Abu Dhabi Forum for Peace discusses preparations for conference on AI, religions in Hiroshima

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Abu Dhabi [UAE], May 18 (ANI/WAM): Shaikh Al Mahfoudh bin Bayyah, Secretary-General of the Abu Dhabi Forum for Peace, and Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, President of the Pontifical Academy for Life, discussed preparations for a conference on artificial intelligence (AI) and religions in Hiroshima. This conference, slated to take place in July, is part of the ongoing efforts of the “Hiroshima AI Process,” initiated by the G7 leaders recently. During the meeting, both parties deliberated on the significance of broadening the reach of the Rome Call for AI Ethics to encompass all religions and human … Read More “Abu Dhabi Forum for Peace discusses preparations for conference on AI, religions in Hiroshima”

Artificial Intelligence will bring revolution in human surgery: ISRO scientist Mylswamy Annadurai

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Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], May 18 (ANI): Former Project Director Chandrayaan and ISRO scientist Mylswamy Annadurai said that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will bring a big revolution in human surgery and can be a super-assistant to surgeons. Mylswamy Annadurai said, “AI is making inroads in all the fields, including the surgical field. From open surgery to laparoscopic to robotic-assisted surgery, robotics can be infused with AI. There will be a big revolution in human surgery. For this, surgeons should also be aware of that. AI will be super-assistant to surgeons. This can also increase the… Read More “Artificial Intelligence will bring revolution in human surgery: ISRO scientist Mylswamy Annadurai”

FAO highlights potential of AI, digital revolution to transform ’s agrifood systems

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Rome [Italy], May 18 (ANI/WAM): Artificial Intelligence and the ongoing digital revolution will inevitably transform the World and its agrifood systems, making it all the more urgent that the transformations they drive benefit everyone and contribute to solving global challenges, the Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), QU Dongyu, said Friday at the Business Federations of the G7 (B7) meeting in Rome. Artificial Intelligence is not just a technological shift but is driving a fundamental economic and social transformation at the broadest level, Qu said, noting that F… Read More “FAO highlights potential of AI, digital revolution to transform ’s agrifood systems”

ChatGPT and academic cheating: Researchers identify personality traits linked to misuse of AI

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A recent study published in the journal Heliyon explored the connection between personality traits and students’ willingness to use advanced language models, such as ChatGPT, to generate academic texts without acknowledging the source. The findings indicate that specific personality traits play a significant role in predicting whether students are likely to engage in this form of academic misconduct. Large language models are advanced artificial intelligence systems designed to understand and generate human-like text. These models are built using deep learning techniques and are trained on vas… Read More “ChatGPT and academic cheating: Researchers identify personality traits linked to misuse of AI”

ChatGPT and academic cheating: Researchers identify personality traits linked to misuse of AI

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PsyPost

A recent study published in the journal Heliyon explored the connection between personality traits and students’ willingness to use advanced language models, such as ChatGPT, to generate academic texts without acknowledging the source. The findings indicate that specific personality traits play a significant role in predicting whether students are likely to engage in this form of academic misconduct. Large language models are advanced artificial intelligence systems designed to understand and generate human-like text. These models are built using deep learning techniques and are trained on vas… Read More “ChatGPT and academic cheating: Researchers identify personality traits linked to misuse of AI”

ChatGPT and academic cheating: Researchers identify personality traits linked to misuse of AI

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A recent study published in the journal Heliyon explored the connection between personality traits and students’ willingness to use advanced language models, such as ChatGPT, to generate academic texts without acknowledging the source. The findings indicate that specific personality traits play a significant role in predicting whether students are likely to engage in this form of academic misconduct. Large language models are advanced artificial intelligence systems designed to understand and generate human-like text. These models are built using deep learning techniques and are trained on vas… Read More “ChatGPT and academic cheating: Researchers identify personality traits linked to misuse of AI”

From Tokyo To New York, Stock Markets Are Hitting Unprecedented Highs: Report

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Stock markets worldwide are reaching record-breaking highs. This unprecedented rally, spanning from Tokyo to New York, has seen 14 of the World’s 20 largeststock markets hit all-time highs. What Happened: The MSCI ACWI Index monitors both developed and emerging markets, and set a new record last Friday. In the U.S., the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 indexes also reached new highs this week, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average surpassing the 40,000 mark for the first time. Major stock exchanges in Europe, Canada, Brazil, India, Japan and Australia are also at or near their peak levels. Several facto… Read More “From Tokyo To New York, Stock Markets Are Hitting Unprecedented Highs: Report”

Monet’s Iconic Haystack Painting Sold for Staggering Amount After 8-Minute Bidding War

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After an intense eight-minute bidding war at Sotheby’s on Wednesday evening, Claude Monet’s iconic “Meules à Giverny,” which is also “Grainstacks” or simply “Haystacks,” sold for a staggering $34.8 million. #AuctionUpdate: An iconic haystack painting, Claude Monet’s ‘Meules à Giverny’ achieves an astounding $34.8M after an almost 8-minute bidding battle. #SothebysModern pic.twitter.com/ikZeh7MVuX — Sotheby’s (@Sothebys) May 15, 2024 The late Frenchimpressionist artist’s Haystack painting is one of the late artist’s most recognizable works. It was painted in 1893, and has now found itself being… Read More “Monet’s Iconic Haystack Painting Sold for Staggering Amount After 8-Minute Bidding War”

Tattoo artist reveals five most painful places to get inked, and how to cope with the pain

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Tattoos are becoming more and more popular across the World, but getting inked isn’t a comfortable experience. It’s always painful wherever you choose, although the pain is worse in some areas of the body than others. The machine is full of tiny needles that pierce the skin repeatedly, dropping ink with every puncture – which is why it’s so sore. If you’re thinking of getting your first tattoo, or one in a new area, a tattoo artist has revealed the most painful places to get inked, and some tips to cope with the pain. Most painful places to get a tattoo“It is important to realize that any tatt… Read More “Tattoo artist reveals five most painful places to get inked, and how to cope with the pain”

20 Low-Stress In-Person and Remote Jobs for Seniors and Retirees

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Numerous studies have shown that job-related stress is by far one of the most significant sources of stress for American employees, with a significant number of elderly or those over 50 years old being impacted by high-pressure jobs and complex working schedules. The Economic Policy Institute found that nearly half – 46.1 percent – of those aged 50 and older experience stress due to high-pressure jobs. More worrisome is that roughly 50.6 percent of older workers are currently employed in physically demanding positions, often impacting their near-term and long-term physical or mental well-being… Read More “20 Low-Stress In-Person and Remote Jobs for Seniors and Retirees”