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  • A lawsuit against Astrazeneca was won by a 37-year-old from Genoa, Italy, who obtained compensation for the serious adverse reactions suffered after the administration of the anti-Covid vaccine in March 2021. It is the same period around which the majority of civil and criminal appeals against the pharmaceutical company are concentrated. Also in Genoa, five doctors are under investigation for the death of 18-year-old Camilla Canepa on 10 July of that year, with charges ranging from manslaughter to forgery. She had undergone the vaccine at an open day. The autopsy established that she had no previous pathologies and that her death was “reasonably related to an adverse effect of the administration of the anti-Covid vaccine”, whose symptoms, however, were underestimated.

 

  • It seemed like an ordinary club, with a chairman, a treasurer and a board of long-serving and respected members. Everyone had a nickname and there were the usual petty rows: grumbles that too many members were being allowed in without going through the official channels or being approved by the hierarchy. But it was the sinister entry fee that exposed the fact that this was no ordinary club: each new member had to supply 10,000 pornographic images of children. This was the Wonderland Club, an international online paedophile ring. The international investigation to crack the ring was the biggest in policing history, taking in 13 countries and 180 men. Led by British officers, on 2 September 1998 police forces simultaneously kicked in the doors of 107 homes and made 104 arrests. In a perverse paedophile version of Hollywood, certain children became ‘stars’. The images were so appalling that National Crime Squad officers who had to sift through the mountain of material had compulsory therapy sessions to help them deal with what they saw. Police continue to study the images for details that will help to track where the pictures or films were made. Investigations may have stopped the group distributing images but their origination, the actual sexual abuse, remains under investigation. More than 1,263 children were featured in the pictures – but only 17 had been identified – six in the UK, seven in the United States, one in Portugal, one in Chile, and one in Argentina. An album of the children involved has been created and posted on Interpol’s website to help police forces from around the world trace the victims of abuse.

 

  • Flowers left on graves in a cemetery are regularly devoured by wild deer as the cold climate reduces the natural foliage they can feed on. Mourners have questioned why tributes left in Craigmillar Castle Park cemetery have disappeared in recent weeks with staff warning the cold snap has caused an escalation in deer activity in the cemetery. “What started with sporadic consumption of a few plants, a few bouquets of flowers, has now become a consistently repetitive problem,” said municipal spokeswoman Monika Kowoll-Ferger. The situation – according to the municipal administration – has been going on since 2021. The German city has decided to kill seven deer.

 

  • The first super-Earth astronomers ever discovered has given off strange signals for nearly two decades, and scientists may have finally figured out why. Volcanoes on this hellish world periodically open up and spew hot gas that forms an atmosphere, only for that atmosphere to burn off and leave the planet bald again, a new study suggests. Testing that theory will involve training the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) on the strange exoplanet. The planet, 55 Cancri e, is a rocky world about eight times as massive as our planet and was discovered in 2004 around 40 light-years from Earth.

 

  • Ludwig van Beethoven may have gone deaf from lead poisoning caused by a penchant for fish and wine, Harvard scientists suggest. The composer was beset by health issues throughout his life, including deafness, gastrointestinal problems as well as liver and kidney disease. But two locks of hair, confirmed as belonging to the composer, have been analysed and found to contain levels of lead up to 95 times higher than normal. Scientists say this was likely not enough to have killed Beethoven, but it would have likely caused illness which may have manifested as hearing loss. Lead had long been suspected as being behind many of his health woes, with some claiming it likely killed him.

 

  • TikTok will begin labeling content created using artificial intelligence when it’s uploaded from outside its own platform. TikTok says its efforts are an attempt to combat misinformation from being spread on its social media platform. “AI enables incredible creative opportunities, but can confuse or mislead viewers if they don’t know content was AI-generated,” the company said in a prepared statement Thursday. “Labeling helps make that context clear—which is why we label AIGC made with TikTok AI effects, and have required creators to label realistic AIGC for over a year.”

 

  • OpenAI’s usage policies curently prohibit sexually explicit or even suggestive materials, but a “commentary” note on part of the Model Spec related to that rule says the company is considering how to permit such content. “We’re exploring whether we can responsibly provide the ability to generate NSFW content in age-appropriate contexts through the API and ChatGPT,” the note says, using a colloquial term for content considered “not safe for work” contexts. “We look forward to better understanding user and societal expectations of model behavior in this area.” The Model Spec document says NSFW content “may include erotica, extreme gore, slurs, and unsolicited profanity.” It is unclear if OpenAI’s explorations of how to responsibly make NSFW content envisage loosening its usage policy only slightly, for example to permit generation of erotic text, or more broadly to allow descriptions or depictions of violence.

 

  • The head of public relations at China’s biggest search engine Baidu has apologised after her comments glorifying a work-till-you-drop culture sparked public outcry. In a series of videos posted on Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, Qu Jing, said she had no responsibility for employees’ well-being “as I’m not your mother”. She also threatened retaliation against subordinates who complained about her management. “I can make it impossible for you to find a job in this industry with just a short essay,” she wrote. On Wednesday, Ms Qu acknowledged that her posts – which have since been taken down – drew “very pertinent” criticism. “I deeply reflect on and humbly accept them,” she wrote on WeChat. The furore stirred by Ms Qu highlights the notoriously poor work-life balance in China’s tech workplaces. Alibaba founder Jack Ma had famously called it a “blessing” for anyone to be part of the “996 work culture”, where people work 9am to 9pm, six days a week. China steps in to regulate brutal ‘996’ work culture. China’s new ‘tang ping’ trend aims to highlight pressures of work culture. In one of her earlier videos, Ms Qu claimed to be so caught up in her work that she does not know which grade her son is in. In another video, she said: “If you work in public relations, don’t expect weekends off”. “Keep your phone on 24 hours a day, always ready to respond,” she said. Baidu has not commented on the matter.

 

  • A cruise ship sailed into a New York City port on Saturday with a 44-foot endangered whale lying dead across its bow. A spokesperson for MSC Cruises said the whale was on the MSC Meraviglia, which docked at the Port of Brooklyn before sailing to its next destination. “We can confirm with deep regret that on Saturday a whale was discovered on the bow of our ship as the vessel approached the port of New York, Sidney Sterling, director of media relations for MSC Cruises told Fox News Digital. “We immediately notified the relevant authorities, who are now conducting an examination of the whale.” The whale, identified as an endangered sei whale, was caught on the ship’s bow when it arrived in Brooklyn on Saturday, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration fisheries spokesperson Andrea Gomez said.

 

  • When Ana Schultz, a 25-year-old from Rock Falls, Illinois, misses her husband Kyle, who passed away in February 2023, she asks him for cooking advice. She loads up Snapchat My AI, the social media platform’s artificial intelligence chatbot, and messages Kyle the ingredients she has left in the fridge; he suggests what to make. Or rather, his likeness in the form of an AI avatar does. The Snapchat My AI feature — which is powered by the popular AI chatbot tool ChatGPT — typically offers recommendations, answers questions and “talks” with users. But some users like Schultz are using this and other tools to recreate the likeness of, and communicate with, the dead. The concept isn’t entirely new. People have wanted to reconnect with deceased loved ones for centuries, whether they’ve visited mediums and spiritualists or leaned on services that preserve their memory. But what’s new now is that AI can make those loved ones say or do things they never said or did in life, raising both ethical concerns and questions around whether this helps or hinders the grieving process. “It’s a novelty that piggybacks on the AI hype, and people feel like there’s money to be made,” said Mark Sample, a professor of digital studies at Davidson College who routinely teaches a course called “Death in the Digital Age.” “Although companies offer related products, ChatGPT is making it easier for hobbyists to play around with the concept too, for better or worse.”

 

  • Russia and China are working out the technical means to deploy and install a nuclear power plant on the lunar surface sometime between 2033 and 2035, with its creation necessitated by the need for a compact, reliable, long-term and durable nuclear energy source on the lunar surface, Roscosmos chief Yuri Borisov said. Borisov pointed out that lunar nights last the equivalent of approximately 14 Earth days. In such conditions, conventional solar panels cannot hope to accumulate enough power to ensure the operation of the prospective Russia and China-led International Lunar Research Station project over such a long period of time. The International Lunar Research Station project, presently in its reconnaissance phase, is expected to begin construction in 2026, with utilization set to start from 2036 onward, if everything goes to plan. Over a dozen countries have signed on to the project – which is expected to culminate in crewed lunar exploration and research missions.
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News Burst 18 May 2024 The Pentagon has raised fears a quaint Swiss Alps hotel bought by a Chinese family may have been a spying post for Beijing due to its proximity to an F-35 jet airstrip. Hotel Rossli, in picturesque Unterbach, was purchased by the Wang family for...

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News Burst 17 May 2024 NATO-CIA secret terror army ‘Operation Gladio’ up to its old tricks again?On May 15, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was shot and wounded in Handlova.Meanwhile, on the night of May 14-15, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan convened an...

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News Burst 16 May 2024 The Slovak PM Robert Fico was shot on Wednesday, during a visit to the town of Handlova, and was rushed to hospital for surgery in a serious condition. His attacker has been arrested but his identity and motives have not yet been revealed....

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News Burst 14 May 2024 Araku Valley, India – Gemmala Sita is proud of the coffee beans she grows on what is among the world’s largest organic, fair-trade plantations. Her Arabica beans end up as steaming cups of coffee in the chic cafes of Paris and Dubai, Stockholm...

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News Burst 13 May 2024 ​AI can now outsmart you by lies and deception, researchers warn. AI systems are already skilled at deceiving and manipulating humans. New research suggests that some artificial intelligence (AI) systems have learned to deceive humans. This...

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