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  • Elon Musk has often clashed with securities regulators and highway safety authorities, but there’s one area the Tesla and Twitter chief says the government should regulate now: artificial intelligence. “AI stresses me out,” Musk said near the end of a more than three-hour presentation to Tesla investors about company plans. Tesla’s own ambitious artificial intelligence efforts had a featured role in the presentation of Musk’s “Master Plan 3”, the third part of a series of papers on how to expand Tesla and convert the world to clean energy.


  • NBC News correspondent Keir Simmons has been placed on the Ukrainian state-linked ‘Mirotvorets’ (Peacemaker) blacklist for “crimes” against the country. The government in Kiev has also announced it is investigating the British journalist after he filed a report from Crimea on Tuesday. “Visiting the temporarily occupied Crimea from the territory of the Russian Federation is a violation of the legislation of Ukraine,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Oleg Nikolenko said on Wednesday. Violators are subject to legal liability, such as being “banned from entering Ukraine for such actions,” he added. Meanwhile, the Mirotvorets website has published a photo of Simmons and his personal details, accusing the reporter of “violating Ukraine’s sovereignty,” participating in Russian propaganda, and “attempted legalization of the occupation.” Simmons traveled to the Crimean peninsula by train from Moscow, across the Kerch Bridge, which he described as having been “blown up in a strategic and symbolic blow” to Russia last October, but is “now fully restored.”


  • In the Turkish province of Konya, located in the central Anatolia region, a huge chasm has opened up 37 meters wide and 12 meters deep. The recent and catastrophic earthquake may have favored its formation, but there is no certainty. Experts believe that the size will increase in the coming days, as often occurs in the presence of these geological phenomena. Technically it is one sinkhole or sinkholethat is to say depressions or real holes in the ground that can occur both for natural reasons – through karst processes – than due to anthropic factors, such as the excessive exploitation of the subsoil.


  • UK officials considered asking citizens to exterminate their pet cats near the start of the coronavirus pandemic as a novel way to ‘flatten the curve,’ a former minister has said, noting that the government was not sure whether felines were playing a role in the health crisis. Speaking in an interview on Wednesday, ex-Deputy Health Minister Lord James Bethell described the initial response to Covid-19 by government agencies, saying “we shouldn’t forget… how little we understood about this disease.” “There was a moment we were very unclear about whether domestic pets could transmit the disease,” he said. “In fact, there was an idea at one moment that we might have to ask the public to exterminate all the cats in Britain. Can you imagine what would have happened if we had wanted to do that?”


  • [ 16 June 2022] The Italian government has conferred full immunity and inviolability on the International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) in Trieste, as well as on the scientists who work there. An annual loan of 10 million euros and the free use of approximately 8,000 square meters of buildings are also provided. ICGEB has various laboratories around the world and is a strategic partner of the United Nations Agenda 2030. ICGEB was born in 1983 as a project of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), then becoming, in 1994, an autonomous international organization that brings together 65 member states, in addition to the partnership of various private organizations. With regard to the latter, we find the presence of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, of New England BioLabs Inc. (active in various research in the biotechnological field) and of Genethon, a company that defines itself as a “leader in the field of gene therapy”. On 16 June 2022, in the Official Gazette of the Italian Republic, LAW 19 May 2022, n. 66, Ratification and execution of the Agreement between the Government of the Italian Republic and the International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB).


  • The pilot turned off the lights on board to let the passengers admire the show, but not everyone would have been able to see those natural lights well, so he reversed course and did a 360 degree turn. Many of those who were on board the plane were tourists who had hoped to see the spectacular phenomenon of green light waves in the sky over the countries of northern Europe but without success when the pilot of the aircraft saw the northern lights appear before his eyes, as he approached the skies of the United Kingdom, he saw fit to show the grand scene to all his passengers reversing the plane’s course twice. To recount the episode, which occurred in recent days, a passenger on the EasyJet scheduled flight, departed from Iceland in the evening and bound for Manchester airport.


  • The era of French dominance over its former colonial possessions in Africa is now a thing of the past, President Emmanuel Macron claimed on Thursday. The French leader earlier promised to reduce Paris’ military footprint on the continent, as its relations with a number of regional countries recently went into a tailspin. Speaking in the West African nation of Gabon on the first day of his tour around the continent, the president claimed that the “age of Francafrique is over.” Having said that, he went on to address concerns voiced by the Gabonese opposition, who saw his visit as a way of supporting President Ali Bongo. “I did not come to invest in anyone. I only came to show my friendship and my consideration to a country and a brotherly people,” Macron insisted.


  • Zelensky had just returned to Kiev when he made his incendiary comments following a tour of European capitals to demand even more arms, including jet fighters. In November 2022 he falsely claimed a Russian cruise missile had struck Poland, demanding NATO retaliate and enter the conflict. Ukrainian Volodymyr Zelensky has sparked the perfect twitstorm after his threat that the US will have to send its children to fight Russia. Speaking at a press conference on the first anniversary of the launch of Russia’s operation to defend the peoples’ republics of Donetsk and Lugansk, the comedian-turned-politician repeated his claim that NATO troops will have to fight the Russian army if NATO does not meet his ever-growing demands for arms supplies. “The US will have to send their sons and daughters exactly the same way as we are sending sons and daughters to war,” Zelensky said, insisting that Moscow’s aim is to annex the whole of Ukraine and then roll on into NATO member states.


  • Four years after it was first announced, Pokémon Sleep — the Pokémon Company’s sleep-tracking app — is finally emerging from its slumber, with a release date of summer 2023 planned. Essentially, it’s another sleep-tracking app for your phone. There is no shortage of those already available, but this one gamifies the experience and, in the Pokémon Company’s own words, will “make you look forward to getting up in the morning”. Simply by sleeping, you’ll attract different kinds of Pokémon in the app by the way in which you sleep, with styles divided into three different types: dozing, snoozing, and slumbering. The app will attempt to gamify sleep by letting you collect various Pokémon and unlock their unique sleeping styles while you dream.


  • Bluesky, a Twitter alternative which has Twitter co-founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey as one of its, has been launched on the Apple App Store, on an invite-only basis. However, the developers are allowing more users to sign up on the app and granting them access. Though the programme is still only accessible as an invite-only beta, its appearance on the App Store suggests that a public launch is on the way. However, some developers, including Mastodon, have criticised the project, pointing out that ActivityPub, a suggested W3C standard, already supports a large and expanding “Fediverse” of interconnected servers. Mastodon, an open-source, decentralised option has also profited from the efforts of erstwhile Twitter third-party app makers, who have since released polished Mastodon clients such as Ivory and Mammoth.


  • The mayor of a Danish city has backed the refusal to fire a Russian-born schoolteacher despite demands from Ukrainian parents, some of whom are refugees from the current conflict with Moscow. The teacher was accused of mistreating children and spreading “propaganda” at the Nordvestskolen school in Helsingor, although the management has disputed those claims. “These mothers want the school to fire the teacher. But we don’t do that in Denmark. We don’t fire people because of their ethnic background,” Helsingor Municipality Mayor Benedikte Kiaer told TV 2 on Sunday. The teacher was described as a woman who has been living in the country for decades and is a Danish citizen. According to local media, out of the school’s 32 students, 27 are Ukrainian and one is a student from Ukraine who is a Russian speaker.


  • Meta has announced a new platform designed to proactively prevent young people and minors’ intimate images from spreading online. The social network said it financially supported the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) in the development of ‘Take It Down’, a platform that helps adults stop the spread of their intimate images online. “We’ve also introduced some new features that make it more difficult for suspicious adults to interact with teens on Instagram,” said Antigone Davis, Global Head of Safety at Meta. People can go to TakeItDown.NCMEC.org and follow the instructions to submit a case that will proactively search for their intimate images on participating apps.


  • The newly discovered comet C/2023 A3 (Tsuchinshan-ATLAS) could give us a breathtaking spectacle. Preliminary estimates suggest a brightness comparable to that of the star Vega. The most optimistic calculations even predict a maximum magnitude similar to that of the planet Venus. A daydream, but comets are unpredictable.


  • Modern-day technology such as drones make it possible to monitor sea mammals in depth, exposing rare behaviour that was previously overlooked and largely unseen since the era of ancient mariners. The riddle of the dreaded and voracious giant sea monster from Norse sagas called Hafgufa, who, according to legend, swallowed boats whole, appears to have been solved by scientists. The Kraken-like Hafgufa was said to lure fish directly into its gaping mouth by emitting a captivating perfume, while staying motionless in the water, patiently waiting for its prey to swim between its massive jaws. However, its size and the feeding behavior gave scientists the idea that ancient seafarers had actually spotted whales on the hunt. According to researchers from Flinders University in Australia, whales have been seen in a similar position, floating upright near the surface of the water with their mouths open wide while waiting for fish to swim into the jowls of this trap on their own. This feeding strategy rests on the assumption that when seeking shelter from predators, unsuspecting fish are swimming into certain death.
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On the night of March 1st, 2023, a fascinating celestial event took place, leaving skywatchers mesmerized. Jupiter and Venus appeared to “kiss” in the night sky, as the two planets passed each other in what astronomers call a conjunction. A conjunction happens when celestial bodies orbit around the sun in a similar plane as one another and trace similar paths across our sky. Jupiter appeared to shift westward, while Venus seemed to move slowly in the opposite direction. The two planets were just half a degree apart, about the diameter of a full moon, at their closest point. The event occurred in the western sky just above the horizon around 6:58 pm ET, as evening twilight ended on the East Coast of the United States. While conjunctions have no particular astronomical significance, they are still a striking spectacle to view.

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The photographs were taken in 1912 in Antartica by Captain Robert Scott and his crew. However, the photos were classified as soon as they returned to their base and reported the results. Scott and his crew were then reported missing. Since then, it has been a restricted area, with only a few governments around the world allowed to conduct limited research.

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News Burst 26 May 2024 ​Apple released iOS 17.5 and iPadOS 17.5 last week, which included fixes for several security vulnerabilities. But these updates also seemed to introduce a serious bug. Some users found that photos that they deleted years ago—some of a sensitive...

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News Burst 25 May 2024 On June 3, there will be a planetary alignment that may actually allow you to witness six planets align in the sky. This is a rare astronomical phenomenon. It is the best opportunity to see Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune all...

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News Burst 24 May 2024 ​The Brazilian Amnesty Commission plans to discuss whether to apologize for human rights violations in the internment of Japanese immigrants and people of Japanese descent after World War II, it has been learned. The issue will be considered on...

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News Burst 23 May 2024 ​Nippon Ekitan Corp. is a Tokyo-based company that has been selling gas for fumigating cultural assets longer than any other business in Japan. It has sold the Ekihyumu S gas in question since the 1970s. The company recently decided to stop...

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News Burst 22 May 2024 ​'You'll own nothing in retirement and be happy'... Wit the organization he founded 50 years ago bringing in nearly $500 million in revenue in the year ending March 2023 (and sitting on a neat pile of 200 million Swiss francs cash), Klaus Schwab...

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News Burst 21 May 2024 Protests in Georgia are about a proposed foreign agent law, nicknamed the “Russian law.” Here’s the “Russian law”: Media and NGO’s who receive over 20% of their funding from foreign governments, usually shady Western operations, have to disclose...

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