Criticism and concern: How the Israel attack is viewed in Iran

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Euronews (English)

Iran’s first direct military confrontation with Israel on Saturday did not come as a surprise to some. Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei himself warned Israel would “be slapped”, following a suspected Israeli airstrike on an Iranian consular building in Syria earlier this month. Still, the fallout from the strike – which saw Tehran launch more than 300 drones, ballistic and cruise missiles at Israel – is no less concerning for the Iranian population. While state media depict mass celebrations among the people, a significant portion of the population is deeply concerned about the ec… Read More “Criticism and concern: How the Israel attack is viewed in Iran”

UAE Schools and Nursery Show kicks off Friday at Expo Centre Sharjah

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ANI News

Dubai [UAE], April 14 (ANI/WAM): Expo Centre Sharjah (ECS) is set to host the second edition of the “UAE Schools and Nursery” Show. Organised with the support of Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) and Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA), the event, which is set to run from 19th to 21st April, boasts extensive participation of key players in the UAE education sector, including major educational institutions, schools, and nurseries. The event, which came under the International Education Show, provides an indispensable opportunity for parents to explore and learn about the be… Read More “UAE Schools and Nursery Show kicks off Friday at Expo Centre Sharjah”

Former Treasury official: To stop tax cheats, modernize the IRS | Opinion

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NJ.com

By Thomas J. Healey As the April 15 tax deadline draws near, Americans who perpetually grumble about their annual payout to Uncle Sam are not without a forceful argument. The reason? While most taxpayers play by the rules and pay their fair share of what the government demands, a smaller and usually wealthier segment makes its own rules, resorting to underreporting, non-compliance, and outright fraud to cheat the IRS out of an estimated $688 billion, according to the government’s latest accounting for the 2021 tax year. Adding insult to injury is the fact this so-called “tax gap” – the differe… Read More “Former Treasury official: To stop tax cheats, modernize the IRS | Opinion”

ChatGPT hallucinates fake but plausible scientific citations at a staggering rate, study finds

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PsyPost (CA)

A recent study has found that scientific citations generated by ChatGPT often do not correspond to real academic work. The study, published in the Canadian Psychological Association’s Mind Pad, found that “false citation rates” across various psychology subfields ranged from 6% to 60%. Surprisingly, these fabricated citations feature elements such as legitimate researchers’ names and properly formatted digital object identifiers (DOIs), which could easily mislead both students and researchers. ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence language model developed by OpenAI, which is capable of generat… Read More “ChatGPT hallucinates fake but plausible scientific citations at a staggering rate, study finds”

ChatGPT hallucinates fake but plausible scientific citations at a staggering rate, study finds

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PsyPost (UK)

A recent study has found that scientific citations generated by ChatGPT often do not correspond to real academic work. The study, published in the Canadian Psychological Association’s Mind Pad, found that “false citation rates” across various psychology subfields ranged from 6% to 60%. Surprisingly, these fabricated citations feature elements such as legitimate researchers’ names and properly formatted digital object identifiers (DOIs), which could easily mislead both students and researchers. ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence language model developed by OpenAI, which is capable of generat… Read More “ChatGPT hallucinates fake but plausible scientific citations at a staggering rate, study finds”

ChatGPT hallucinates fake but plausible scientific citations at a staggering rate, study finds

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PsyPost

A recent study has found that scientific citations generated by ChatGPT often do not correspond to real academic work. The study, published in the Canadian Psychological Association’s Mind Pad, found that “false citation rates” across various psychology subfields ranged from 6% to 60%. Surprisingly, these fabricated citations feature elements such as legitimate researchers’ names and properly formatted digital object identifiers (DOIs), which could easily mislead both students and researchers. ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence language model developed by OpenAI, which is capable of generat… Read More “ChatGPT hallucinates fake but plausible scientific citations at a staggering rate, study finds”

Musicians Union in Tentative Deal to Protect from AI Cloning of Artists

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HNGN

A major Hollywood union says it struck a tentative deal with record companies to protect against the use of artificial intelligence to create songs. In a statement posted on its connection, the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists said the pending five-year agreement involved Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group and Disney Music Group. Duncan Crabtree-Ireland, the union’s national executive director, said Friday, called the agreement “groundbreaking, and said, “SAG-AFTRA stands firm in the belief that while technology can enhance t… Read More “Musicians Union in Tentative Deal to Protect from AI Cloning of Artists”

‘I’m Liquidated Again … Bye For Good:’ Mad Crypto Alpha With Ivan

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Benzinga

gm, I’m Ivan and welcome to my weekly column Mad Crypto Alpha. Some people want to build the “future of finance,” but I just want to help you make money in crypto. Each Sunday, you get weekly insights the news does not cover but you need to know about. So you’re not just entertained by crypto but get the alpha behind the story. In this week’s issue: Who got liquidated again and why?What is the right investment mindset?What should you expect from the market?I’m Liquidated Again … Says Guy Who Swore Off Leverage In JanuaryHere we go again with Tarded Degen Gambler: By his own account, he went fr… Read More “‘I’m Liquidated Again … Bye For Good:’ Mad Crypto Alpha With Ivan”

Hollywood strikes ‘groundbreaking’ AI agreement with Sony, Universal, Warner and Disney

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City AM

By Jess Jones Hollywood performers and media artists have struck a “groundbreaking” agreement with major record labels to protect their work against the rising influence of artificial intelligence (AI). The deal, covering the period from 2021 to 2026, promises higher minimum salaries and safeguards against the use of AI, according to a statement by the union that represents Hollywood actors and writers, known as SAG-AFTRA. Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group and Disney Music Group are all included in the deal. Duncan Crabtree-Ireland, SAG-AFTRA national executiv… Read More “Hollywood strikes ‘groundbreaking’ AI agreement with Sony, Universal, Warner and Disney”

Sony Electronics Announces a 4K 60p Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera with AI-based Auto Framing

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Cerebral Overload

Sony Electronics is releasing a flagship 4K 60p pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera model with an integrated lens, the BRC-AM7. Incorporating PTZ Auto Framing technology, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) technology for advanced recognition, the camera facilitates accurate and natural automatic tracking of moving subjects. These innovations enable simplified high-quality video production for broadcast, live event, and sports productions. [(http://nab.vporoom.com/2024-04-10-Sony-Electronics-Announces-a-4K-60p-Pan-Tilt-Zoom-Camera-with-AI-based-Auto-Framing#assets_111:19490)[View File](http://nab.v… Read More “Sony Electronics Announces a 4K 60p Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera with AI-based Auto Framing”