sent out on a specific task is far easier than remote-piloting one yourself. A team of drones that can communicate among themselves provides a tool that could be used widely, for example, to improve security or capture images simultaneously over a large area.”The researchers trialled a Capture the Flag game scenario, whereby a team of defender drones worked together within a defined area to intercept an intruder drone and prevent it from reaching a specific place. To give the game more authenticity, and to check if their algorithms would work under unpredictable conditions, the intruder drone was remote-piloted by a researcher.Abdelkader and the team quickly dismissed the idea of having a central base station that the drones would communicate with. Instead, they custom-built UAVs and incorporated a lightweight, low-power computing and wi-fi module on each one so that they could talk to each other during flight. More information: Abdelkader, M., Lu, Y., Jaleel, H. & Shamma, J. Distributed real time control of multiple UAVs in adversarial environment: algorithm and flight testing results. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) May 21-25, 2018, Brisbane, Australia, pp. 6659-6664. Emerging 5G networks – new opportunities for drone detection? The software and hardware needed to coordinate a team of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that can communicate and work toward a common goal have recently been developed by KAUST researchers. Explore further Citation: Robots learn by checking in on team members (2018, June 13) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-06-robots-team-members.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.