Plan Iq 267 78 !!TOP!!
Click Here >>> https://urlin.us/2t7gh9
When Reed was only ten years old he began developing schematics for a device that could transmit matter across the dimensional plane. He displayed his work at the Midtown Middle School Science Fair, where he successfully teleported a toy car into an alternate dimension. This garnered him the attention of the Director of Mainland Technology Development.
For the next several years, Reed continued to work on his teleportation technology. The Baxter Building provided him with all of the resources at their disposal and they even developed an oscillating window that could peer into an otherworldly plane of reality known as the N-Zone.
Only one member of the group affected by the N-Zone accident remained unaccounted for: Victor Van Damme, the man responsible for the Fantastic Four's failed assassination. Victor established a small community in Denmark under his control using neural implants, and when the foursome arrived he took down each of them until only Reed stood in his way.
Reed, busy planning his endgame from his new lair in Quadrant 77 of the Negative Zone, was later confronted by the heroes of Earth. They defeated him and his alien minions with little effort, giving him a chance to explain his actions. Johnny unleashed a massive flame attack on Richards out of revenge for hurting his sister, disfiguring the right side of Reed's face. Reed lost functionality of his right arm, causing it to hang lifelessly elongated at his side. While the heroes were busy destroying his lair, Reed was flung from the ground and was left floating aimlessly about the Negative Zone with the wreckage of his base.
Searching for the source of power of Thor, the Children killed all the Asgardians and drained their power, leaving Thor powerless and in need of saving by Iron Man, while the Captains were captured. Thor, using an upgraded version of his hammer and belt, teleported himself inside the City, rescued Captain Britain and faced the Maker, the new alias of Richards. After being defeated again by the Children, it was revealed to Thor that the Maker was Reed Richards. Reed left Thor alive and allowed him to escape along with Captain Britain to deliver the message about Richards' newest plans.
After S.H.I.E.L.D. convinced Zorn and the Hulk to attack the Children (but the latter was then convinced to help them), the Maker deployed an anti-matter attack on Washington, D.C., killing the President, his Cabinet and the Congress, with only Secretary of Energy Howard surviving and becoming the next President. After Tony Stark contacted the new President to make a plan against the Children, Stark was provided as a prisoner for the Children to seal a pact of peace.
When an entity known as Galactus came from another universe to this one, Reed Richards decided to escape custody and try to put differences aside with the Ultimates in order to stop Galactus, who arrived at Earth, from consuming the planet. As the Ultimates tried to use a interdimensional portal to seek help on how to stop Galactus from the Reed Richards from Galactus' universe, Richards convinced them to let him go to that Earth, as he would still be able to access the other Richards' files even if his counterpart wasn't available at the moment to help them.
For Richards' plan to be carried out, the presence of Kitty Pryde was needed. She would be injected with the Giant-Man serum in order to use her phasing powers to short circuit Galactus' machine, which would turn all the matter of Earth into compatible energy, and her super density powers would cause sufficient damage to Galactus. When the plan was carried out, Reed used Kitty Pryde merely as a distraction to open a portal to the Negative Zone and send Galactus to it. The plan was a success and Earth was saved.
With designs stolen from the heroes of Earth-616, the Maker created the life raft that would secure him and his allies when the Multiverse perished. After the last two universes were destroyed, the raft found its way onto Battleworld, a patchwork planet composed of the remnants of different realities held together by the now-omnipotent Doctor Doom of Earth-616.
One his first experiments was "Life-Minus," which consisted of capturing the souls of the dead in crystals, creating a new form of life. The Maker unleashed the Neohedron in Paris, where it proceeded to use a higher-dimensional frequency to turn people's heads into crystals for the dead to control their bodies. This plan was, however, thwarted by the New Avengers of A.I.M. (Avengers Idea Mechanics).
The Maker decided that A.I.M.'s resources would be useful for his mission, and implanted self-replicating nano-cameras in their headquarters, Avenger Base Two, after a W.H.I.S.P.E.R. agent made contact with the New Avengers during a mission in Tokyo. When S.H.I.E.L.D. became in conflict with A.I.M., the Maker took the chance to strike their base with his New Revengers with the intent of a performing a takeover.
However, the Maker's plan soon fell apart when he discovered A.I.M. and their leader Bobby Da Costa had known about the nano-cameras, and used them to their advantage, feeding the Maker what they wanted him to see and hear. After Songbird manipulated S.H.I.E.L.D. into bombing W.H.I.S.P.E.R.'s headquarters, the Maker decided to retreat and leave the remaining New Revengers to continue fighting the New Avengers while he moved to Plan B, which consisted of kidnapping the President from the Air Force One and selling him to the highest bidder.
In a turn of events, da Costa overturned Reed's plan yet again, and led him to unwittingly teleporting himself to a fake Air Force One made up by Warlock. Da Costa revealed A.I.M. themselves had used the moment in Tokyo when W.H.I.S.P.E.R. infected them with nano-cameras to implant their own on W.H.I.S.P.E.R.'s agent, and the surveillance had granted him the knowledge of every aspect of the Maker's plan. The leaders of the two scientific organizations fought, and the Maker was defeated at last. Reed was subsequently delivered by da Costa directly to the government and imprisoned in a special cell, while professing his subordinates would come for him.
Core components of behavioral treatments include language and social skills acquisition. Typically, one-to-one training is offered in which a therapist uses a shaping procedure in combination with positive reinforcements to help the child pronounce syllables until words are completed. Sometimes involving pictures and visual aids, therapists aim at improving speech capacity so that short sentences about important daily tasks (e.g. bathroom use, eating, etc.) can be effectively communicated by the child. In a similar fashion, older children benefit from this type of training as they learn to sharpen their social skills such as sharing, taking turns, following instruction, and smiling. At the same time, a movement known as social inclusion attempts to increase valuable interactions between children with an intellectual disability and their non-disabled peers. Cognitive-behavioral treatments, a combination of the previous two treatment types, involves a strategical-metastrategical learning technique[clarification needed] that teaches children math, language, and other basic skills pertaining to memory and learning. The first goal of the training is to teach the child to be a strategical thinker through making cognitive connections and plans. Then, the therapist teaches the child to be metastrategical by teaching them to discriminate among different tasks and determine which plan or strategy suits each task. Finally, family-oriented strategies delve into empowering the family with the skill set they need to support and encourage their child or children with an intellectual disability. In general, this includes teaching assertiveness skills or behavior management techniques as well as how to ask for help from neighbors, extended family, or day-care staff. As the child ages, parents are then taught how to approach topics such as housing/residential care, employment, and relationships. The ultimate goal for every intervention or technique is to give the child autonomy and a sense of independence using the acquired skills he/she has. In a 2019 Cochrane review on beginning reading interventions for children and adolescents with intellectual disability small to moderate improvements in phonological awareness, word reading, decoding, expressive and receptive language skills and reading fluency were noted when these elements were part of the teaching intervention.
People with intellectual disabilities are often not seen as full citizens of society. Person-centered planning and approaches are seen as methods of addressing the continued labeling and exclusion of socially devalued people, such as people with disabilities, encouraging a focus on the person as someone with capacities and gifts as well as support needs. The self-advocacy movement promotes the right of self-determination and self-direction by people with intellectual disabilities, which means allowing them to make decisions about their own lives.
Until the middle of the 20th century, people with intellectual disabilities were routinely excluded from public education, or educated away from other typically developing children. Compared to peers who were segregated in special schools, students who are mainstreamed or included in regular classrooms report similar levels of stigma and social self-conception, but more ambitious plans for employment. As adults, they may live independently, with family members, or in different types of institutions organized to support people with disabilities. About 8% currently live in an institution or a group home.
I am a Professor in theSchool of Computingand Information Systems at The University of Melbourne,and Co-Director for the Centre of AI and Digital Ethics (CAIDE).My primary area of expertise is in artificial intelligence, with particular emphasis on: Human-AI interaction and collaboration Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) Decision making in complex, multi-agent environments Reasoning about action and knowledgeMy work is at the intersection of artificial intelligence, interaction design, and cognitive science/psychology. My areas of education expertise is in artificial intelligence, software engineering, and technology innovation.I have extensive experience developing novel and innovative solution with industry and defence collaborators.I am a member of the AI and Autonomy Lab in the school.Research Projects and Funding 2019-2021: Explanation in Artificial Intelligence: A Human-Centred Approach --- Australian Research Council DP190103414. With Frank Vetere, Eduardo Velloso, Liz Sonenberg, Piers Howe (Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences), Paul Dourish (UCI). 2019-2021: Explanatory AI for Maritime Domain Awareness -- DST Group. With Kerry Trentelman, Adam Saulwick (DST Group), Ronal Singh, Michelle Blom, Liz Sonenberg. 2019-2020: Agent Modelling for Cooperative Target Surveillance -- DST Group. With Prajakta Desai (DST Group), Ronal Singh. 2019-2020: Explainable AI through Narratives -- DST Group. With Steve Wark, Marcin Nowina-Krowicki, Greg O'Keefe (DST Group), Joshua Newn, Ronal Singh. 2018-2019: Collaborative Human-Agent Planning --- Microsoft Research. With Ronal Singh, Frank Vetere, and Liz Sonenberg. 2017-2018: "Why?": Causal Explanation in Trusted Autonomous Systems --- CERA Next Generation Technologies Fund grant. With Piers Howe (Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences), Liz Sonenberg (School of CIS), Glennn Moy, Luke Marsh, Darren Williams (DST Group). 2017-2018: Collaborative Human-Agent Planning for Survivability --- CERA Next Generation Technologies Fund grant. With Liz Sonenberg, Sergio Jimenez, and Darryn Reid (DST Group). 2016-2017: Survivability and Distributed Adaptability in Autonomous System --- with Don Gossink, Slava Shekh, Axel Benda, Mohammad Zamani, and others, (DST Group), Adrian Pearce, Liz Sonenberg, Michelle Blom, and Nir Lipovetzky. 2016-2017: Autonomous Team Tactics Discovery with Automated Planning --- with Michael Papasimeon, Lyndon Benke (DST Group), Adrian Pearce, Liz Sonenberg, and Nir Lipovetzky. 2016-2018: Catering for individuals' emotions in technology development --- Australian Research Council DP160104083. With Leon Sterling, Sonja Pedell (Swinburne University), Antonette Mendoza, and Alex Lopez-Lorca. 2016-2017: Automated Reasoning Under Irreducible Uncertainty --- with Darryn Reid (DST Group), Adrian Pearce, Liz Sonenberg, and Nir Lipovetzky. 2014-2016: Increasing knowledge and motivating collaborative action on Low Carbon Living through team-based and game-based mobile learning --- CRC for Low Carbon Living. With Shirley Leitch (Swinburne), Antonette Mendoza, Robert Enker (Dept. of Building Innovation and Sustainability), and others. 2013-2015: Software engineering of people-oriented technology and services --- Australian Research Council DP130102660. With Leon Sterling, Alex Lopez, and Sonja Pedell (Swinburne). 2014-2015: Evaluation of a robotic arm for people with limited upper-body mobility --- DSDBI Technology Voucher and Student Voucher. With Marita Cheng, 2Mar Robotics. 2013-2015: Foundations of human-agent collaboration: situation-relevant information sharing --- Australian Research Council DP130102825. With Liz Sonenberg, Adrian Pearce, Christian Muise, Paolo Felli, and Frank Dignum (Universiteit Utrecht) 2012-2013: Improving software verification, validation, and testing for air traffic systems --- Awarded by Airservices Australia. With Adrian Pearce, Alistair Moffat, and Chris Leckie. 2010-2012: Integrating and Automating Testing in Multi-agent Systems Development --- Australian Research Council LP100100037. With Lin Padgham and John Thangarajah (RMIT). 2009-2010: Intelligent reasoning in agent interaction --- Early-career researcher grant (University of Melbourne) I am currently not taking on any new PhD or MPhil research students. 2b1af7f3a8