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  • Passengers who fly with Air New Zealand will be asked to step on the scales as part of a new survey to determine the average weight of flyers. The Kiwi carrier will conduct the survey over the next five weeks as they weigh passengers and their luggage. The data will be used to determine the weight of everything that goes onboard a flight.


  • A group of top AI researchers, engineers, and CEOs have issued a new warning about the existential threat they believe that AI poses to humanity. The 22-word statement, trimmed short to make it as broadly acceptable as possible, reads as follows: “Mitigating the risk of extinction from AI should be a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such as pandemics and nuclear war.” This statement, published by a San Francisco-based non-profit, the Center for AI Safety, has been co-signed by figures including Google DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, as well as Geoffrey Hinton and Yoshua Bengio — two of the three AI researchers who won the 2018 Turing Award (sometimes referred to as the “Nobel Prize of computing”) for their work on AI. At the time, the year’s third winner, Yann LeCun, now chief AI scientist at Facebook parent company Meta, has not signed.


  • Tesla CEO Elon Musk met with Chinese foreign minister Qin Gang on Tuesday, hours after landing in China for his first trip to the country in three years. China will continue to open up and strive to create a better market-oriented business environment for enterprises from all countries, including Tesla, Gang said during the meeting with Musk, according to a statement from the Chinese foreign ministry. In a statement earlier, China’s foreign ministry said it welcomed Musk and other corporate leaders looking to foster “mutually beneficial cooperation”. Musk’s trip comes at a time when Tesla is facing increasing competition from Chinese-made electric vehicles, as well as some ambiguity over the Shanghai plant complex’s expansion plans.


  • Tensions between Kosovars and Serbs could lead to a ” big explosion” in central Europe, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Monday. “The situation is alarming, but the West has set a course for the total submission of anyone who somehow expresses their opinion ,” Lavrov told reporters during the his visit to Kenya. Last week, Kosovo police used force to install ethnic Albanian mayors in northern Kosovo after April elections boycotted by an overwhelming majority of voters. The elections were declared valid despite a lower than 3.5% voter turnout. The National Security Council of Serbia then accused KFOR of inaction. Serbia has put its forces on full combat alert and moved them close to the border after Kosovo police cracked down on peaceful anti-government protesters.


  • Russia has accused the United States of experimenting with Avian flu pathogens, with up to a 40% lethality rate in humans, at an American biolab in Ukraine. In a statement released on Friday, the Russian Ministry of Defense (MOD) claimed it had recovered deadly samples of avian flu virus strains “with high potential for epidemic spread” at a US biolab in the Kherson region of Ukraine.


  • Preventing runaway artificial intelligence from causing the extinction of humanity should be a top-level global priority, the nonprofit Center for AI Safety said in a statement on Tuesday signed by 350 prominent individuals in AI and related fields. “Mitigating the risk of extinction from AI should be a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such as pandemics and nuclear war,” the statement reads. Signers included Google DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis, Anthropic CEO Dario Amodei, and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, who recently told Congress he was worried the technology could go “quite wrong” and urged them to impose regulations on the industry. The three industry leaders met with US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris earlier this month to discuss potential regulations. Numerous executives from their companies also added their names to Tuesday’s statement.


  • Artificial intelligence (AI) can use facial recognition technology for sinister purposes, such as “stalking” people, Kevin Baragona, founder of DeepAI.org, is cited as warning. All it would take is one’s photo and the currently existing advanced AI-powered software, Baragona said. “There are services online that can use a photo of you… and I can find everything… Every instance of your face on the internet, every place you’ve been, and use that for stalker-type purposes,” said the CEO of the online platform that uses deep learning algorithms to generate artwork. Baragona, who launched DeepAI in 2016 as an AI news portal, has witnessed his brainchild evolve into a deep learning platform, complete with AI chatbots and a text-to-image AI art generator. However, he has since been a vocal critic of the unbridled AI race, saying, “Someone should stop the AI industry.”


  • A group of Indian wrestlers has issued a five-day ultimatum to the government to take action against MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, who is facing sexual harassment allegations. The athletes had threatened to throw their medals into the River Ganges on Tuesday evening, but postponed the plan to give officials more time to act. The wrestlers want the Narendra Modi-led government to punish Singh, who is a member of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and serves as president of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI). The group has been camping in the capital New Delhi since April 23 as part of their protest. The athletes decided to give the government more time after an intervention by Naresh Tikait, a powerful farmers’ leader who was among those who compelled the government to withdraw controversial farm reform laws in 2021. The wrestlers, including Olympic medalists Sakshi Malik and Bajrang Punia, outlined their threats to discard their medals in a statement in Hindi.


  • Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has visited Kenya, where he discussed with the country’s officials a number of geopolitical and economic issues, including the emerging multipolar world order. “Africa quite reasonably presents its intentions to become a real full-fledged center of the emerging multipolar world order,” Lavrov said. He pointed out that expanding the UN Security Council should be a “step” for Africa. “The problem of the Security Council is the excessive representation of Western states,” he added.


  • South Korea’s Asiana Airlines has stopped seating customers next to emergency exits after a passenger opened an emergency door before landing, causing panic on board and injuring nine people. As of Sunday, the airline told France’s AFP news agency that it would no longer offer the 31A and 26A emergency seats on its fleet of Airbus A321-200 jets. “As a safety precaution, this measure will apply even if flights are full,” Asiana stated. The decision came after a passenger aboard an Asiana Airlines A321 bound for Daegu in South Korea opened the emergency hatch next to his seat while the plane was still 200 meters above the ground.


  • Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has signed into law what activists have called one of the world’s harshest pieces of anti-LGBTQ legislation. The Anti-Homosexuality Act 2023 has prompted the outrage of international human rights organizations and activists who say it must be reviewed. The bill, which was approved in March, originally proposed 20 years in prison for merely identifying as LGBTQ, but the president returned it to parliament in late April for revision to ensure it does not “frighten” those who need “rehabilitation.” “We have heeded the concerns [of] our people and legislated to protect the sanctity of family,” Anita Annet Among, the speaker of Uganda’s parliament, said in a statement on Monday. Among said Uganda was standing strong to “defend the culture, values and aspirations of our people” with the law.


  • The 14th Amendment of the Constitution guarantees birthright citizenship to most people born in the US (except American Samoans for some reason). The law has generated fierce debate over the perceived propensity of illegal aliens to enter the US to give birth, after which their so-called “anchor babies” can help them stay in the country. Former president and current Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has promised to end birthright citizenship from day one of a second term in office if he wins in 2024. “Joe Biden has launched an illegal foreign invasion of our country, allowing a record number of illegal aliens to storm across our borders,” Trump said in a campaign video released Tuesday.


  • A dead star kicked at great speed across space from its birth site has been discovered by a team of astronomers. Using the MeerKAT radio telescope, European astronomers were observing the binary star formation named GRS 1915+105, consisting of a black hole and a normal star. Their work was part of the ThunderKAT Large Survey Program. That is when the team, led by astrophysicist Sara Elisa Motta of the Brera Astronomical Observatory in Italy, and the University of Oxford in the UK accidentally discovered a new object, appearing to resemble a flash of light, according to findings in a paper published on the arXiv preprint server. At this point, they saw the object’s similarity with a pulsar bow-shock nebula discovered in 1987. That nebula was discovered by radio astronomers using the National Science Foundation’s Very Large Array in New Mexico. It was dubbed G359.23-0.82, aka “the Mouse” due to its appearance in radio images, with something like a snout and a long, narrow tail.
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Solar Analemma

If you looked at the Sun at the same time each day, from the same place, would it appear at the same location in the sky? If the Earth were not tilted, and if its orbit around the Sun were perfectly circular, then, yes, it would. However, a combination of the Earth’s 23.5 degree tilt and its slightly elliptical orbit combine to generate this figure “8” pattern of where the Sun would appear at the same time throughout the year. The pattern is called an analemma.
The Sun will appear at its highest point in the sky, and highest point in the analemma, during summer. In the winter, the Sun is at its lowest point. The in-between times generate the rest of the analemma pattern. (See Analemma Curve.) Analemmas viewed from different Earth latitudes have slightly different shapes, as do analemmas created at different times of the day. Analemmas on the other planets have different shapes entirely. ~ Photographs by Anthony Ayiomamitis

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Six shocking galaxies have been discovered that defy all explanations. Michio Kaku breaking his silence on the James Webb telescope’s clearest image in history.

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News Burst 15 June 2024 ​In the era of hybrid work, with employees splitting their time between two days in the office and three days working remotely, employers have ramped up using productivity monitoring software. However, employees have outsmarted some of these...

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News Burst 14 June 2024 Saudi Arabia will not renew its 50-year petrodollar agreement with the United States, which expired on Sunday, June 9, 2024. This will allow the Saudis to sell oil in any currency, and not just in US dollars, as was previously the case.  ...

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News Burst 13 June 2024 Johnson & Johnson opens new tab has agreed to pay $700 million to settle an investigation by 42 U.S. states and Washington, D.C. into its marketing of baby powder and other talc-based products blamed for allegedly causing cancer. The...

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News Burst 12 June 2024 Tesla and SpaceX tycoon Elon Musk lashed out Monday at a partnership between OpenAI and Apple, saying the threat to data security will make him ban iPhones at his companies. "Apple has no clue what's actually going on once they hand your data...

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News Burst 11 June 2024 A military plane carrying Malawi's vice president and nine others has gone missing, sparking a massive search operation. Vice President Saulos Chilima's plane left the capital, Lilongwe, and failed to land at Mzuzu International Airport - about...

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News Burst 9 June 2024 ​"It's cruel to state this, but the right to have a different opinion has ceased to exist in the European Union." Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico in his first public remarks since May 15, when he was shot multiple times.   Police in Spain...

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