Biden Administration Proposes An A.I. Bill Of Rights

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Scientific advisers to President Joe Biden are calling for a new Bill Of Rights for Artificial Intelligence technology. Biden’s Chief science adviser Eric Lander and Deputy Director for Science and Society Alondra Nelson wrote an opinion piece for Wired expressing the need to develop new safeguards against harmful uses of A.I. that could be used to discriminate against people or violate individual’s privacy. “The possibilities include the federal government refusing to buy software or technology products that fail to respect these rights,” Lander and Nelson wrote. The software trade associatio… Read More “Biden Administration Proposes An A.I. Bill Of Rights”


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The first all-wheel-drive, hybrid Corvette known as the 2024 C8 Corvette E-Ray has been expected for some time. And we here at MC&T have been able to report information regarding the E-Ray with exclusive details, well before Chevy wants you to know. Verifying our claims are recent sightings of the hybrid supercar, both over in Germany, and more recently closer to home in Colorado. Testing in states like Colorado means that Corvette has begun altitude testing the E-Ray to see how it performs where oxygen is harder to come by than at sea level. 2024 Corvette E-Ray: The AWD Hybrid C8Several spy p… Read More “C8 CORVETTE E-RAY SPOTTED TESTING IN COLORADO”

Niall Horan narrates new bedtime story

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Niall Horan has narrated a bedtime story to help fans get to sleep. The ‘No Judgement’ singer has lent his voice to an 18-minute story about the Thames which is designed to help listeners fall asleep. Niall’s story is available on the Gym+Coffee connection, which is an Irish athleisure brand which the One Direction star invested in earlier this year. According to The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column, the 28-year-old singer is hoping his dulcet tones will help some people get a better night’s sleep after a study found that working from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic had led to poorer quality sleep … Read More “Niall Horan narrates new bedtime story”

Bob Wojnowski: Ready or not, Wings taking a needed leap into the pool of youth

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DETROIT — Is it still too early to judge the Red Wings solely on stats and standings? Yeah, it is. But it’s time for a look, a leap, and perhaps a little luck. In year three of the Steve Yzerman-led rebuild, they’re taking a closer look at their young talent, and hoping for a leap. The Wings certainly will be younger, deeper defensively and presumably better, whether the record reflects it or not. The process has passed the weeding-out stage and is headed toward the finding-out stage, and it’s time to push it a bit. So they’re looking at Lucas (Raymond) and seeking Mo (Seider). The touted firs… Read More “Bob Wojnowski: Ready or not, Wings taking a needed leap into the pool of youth”

S&P 500 surges, biggest daily percentage rise since March on earnings, data

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By Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK (Reuters) – The S&P 500 jumped on Thursday, its biggest daily percentage advance since early March, as companies including Morgan Stanley and UnitedHealth climbed following strong results, while data on the labor market and inflation soothed fears over the outlook for higher rates. The technology sector jumped 2.3%, giving the S&P 500 its biggest boost, with shares of Microsoft Corp and Apple Inc rising. Shares of Citigroup, Bank of America Corp and Morgan Stanley also gained after they topped quarterly earnings estimates. The rebounding economy allowed them t… Read More “S&P 500 surges, biggest daily percentage rise since March on earnings, data”

Mike Bianchi: Turning down FSU to stay at Kentucky was best career move Mark Stoops ever made

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Smart man, that Mark Stoops. It was just two years ago when the Florida State Seminoles reportedly made overtures to Stoops about possibly replacing Willie Taggart as FSU’s head coach. Stoops, the head coach at undefeated and 11th-ranked Kentucky, did not pursue the job even though he had been Jimbo Fisher’s defensive coordinator when Fisher replaced Bobby Bowden and began the process of rebuilding the Seminoles back into a national championship contender. Best career decision Mark Stoops has ever made. Why would Stoops go to a place where he could be fired in two years just like Taggart was? … Read More “Mike Bianchi: Turning down FSU to stay at Kentucky was best career move Mark Stoops ever made”

Jonah Hill Would Like You to Stop Commenting on His Body, “Good or Bad”

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By Bonnie Stiernberg Like most of us, Jonah Hill’s weight has fluctuated over the years. But unlike most of us, his body has been the subject of plenty of unfair scrutiny and commentary from strangers on the internet. As you might imagine, that’s gotten a bit tiresome, and on Wednesday, the actor posted a message to his Instagram asking fans to stop commenting on his physique — even if they’re trying to compliment him. “I know you mean well but I kindly ask that you not comment on my body,” Hill wrote. “Good or bad I want to politely let you know it’s not helpful and doesn’t feel good. Much re… Read More “Jonah Hill Would Like You to Stop Commenting on His Body, “Good or Bad””

TropiCaos partners with Horizm to measure digital assets in LATAM

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Brazilian esports organisation TropiCaos announced a partnership with digital inventory management firm Horizm to measure digital assets in Latin America. According to the release, Horizm’s solution works as an independent audit in order to value the organisation’s digital assets. As a result, the collaboration is expected to add transparency to TropiCaos’s results and values. RELATED: Abios secures Fragleague data partnership Pedro Mestriner, CEO of Horizm, commented: “The partnership with TropiCaos represents another important step for Horizm in Brazil. It is a project with the face of the c… Read More “TropiCaos partners with Horizm to measure digital assets in LATAM”

Snake bit

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Cleo was dead. The Burmese python was coiled against the plexiglass in her small tank. Her nearly 9 feet of grey, speckled skin — which had been petted by thousands of New Jersey school children over the years — was lifeless. A partially digested rat, her final meal, lay nearby. A respiratory infection that had plagued Cleo for years probably killed her, according to former workers at Rizzo’s Wildlife World, an indoor animal exhibit center and traveling reptile show in Morris County. Staff members said they repeatedly asked their boss, Dominic J. Rizzo, to take the python to a vet. But, as far… Read More “Snake bit”

German city famous for giant Marx head marks anniversary of statue

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Chemnitz, the East German city famous for its towering sculpture of Karl Marx’s head, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its best-known landmark. With nostrils large enough to fit the heads of small children and a stern bearded face spanning more than 7 metres, the bronze bust is the World’s largest head of Karl Marx, and the World’s second-largest bust after a head of Lenin in Russia. For Mayor Sven Schulze, the monument remains one of the most important symbols for the city, which was renamed Karl-Marx-Stadt (Karl Marx City) in Communist times. “However, it has changed in recent years in… Read More “German city famous for giant Marx head marks anniversary of statue”