Answer the following questions: Explain and define a trademark under the Lanham Act. Explain the scope of trademark protection for Internet content, software, and other technology-related products and services. Describe the marking requirements for trademarks, particularly for online content. Explain the likelihood-of-confusion test for trademark infringement actions. Explain the purpose of the Ant cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act of 1999 and the Trademark Dilution Revisionn Act of 2006 (TDRA). 2.) Please watch the you tube video: JibJab – Big Box Mart. This video found on Youtube is clearly a parody for Walmart, specifically with all the wage disputes in the news regarding Walmart employees. Please discuss Trademark law and what Walmart can do against youtube. Does Walmart have any recourse? What are the remedies? Is Walmart likely to succeed, why or why not? Be sure to apply the concepts of Trademark Law.
Describe how data visualization helps in predictive modeling
Explain data visualization
Describe business intelligence
Identify types of analytic models
Explain how Big Data models within business intelligence
Describe Big Data in Computing
Explain Cloud Computing in practical environments
Identify research in Internet of Things (IoT) in Cloud Computing
Describe Social Data Analysis
Explain how Big Data is used in social networks
Identify research in social networking
Create a new project where you will place a ShortHairCat object within a scene at a distance of at least two or more units from four similarly sized objects. One way to ensure you have the proper distance is to use the procedure within myFirstMethod. The cat will move to each object in turn without colliding into to any of the objects. The cat does not have to move in a straight line to each object. You will also need to ensure you create a custom procedure for the cat object that will handle its movement to each object.
The final fourth object the cat moves to should be a table with a fifth object on it that represents something the cat wants. Now insert the code required that will allow the cat to jump on top of the table to get the object placed there. Use the strategies outlined within the video resources to affect subparts and combine procedures together to make this process as realistic as possible. Procedures such as moving forward and up at the same time will simulate jumping.
Read the article “The Therac-25: 30 Years Later” by Nancy G. Leveson
Answer these questions by providing a brief explanation in a sentence or two. Each question is worth
one mark. Note that a one-word answer (e.g., yes, no, maybe) will receive 0 marks.
a. Can we say that software by itself is safe or not?
b. At what phase of software development does safety first come into play?
c. Is it safer to reuse software or build from scratch?
d. Does using object-oriented technology lead to safer software?
e. Is it better, from the point of view of safety, to first implement normal and second error handling behavior, or first error-handling and then normal behavior?
Current event presentations will be a minimum of 12-15 minutes on a Cybersecurity current event topic that provides the following Description (i.e. technology, process, etc..); Security Risk it addresses; Business Value and how it addresses the C-I-A Triad.
Discuss the influence of the Consensus Model for APRN: LACE. Why is it important? Support your discussions with at least two current scholarly articles (less than 5 years). Consensus Model Retrieved September 2018 from Consensus Model for APRN Regulation.
From your current or past clinical practice describe an individual or family that you considered “special” or “vulnerable.” What were the gaps in the health care; from a social justice perspective how did you advocate for this individual or family? What barriers were present? What would you have done differently?” Use the Healthy People 2020 five domains for social determinants of health in your discussion. Write at least 250 words with a clear, well-formulated thesis; develop using textual quotes and references from peer-reviewed references
Introduction/background: motivation for research and introduction to the outcomes, including a literature review and reference citations.
Methods: describe the problem and the methods you used to explore or address the problem.
Results and findings: research results or exploration findings, including theoretical analysis and any experimental and implementation results you accomplished based on your methods.
Related work: summarize related work by others; compare your methods and results with others’ work. Cite your references.
Conclusion and future work: conclude your exploration and research, and suggest possible future work on the topic.
References: include all references cited in your paper, using APA or IEEE Style.
Should Computer Science be Considered as Genuine Science
Using some (or all) of the distinguishing features of science identified by Okasha, give reasons why computer science should be considered a genuine science like physics, chemistry, or biology; then give reasons why computer science should not be considered a genuine science. Give both sides of the argument, though you do not have to take a side.
Purpose of the prompt: To apply Okasha’s ideas about the nature of science to a specific (potential) science.
Computer Science: the branch of knowledge concerned with the principles and use of computers.