Allies plan to arm Ukraine with thousands of AI drones

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RBC-Ukraine (UK)

The UK is working with countries, including the United States, to equip Ukraine with thousands of new artificial intelligence drones. Western military planners who develop the technology believe that it will allow Ukraine to suppress certain enemy positions with the aforementioned UAVs. They noted that the drones could be delivered to Kyiv within the next few months, but the deadline could still be violated. “Drones have become increasingly important in the Russia-Ukraine war as the conflict approaches the two-year mark, and a global race is ongoing to develop new technologies that could shape… Read More “Allies plan to arm Ukraine with thousands of AI drones”

Allies plan to arm Ukraine with thousands of AI drones

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RBC-Ukraine (CA)

The UK is working with countries, including the United States, to equip Ukraine with thousands of new artificial intelligence drones. Western military planners who develop the technology believe that it will allow Ukraine to suppress certain enemy positions with the aforementioned UAVs. They noted that the drones could be delivered to Kyiv within the next few months, but the deadline could still be violated. “Drones have become increasingly important in the Russia-Ukraine war as the conflict approaches the two-year mark, and a global race is ongoing to develop new technologies that could shape… Read More “Allies plan to arm Ukraine with thousands of AI drones”

Zelenskyy warns ‘artificial deficit’ of weapons gives Russia breathing space at security conference

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Euronews (English)

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned on Saturday that an “artificial deficit” of weapons gives Russia breathing space, hours after his top military official announced a withdrawal from Avdiivka due to heavy Russian fire. Speaking on the second day of the annual Munich Security Conference, Zelenskyy emphasised that limited ammunition supplies and personnel shortages are hindering the country’s defensive stance against Russia as the war approaches its second anniversary. “Ukrainians have proven that we can force Russia to retreat,” he said. “We can get our land back, and (Russian Presi… Read More “Zelenskyy warns ‘artificial deficit’ of weapons gives Russia breathing space at security conference”

Up 167% in 2023, Can This AI Stock Keep Rising in 2024?

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Barchart

Once again this year, artificial intelligence (AI) remains the driving force behind the tech sector’s gains, just as it was in 2023. While the wildly popular “Magnificent Seven” group of mega-cap stocks continues to be a favorite among Wall Street analysts and investors, many smaller players are also emerging to capitalize on this exciting niche. Valued at $55 billion by market cap, Palantir Technologies (PLTR) is popular for its data integration and analytics platforms, particularly Gotham and Foundry. Gotham focuses on government and intelligence use cases, whereas Foundry serves commercial … Read More “Up 167% in 2023, Can This AI Stock Keep Rising in 2024?”

Financial Advice Columnist Falls for Blatant Scam, Hands Over $50,000 in Shoe Box Under Orders from ‘CIA Agent’

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The Western Journal

The internet has become a hotbed of deceitful scammers ready to take advantage of unsuspecting victims. Unfortunately, in our increasingly digital World, it’s practically impossible to avoid exposure completely, unless you live entirely off the grid. However, awareness and caution can help safeguard against falling prey. An op-ed by Charlotte Cowles, financial advice columnist of The Cut, described how Cowles was the victim of a well-orchestrated financial scam that resulted in her handing over $50,000 of her savings in a shoebox. How one person got scammed out of $50,000 https://t.co/EpnZAnBO… Read More “Financial Advice Columnist Falls for Blatant Scam, Hands Over $50,000 in Shoe Box Under Orders from ‘CIA Agent’”

Which Month Are You Most Likely to Die? Statistics Show Calendar Cautions

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Knewz (UK)

While most people spend January trying to start a new year on a positive foot, they also may want to take extra care not to die. Statistically speaking, the first month of the year is the deadliest, with January 1 being the single most dangerous day of the entire year, Knewz.com has learned. January is the part of a seasonal trend of people becoming increasingly more likely to die in winter months, according to the Washington Post, which analyzed 66.8 million deaths going back to 1999. December is the fourth deadliest month, followed by the leader in January and then February and March ranking… Read More “Which Month Are You Most Likely to Die? Statistics Show Calendar Cautions”

Which Month Are You Most Likely to Die? Statistics Show Calendar Cautions

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Knewz

While most people spend January trying to start a new year on a positive foot, they also may want to take extra care not to die. Statistically speaking, the first month of the year is the deadliest, with January 1 being the single most dangerous day of the entire year, Knewz.com has learned. January is the part of a seasonal trend of people becoming increasingly more likely to die in winter months, according to the Washington Post, which analyzed 66.8 million deaths going back to 1999. December is the fourth deadliest month, followed by the leader in January and then February and March ranking… Read More “Which Month Are You Most Likely to Die? Statistics Show Calendar Cautions”

The Powerful Constraints on Medical Care in Catholic Hospitals Across America

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Kaiser Health News

Nurse midwife Beverly Maldonado recalls a pregnant woman arriving at Ascension Saint Agnes Hospital in Maryland after her water broke. It was weeks before the baby would have any chance of survival, and the patient’s wishes were clear, she recalled: “Why am I staying pregnant then? What’s the point?” the patient pleaded. But the doctors couldn’t intervene, she said. The fetus still had a heartbeat and it was a Catholic hospital, subject to the “Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services” that prohibit or limit procedures like abortion that the church deems “immoral” or … Read More “The Powerful Constraints on Medical Care in Catholic Hospitals Across America”

Ukrainian President on Armed Forces’ withdrawal from Avdiivka: ‘Fair and professional decision’

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RBC-Ukraine

During the Munich Security Conference, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stated that Ukraine could win the war against Russia, but the range and sufficiency of weaponry limit its actions. The situation in Avdiivka confirms this. At the same time, the decision to withdraw from the city was logical and professional to save soldiers’ lives. Ukraine’s actions are limited by available weaponry “Ukraine can win. Our actions are limited only by the range and sufficiency of means of attack. But this depends not only on us. The situation in Avdiivka confirms this. Unfortunately, keeping Ukraine i… Read More “Ukrainian President on Armed Forces’ withdrawal from Avdiivka: ‘Fair and professional decision’”

Ukrainian President on Armed Forces’ withdrawal from Avdiivka: ‘Fair and professional decision’

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RBC-Ukraine (CA)

During the Munich Security Conference, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stated that Ukraine could win the war against Russia, but the range and sufficiency of weaponry limit its actions. The situation in Avdiivka confirms this. At the same time, the decision to withdraw from the city was logical and professional to save soldiers’ lives. Ukraine’s actions are limited by available weaponry “Ukraine can win. Our actions are limited only by the range and sufficiency of means of attack. But this depends not only on us. The situation in Avdiivka confirms this. Unfortunately, keeping Ukraine i… Read More “Ukrainian President on Armed Forces’ withdrawal from Avdiivka: ‘Fair and professional decision’”