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PREMIUMIndonesia works on use of big data for better decision-making process

first_imgLOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Linkedin Topics : Forgot Password ? big-data artificial-intelligence Satu-Data-Indonesia bambang-brodjonegoro Research-and-Technology-Ministry BRIN Heru-Sutadi OmniSci IDC Google Log in with your social account The government is working on the use of big data to leverage Indonesia’s digital transformation and push for data-driven decisions.Research and Technology Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro said his office had developed a national strategy for artificial intelligence development that would serve as an example of the use of big data in the public and private sectors.The strategy, which was launched in August, aimed at helping economic development and reducing inequality by focusing on the use of AI for health services, bureaucratic reform, education and research, food security and mobility and smart cities, Bambang said.“We are moving toward using big data, better using artificial intelligence and more importantly for the government, we want the foundations of e-government to be completed by 2024,” Bambang said in a Jakpost Up C… Facebooklast_img read more

Queensland’s most ‘clicked’ properties of 2018

first_imgBrae Homestead at 7 Brae St, Coorparoo.The couple bought the house to flip, and partnered with Front Porch Properties, the building firm that built their Camp Hill home. “The renovation took a year,” Mr Scott said. “It is the first reno we have sold. “It was a 1927 original so it was lifted, a ground-up reno really.” The property underwent a “ground-up” renovation.Belle Property agent Amanda Beckem, who sold the property, said the property had been popular with househunters, and was sold to an interstate buyer. “We had 88 groups through at the first open home, more than 300 groups through over the four week campaign, multiple offers,” she said. “It attracted a lot of interest from some successful people.”REA Group chief economist Nerida Conisbee said Brisbane was attracting a lot of interest from interstate.“Market drivers are pushing people to Brisbane, and the fact Melbourne and Sydney prices are going down and Brisbane is pretty stable,” she said. “Also, jobs growth is occurring in Brisbane, which is another factor allowing people to move to Brisbane.” REA Group / realestate.com.au chief economist Nerida Conisbee Ms Conisbee said she expected Brisbane, and Queensland in general, to feature even more in the national top 20 in 2019.She said search activity was already showing a shift away from places like Sydney, pointing out that 50 per cent of interstate searches for properties in the Gold Coast came from people in Sydney.Going further, Ms Conisbee said she expected to see more activity from interstate buyers in the southeast Queensland prestige market.“If you look at someone who had bought in Sydney and has been a beneficiary of that massive upgrade in prices, Brisbane’s prestige suburbs are amazing value,” she said. “Also confidence in Queensland … the economy does seem to be doing pretty well (and) people are feeling more confident that if they buy an expensive home, they’ll do ok and be able to pay for it.” The Sunshine Beach mansion has spectacular ocean views. A HOUSE with its own 50m waterslide, one of Brisbane’s finest estates, and an entire town that sold for $550,000 were among the most popular property listings of 2018.But it was a house described as the “Hamptons of Brisbane” that took out the top spot in the Sunshine State, and was the second-most-clicked listing in the country. New data released by REA Group has revealed the most popular property listings by clicks for 2018, and, in Queensland, 7 Ashfield St at East Brisbane took out the crown.It was sold by NGU Real Estate Toowong on June 25, and had registered 83,975 hits on realestate.com.au by the time the ink dried on the contract.The property was bought by NGU agent Emil Juresic for $1.55 million in 2016, and then flipped for $4 million.It was beaten to the top spot by a Victorian equestrian estate at Narre Warren South, which drew on traditional building techniques used by blacksmiths, locksmiths and old world cabinet makers for its construction. 27 Piermont Place, Raby Bay Qld 4163Another NGU Real Estate property has found itself in fourth spot, with 34,937 clicks so far, and it is still on the market. Property data shows the residence has been on the market since February, and last sold for $1.2 million in 2003.Located at 349 Bridgeman Road in Bridgeman Downs, the seven bedroom home has been renovated and sits on a sprawling one hectare block just 30 minutes from the CBD. 23 Sunshine Boulevard, Broadbeach Waters.The town of Allies Creek (listed as 534 Mills Rd, Monogorilby) came in at seventh spot with 32,738 clicks. It was bought for $550,000 by Peter and Karyn Peeters, the Harley Davidson-riding grandparents on the cusp of retirement. The town has its own church, lake, sawmill, two whole streets of houses and four large sheds, with the couple planning on turning it in to a retro tourism mecca for their family and friends.Another crowd pleaser was 9 Parakeet Court at Warner, which was marketed as an “entertainers dream”, and sold for $1,100,500 in March.Besides the modern house, the property is packed with some of the coolest features, including a 50m water slide. REAL ESTATE: 349 Bridgeman Road, Bridgeman Downs It also has a resort-style with a cabana hut, a media room with multi-screen fit out and split level seating and a three-hole putting green. Also in the top 20 was 7 Brae St at Coorparoo. It was bought by Glenn and Rachel Scott for $835,000 in July 2017, renovated and recently went under contract. 7 Ashfield St, East Brisbane, before the redevelopment And after!The second most popular listing in Queensland was a former Yourtown prize home at 2 Hollyhock Crescent in Noosa Heads.It sold for $1.3 million in June. 2 Hollyhock Crescent Noosa Heads. Picture: realestate.com.auTaking out third spot was “Raby Bay’s Masterpiece”, a five bedroom luxury home with water views, a resort-style pool and its own jetty.It was also sold by NGU Real Estate Toowong for $3.5 million in October. The Top 20 Most Clicked on Property Listings QLD 2018 The sprawling estate at 652 London Road Chandler sold for $3.85 million. Picture: realestate.com.auOther properties to make the top 20 most popular properties in Queensland include a seven bedroom Sunshine Beach house that sold for a whopping $18 million in March, “country manor” at Oceanview that has its own fruit orchard and petanque court, a sprawling luxury estate that sold for $3.85 million in November and a architecturally-designed house constructed by Brisbane’s Graya brothers at Paddington. And this mansion at 21-23 Webb Road, Sunshine Beach, sold for $18 million. REAL ESTATE: 349 Bridgeman Road, Bridgeman DownsMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoIn fifth spot is a luxury home built on a canal on the Gold Coast.Sold for $2.2 million in September by Lambert Willcox Estate Agents, the 23 Sunshine Boulevard property at Broadbeach Waters had 34,309 hits after hitting the market in May.last_img read more

UK Marine Energy Council Seeks Public Affairs Director

first_imgUK Marine Energy Council is looking for an experienced public affairs director to work to further develop the sector across the UK.The ‘Marine Energy Council’ (MEC) is the national-level representation of the UK marine energy sector.The MEC has so far operated as a network of companies and people and is now seeking to recruit a public affairs director to help structure its action and strengthen its visibility.The candidate’s main objective will be to raise the profile of the sector and ensure that it receives the support necessary to further develop and expand. This requires effective communication of the sector’s potential, its wider contribution to society, and its policy and funding needs. Messages should be delivered to those at both functionary and political levels within the UK government, who can help deliver on these needs.The job applications should be sent by December 10, 2019.Estimated start date is January 2020, on a 2,5-year contract.For a detailed job description follow this LINK.last_img read more

Rivaldo: Messi can help Griezmann not become ‘new Coutinho’

first_img read also:Mourinho makes final Coutinho transfer decision “It’s a harsh to start making those comparisons, but it’s up to the player to prove it on the pitch. The lack of goals is demotivating and damages Griezmann’s confidence, so I believe it’s important for Lionel Messi to help him. “Messi could, for example, let Griezmann take penalties when Barcelona are winning comfortably — just to get the Frenchman scoring — just like he did with Luis Suárez in the past.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Coutinho is now on-loan with Bayern Munich and set to be sold this summer. Rivaldo wrote for Betfair: “Barça have won both their games since the restart, with Antoine Griezmann as a starter, but he continues to be far from the player he was at Atletico Madrid and some are wondering if he may become a ‘new Coutinho’ at Barcelona.Advertisement Barcelona hero, Rivaldo worries that Antoine Griezmann is repeating the struggles Philippe Coutinho endured last season.center_img Loading…last_img read more

Update on the latest sports

first_imgUNDATED (AP) — The NFL has changed course and will be allowing teams to announce signings they have reached with free agents, as well as trades, when all paperwork is filed.Though the league’s business year began Wednesday the NFL instructed teams to hold back direct confirmations of those transactions because they are not official until contracts are signed and players have taken physicals. The agreements and trades leaked out anyway.On Thursday the NFL sent a memo to the 32 teams telling them it has clarified its policy.Once teams make official any signings that are listed on the daily transactions that the league provides, there is no prohibition on announcing those moves. Those contracts must be agreed upon and submitted to all parties, including the player and agent. Similarly, trades can be announced once the paperwork has been submitted.In other NFL news: — The Cleveland Browns beefed up their defensive front, agreeing to terms with former Bengals tackle Andrew Billings. His agency announced the move with a posting on Twitter. Billings is the third defensive player to strike a deal with the Browns in 24 hours. The team reached deals with linebacker B.J. Goodson and safety Karl Joseph on Wednesday.— The Buffalo Bills have confirmed signing safety Jordan Poyer to a two-year contract extension, which locks up the three-year starter through the 2022 season. Poyer was entering the final year of the four-year contract.— The Jacksonville Jaguars are bringing back a key backup on their offensive line. The Jaguars agreed to terms with center/guard Tyler Shatley on a one-year contract worth $1.5 million. The deal includes $600,000 guaranteed. The Jags previously agreed to terms with Cleveland linebacker Joe Schobert, Cincinnati cornerback Darqueze Dennard and Arizona defensive lineman Rodney Gunter over the last two days.— A person familiar with the deal says the San Francisco 49ers have agreed to a one-year contract worth about $3 million with free agent guard Tom Compton. Compton will help fill the void created by the planned release of Mike Person.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTS — The American East Conference announced that two people on the floor during recent tournament games have tested positive for the coronavirus. The conference and the Collegiate Officiating Consortium issued a joint statement saying the games involved teams in the America East, Horizon League and Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference during play from March 7-11. The teams involved were Maine at Vermont (Burlington, Vermont); UIC vs. Wright State; (Indianapolis); Manhattan vs. Fairfield and Manhattan vs. Siena (Atlantic City, New Jersey).— The Seattle Mariners have shut down their spring training facility in Arizona because of the virus outbreak and told their players to view the coming weeks as though they’re in offseason mode. Seattle general manager Jerry Dipoto said that the club decided to shutter the facility in Peoria, Arizona, for the time being. The Mariners had initially planned to keep the facility open and work with players in small, staggered groups of 10 after Major League Baseball announced it was delaying the start of the season. Dipoto said only a few players were showing up for those workouts and most of the 40-man roster had gone home.— Minor league players shut out of spring training camps will receive allowances from teams through April 8, and a plan is underway to compensate those players during the postponed portion of the regular season. Major League Baseball said in a statement that minor leaguers will receive their allowances — usually $100-200 per week — from teams in a lump sum. The payments will cover allowances due starting Thursday through the previously scheduled end of spring training. The minor league season was supposed to open April 9. MLB said it is working with teams to develop an industry-wide plan to compensate players for missed games. — The Cleveland Indians are continuing to pay minor league players their weekly stipends to help offset any “hardship” during the coronavirus shutdown. The team also is closing its year-round facility in Arizona. During a conference call, Indians president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti said he’s not aware of any players or staff members testing positive for COVID-19. Antonetti provided an update on the team’s efforts during the outbreak, saying every decision being made is with the health and safety of players, staff and employees a priority. Antonetti said the team’s complex in Goodyear, Arizona, will close Friday.— The Monaco Grand Prix has been canceled. Formula One’s showcase race had been scheduled for May 24 in the tiny principality on the Mediterranean coast between France and Italy. Hours after being postponed, along with F1 races in the Netherlands and Spain, the Monaco GP was scrapped for 2020. Because of the latest postponements, the F1 season cannot get underway until June 7 at the Azerbaijan GP. — Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff and left tackle Andrew Whitworth have donated $250,000 apiece to pay for 2 million meals with the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. The Rams announced the charitable donation as the first gift heading into a virtual telethon in conjunction with KABC-TV, to be held next Tuesday. The money raised will benefit the food bank and United Way of Greater Los Angeles’ Pandemic Relief Fund. The 38-year-old Whitworth agreed to a three-year contract Wednesday to stay with the Rams.— Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield and his wife, Emily, are donating $50,000 toward food during the coronavirus outbreak. The Mayfields announced on Instagram that they’re making their donation to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, an organization they’ve worked with in the past. They asked others to donate and pledged to match those contributions.— Two senior Italian sports executives have issued emotional appeals to the International Olympic Committee to revise its stance over the Tokyo Games. The calls come as the death toll in Italy from the coronavirus overtakes China’s. Former Italian Olympic Committee president Giovanni Petrucci tells The Associated Press that “saying that the Olympics will still go on is a big mistake in communication.” Italian and European swimming federation president Paolo Barelli adds that “if this situation continues like this into April talking about the Olympics is ridiculous.”— An Italian company that makes cycling apparel for some of the world’s best teams along with jerseys for the world championships will shift production to masks to help the nation confront the coronavirus crisis. Santini said Thursday it would work with a local textile company to begin making masks next week. It hopes to provide up to 10,000 per day.Cycling is one of the most popular sports in Italy. The country has been among the hardest hit by the coronavirus. NHL-PREDATORS-SMITH BASEBALL-MINORSMinor league players to receive allowancesUNDATED (AP) — Minor league players shut out of spring training camps will receive allowances from teams through April 8, and a plan is underway to compensate those players during the postponed portion of the regular season. Minor leaguers will receive allowances of $400 per week from teams in a lump sum. That’s a significant bump from their usual spring per diems of $100-200 per week. Teams hope that will allow players to cover housing, food and other expenses through the previously scheduled end of spring training. The minor league season was supposed to open April 9. MLB said it is working with teams to develop an industry-wide plan to compensate players for missed games.NFL-NEWSNFL allowing teams to announce free agency agreements Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMLB-NEWS-SALESale to get Tommy JohnBOSTON (AP) — Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale will have Tommy John surgery on his left elbow. The operation would keep him out the entire 2020 baseball season if and when it resumes after the coronavirus pandemic. The team made the announcement two weeks after saying that the 30-year-old left-hander had a flexor strain near the elbow. At the time, the team hoped Sale would avoid the operation that usually requires a full year to recover from. — The iconic Monaco Grand Prix has been canceled because of the coronavirus outbreak and two other Formula One races were postponed. F1’s showcase race was scheduled for May 24 in the tiny principality on the Mediterranean coast between France and Italy. Hours after being postponed along with races in the Netherlands and Spain, it was scrapped for 2020 having held a race every year since 1955. The Automobile Club de Monaco said in a statement that “the situation is no longer tenable.” The Dutch GP was set to return to host an F1 race on May 3. Spain was set to follow on May 10. It is not known when the season will start.— Roger Penske (PEN’-skee) tells The Associated Press no decision has been made yet regarding the Indianapolis 500 in May — a race that draws more than 300,000 spectators annually. Penske bought Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the IndyCar Series in January and has been preparing to host his first Indy 500 on May 24. The Indy 500 has been held every year since 1946, with postponements only because of weather. Previously, world wars stopped the race.— Horse racing at Aqueduct Racetrack in New York has been suspended indefinitely after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus. The New York Racing Association says there will be no live racing until further notice after a backstretch worker who works and lives at Belmont Park tested positive. NYRA says the person has been quarantined since developing symptoms last Friday. Racing had been scheduled to resume Friday. Belmont Park remains open only for the training and care of horses.— The first player under the PGA Tour umbrella has tested positive for the new coronavirus. The tour says Victor Lange of South Africa was diagnosed with COVID-19 upon returning home to Johannesburg on March 9 from playing a PGA Tour Latinoamerica event in Mazatlan, Mexico. He was tested as a precaution while going to a non-virus-related doctor’s appointment with a friend. Lange received the diagnosis on Tuesday. The tour says Lange has no symptoms and is expected to make a full recovery while under quarantine at home in South Africa. The PGA Tour Latinoamerica is one of six circuits the tour runs.— USA Cycling is tweaking its selection timeline for the Tokyo Olympics after the UCI, the sport’s global governing body, instituted a freeze on points accumulation and results due to the outbreak of the coronavirus. The first deadline for the American team is May 1 for track cyclists. The BMX freestyle team will be May 15, followed by the mountain bike and road racin teams on June 1. The BMX racing team will be June 3. USA Cycling says it will adjust its schedule if the International Olympic Committee alters the date of the Tokyo Games. Update on the latest sports Saints head coach test positiveUNDATED (AP) — New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton told ESPN that he learned Thursday he has tested positive for the new coronavirus. Payton is the first employee of either an NFL team or the league to make such a diagnosis public. He tells the network he came forward to motivate people to educate themselves about what they can do to help fight the pandemic. Payton says he took the test Monday after he began to feel ill a day earlier. He adds that he has not been admitted to a hospital and does not have a fever or cough. The 56-year-old coach says he has been resting comfortably at home, where is in in self-quarantine.In other virus-related developments:— The Denver Nuggets say an unidentified member of the organization has tested positive for the new coronavirus. The person was tested after experiencing symptoms Monday and is under the care of the team’s medical staff and in isolation. Entering Thursday, the NBA had seven players known to have tested positive for COVID-19. The total included four from the Brooklyn Nets, two from the Utah Jazz and one from the Detroit Pistons.— The NBA has told its teams to close their training and practice facilities to all players and staff starting Friday in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The league says the shuttering will last indefinitely. The league told teams of the new directive in a memo Thursday. A copy was obtained by The Associated Press. As recently as Monday, the NBA was telling teams that individual workouts could take place using what the league called the “one player, one coach, one basket” rule. Now, that’s not even permitted. Associated Press — The Los Angeles Rams have released Todd Gurley. The superstar running back had a massive contract and a troubling injury history. The Rams made the move several minutes before roughly $10 million in the three-time Pro Bowl selection’s contract became fully guaranteed. Gurley will consume $20.15 million in dead salary cap space this season for the Rams, who signed the 2015 first-round pick to a four-year, $60 million contract with $45 million guaranteed in June 2018. Gurley was cut before even playing the first year of that contract extension, which made him the highest-paid running back in the NFL at the time.— A person with knowledge of the move tells The Associated Press that the Denver Broncos are waiving Joe Flacco after he failed his physical. Flacco sustained a neck injury last season and missed the final two months of the season. He was eventually replaced by rookie Drew Lock. Earlier this week the Broncos agreed to terms with new backup quarterback Jeff Driskel. Cutting ties with Flacco means the Broncos take a $13 million salary cap hit but it also frees up $10 million for the team to spend in free agency.— The Baltimore Ravens have announced the deal that secured defensive end Calais Campbell, a skilled run-stopper who also has a knack for getting to the quarterback. To get Campbell, Baltimore gave Jacksonville the 2020 fifth-round pick it got from Atlanta in a trade that sent tight end Hayden Hurst to the Falcons. The Ravens agreed in principle with Campbell on a one-year contract extension, pending the passing of his physical.— The Minnesota Vikings and kicker Dan Bailey have agreed to terms on a new contract. Bailey was fourth in the NFL in 2019 with a 93.1 percent field goal rate, his best since 2015. Bailey made 27 of 29 kicks, including all three tries from 50-plus yards. Bailey also landed touchbacks on 66 of 87 kickoffs. The 32-year-old joined veteran punter Britton Colquitt in returning to the Vikings, after both specialists became free agents.— Darius Slay got what he was waiting for — a trade out of Detroit and a big new contract. The Lions agreed to trade Slay to the Philadelphia Eagles, ending the standout cornerback’s seven-year stint in Detroit. Agent Drew Rosenhaus confirmed the trade Thursday and said Slay has agreed to a three-year, $50 million extension with Philadelphia. The Lions drafted Slay 36th overall in 2013, and he earned All-Pro honors in 2017. March 19, 2020 Predators sign forward Cole Smith to 1-year dealNASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Nashville Predators have signed forward Cole Smith to a one-year, two-way deal for the 2020-21 season.Smith just finished his senior season at North Dakota, where he scored a career-high 11 goals and had 18 points in 34 games. The 6-foot-3, 197-pound forward played on both the power play and penalty kill as a senior and helped North Dakota win its conference’s regular-season title.He finished with 51 points in 137 games over four years at North Dakota.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6last_img read more

Tajon Buchanan, a freshman forward in first career start, nails No. 8 Syracuse’s game-winner in extra time

first_img Published on August 25, 2017 at 11:37 pm Contact Charlie: csdistur@syr.edu | @charliedisturco Facebook Twitter Google+ AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSaint Louis struck first after 71 minutes of scoreless play, as Jacob Krupp put one past Hendrik Hilpert. About eight minutes later, Jonathan Hagman settled the ball after an Adnan Bakalovic pass. The junior midfielder, who finished second on the team in goals last season, tied the game up at one apiece.Eleven minutes of scoreless regular time ensued with Saint Louis outshooting the Orange four to one. In overtime, SU took over. Two corner kicks and a Delhommelle pass later, SU found its first win of the season. The Orange outshot Saint Louis 11 to six and landed six more shots on goal. Still, the Billikens kept fighting back.Then a freshman in his first career game delivered the knockout punch. Commentscenter_img The overtime period neared toward the sixth minute. Knotted in a tie, Syracuse’s Hugo Delhommelle crossed the ball in front of the net. The ball neared Tajon Buchanan, a freshman forward in his first collegiate game who put the ball in the back of the net for the winner.After a slow first half that included 13 fouls in 37 minutes, SU fell behind, 1-0, in the 72nd minute. But No. 8 Syracuse (1-0) battled back on the road, downing Saint Louis (0-1) in the season opener, 2-1. SU continues its road trip at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville on Sunday, before its home opener at SU Soccer Stadium next Friday afternoon.last_img read more

Day two of Punchestown Racing Festival

first_imgToday’s action begins at 3.40. “Cue Card” is the star attraction on day two of this year’s festival as the 10-year-old staying star lines-up against the young pretenders “Djakadam” and “Don Poli” in the Punchestown Gold Cup.The likes of “Road To Riches” and “Carlingford Lough” will also line-up in the field for a high-quality renewal of the Grade 1 contest, which goes to post at half-past five.The Irish Daily Mirror Novice Hurdle is the chief support act on today’s card with champion trainer Willie Mullins saddling four runners in the 3-mile contest.last_img read more

Gambling regulators body IAGR appoints Paul Newson as new President

first_img Related Articles Melbourne spike sees Tabcorp close TAB Victoria betting shops July 10, 2020 Senet Australia appoints Paul Newsom as new client advisory lead  August 27, 2020 Submit AIDP adds two new global advisors August 12, 2020 Share Share StumbleUpon The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR), the body which represents global regulatory stakeholders and actors advancing fair and balanced gambling legislation, has confirmed the appointment of Paul Newson as new President.IAGR confirms the appointment of Newson as its new leader, following the conclusion of its annual conference held in Jamaica from 30 September to 3 October, which attracted more than 200 global regulatory stakeholders.An expert in global gaming laws and management of political actors, Newson is a Trustee of the New South Wales ‘Responsible Gambling Fund’.Furthermore, the executive has led gambling regulatory development and oversight as the former Deputy Secretary of the NSW Board for Liquor, Gaming & Emergency Management and having further served as Chief Executive of Greyhound Racing NSW.Newson will replace outgoing IAGR President  Trude Felde, Senior Advisor at the Norwegian Gaming Authority, who said: “What a year it’s been. I would like to thank the Board and our Secretary for their hard work and commitment over the 12 months.“To our members, thank you for having the confidence in me to lead as President for the last year. I love engaging with the gaming regulatory community, and I hope to see you all regularly for many years to come.”Taking on IARG leadership,  Newson said: “It’s an honour to be appointed President of the International Association of Gaming Regulators following what’s been a watershed year for the organisation.“I’m really looking forward to working with our Board of Trustees, members and industry stakeholders to best position IAGR to advance better regulation globally.”last_img read more