Andrew Yang was a democratic presidential candidate and advocated for a universal basic income to counteract the negative affects of Industry 4.0 (IoT + AI) in the workplace.
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by a huge number of methods, (2) they present a significant improvement over conventional oral and intravenous routes of administration in terms of efficiency and effectiveness, (3) delivers a higher concentration of pharmaceutical agent to the required location, (4) the selection of polymer and the capability of modifying drug release from polymeric nanoparticles have made them typical choice for cancer therapy, delivery of vaccines, contraceptives and delivery of targeted antibiotics and (5) Polymeric nanoparticles can be easily included into other activities related to drug delivery, such as tissue engineering. In nanoparticles formulations wide variety of polymers can be used according to the nature of drug and usage. (i.e.) Biodegradable polymers for short term therapy (e.g. Chemotherapeutic agents) and non-biodegradable polymers for long term therapy (e.g. Vaccines) . The PNPs are obtained from synthetic polymers, such as poly- Ɛ-caprolactone , poly-acrylamide  and polyacrylate , or natural polymers, e.g., Albumin , DNA, chitosan [88, 89] and gelatin .Based on in vivo behavior, PNPs may be classified as biodegradable, i.e., Poly (L-lactide) (PLA) , polyglycolide (PGA) , and non biodegradable, e.g. Polyurethane . The drug release along the GIT can be controlled using pH-sensitive materials, in which the drug is released particularly in the small intestine near the absorption site. PH-dependent materials, which are insoluble in the acidic medium of the stomach, but dissolve in the intestinal fluid, are called enteric materials [94, 95]. These materials have been used to avoid the degradation of labile drugs caused by the acidic medium or gastric enzymes, to lessen irritation of the gastric mucosa, and to deliver drugs selectively to the site of absorption [94, 95]. Enteric coating materials are polymers, which have acid groups. In the acidic medium of the stomach the acid groups are nonionized, and the coating material is insoluble. Fast dissolution and dr>