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Reaching the point where a project or initiative succeeds is exciting. However, the goal isn’t really to be successful. Instead, the objective is simply “wanting to be successful.”

Let’s use an example to put things into perspective.

Consider a scenario where you find yourself so excited after reaching an important milestone that you actually stop what you are doing to reach out to your spouse, friend, or loved one to share your most recent news. 

Did you get excited and want to reach out because of an easy opportunity that fell into your lap? Most likely, no. Instead, your excitement from the success is really the result of hard work paying dividends.

In actuality, the work started with an underlying desire to be successful. That trait was further ingrained in your soul and fueled by the passion of working on something you enjoy. With a solid foundation in place, a natural period of cultivation and refactoring led to you creating something of value that was completed successfully.

Regardless of what “it” is that was labeled “successful,” some ensuing customer bought into your passion and made the necessary connection to yield the partnership a “success.” I find it useful to think of “success” in the same way Pat Summitt described “winning.” Below is a paraphrased version of Summitt’s words, where I substituted winning for success:

“Success is fun … yes. But success is not the point. Wanting to be successful is the point. Not giving up is the point. Not letting up is the point. Never being completely satisfied with what you have done is the point.“ – adapted from Pat Summitt’s definition of “winning” 

Now the Hard Part Begins

While the thrill of riding the “endorphin high” and celebrating with others is an amazing experience, the reality is that the hardest challenges are now on your radar. You’ve won the customer … now the hardest part is keeping the customer.

You won this customer, ultimately, because they were interested in taking things in a new direction. While your product or service is amazing, it took action on the customer’s side to really start the sales process.  

So, what is keeping them from tossing your offering aside in favor of something newer?

Sound familiar?

What is a Customer 360?

The best way to maintain a successful relationship with your customers is to have a full understanding of your customer. This “complete view of the customer” is commonly referred to as a Customer 360.

It is important to note that a Customer 360—that complete view of the customer—is from your perspective. This view is more than having an understanding of who your customer is, but also includes information such as:

  • interactions with your website or application services, using site tracking tooling
  • gaining an understanding of support tickets logged by representatives of your customer
  • monitoring of social media data

With a solid Customer 360 in place, you will naturally find yourself in the best position to meet the needs of your customer. This minimizes lost potential and closes the gap in understanding between you and your customer’s needs.

How Dgraph Cloud Provides Value

I believe Dgraph Cloud is ideal for building a Customer 360 view. Here are some reasons why:

  1. A graph database is the ideal choice for Customer 360 data, and Dgraph Cloud is the #1 graph database on GitHub.
  2. Dgraph Cloud provides everything you need to get up and running quickly; you just provide the schema and the data.
  3. Dgraph Cloud’s underlying architecture allows for continual iterations not only during the prototyping phase but also as requirements change.
  4. Dgraph Cloud offers Lambda resolves—which utilize standard JavaScript—to perform advanced operations that assist in data gathering, transformation, and analysis.
  5. Dgraph Cloud is designed to adapt to your evolving business demands in a manner that minimizes (or completely eliminates) downtime.

Using Dgraph Cloud for Customer 360

Consider the following illustration, which provides a high-level overview of input sources for a 360 view of the customer:

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In this example, the customer interacts in the following manners:

  • Utilizes applications and websites for which you can track site analytics
  • Orders products from a catalog you maintain
  • Reviews products about you or your products
  • Creates support tickets when an issue arises
  • Joins loyalty programs in exchange for discounts or even free services
  • Mentions you or your products on social media

As noted earlier, these high-level examples represent the full view of the customer from your perspective.

Data Integration and Transformation

A valid assumption is that each import source has data that is not in a graph database. In fact, most of these systems likely utilize a relational database, which is geared toward performing transactions … and performing them quite well.

The key is to transform the payloads from these data sources in a way that brings value to Dgraph Cloud and the resulting Customer 360. With this in mind, the original illustration can be refactored as shown below:

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With this model in place, a simplified schema could be drafted as shown below:

type Customer { id: ID! name: String! loyaltyPrograms: [LoyaltyProgram] orders: [Order] products: [Product] supportTickets: [SupportTicket] reviews: [Review] siteDataResults: [SiteData] socialMediaPosts: [SocialMedia] } type LoyaltyProgram { id: ID! joined: DateTime! level: Int! } type Product { id: ID! name: String! category: String! price: Float! } type Order { id: ID! products: [Product!] amount: Float! } type SupportTicket { id: ID! category: String! status: String! order: Order product: Product loyaltyProgram: LoyaltyProgram summary: String! created: DateTime! lastUpdated: DateTime } type Review { id: ID! product: Product! rating: Int! summary: String } type SiteData { id: ID! category: String! summary: String! date: DateTime! } type SocialMedia { id: ID! source: String! tags: [String] summary: String! posted: DateTime! }

Dgraph Cloud In Action

Upon inserting some sample data into the schema (which would normally arrive via Dgraph Cloud-driven integrations with external systems), the Data Studio view in Dgraph Cloud presents a high-level view of the customer:

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The Data Studio allows me to navigate through the data relationships with ease.  As an example, expanding the “siteDataResults” presents the following data:

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These results could be from analytical data captured during usage of customer-facing websites and ecommerce solutions.

The following example query could be created using Dgraph Cloud:

query MyQuery { queryCustomer(filter: {id: "0x28caba09"}) { id loyaltyPrograms { joined level } orders { amount products { name category reviews { rating summary } } } siteDataResults { date category summary } supportTickets { category summary status } socialMediaPosts { posted source summary tags } name }
}

Using sample data, the results may appear as shown below:

{ "data": { "queryCustomer": [ { "id": "0x28caba09", "loyaltyPrograms": [ { "joined": "2020-01-01T00:00:00Z", "level": 3 } ], "orders": [ { "amount": 20.25, "products": [ { "name": "Chelated Magnesium", "category": "health", "reviews": [] } ] }, { "amount": 21.5, "products": [ { "name": "A&I Formula", "category": "health", "reviews": [] }, { "name": "Micellized Vitamin D3", "category": "vitamins", "reviews": [ { "rating": 5, "summary": "Great product, excellent taste!" } ] } ] } ], "siteDataResults": [ { "date": "2021-05-26T00:00:00Z", "category": "faq", "summary": "loyalty program not working" }, { "date": "2021-05-25T00:00:00Z", "category": "loyalty", "summary": "join loyalty program" }, { "date": "2021-05-24T00:00:00Z", "category": "potential-sale", "summary": "added A&I Formula to cart" }, { "date": "2021-05-24T00:00:00Z", "category": "potential-sale", "summary": "added Chelated Magnesium to cart" }, { "date": "2021-05-24T00:00:00Z", "category": "potential-sale", "summary": "added Micellized Vitamin D3 to cart" }, { "date": "2021-05-24T00:00:00Z", "category": "potential-sale", "summary": "added Buffered Vitamin C to cart" }, { "date": "2021-05-25T00:00:00Z", "category": "lost-sale", "summary": "removed Buffered Vitamin C to cart" } ], "supportTickets": [ { "category": "loyalty", "summary": "Not getting free shipping option", "status": "closed" } ], "socialMediaPosts": [ { "posted": "2021-06-02T00:00:00Z", "source": "twitter", "summary": "Loving the way I feel taking Micellized Vitamin D3 everyday!", "tags": [ "#companyNameGoesHere", "#vitaminD3", "#health" ] }, { "posted": "2021-06-01T00:00:00Z", "source": "twitter", "summary": "Who has the best price on Buffered Vitamin C?", "tags": [ "#vitaminC", "#health", "#buffered" ] } ], "name": "John Doe" } ] }
}

By reviewing this data, the following discoveries could be made:

  • While the customer is focused on healthy solutions, there is a strong preference for products that taste good.
  • The customer is not happy with the Buffered Vitamin C product.
  • There may be a bigger issue with being able to join a loyalty program and immediately using the free shipping option.

Conclusion

Starting in 2021, I began focusing on the following mission statement which I feel can apply to any IT professional:

“Focus your time on delivering features/functionality which extends the value of your intellectual property. Leverage frameworks, products, and services for everything else.”
– J. Vester

This mission statement provides direction and guidance on how best to reach the “success” interpretation inspired by Pat Summitt’s “winning” inspirational quote. Essentially: don’t lose your focus by trying to reinvent a solid solution which already exists.

Because “success” is tied to the desire to be successful, there is truly no end to this definition. In fact, one successful milestone is merely a signal to begin the next journey.

In this publication, we focused on maintaining the customer relationship—knowing it is a continual series of wanting to be successful. Using a Customer 360 approach provides multiple sources of data, helping you maintain a full view of the customer from your perspective.

Dgraph Cloud is an amazing SaaS solution that allows you to meet those needs. As a bonus, the service very much falls into my personal mission statement above by providing the platform for your feature teams to be successful.

Have a really great day!

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Brain Technologies raises $50M+ for the launch of Natural, a natural language search engine and ‘super app’

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Voice-based and other personal assistant apps — which use natural language and hefty AI engines in the backend to source information to address your various questions, do your e-commerce bidding, or control one electronic device or another in your home — have been around for years, but too often they have come up short when it comes to user experience, failing to nail the right solutions to your queries. Today a new app is launching from a startup that has largely been in stealth mode up to now to try to address that disparity. Brain Technologies is today announcing $50 million in funding, and along with that is releasing Natural, an iOS app, in the US market.

The $50 million (which is actually described as “over $50 million” by the company, with an exact number undisclosed), meanwhile, is coming from a very interesting mix of investors — backers include Laurene Powell Jobs’ Emerson Collective, Goodwater Capital, Scott Cook and WTT Investment, a list that underscores some of the attention that Brain has been getting, even before having released a single product.

Prior to this round, Brain had raised $1.5 million back in 2016 from an unnamed investor while still in stealth mode.

Jerry Yue, the young founder and CEO of Brain — a repeat entrepreneur and robotics enthusiast whose last company, a grocery delivery service in China called Benlai, is still going strong — said in an interview that he does not like to call Natural a “personal assistant” app, not because of the shortcomings of so many of these in the past, but because of the voice association many have with the concept.

“We don’t position ourselves as a voice assistant because we don’t think the future is voice only,” he said. “It should be the right combination of voice and native app experience.”

Instead, he describes what Natural is as the world’s first “generative computer interface”, the logical progression in digital information search.

That progression, in his view, started with the web, progressed to search engines, and then apps, before landing where he sees it today. Natural brings all of these together in some degree. Currently, you speak or type any kind of question or command into the app, which then provides a solution that might be in the form of links to other apps you might have.

For example, “I’d like sushi tonight,” will bring back options (in theory) for ordering sushi, and possibly your most favored dishes, from a selection of restaurants by way of food ordering apps that you use, or places to go eat it, as well as options for making that sushi yourself (and buying the ingredients online to do so, as well as a method).

Similarly, travel searches return results that dip into multiple silos from, say, airlines and airline aggregators that are easily editable and that you can buy directly from those results, if you already have payment details on your device. (While Google provides this to some degree, you eventually have to navigate to sites to buy tickets, which might end up significantly more expensive when you actually visit said sites.)

The more you use the app, the theory is that it will learn more about what you might want from your questions.

AI that anticipates what we are trying to say or do is something that has been attempted before, of course, but the difference here, Yue said, is in Brain’s approach, which is based on the concept of “one shot” learning, which he described as a kind of general purpose AI, “a tool that learns to use other tools.”

The alternative is a more labor-intensive approach that AI-based systems are typically built on today, largely based around keywords. “AIs from Google or Amazon are based on thousands of people and human coding to connect services,” he said. “This approach treats natural language processing as a classification problem.” In contrast, the breakthrough system he and his team have devised, he said, “has learned more than 4 million functions on its own.” Ironically, the end result of a successful AI like this is not to make us feel more technologically powerful, but to get us away from our devices, and spending time fussing on them, and into the world.

Given that this is a consumer app, it will be interesting to see how and if there is mass takeup of Natural, and whether the right combination of anticipatory AI with natural language and design come together to pique collective attention. The team and what they’ve built in any case will be a hot property, given that AI will continue to be a strong and growing presence in the tech landscape for years to come.

“What Jerry and his team are developing is incredibly special. I’m not aware of anyone doing more interesting work to demonstrate how fundamentally AI can enhance our everyday lives,” said investor Scott Cook, who was also the founder of financial software giant Intuit, in a statement.

“Many of us remember the first time we used an iPhone. The software felt magical, and every animation felt dynamic yet subtle,” said Tom Goodwin, a Natural beta customer. “Experiencing this app is the closest thing I’ve felt to that for a long time. I love the idea of one place to go for everything.”

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Brain Technologies raises $50M+ for the launch of Natural, a natural language search engine and ‘super app’

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Voice-based and other personal assistant apps — which use natural language and hefty AI engines in the backend to source information to address your various questions, do your e-commerce bidding, or control one electronic device or another in your home — have been around for years, but too often they have come up short when it comes to user experience, failing to nail the right solutions to your queries. Today a new app is launching from a startup that has largely been in stealth mode up to now to try to address that disparity. Brain Technologies is today announcing $50 million in funding, and along with that is releasing Natural, an iOS app, in the US market.

The $50 million (which is actually described as “over $50 million” by the company, with an exact number undisclosed), meanwhile, is coming from a very interesting mix of investors — backers include Laurene Powell Jobs’ Emerson Collective, Goodwater Capital, Scott Cook and WTT Investment, a list that underscores some of the attention that Brain has been getting, even before having released a single product.

Prior to this round, Brain had raised $1.5 million back in 2016 from an unnamed investor while still in stealth mode.

Jerry Yue, the young founder and CEO of Brain — a repeat entrepreneur and robotics enthusiast whose last company, a grocery delivery service in China called Benlai, is still going strong — said in an interview that he does not like to call Natural a “personal assistant” app, not because of the shortcomings of so many of these in the past, but because of the voice association many have with the concept.

“We don’t position ourselves as a voice assistant because we don’t think the future is voice only,” he said. “It should be the right combination of voice and native app experience.”

Instead, he describes what Natural is as the world’s first “generative computer interface”, the logical progression in digital information search.

That progression, in his view, started with the web, progressed to search engines, and then apps, before landing where he sees it today. Natural brings all of these together in some degree. Currently, you speak or type any kind of question or command into the app, which then provides a solution that might be in the form of links to other apps you might have.

For example, “I’d like sushi tonight,” will bring back options (in theory) for ordering sushi, and possibly your most favored dishes, from a selection of restaurants by way of food ordering apps that you use, or places to go eat it, as well as options for making that sushi yourself (and buying the ingredients online to do so, as well as a method).

Similarly, travel searches return results that dip into multiple silos from, say, airlines and airline aggregators that are easily editable and that you can buy directly from those results, if you already have payment details on your device. (While Google provides this to some degree, you eventually have to navigate to sites to buy tickets, which might end up significantly more expensive when you actually visit said sites.)

The more you use the app, the theory is that it will learn more about what you might want from your questions.

AI that anticipates what we are trying to say or do is something that has been attempted before, of course, but the difference here, Yue said, is in Brain’s approach, which is based on the concept of “one shot” learning, which he described as a kind of general purpose AI, “a tool that learns to use other tools.”

The alternative is a more labor-intensive approach that AI-based systems are typically built on today, largely based around keywords. “AIs from Google or Amazon are based on thousands of people and human coding to connect services,” he said. “This approach treats natural language processing as a classification problem.” In contrast, the breakthrough system he and his team have devised, he said, “has learned more than 4 million functions on its own.” Ironically, the end result of a successful AI like this is not to make us feel more technologically powerful, but to get us away from our devices, and spending time fussing on them, and into the world.

Given that this is a consumer app, it will be interesting to see how and if there is mass takeup of Natural, and whether the right combination of anticipatory AI with natural language and design come together to pique collective attention. The team and what they’ve built in any case will be a hot property, given that AI will continue to be a strong and growing presence in the tech landscape for years to come.

“What Jerry and his team are developing is incredibly special. I’m not aware of anyone doing more interesting work to demonstrate how fundamentally AI can enhance our everyday lives,” said investor Scott Cook, who was also the founder of financial software giant Intuit, in a statement.

“Many of us remember the first time we used an iPhone. The software felt magical, and every animation felt dynamic yet subtle,” said Tom Goodwin, a Natural beta customer. “Experiencing this app is the closest thing I’ve felt to that for a long time. I love the idea of one place to go for everything.”

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Redwood Materials raises $700M to expand its battery recycling operation

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Redwood Materials CEO JB Straubel shared his aspirations last year to turn the startup he co-founded in 2017 into one of the world’s major battery recycling companies. Now, the former Tesla co-founder and CTO has the money to accelerate those plans.

Redwood Materials said Wednesday it raised $700 million from high-profile institutional investors and venture firms, providing the capital needed to expand its existing operations well beyond its Carson City, Nevada, home base to locations throughout North America and even into Europe.

The Series C round was led by funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates and included Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Baillie Gifford, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, and Fidelity. Previous investors — Capricorn’s Technology Impact Fund, Bill Gates’ Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Amazon’s Climate Pledge Fund — returned to put more capital into Redwood. Valor Equity Partners, Emerson Collective and Franklin Templeton also participated, the company said.

Redwood previously raised $40 million in a Series B and some seed money, which brings its total raise under $800 million, according to the company.

The company’s post-funding valuation is $3.7 billion, according to a source familiar with the investment round. Redwood declined to comment on the figure.

Redwood Materials is aiming to create a circular supply chain. This closed-loop system, Straubel said, will be essential if the world’s battery cell producers hope to have the supply needed for consumer electronics and the coming wave of electric vehicles.

Redwood recycles scrap from battery cell production and consumer electronics like cell phone batteries, laptop computers, power tools, power banks, scooters and electric bicycles. It then processes these discarded goods, extracting materials like cobalt, nickel and lithium that are typically mined, and then supplies those back to its customers, which today includes Panasonic at the Gigafactory in Nevada that it operates with Tesla and Envision AESC’s battery plant in Tennessee. Redwood has also partnered with Amazon to recycle EV and other lithium-ion batteries and e-waste from parts of their businesses.

“In our view, the need for these materials will grow exponentially over time as we enter the era of de-carbonization,” Joe Fath, portfolio manager of the T. Rowe Price Growth Stock Fund, said in a statement, adding that “Redwood is well-positioned to be at the forefront of tackling this emerging and critically important problem.”

Straubel sees a bottleneck coming as the whole supply chain seeks to access critical materials. That will affect the growth rate and challenge automakers like Ford, GM and Volkswagen that have laid out ambitious plans to electrify their portfolios.

That problem is likely to compound as more automakers go down the electric path. Last week, Mercedes-Benz said it will spend €40 billion ($47 billion) to become an electric-only automaker by the end of the decade. The German automaker determined it will need battery capacity of more than 200 gigawatt-hours. To meet those needs, Mercedes plans to set up eight battery factories with existing partners and one new partner to produce cells.

Straubel said it’s time for Redwood to scale more aggressively.

Those plans were already well underway even before it closed the $700 million round, Straubel noted. The company announced in June it had purchased 100 acres of land near the Gigafactory that Panasonic operates with Tesla in Sparks, Nevada. Redwood now has some operations at the site.

Redwood is also in the process of nearly tripling the size of its existing 150,000-square-foot facility in Carson City, Nevada. The new 400,000-square-foot addition onto the recycling facility is expected to be operational by the end of the year.

To support the growth, Redwood started hiring more employees, with plans to add more than 500 jobs over the next two years. Redwood employs more than 130 people today.

The company has expanded in other ways as well, including the launch of a program that allows consumers to send in personal electronics such as smartphones to be recycled.

“This additional equity to some extent helps us finish all those things, but it’s not really the primary purpose for all of it,” Straubel said.

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Source: https://techcrunch.com/2021/07/28/redwood-materials-raises-700m-to-expand-its-battery-recycling-operation/

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Redwood Materials raises $700M to expand its battery recycling operation

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Redwood Materials CEO JB Straubel shared his aspirations last year to turn the startup he co-founded in 2017 into one of the world’s major battery recycling companies. Now, the former Tesla co-founder and CTO has the money to accelerate those plans.

Redwood Materials said Wednesday it raised $700 million from high-profile institutional investors and venture firms, providing the capital needed to expand its existing operations well beyond its Carson City, Nevada, home base to locations throughout North America and even into Europe.

The Series C round was led by funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates and included Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Baillie Gifford, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, and Fidelity. Previous investors — Capricorn’s Technology Impact Fund, Bill Gates’ Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Amazon’s Climate Pledge Fund — returned to put more capital into Redwood. Valor Equity Partners, Emerson Collective and Franklin Templeton also participated, the company said.

Redwood previously raised $40 million in a Series B and some seed money, which brings its total raise under $800 million, according to the company.

The company’s post-funding valuation is $3.7 billion, according to a source familiar with the investment round. Redwood declined to comment on the figure.

Redwood Materials is aiming to create a circular supply chain. This closed-loop system, Straubel said, will be essential if the world’s battery cell producers hope to have the supply needed for consumer electronics and the coming wave of electric vehicles.

Redwood recycles scrap from battery cell production and consumer electronics like cell phone batteries, laptop computers, power tools, power banks, scooters and electric bicycles. It then processes these discarded goods, extracting materials like cobalt, nickel and lithium that are typically mined, and then supplies those back to its customers, which today includes Panasonic at the Gigafactory in Nevada that it operates with Tesla and Envision AESC’s battery plant in Tennessee. Redwood has also partnered with Amazon to recycle EV and other lithium-ion batteries and e-waste from parts of their businesses.

“In our view, the need for these materials will grow exponentially over time as we enter the era of de-carbonization,” Joe Fath, portfolio manager of the T. Rowe Price Growth Stock Fund, said in a statement, adding that “Redwood is well-positioned to be at the forefront of tackling this emerging and critically important problem.”

Straubel sees a bottleneck coming as the whole supply chain seeks to access critical materials. That will affect the growth rate and challenge automakers like Ford, GM and Volkswagen that have laid out ambitious plans to electrify their portfolios.

That problem is likely to compound as more automakers go down the electric path. Last week, Mercedes-Benz said it will spend €40 billion ($47 billion) to become an electric-only automaker by the end of the decade. The German automaker determined it will need battery capacity of more than 200 gigawatt-hours. To meet those needs, Mercedes plans to set up eight battery factories with existing partners and one new partner to produce cells.

Straubel said it’s time for Redwood to scale more aggressively.

Those plans were already well underway even before it closed the $700 million round, Straubel noted. The company announced in June it had purchased 100 acres of land near the Gigafactory that Panasonic operates with Tesla in Sparks, Nevada. Redwood now has some operations at the site.

Redwood is also in the process of nearly tripling the size of its existing 150,000-square-foot facility in Carson City, Nevada. The new 400,000-square-foot addition onto the recycling facility is expected to be operational by the end of the year.

To support the growth, Redwood started hiring more employees, with plans to add more than 500 jobs over the next two years. Redwood employs more than 130 people today.

The company has expanded in other ways as well, including the launch of a program that allows consumers to send in personal electronics such as smartphones to be recycled.

“This additional equity to some extent helps us finish all those things, but it’s not really the primary purpose for all of it,” Straubel said.

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Source: https://techcrunch.com/2021/07/28/redwood-materials-raises-700m-to-expand-its-battery-recycling-operation/

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