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Is Wolves vs Arsenal on TV? Channel, live stream, time, odds, team news and head-to-head

first_img Head-to-head in last five meetings 11 Nov 2018 – Arsenal 1-1 Wolves – Premier League11 Apr 2012 – Wolves 0-3 Arsenal – Premier League27 Dec 2011 – Arsenal 1-1 Wolves – Premier League12 Feb 2011 – Arsenal 2-0 Wolves – Premier League10 Nov 2010 – Wolves 0-2 Arsenal – Premier League MORE: Jurgen Klopp happy to sell £34.7m Liverpool outcast Marko Grujic to Atletico Madrid this summerMORE: Manchester United identify PSG right-back Thomas Meunier as potential summer signing Is Wolves vs Arsenal on TV? Channel, live stream, time, odds, team news and head-to-head Advertisement Shkodran Mustafi has had a difficult time (Picture: Sportimage)When is Wolves vs Arsenal?The match is on Wednesday 24 April with kick-off at 7.45pm at Molineux.AdvertisementAdvertisementIs Wolves vs Arsenal on TV and is there a live stream?Unfortunately not, Sky Sports are showing the Manchester derby at 8pm, while there are not matches being shown on BT Sport.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityTeam newsWolves have no injury problems to deal with at this point of the season.Arsenal are without Aaron Ramsey and Denis Suarez, while Hector Bellerin, Rob Holding and Danny Welbeck all remain out.Granit Xhaka is not fully fit but could be available, while Sokratis Papastathopoulos returns from suspension.What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)19/10 Wolves5/2 Draw31/20 Arsenal Wolves have not beaten Arsenal since 1979 (Picture: AMA/Getty Images)Arsenal are looking to bounce back into the top four of the Premier League when they travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers on Wednesday night.The Gunners are currently fifth in the table after their shock defeat to Crystal Palace on Sunday but can leapfrog Chelsea into fourth with victory at Molineux.However, Wolves have European ambitions of their own as victory will take them to seventh in the table, which will likely be a Europa League spot for next season.Wolves have not beaten Arsenal since 1979, going 20 games without a victory against the Gunners.ADVERTISEMENT Phil HaighWednesday 24 Apr 2019 8:14 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Comment Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgLOS ANGELES – A man accused of gunning down his estranged wife outside her Pico Rivera home and then fleeing to Mexico has appeared in court to receive a date for his preliminary hearing. A judge Tuesday ordered Armando Martinez, 48, of Pico Rivera to return to court in Los Angeles on June 29 for his preliminary hearing. Martinez is accused of shooting his estranged wife, Irma Martinez, 48, as she sat with a friend in her back yard on July 18, 2005. Martinez then allegedly fled to Mexico, where he was arrested on Nov. 1, 2005. He had been held in Mexico City until May 19, when he was extradited to Los Angeles. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2Top volunteers to be recognized LA MIRADA – Nominations for the annual Volunteers in Action awards program are now being accepted by the city. Individuals and organizations that contribute time and energy to making a difference in their community are recognized by the program. Residents are encouraged to nominate individuals and organizations that deserve recognition. The deadline for nominations is July 10. For more information, call (562) 943-0131. Surviving cancer is topic of lecture LA MIRADA – In honor of National Cancer Survivors Day, the American Cancer Society will hold a free lecture on surviving cancer at 2:30 p.m. today at the La Mirada Activity Center, 13810La Mirada Blvd. Participants will be invited to share their own experiences and hear stories from cancer survivors and their families. For more information, call (562) 902-3160. Party to honor retiring educators WHITTIER – A retirement party for five California High School teachers and administrators will be held at 4 p.m. Friday at the Radisson Hotel Whittier, 7320 Greenleaf Ave. Pat McClelland, Ron Hales, Lew Jones, Bob Moberg and Anita Hernandez will be honored for their combined 150 years of service to the high school. The event is open to the public. Tickets are $35, which includes dinner. For more information, call (562) 698-8121, Ext. 3221. Library seeking teen volunteers SANTA FE SPRINGS – The city’s library staff is looking for volunteers ages 12 to 18 to assist in this year’s summer reading program. Applications are being accepted through June 16. Volunteers staff the summer reading desk, prepare crafts, assist during story hour and help with weekly programs. For more information, call (562) 868-7738. Breast-feeding to be discussed MONTEBELLO – Expectant and new mothers can learn more about breast-feeding at the La Leche League of Montebello’s meeting at 6:45p.m. June 15 at the De Paul Center, 1105 Bluff Road, Room A4. The discussion will include the latest medical research. For more information, call (562) 947-9757, or visit www.geocities.com/LLLMontebello. Registration opens for summer camp LA MIRADA – Registration for Neff Park’s summer day camp begins Monday and is open to children entering grades one through seven. The camp begins June 26 and ends Sept. 1 at Neff Park, 14300 San Cristobal Drive. The cost is $80 per week per child or $25 per day. There is a $10 fee per child due at registration time. Registration must be made in person at the La Mirada Community Gymnasium, 15105 Alicante Road, or the La Mirada Resource Center, 13710 La Mirada Blvd. For more information, call (562) 902-2938. – From staff reports160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Your computer knows you better than your friends do

first_imgAre you a shy person with a snarky sense of humor who secretly craves hugs? You might be able to conceal that from your friends, but not from your computer. A new study of Facebook data shows that machines are now better at sussing out our true personalities than even our closest acquaintances. The idea for the study came together last year when psychologist Youyou Wu and computer scientist Michal Kosinski, then both at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, watched Her, a 2013 science fiction film in which a man falls in love with his computer operating system. “By analyzing his digital records, his computer can understand and respond to his thoughts and needs much better than other humans,” Wu says, “including his long-term girlfriend and closest friends.” Wu and Kosinski wondered: Is that possible in real life?They had access to a perfect data set to put the idea to the test. In 2007, their colleague David Stillwell, another Cambridge psychologist, created a Facebook app called myPersonality. With consent, users give the app abundant personal data. Not only do they grant access to Facebook info such as their likes and list of friends, but they also take standard psychological tests and answer survey questions. Their only rewards are the results of those psychological tests and a synopsis of how they compare with the rest of the myPersonality user population. Click to view the privacy policy. Required fields are indicated by an asterisk (*) Email With Kosinski’s help, the app became a viral hit, with more than 4 million people signing up and using it so far. It also became a scientific gold mine. In a 2013 analysis of the myPersonality data published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), a team led by Kosinski showed that the pattern of people’s likes on Facebook is enough to predict their personal traits such as gender, race, political persuasion, and even sexuality. The paper was one of the year’s most blogged about and cited.Computationally judging whether people on the Internet are gay or straight based on their Facebook likes is one thing, but determining those people’s personalities more accurately than a human seemed far-fetched, Wu admits. Experiments have shown that “people are very good at judging each other,” she says.One of the standard methods for assessing personality is to analyze people’s answers to a 100-item questionnaire with a statistical technique called factor analysis. There are five main factors that divide people by personality—openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism—which is why personality researchers call this test the Big Five. People can accurately predict how their friends will answer the Big Five questions. “For example, I got a 4.5 out of 5 on extraversion based on my answers about myself,” Wu says, “and my friend got a 4.4 out of 5 based on his answers about me.”Wu, Kosinski, and Stillwell focused on 86,220 people who took the Big Five personality test through the myPersonality Facebook app during the past 2 years. The researchers used those results and the people’s Facebook data to create a statistical model that predicts personality based on Facebook likes. To compare the computer’s accuracy with human judgment, they analyzed results from 17,622 friends of those participants who filled out the 100-item questionnaire based on how they thought their friends would answer. Those people “liked” thousands of things on the Internet—everything from David Bowie and atheism to Rush Limbaugh and smiling. If you really can predict personality from Facebook likes, these items should combine into fingerprints for different personality types.Computers aren’t yet as smart and sultry as the one in Her, but armed with your Facebook data, they can accurately judge your personality in a fraction of a second. Compared with humans predicting their friends’ personalities by filling out the Big Five questionnaire, the computer’s prediction based on Facebook likes was almost 15% more accurate on average, the team reports online today in PNAS. Only people’s spouses were better than the computer at judging personality.So what do our Facebook personality fingerprints look like? Some of the patterns make intuitive sense. For example, the “openness” factor ranges from liberal to conservative, loosely mapping onto political tendencies, and indeed liberal people tended to like Bowie and atheism, whereas conservative people like Fox News and Limbaugh. Other personality predictors seem bizarre. People on the cooperative side of the “agreeableness” spectrum tend to like The Bourne Identity, a film about a lone government assassin, but competitive people like the Oatmeal, an Internet cartoon that celebrates science, geek culture, and long-distance running, among many other topics.”It is a clever use of like data,” says Dana Carney, a psychologist at the University of California, Berkeley, who wasn’t involved in the study. Besides contributing to our understanding of how personality affects life choices, she notes that online marketing is the obvious application of the research, because the better you understand the “personality characteristics of an online user base,” the better your chances are of influencing them. A next step will be to increase the accuracy of the predictions by harvesting “other Internet behaviors and combine them with likes,” she says, such as individuals’ Web browsing behavior, which companies are already harvesting.center_img Sign up for our daily newsletter Get more great content like this delivered right to you! 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