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Artificial Intelligence by Paul Rietze

Agenda My focus has been to improve medical care, especially detecting tumors and other diseases much earlier to improve patient outcomes Human radiologists are about 75% accurate at reading images, 1 in 4 patients is misdiagnosed. AI Models are over 95% accurate, increasing cancer and tumor detection rates by over 20%. AI has huge potential[...]
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NEW INDEPENDENT TAX STUDY REVEALS METRO WAGE TAX GOES FAR BEYOND WAGES

Measure 26-218 will tax benefits, workers and employers outside Metro boundaries and require complex new tracking and reporting FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 16, 2020   Contact: Jeff Reading Communications Director, Stop the Metro Wage Tax media@stopthemetrowagetax.org 360-888-9520    PORTLAND – A new report from accounting firm Moss Adams reveals critical new information about Measure 26-218,[...]
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Opinion | The Housing Shortage in Profile

Tiny living pods for the Kenton Neighborhood Tiny Home Pilot houses in Portland, Ore. in 2017 Photo: Beth Nakamura/Associated Press Politicians bemoan the lack of affordable housing, but their policies often create the problem. Look no further than Oregon, where restrictive zoning and mandates have yielded the lowest rate of residential construction in decades. Oregon’s[...]
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News from the Secretary of State

2019 Regular Session The 2019 session of Oregon’s 80th Legislative Assembly adjourned for the last time on June 30th, when it was Constitutionally required to do so. In total, the Legislature passed approximately 779 bills, 524 of which have been signed into law by the Governor. Frequently, when the Legislature enacts a law that creates[...]
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