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  • The EU unveiled its first-ever legislative package attempting to regulate the production and use of artificial intelligence on Friday. The AI Act purports to take a “risk-based approach” to the technology, prioritizing restrictions on those aspects believed to pose the most danger to society. The legislation initiates transparency requirements for all general-purpose AI models, with stronger requirements for larger and more powerful models that could pose “systemic risks to the Union,” MEP Dragos Tudorache, one of the lead negotiators, told reporters on Friday. “High-risk” uses of AI are classified as those posing a significant potential harm to health, safety, fundamental rights, environment, democracy and the rule of law under the new legislation, which specifically mentions the insurance and banking sectors as well as election- and voting-related systems as areas requiring stringent safety-testing before public deployment.


  • Sweden is not even in NATO yet—amid the continuing holdup and objections from Turkey and Hungary—but that didn’t stop the US and Sweden this week from brokering a deal to let American troops have wide use of Swedish military bases for the first time. The newly inked Defense Cooperation Agreement (DCA) this week signals Stockholm finally and fully abandoning its its centuries-old policy of neutrality, given the Pentagon has confirmed that US forces can now “operate in Sweden, including the legal status of US military personnel, access to deployment areas (and) prepositioning of military materiel.”


  • Farmers carrying signs that said “France, do you still want your farmers?” and “Without support, France is starving” sprayed manure on the offices of Brittany Regional Council in Rennes. French farmers are dumping vast quantities of manure on government buildings to protest against excessive environmental regulations that threaten their way of life. The farmers are protesting against excessive regulations and climate hysteria technocracy that threatens to ruin their livelihoods, as well as an EU ban on glyphosate.


  • A new systematic review has been published in Archives of Disease in Childhood, one of the journals of the British Medical Journal, by Sandlund et al. titled ‘Child mask mandates for COVID-19: a systematic review‘.an adult website before watching porn under new rules to protect children. Since no randomised controlled trials have even been conducted on child mask-wearing or mask mandates, the authors systematically reviewed observational studies and included 22 in the final analysis: six found child mask mandates were associated with lower rates of infection; the other 16 didn’t. ~ Guy Gin


  • Brits may be forced to take a selfie and upload it to an adult website before watching porn under new rules to protect children. Ofcom could force websites to use “facial age estimation” technology to confirm users are age appropriate. Such technology is seen as more “privacy-friendly” because it would avoid viewers having to upload personal IDs or credit card information. ~ Paul Joseph Watson


  • On Thursday, X CEO Linda Yaccarino revealed, “More than 10 million people have signed up for X so far this December!” Even though Yaccarino disclosed the December sign-ups for the first week, she did not provide year-over-year or monthly averages. In July, Elon Musk revealed X had 540 million monthly users, and more recently, he posted, “Guess we’re not dead yet,” while referring to X traffic data on Google that surpassed rival Instagram and Facebook.


  • The Egypt–Israel peace treaty which was the result of the historic Camp David Accords of 1978 has for decades since been considered the cornerstone ensuring regional peace and stability of Arab relations with Israel. But even such treaties with large state actors (also Jordan) are increasingly under threat due to Oct.7 and the ongoing Gaza War, as Egypt has reportedly warned the US and Israel that if the floodgates break on Palestinian refugees pouring into its country, “a rupture” in relations between Egypt and Israel would likely result.


  • Addressing reporters in a press briefing in Geneva, UN Under Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Martin Griffiths outlined the dire situation in Gaza, saying that plans to protect non-combatants are “in tatters” as Israel’s military moves south. “We do not have a humanitarian operation in southern Gaza that can be called by that name anymore,” he said on Thursday, adding that Israeli attacks have “made no place safe for civilians in southern Gaza, which had been a cornerstone of the humanitarian plan to protect civilians and thus to provide aid to them. But without places of safety, that plan is in tatters.”


  • In an exception to the state’s restrictive abortion law, a Texas judge on Thursday granted permission for a woman to abort the abnormal fetus she has been carrying for 20 weeks. Kate Cox’s unborn baby has been diagnosed with trisomy 18, a chromosomal disorder that almost universally results in miscarriage, stillbirth, or death within a year of birth. Also called Edwards’ syndrome, the condition causes a variety of abnormalities, affecting the skull, heart and other organs. Of those who make it to birth, less than 10% survive a year, and frequently have major intellectual impairments.


  • EU diplomats and think tank officials have been contacting former US President Donald Trump’s associates to figure out whether he would pull the US out of NATO if he returns to the White House, the New York Times reported on Friday.
    A host of former Trump administration officials and anti-Trump pundits have claimed in recent weeks that a second Trump presidency would herald the collapse of NATO, and that panic has reportedly spread to the EU. “European ambassadors and think tank officials have been making pilgrimages to associates of Mr. Trump to inquire about his intentions,” the New York Times reported, citing anonymous sources. These officials included Finland’s ambassador to the US, Mikko Hautala, who the newspaper said “reached out directly to Mr. Trump and sought to persuade him of his country’s value to NATO as a new member.”


  • Kiev’s “cunning propaganda” suggesting that a Russian victory in Ukraine will inevitably be followed up with attacks on NATO countries are little more than a form of “demagoguery” and “blackmail” completely detached from reality. That’s according to an editorial published in Polish politics journal Mysl Polska. “An Estonian military officer has formulated the following thesis: that ‘there are only two options: either Ukraine will win, or there will be World War III’. This ridiculous proposition is probably shared by a large part of Ukraine’s supporters in our country,” the alternative conservative media outlet wrote, pointing to efforts by some actors to convince the public “that a Ukrainian defeat will mean we will definitely be attacked by Russia.” But the latter claim is little more than a “cunning propaganda move by Kiev aimed at maintaining Western policy of unconditional military and financial support,” with these kind of “demagogic statements…often used by Ukrainian politicians as blackmail (for example, during the Polish truckers’ protests). This trick is also used by the failing administration of Joe Biden, which frightens the countries of NATO’s eastern flank with the prospect of an attack by Russia,” the journal emphasized.


  • Six teenagers have been convicted for their role in the murder of French teacher Samuel Paty in 2020. Paty was killed by a Muslim refugee who took offense to his depiction of the Prophet Mohammed during a lesson on free speech Paty, a history and geography teacher, was stabbed to death and beheaded near his school in the Paris suburb of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine in 2020. His killer, an 18-year-old Chechen who arrived in France with his family as an asylum seeker aged six, was shot dead by police at the scene. Prior to his murder, Paty had shown students images of the Islamic Prophet Mohammed during a lesson on blasphemy and free speech law.


  • Ukraine “will die” without continued US military aid, President Vladimir Zelensky’s wife, Elena Zelenskaya, has told British state broadcaster, the BBC. Zelenskaya’s plea came a day after US Republicans shot down a bill that would have given Kiev more than $60 billion worth of arms, ammunition, and training. In an interview taped on Thursday, Zelenskaya claimed that she sees “signs that the passionate willingness to help [Ukraine] may fade.”


  • US President Joe Biden’s son suffered a sharp cut in pay from Ukraine’s Burisma Holdings when his father left office as vice president in 2017 and Donald Trump’s administration took charge in Washington, a new criminal indictment against Hunter Biden has revealed. The Ukrainian energy company hired Hunter Biden as a board member in 2014, despite his lack of industry expertise, and was paying him $1 million annually while then-Vice President Joe Biden was overseeing Washington’s support for Kiev. In March 2017, two months after the Obama-Biden administration left office and Trump took over as president, Hunter Biden’s compensation was cut in half, according to a federal indictment filed on Thursday.


  • India’s second-richest man, Gautam Adani, who is developing the world’s largest green energy park in the Rann of Kutch desert in the Gujarat state bordering Pakistan, has shared a glimpse of the project that he claims will power 20 million homes. Posting on X (formerly Twitter), Adani stated that the “monumental project” is “visible even from space.” “We will generate 30 GW to power over 20 million homes,” Adani said in his post, adding that it marks a “significant milestone” in India’s journey towards sustainable energy.


  • Japanese militarization envisaging doubling the nation’s defense spending within the next five years has sparked concerns among many countries of the Asia-Pacific region, considering the nation’s past. Japan, which has embarked on an unprecedented military build-up of late, is at “a historic crossroads,” and must develop nuclear weapons, former editor for The New York Times Barry Gewen has argued.


  • Many in the West thought military conflict between Russia and Ukraine would spell doom for Russian leader Vladimir Putin. But instead the operation has only strengthened the longtime president’s political resilience. That’s according to Paolo Raffone, the director of CIPI Foundation in Brussels, who spoke to Sputnik in light of Putin’s recent announcement that he’d seek reelection in 2024. “One critical mistake in any military confrontation is to underestimate the enemy,” noted Raffone. “Since the outset of the Russian operation, the Western propaganda machine has diffused reports ridiculing Russian strategies, forces, and capabilities.”


  • A recent archaeological discovery in Zhejiang Province, East China, has unveiled an ancient rice paddy dating back approximately 5,300 to 5,500 years, according to a news source. The find, encompassing approximately 1,000 square meters, has been made in the heart of the Neolithic-era Hemudu culture zone, a central site of ancient human activity, as reported by the Ningbo Municipal Research Academy of Cultural Heritage Management. During the excavation, archaeologists uncovered three ridges, nine pits, and traces of rice and weeds. They also discovered an irrigation and drainage system and a path that connected the rice field to neighboring homes.


  • Renewed scrutiny of decades-old fossils from Colombia has resulted in a surprising discovery: specimens previously thought to be from plants have been found to actually be the remains of baby turtles. The findings were published recently in the journal Palaeontologia Electronica. Fabiany Herrera and his student Héctor Palma-Castro of the Field Museum in Chicago had undertaken an examination of fossils unearthed between the 1950s and 1970s in Colombia. The specimens were collected near the town of Villa de Levya by Catholic priest Padre Gustavo Huertas. A subset of the fossils, appearing to represent the leaves of plants, were classified by the priest in 2003 as belonging to the plant species Sphenophyllum colombianum. Recalling a character from the Pokemon video game that’s part-turtle, part-plant, researchers nicknamed the specimens “Turtwig.”

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