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  • ChatGPT creator OpenAI is working with the US military on several artificial intelligence projects after dropping a prohibition on the use of its technologies for “military and warfare” purposes, a company executive told Bloomberg on Tuesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The AI pioneer is developing “open-source cybersecurity software” and discussing how to prevent suicides among military veterans with the US government, OpenAI vice president of global affairs Anna Makanju said. While Makanju did not elaborate on either project, she explained that OpenAI’s decision to remove a blanket prohibition on the use of its AI tech for “military and warfare” applications was in line with a broader policy update “to adjust to new uses of ChatGPT and its other tools,” according to Bloomberg.

 

  • Elon Musk – I am uncomfortable growing Tesla to be a leader in AI & robotics without having ~25% voting control. Enough to be influential, but not so much that I can’t be overturned. Unless that is the case, I would prefer to build products outside of Tesla. You don’t seem to understand that Tesla is not one startup, but a dozen. Simply look at the delta between what Tesla does and GM. As for stock ownership itself being enough motivation, Fidelity and other own similar stakes to me. Why don’t they show up for work?

 

  • The BRICS Summit in 2023 was hailed by many pundits as having a substantial impact on the global balance of power, spelling an end to the Western-centric world order. BRICS and the Global South are offering “a new world order” to the “Western-centric”, Angelo Giuliano, a Hong Kong-based political and financial analyst, told Sputnik. The vision is “strong opposition” to that of the Western-dominated World Economic Forum, suggested the analyst. “The rest of the world, BRICS and the Global South… is opposing the values of a Western-centric world controlled by the very few, the old powerful families and the likes of Blackjacks and other banksters,” Giuliano noted.

 

  • Beijing has rejected Kiev’s request to hold a meeting between the Ukrainian and Chinese delegations on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Politico reported on Wednesday, citing unnamed US officials. The Ukrainian delegation, including President Volodymyr Zelensky, left Davos without meeting with the Chinese delegation led by Premier Li Qiang, although Kiev clearly expressed its intent to hold such a meeting, the report said.

 

  • European broadcasting outlet ARTE recently released a short investigative documentary titled “China: Colonization Influencers,” about influencers on Chinese social media who promote Han settlement in Xinjiang. The investigation is part of ARTE’s “SOURCES” series, which uses OSINT methods to uncover human rights abuses. It is the latest evidence of the CCP’s efforts to dislodge Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities of the region, and part of a broader set of policies that the U.N. has concluded may constitute crimes against humanity, if not genocide. Here is the introduction of the ARTE investigation: In China, Xinjiang is the historic cradle of the Uyghurs, a Muslim minority persecuted by the central government. SOURCES reveals how Chinese influencers are inciting people from all over the country to come colonize this province.

 

  • Highgate cemetery in north London is preparing some new plots, which means you could be buried next to Karl Marx. It will cost you, though: while a cremation plot is £5,000, a full grave will set you back “upwards of” £25,000. For comparison, plots in Gap Road cemetery in Merton, south-west London, start at £1,545 for a cremation and £4,525 for a burial. Marx’s grave is tourist attraction and provocation. Those visiting are not necessarily communists, since they could be on their way to see the graves of either of the Georges (Michael and Eliot), but those defacing or seeking to blow up the tomb are consistently anti-communists. The most recent graffiti, in 2019, read “ideology of starving” and “architect of genocide”. I suppose it’s too much to ask that graffiti writer to listen to the lectures of the radical geographer David Harvey before they undertake any more grave-based proselytising.

 

  • Caviar, magic mushrooms, gold-leaf desserts, A-list selfies, $2,500-per-night hookers and secret dinners are likely to be on the menu as scores of private jets touch down in Switzerland as soon as Sunday to bring the world’s elite to the small Alpine resort town of Davos for what’s officially known as The World Economic Forum 2024. More than 3000 masters of the universe are expected to show up for the 54th annual event at the Alpine resort nestled in the snowy Landwasser valley. The theme this year is “Rebuilding Trust.” “You can almost smell the magic of the place when you’re there,” a well-connected Davos regular told The Post. “Everyone’s got an agenda and you never know who you’re going to run into when you come out of the restroom. It could be Bill Gates.

 

  • Google is laying off hundreds of employees in its advertising sales team, the Alphabet-owned (GOOGL.O), opens new tab company said on Tuesday, marking the latest cuts at the search giant. The move adds to signs that job cuts will continue this year, as companies look to adopt artificial intelligence software and automation to lighten workloads. Last week, Google said it would lay off several employees in its Voice Assistant units, hardware teams responsible for Pixel, Nest and Fitbit, as well as in its augmented reality team.

 

  • Aleph Farms received regulatory approval in the form of a “No Questions” letter from Israel’s Ministry of Health for its cultivated beef manufacturing process. Aleph, an Israel-based cellular agriculture company, says it is the first company to receive this kind of approval for cultivated beef. Aleph Farms was founded in 2017 by Didier Toubia, Neta Lavon, Shulamit Levenberg and The Kitchen Hub. In the years since, the company unveiled products including a cultivated thin-cut beef steak, cultivated ribeye steak and cultivated collagen. Under the brand Aleph Cuts, the company is launching its first product, a cultivated beef steak grown from non-modified cells of a Black Angus cow and a plant protein matrix made of soy and wheat.

 

  • Saudi Arabia – In a significant development for the Trojena resort project, Neom has awarded Italian contractor WeBuild a SAR 20 billion contract to construct dams, according to MEED reports on January 15. MEED also reported that the scope of work includes establishing the lakebed line and laying foundations for the Bow Building. This remarkable concrete structure is positioned at one end of the lake and will overhang the valley below while incorporating a luxurious hotel. Located in the heart of NEOM, Trojena is positioned 50 kilometers from the Gulf of Aqaba coast. The region is characterized by a mountain range boasting Saudi Arabia’s highest peaks, reaching approximately 2,600 meters above sea level. Trojena aims to redefine visitors’ and residents’ perceptions of mountain resorts by showcasing exceptional design, advanced architecture, and cutting-edge technology that seamlessly integrates reality with the virtual world.

 

  • Ukrainian statehood poses a “mortal danger” for its people, since its very existence creates a “100% probability” of a new conflict with Moscow, former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has warned. “Any Ukraine” poses this threat, regardless of its political regime or leadership, according to Medvedev, who currently serves as the deputy head of the Russian Security Council. “The presence of an independent state on historical Russian territories will now be a perpetual reason for the resumption of hostilities,” he said. “It’s too late. No matter who is at the helm of the cancerous growth under the name of Ukraine, this will not add legitimacy to their rule and the legitimacy of the ‘country’ itself.”

 

  • Exactly 200 days passed between June 30, 1960, when Patrice Lumumba made his iconic independence speech, and January 17, 1961, when he said his last words. During that time, Lumumba became one of the most famous people on Earth: a hero for Africa but a villain for the West. He was a dazzling star – exactly the kind they wanted to snuff out. In 1900, 90% of the African continent was under European control. Of all that land, 11% belonged to King Leopold II of Belgium. The Congo Free State was his personal domain – and a profitable one. The invention of the pneumatic tire swelled world’s demand for natural rubber, of which the Congo Free State was one of the primary sources. To meet the demand, King Leopold’s colonial officials set quotas for how many kilos of rubber natives had to pay as tax. Failure to achieve the norm resulted in harsh repressions: the Force Publique, the king’s private army, would arrive, set huts aflame, and shoot people at random. As proof that their bullets had been rightly spent, troops chopped off their victims’ right hands and piled them in baskets. The Congo Free State became hell on Earth. While it is true that in all colonies Europeans ruled with an iron fist, at least they attempted to offer a veneer of legality. In King Leopold’s Congo, there was no law.

 

  • Immigration to the EU in 2024 will increase beyond record levels set in 2016, an Austrian-based think-tank has warned. With opposition parties across the continent threatening a crackdown on illegal arrivals, the International Center for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) has predicted a rush to get in before the doors close. When all people who legally entered are added, the total suggests that 3.5 million people migrated to the EU in 2023. Ahead of a full report on the issue due for release next week, the ICMPD predicted that war and conflict would cause “record displacement levels” around the world this year. At the same time, more economic migrants will journey to Europe seeking employment before European countries potentially introduce restrictions following elections this year.

 

  • The right-wing Alternative for Germany (AFD) party is seeking to emulate the Russian state model, Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck has claimed, urging the German security services to scrutinize the opposition political force more. Last month, the AFD for the first time in its history won a mayoral election, with its candidate coming out on top in the Saxon town of Pirna. That latest victory followed the party’s strongest showing on record in a western German state in October, with the AFD garnering 18.4% of the vote in the Hesse regional election. Its rivals from the ruling traffic-light coalition trailed far behind. In an interview with Germany’s Stern magazine published on Wednesday, Habeck charged the right-wing party with aiming to attack the “essence of the republic.” “They want to make Germany a country like Russia,” the official, who also serves as the country’s economy minister, claimed. In 1960, 16 African states gained independence. The largest and most potentially richest of these was the Congo. But the West did not want to part with its wealth. Instead of direct colonial rule, a scheme of indirect control was devised – the new leaders of the Congo were only required to respect the new order. Lumumba stood in the way of this neo-colonial plan: the population would benefit from total decolonization, but not big business. Therefore, he had to be stopped. Sixty-three years ago, the first prime minister of an independent Congo, Patrice Lumumba, was brutally murdered on the orders of the West for supposedly being a danger to the very system it was upholding.

 

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants to eliminate all Palestinians and move them to Sinai, former Nigerian foreign minister Bolaji Akinyemi told RT in an exclusive interview as Pretoria’s genocide case against Israel continues before the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Akinyemi, who served as external affairs minister from 1985 to 1987, said South Africa was carrying “a heavy load” because Pretoria “will not expect material reward” in taking Israel to the ICJ, accusing it of genocide against Palestinians. The former minister believes that “Netanyahu wants to wipe out all the Palestinians, not just Hamas, [and what] he really wants to do is to drive them into Sinai,” Akinyemi added.

 

  • Brussels has announced launching a “screening process and putting together the negotiating framework” as part of negotiations with Ukraine on its ambition to join the EU. Some member states previously said Kiev was years away from achieving its goal. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen mentioned the new phase during a Wednesday speech before the European Parliament. Von der Leyen mused that when the formal accession process was launched last year, “hearts of millions of Ukrainians were filled with hope and joy” and claimed that Ukrainian lawmakers had made strides in adopting required reforms. Earlier this week, von der Leyen met Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. His office said the screening of national legislation was discussed there and will move Ukraine towards full membership.

 

  • The number of student permits issued by Canada to Indians has decreased significantly since September, Reuters reported on Tuesday. This comes amid a diplomatic row between the countries over the assassination of a Sikh activist in Vancouver. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau linked the murder to the Indian government. New Delhi dismissed the allegations, calling them “absurd.” The decline was recorded after New Delhi expelled 41 Canadian diplomats who could have processed the student applications, the report says. Additionally, fewer students are said to have applied due to uncertainties amid the diplomatic spat.

 

  • The British government announced plans on Tuesday to recruit and train 150 judges to run a new appeals system for asylum seekers who may file legal challenges against deportation to Rwanda under the UK’s illegal migration policy. The latest move comes as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak faces widespread criticism from lawmakers, including his Conservative Party, over the Illegal Migration Act, which was introduced last year to deter migrants from entering the UK. The law aims to prevent people who enter Britain illegally from staying, returning them instead to their home country or a supposed safe third country, such as Rwanda.

 

  • American political elites are on the same page in terms of seeking to hurt Russia, Russian Ambassador to the US Anatoly Antonov has said. The people who are in charge in Washington simply cannot acknowledge that their attempts are not working, he argued in an interview with TASS published on Wednesday. The senior diplomat was discussing the challenges of working in an environment of hostility that the two nations have not experienced in decades, as well as the embassy’s plans for 2024. His analysis of US goals were at the core of his argument that – despite a temporary rift between Democrats and Republicans over aid for Ukraine on Capitol Hill – Washington’s overall strategy will not change. “The Russophobes have tried pretty much everything: multibillion dollar funding, direct arms supplies. They spent colossal amounts of money and got no results,” Antonov said, referring to Washington’s support of Kiev.

 

  • Firoza Bi was just a teenager when the world’s worst industrial disaster – the Bhopal gas tragedy of December 3, 1984 – wreaked havoc on the citizens of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh (MP), in the heart of India. She developed breathing problems and has been living with high blood pressure since puberty as the result of inhaling methyl isocyanate (MIC), which leaked from a pesticide factory run by the Indian subsidiary of American company Union Carbide. Skin ailments and blisters have become part and parcel of her life. Now aged 55, Firoza still seeks treatment in the government-run Jawaharlal Nehru Gas Rahat (relief) Hospital, set up for the disaster’s victims and their families. “Both my sons use my ‘gas victim card’ to seek treatment in these hospitals,” she told RT. Both Union Carbide Corporation (UCC) and Dow Jones, which bought UCC in 2001, have claimed that the tragedy was the result of sabotage, not negligence. Continued legal proceedings concerning the issue of jurisdiction, and whether or not Dow Jones can be subject to trial in an Indian court, is scheduled for a hearing on January 18.

 

  • The German economy has lost its competitive advantage after abandoning Russian gas supplies, Vice-Chancellor and Economy Minister Robert Habeck stated on Wednesday. The EU’s top economy benefited from cheap Russian energy for over two decades. It relied on the sanctioned country for 40% of its gas imports before 2022 and was among the hardest hit by the supply reduction. “Germany is indeed in a particularly difficult situation. Unlike other countries with which we compete, Germany’s energy supply was largely built on dependence on Russian gas. This has given us a competitive advantage in the past; it has been very profitable,” the vice chancellor said at the Bundestag meeting.

 

  • Scientists from the Centre de Recherche Charles-Le Moyne in Quebec have uncovered a simple technique for identifying a psychopath. They learned that individuals whose ring finger is extended more than their index finger may possess psychopathic traits. The study, published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research, suggested that the harmful tendencies could be hereditary. “While individuals with such behaviors are socially highly problematic and incur issues, such behavior might be biologically rooted and understood as a fast life history strategy,” the scientists stated. The study sample totalled 80 people — 44 diagnosed with amphetamine use disorder (AUD), antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) or both, and 36 healthy control subjects. Researchers performed scans of participants’ right hands and subjected them to psychological tests, including a test for ‘Dark Triad’ personality types. The Dark Triad denotes three closely linked personality characteristics – narcissism (selfishness), Machiavellianism (deceit and manipulation), and psychopathy (ruthlessness). People with such traits are motivated by their own gain with little regard for others.

 

  • In a new study published in Nature Astronomy, Adam Frank, the Helen F. and Fred H. Gowen Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Rochester and the author of The Little Book of Aliens (Harper, 2023), and Amedeo Balbi, an associate professor of astronomy and astrophysics at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy, outlines the links between atmospheric oxygen and the potential rise of advanced technology on distant planets. “We are ready to find signatures of life on alien worlds,” Frank says. “But how do the conditions on a planet tell us about the possibilities for intelligent, technology-producing life?” Frank and Balbi posit that, beyond its necessity for respiration and metabolism in multicellular organisms, oxygen is crucial to developing fire—and fire is a hallmark of a technological civilization. They delve into the concept of “technospheres,” expansive realms of advanced technology that emit telltale signs—called “technosignatures”—of extraterrestrial intelligence.

 

  • Astronomers have discovered the oldest black hole ever detected, and found that it is eating its host galaxy to death. The researchers, led by the University of Cambridge, used the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) to detect the black hole, which dates from more than 13 billion years ago. According to the researchers, the existence of the massive black hole – a few million times the mass of our Sun – so early in the universe challenges assumptions about how black holes form and grow. Astronomers believe supermassive black holes found at the centre of galaxies like the Milky Way grew to their current size over billions of years. However, the size of the new discovery suggests they might form in other ways. They might be born big, or they can eat matter at a rate that is five times higher than had been thought possible.
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The discovery of a Roman dodecahedron in a field in Lincolnshire. The dodecahedron find means that 120 such knobbly-objects have now been discovered across Europe, from the Netherlands to the UK, Germany to Austria. With this latest object unearthed near the village of Norton Disney, close to the site of a Roman villa discovered in 1923, 33 of varying sizes, from a golf to a cricket ball, have been found in Britain alone. Indeed, it emerges that Lorena Hitchens – a doctoral student at Newcastle University whose PhD concerns dodecahedra – says that they “are some of the least understood objects to survive from the Roman Empire,” adding: “The Romans don’t mention these at all – no inscriptions, no writings, no pictorial depictions, nothing.” Which leads to an even greater mystery, perhaps, on how she’s managing to get 80,000 words done on not knowing what the hell they are. A curator at the Gallo-Roman Museum in the Belgium city of Tongeren has speculated that they could be instruments to measure land, a calendar or an object related to sorcery or fortune telling. But, says Guido Creemers: “none of [the hypotheses] is satisfying.” It is also intriguing to think that these objects were quite common, in that so many have survived, but the fact that we have no clue about what they were used for is a salient reminder about our place in history.

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