Rishi Sunak denies he’s planning secret new career after Downing Street

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By John Stevens Rishi Sunak has denied he’s preparing for a secret new career after Downing Street. The PM is struggling in the polls as he looks set to lead the Conservatives to defeat at the next election. Now he has been forced to dismiss rumours he is plotting a change in career. Mr Sunak is welcoming World leaders and tech bosses for a summit on Artificial Intelligence at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire. But as the gathering kicked off, he shot down suggestions that he is hoping it will help him get a job when he finishes as PM. Asked if AI is his next career move, Mr Sunak told BBC New… Read More “Rishi Sunak denies he’s planning secret new career after Downing Street”

US to launch its own AI safety institute

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By Paul Sandle and David Shepardson BLETCHLEY PARK, England/WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States will launch a AI safety institute to evaluate known and emerging risks of so-called “frontier” artificial intelligence models, Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo said on Wednesday. “I will almost certainly be calling on many of you in the audience who are in academia and industry to be part of this consortium,” she said in a speech to the AI Safety Summit in Britain. “We can’t do it alone, the private sector must step up.” Raimondo added that she would also commit to the U.S. institute establis… Read More “US to launch its own AI safety institute”

Kamala Harris sneaks out the back of Downing Street to avoid embarrassing confrontation with protesters

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GB News (US)

US Vice President Kamala Harris was snuck out of Downing Street via a back entrance as officials sought to rid any prospect of an embarrassing confrontation with protesters. Harris is in the UK for Rishi Sunak’s AI Safety Summit, where she warned artificial intelligence safety had to go beyond “existential” fears about threats of cyber attacks or the developments of bioweapons. It comes as protesters have been lining the streets of London calling for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict. This is a developing story, more to follow… Read More “Kamala Harris sneaks out the back of Downing Street to avoid embarrassing confrontation with protesters”

Kamala Harris sneaks out the back of Downing Street to avoid embarrassing confrontation with protesters

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US Vice President Kamala Harris was snuck out of Downing Street via a back entrance as officials sought to rid any prospect of an embarrassing confrontation with protesters. Harris is in the UK for Rishi Sunak’s AI Safety Summit, where she warned artificial intelligence safety had to go beyond “existential” fears about threats of cyber attacks or the developments of bioweapons. It comes as protesters have been lining the streets of London calling for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict. This is a developing story, more to follow… Read More “Kamala Harris sneaks out the back of Downing Street to avoid embarrassing confrontation with protesters”

Kamala Harris sneaks out the back of Downing Street to avoid embarrassing confrontation with protesters

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GB News

US Vice President Kamala Harris was snuck out of Downing Street via a back entrance as officials sought to rid any prospect of an embarrassing confrontation with protesters. Harris is in the UK for Rishi Sunak’s AI Safety Summit, where she warned artificial intelligence safety had to go beyond “existential” fears about threats of cyber attacks or the developments of bioweapons. It comes as protesters have been lining the streets of London calling for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict. This is a developing story, more to follow… Read More “Kamala Harris sneaks out the back of Downing Street to avoid embarrassing confrontation with protesters”

Kamala Harris sneaks out the back of Downing Street to avoid embarrassing confrontation with protesters

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US Vice President Kamala Harris was snuck out of Downing Street via a back entrance as officials sought to rid any prospect of an embarrassing confrontation with protesters. Harris is in the UK for Rishi Sunak’s AI Safety Summit, where she warned artificial intelligence safety had to go beyond “existential” fears about threats of cyber attacks or the developments of bioweapons. It comes as protesters have been lining the streets of London calling for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict. This is a developing story, more to follow… Read More “Kamala Harris sneaks out the back of Downing Street to avoid embarrassing confrontation with protesters”

A simplified view of the enterprise tech market

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CIO

I hate the way enterprise IT industry analysts see the World. That’s hard for me to say as I am one of those analysts. But it’s something that I not only feel myself, but that I hear (in various forms) from tech vendors and enterprise IT execs alike — all the time. The reason the analyst’s view of the market is so unsatisfying isn’t hard to decipher. Their objective is to break this massive market down into evermore narrow categories so that they can compare vendors and create the nice little graphs that every tech vendor clamors to be included within. And I get it. There’s something enticing … Read More “A simplified view of the enterprise tech market”

‘Catastrophic danger’: UK, China, U.S. and EU sign declaration on AI

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RBC-Ukraine

The USA, EU, Great Britain, and China have signed a joint declaration on artificial intelligence, noting it as a “catastrophic danger,” according to The Guardian. In the first international declaration dedicated to rapidly advancing technologies, the countries agreed that AI poses a potentially catastrophic risk to humanity. The so-called Bletchley Declaration was signed by twenty-eight countries at the inaugural summit on the security of AI organized by the British government. In 2022, AI saw rapid development, driven in part by the release of the ChatGPT robot, which became widely used in va… Read More “‘Catastrophic danger’: UK, China, U.S. and EU sign declaration on AI”

US stocks rally as Fed holds rates, prompts hope for end to hikes

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By Sinéad Carew and Amruta Khandekar (Reuters) – Wall Street’s major indexes closed higher on Wednesday with the Nasdaq’s 1.6% advance leading gains, after the U.S. Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged and comments from its top official fueled investor optimism rate hikes were done even though the central bank left the door open for more. Fed Chair Jerome Powell said policy makers would proceed carefully although they were not yet confident financial conditions were restrictive enough to get inflation as low as the central bank would like. Trading was choppy at the start of Powell’s p… Read More “US stocks rally as Fed holds rates, prompts hope for end to hikes”

Almost 50 entries for Newbury’s National Hunt showpiece

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Newbury Today

A 49-strong entry has been revealed for the feature race of Newbury’s Natonal Hunt calendar, the £250,000 Coral Gold Cup. The premier handicap is the showpiece event of the two-day Coral Gold Cup meetng at the Berkshire track taking place on Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd December. Featured amongst the entries include last year’s runner up Remastered (D. Pipe). Following a tough battle with Le Milos, the David Pipe runner had to settle for second but remains on course to try go one better in the 3m2f steeplechase. Last year’s winner, Le Milos, does not feature amongst the entries but trainer Dan Sk… Read More “Almost 50 entries for Newbury’s National Hunt showpiece”