“We should embrace it….exploit it in a good manner”: Adnan Sami on use of AI in music

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ANI News

New Delhi [India], February 10 (ANI): Amidst the ongoing debate about the use of Artificial intelligence (AI) in music, singer Adnan Sami shared his views on the same. “It’s a vast subject but the point is every new part of technology has its pros and cons and so therefore we should embrace it, it’s here to stay and it is up to us how we use it and we should try and use it in a positive way and try to exploit it in a good manner,” Sami told ANI. Sami took to X recently and shared a video in which two youngsters are seen recreating the singer-cum-composer’s blockbuster romantic number ‘Tera Che… Read More ““We should embrace it….exploit it in a good manner”: Adnan Sami on use of AI in music”

Tyson Fury ‘may never fight again’ as alarm bells over Oleksandr Usyk fight continue to ring

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GB News

Former boxing star George Groves is worried about Tyson Fury and thinks the 35-year-old ‘may never fight again’. Fury recently withdrew from his blockbuster bout with Oleksandr Usyk, with that fight now set to happen on May 18. The showdown between the duo was pushed back because of a cut Fury sustained in training. The Briton took to social media to show off gruesome images of the injury, silencing some of his critics in the process. Fury has outlined his desire to keep fighting, admitting he’s eyeing two bouts with Usyk as well as future battles with Anthony Joshua and Francis Ngannou. Yet G… Read More “Tyson Fury ‘may never fight again’ as alarm bells over Oleksandr Usyk fight continue to ring”

UK’s top 10 cities for foodies revealed – but does your area make the full list?

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Mirror

By Graeme Murray The UK’s top 10 cities for foodies has been revealed and London has taken the top spot. Researchers analysed data from TripAdvisor which showed the number of Michelin star establishments, vegetarian-friendly and vegan-friendly restaurants in each UK city. Scores were awarded for each category based on the number of establishments in the each city. Female-only tour company Solo Female Travelers Tours found London was the best UK city for foodies with an index score of 83.56. It received the highest score of 10 including the number of establishments offering table service, veget… Read More “UK’s top 10 cities for foodies revealed – but does your area make the full list?”

From Slack To Surveillance: Here’s How Companies Monitor Your Communications With AI

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Benzinga

In a move reminiscent of George Orwell’s surveillance dystopia, companies are now deploying artificial intelligence (AI) to monitor communications on platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams. This initiative, powered by the startup Aware, has been adopted by giants such as Walmart (NYSE: WMT), Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL), and T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS), aiming to keep a digital eye on employee interactions, according to a report by CNBC. Jeff Schumann, co-founder and CEO of Columbus, Ohio-based Aware, told the outlet, “The AI helps companies understand the risk within their communications,” provi… Read More “From Slack To Surveillance: Here’s How Companies Monitor Your Communications With AI”

Tashkent Stock Exchange raising its game on marked gains in reform and retail

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IntelliNews

By Odil Musaev Delving into pivotal shifts of Uzbekistan’s capital market throughout 2023, Odil Musaev, managing director at investment banking boutique Alkes Research, offers some insights. Path to progress: Uzbekistan stock market in 2023The past year has left a notable mark on the trajectory of Uzbekistan’s stock market. In 2023, the market witnessed pivotal events, encompassing public offerings, remarkable shifts in retail investor dynamics and transformative regulatory and infrastructural changes. Retail investment boomDespite the high deposit interest rates offered by banks in Uzbekistan… Read More “Tashkent Stock Exchange raising its game on marked gains in reform and retail”

Snow storm likely to follow record warm weekend in New York

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — Things have been heating up in New York City ahead of Valentine’s Day, but forecasters warn the warm weather isn’t here to stay. Temperatures in the Big Apple on Saturday hit the high 50s, and even low 60s in some spots, tying the all-time high for the day, according to AccuWeather. The previous record, set just last year in Central Park, was 61 degrees. Forecasters noted that many cities along the East Coast corridor were expected to record toasty temps over the weekend, but they’re also in store for a little bit of weather whiplash. Cooler air, fueled by a storm forming in the sou… Read More “Snow storm likely to follow record warm weekend in New York”

Army chief congratulates Pakistan on ‘successful’ elections

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The New Arab

Pakistan’s army chief congratulated the country on Saturday for the “successful conduct” of its national elections, saying the nation needed “stable hands” to move on from the politics of “anarchy and polarisation”. The nuclear-armed South Asian nation voted on Thursday in a general election that remains undecided, as it struggles to recover from an economic crisis and battles militant violence in a deeply polarised political environment. Two former prime ministers, Nawaz Sharif and Imran Khan, both declared victory on Friday. Pakistan Chief of Army Staff Asim Munir “wishes that these election… Read More “Army chief congratulates Pakistan on ‘successful’ elections”

Bitcoin Tastes $48,000 As Ethereum And Avalanche Follow, Led By Record ETF Asset Inflows: The Week In Retrospect

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Benzinga

Major cryptocurrencies traded in the green on late Friday evening, propelled by the spot Bitcoin ETF inflows, which recorded its third-best inflow day following the approval. What Happened: Bitcoin surged from $45,349 to briefly cross the $48,000 mark to gain 5% gain in a single day, fueled by spot Bitcoin ETF inflows. Two of the ETFs approved last month rank among the Top 10 Global ETFs by asset flows. In other developments, the Solana blockchain network experienced a five-hour outage, which did not hinder its mid-week rally. Bullish sentiments persist in the analyst community, with Dogecoin … Read More “Bitcoin Tastes $48,000 As Ethereum And Avalanche Follow, Led By Record ETF Asset Inflows: The Week In Retrospect”

5 Stocks Under $10 With ‘Strong Buy’ Ratings

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Barchart

Investing in low-priced stocks can help you benefit from game-changing returns over time. Generally, lower-priced stocks are small-cap companies that grow at a much higher pace compared to the broader market, which can result in outsized gains for long-term shareholders. Here are five stocks under $10 with strong “buy” ratings you can consider buying now. 1. TeraWulf StockValued at $489 million by market cap, TeraWulf (WULF) is a Bitcoin mining company. The stock price of WULF is tied to the digital asset it mines – in this case, Bitcoin (BTCUSD), which is the World’s largest cryptocurrency. B… Read More “5 Stocks Under $10 With ‘Strong Buy’ Ratings”

Commentary: Before we can regulate AI, we need to know its boundaries

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Chicago Tribune

Governments around the World are racing to regulate artificial intelligence (“AI”). The Biden administration recently issued an Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of AI. And the European Union reached provisional agreement on its long-awaited AI Act. This growing effort to regulate and control the development of AI is not surprising. From advancing drug discovery and disease detection to automating menial tasks, the economic and social benefits of AI are real. If misused, however, AI can cause real harms. But the focus on AI technology itself as the target… Read More “Commentary: Before we can regulate AI, we need to know its boundaries”