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  • A new political party in Denmark whose policies are derived entirely from artificial intelligence (AI) hopes to stand in the country’s next general election in June 2023. Launched in late May by the artists’ collective Computer Lars, the Synthetic Party wants to reach out to the around 15 percent of Danes who did not exercise their right to vote in the previous election in 2019. By analysing all of Denmark’s fringe parties’ written publications since 1970, the Synthetic Party’s AI has devised a programme that it believes represents “the political visions of the everyday person”, one of the members of the collective, Asker Bryld Staunaes, told AFP.

 

  • Amnesty International has in a surprise shift placed its human rights scrutiny on Ukraine in a fresh report released Thursday. It immediately sparked a firestorm of criticism as both Western pundits and Kiev officials themselves blasted the findings as “unfair”. The Amnesty report said investigators had “found evidence of Ukrainian forces launching strikes from within populated residential areas, as well as basing themselves in civilian buildings in 19 towns and villages” in three war-torn regions of the country from April through July. The report detailed that schools and hospitals, as well as people’s homes, were put in harm’s way, suggesting ‘human shields’ type tactics utilized by the Ukrainian military. “Such tactics violate international humanitarian law and endanger civilians, as they turn civilian objects into military targets. The ensuing Russian strikes in populated areas have killed civilians and destroyed civilian infrastructure,” Amnesty continued, saying this resulted in Russian attacks on said civilian infrastructure. The report detailed further that in 22 of 29 schools visited by an Amnesty team between April and July, investigators found evidence of prior military activity. Additionally, five instances of Ukrainian troops using hospitals as bases were documented. The report went so far as to stress Amnesty was “not aware” of instances where Ukrainian troops first tried to evacuate civilians from these locations.

 

  • Citing “a real risk of a natural gas shortage during the coming winter,” the Spanish government has decreed that all shops, department stores, cinemas, hotels and public buildings cannot have air conditioning set below 27 degrees Celsius (just below 81 degrees Fahrenheit) in the summer, heating above 19 degrees in the winter (66 degrees Fahrenheit).

 

  • Sweden has notoriously faced massive problems with integrating the huge number of migrants it has allowed to enter the country over the past three decades. Having been one of the safest countries in Europe 20 years ago before mass uncontrolled immigration, Sweden is now the continent’s second most dangerous in terms of gun crime behind only Croatia. Last year, Germany’s Bild newspaper ran the headline: ‘Sweden is the most dangerous country in Europe.’ Shootings in Sweden hit a record high last year as authorities are increasingly unable to contain migrant gang crime.

 

  • Electric chopsticks could help cut salt intake without making food bland, Japan researchers say. Users hook the chopsticks up to a wrist-mounted computer module that generates a weak electric current. The wavelength of the current attracts the sodium ions in food and draws them to the chopsticks, making food seem saltier even when it contains less sodium. During tests on people following a low-sodium diet, the electric chopsticks boosted the perception of how salty food was, even when eating foods containing 30 per cent less salt than a typical portion, the researchers said. “As a result, we are able to enhance the salty taste by up to 1.5 times,” Meiji University professor Homei Miyashita, whose team developed the prototype device in collaboration with Japanese drinks manufacturer Kirin, told Reuters.

 

  • Candy Funhouse, a leading Canadian confectionery company, is receiving thousands of applications after posting a job offer for the position of Chief Candy Officer: $80,000 a year to sample sweets and treats. As reported by CNN between the attributions provided for also “conducting candy council meetings” and the ability to be the “chief taster” about 3500 products per month, 113 pieces per day. The work has more than 40 hours per week and is totally intelligent. The vacancy is open to all who have given 5 years and above, although parental permission is required for minors to participate in the selection.

 

  • Mystery continues to shroud the tragic deaths of two sisters from Saudi Arabia who were found dead in their unit in Sydney’s south-west. They were 24-year-old Asra Abdullah Alsehli and 23-year-old Amaal Abdullah Alsehli, who came to Australia from Saudi Arabia in 2017. They originally settled in Fairfield in Sydney’s west before moving to a unit in the south-western suburb of Canterbury in 2020. The pair were enrolled in TAFE and worked as traffic controllers.They had almost no social media or online presence and did not appear to have been a part of any Saudi dissident networks. SBS News has confirmed they were seeking asylum in Australia, but the reasons for their asylum claim remain unknown.

 

  • A court in Minsk has recognized two sets of sticker packs for the popular Telegram messaging app as “extremist information products,” marking the first time such images have been branded as prohibited content in Belarus. The stickers in question are the ‘Luka’ and ‘Sasha 3%’ animated sticker packs, which feature satirical images of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. Under a Belarusian law introduced in October, a subscription to banned Telegram channels is considered a basis for investigative action that can result in criminal liability. Subscribers to such channels can be prosecuted as participants in an extremist formation and can face up to seven years in prison. Last year, Belarusian authorities branded a number of Telegram channels, such as Radio Liberty Belarus, as extremist, arguing that they were responsible for spreading false information. Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makey stated in an interview last year that outlawing such channels and seeking criminal liability for their subscribers was “the right measure.”

 

  • Twitter has accused Elon Musk of lying in a counterclaim he recently filed against the company. Musk’s claim – that “a mere fraction” of Twitter’s users are genuine – was “imagined in an effort to escape a merger agreement,” the social media company said on Thursday. Musk announced in early July that he would no longer follow through with his offer in April to purchase the company for around $44 billion at $54.20 per share. Twitter sued Musk after the announcement, arguing that his claims – that Twitter is less profitable than he was told due to the prevalence of fake accounts – should not hinder the deal he agreed to, and Musk countersued last week. According to Musk’s lawyers, the billionaire was led to believe that fewer than 5% of Twitter’s users are fake accounts, when in reality the number could be closer to a third.

 

  • Russia has introduced a range of measures to shield its financial and energy sectors from the actions of so-called “unfriendly” countries and organizations. President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Friday that prohibits entities from those nations from carrying out transactions with their shares in Russian enterprises that are considered ‘strategic.’ The ban will remain in force until the end of the year and may be extended further. Russia’s list of “unfriendly” countries stretches to 49 nations, including the US, the UK, all of the EU, Australia, Canada, Switzerland, Japan, Taiwan and others.

 

  • Prominent French physicist and philosopher of science Etienne Klein has apologized to his social media following over an apparent joke he played last weekend. On Sunday, Klein tweeted an image that was, in his own words, a “photo of Proxima Centauri, the closest star to the Sun, located 4.2 light years from us.” Adding that the picture was taken by the James Webb Space Telescope, he marveled at the “level of detail” and mused over how “a new world is revealed day after day.” While some social media users were quick to realize that the object seen in the picture was in fact a “slice of chorizo,” there were also those who fell for the ruse, and those who did not deem Klein’s stunt as appropriate.

 

  • Russian state-owned aerospace and defense corporation Rostec announced on Friday that it has developed a safety system called Orni that can stop birds crashing into passenger planes. “It can monitor the flight of about 100 birds simultaneously up to 21 kilometers [13 miles] away,” the statement read. Orni comprises a radar location and tracking system, equipped with one to four passive coherent radars and a subsystem that is linked to bio acoustic emitters that scare away birds flying dangerously close to aircraft. The devices do not interfere or affect the operation of aircraft and airport radio equipment, the statement said.

 

  • SpaceX founder Elon Musk recently claimed that he ended up being tested for drugs by the US government after he famously smoked a blunt while on the Joe Rogan Show back in 2018. During his appearance on Nelk Boys’ Full Send Podcast, Musk said he had to take random drug tests to prove that he is not an addict, and that he had to undergo these tests because of the federal government since “SpaceX has government contracts” and marijuana is still illegal in the United States “federally.” He also claimed that SpaceX’s competitors were involved in the situation. “So SpaceX competitors were like ‘why aren’t you doing anything, look at him brazenly smoking weed on Joe Rogan’s podcast’”, Elon said, adding that he ended up being drug tested for “everything.”
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A peculiar-looking creature that may turn out to be a new species of jellyfish has recently been spotted off the coast of Papua New Guinea. The jellyfish was encountered by Dorian Borcherds, owner of Scuba Ventures in Kavieng in the New Ireland province of Papua New Guinea, who managed to film the creature.
“Saw a new type of jellyfish while diving today. It has cool markings and is a bit bigger than a soccer ball and they are quite fast swimming,” Borcherds said on social media. He then enlisted the help of his daughter to upload the video to the so-called Jellyfish app, a project co-founded by Dr. Lisa-ann Gershwin, a jellyfish expert with the Australian Marine Stinger Advisory Services who soon became aware of Borcherds’ discovery.

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Giants

Everyone has heard of the giant characters from tales or legends. Giants have generally presented as creatures so big that the earth trembled when they walked. It seems however that the giants are not just fairy tales, considering the fact that their remains have been found all over the world. For example the biblical Goliath was said to be only one of four brothers. There are countless tales of giants from all over the world: from Norse, Indian, Mayan, Aztec, Incan, and Greek lore. What if giants are not myths at all, but a part of our actual history, that has been hidden from us, up till now? ~ awakenedspecies

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An interview with Arthur C. Clarke on ABC about the future of computers, 1974.

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