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Bill Gates explains how AI will change our lives in 5 years
It’s no secret that Bill Gates is bullish on artificial intelligence, but he’s now predicting that the technology will be transformative for everyone within the next five years. Read More.

BY Jordan Valinsky

01.17.24

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World Economic Forum Prepares For Meeting on “Disease X”
Reps from pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca to attend confab about virus that could be 20 times deadlier than COVID. Read More.

BY Paul Joseph Watson

01.13.24

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China on Iowa: 'The World Should Prepare' for Return of Trump
China's Global Times urged the world to "prepare for the possibility of Donald Trump being re-elected as president." Read More.

BY Frances Martel

01.16.24

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ChatGPT Misdiagnosed 83% of Children’s Health Conditions
ChatGPT misdiagnosed more than 8 out of 10 children’s health problems in a case challenge issued by researchers and doctors at a New York children’s hospital, a new study in JAMA Pediatrics showed. Read More.

BY Mike Capuzzo

01.16.24

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V-Safe Free Text Entries to be Released After Court Battle
Since the COVID products were placed under EUA, the government has told us they were “safe and effective.” When some doctors and members of the public began to suspect that may not be the case, they turned to VAERS. Read More.

BY Tracy Beanz

01.15.24

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NBC News Reports 'Deep State' Plot to Facilitate a 'Military Coup' Against Trump Amidst Fear for Alleged 'Retribution' if Re-Elected
Concerns are intensifying among far-left national security “experts” and Pentagon insiders over the possibility that former President Donald Trump might leverage the U.S. Read More.

BY Jim Hoft

01.15.24

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Controversy surrounds OpenAI’s response to hypothetical ‘ethical dilemma’
OpenAI’s AI chatbot’s response to a complex ethical question raises concerns about AI’s moral reasoning capabilities and programming. Read More.

BY News Editors

01.09.24

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X fights legal battle against campus censors at University of Illinois on behalf of student and wins
“If you can be punished for posting about free food, what can’t you be punished for?” Read More.

BY Jarryd Jaeger

01.11.24

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How integrating AI and clinical decision support systems can help in the ER
A Yale University School of Medicine ER clinical informatics expert offers a deep dive preview of his HIMSS24 educational session that will show how artificial intelligence and CDS can boost emergency care. Read More.

BY Bill Siwicki

01.12.24

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Taylor Swift fake AI ad dupes fans
Taylor Swift's likeness and voice were used in an AI-generated ad for cookware that fooled fans, but the company confirmed it was a fake. Read More.

BY Elizabeth Stanton

01.12.24

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Citigroup Plans to Cut 20,000 Jobs
The cuts will amount to about 10% of the bank’s workforce, excluding Mexico business Read More.

BY Justin Baer

01.12.24

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OpenAI: Copyrighted data ‘impossible’ to avoid for AI training
OpenAI made waves this week with its bold assertion to a UK parliamentary committee that it would be "impossible" to develop today's leading AI systems without using vast amounts of copyrighted data. Read More.

BY Ryan Daws

01.09.24

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At Senate AI hearing, news executives fight against “fair use” claims for AI training data
Media orgs want AI firms to license content for training, and Congress is sympathetic. Read More.

BY BENJ EDWARDS

01.11.24

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College Republicans of America endorses Trump for president
The organization said the decision to endorse a candidate for the primary, “typically a rare occurrence in GOP circles, underscores the exceptional nature of this electoral cycle and President Trump’s dominant influence within the Party.” Read More.

BY Hannah Nightingale

01.10.24

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BREAKING: SEC says Bitcoin ETFs have NOT been approved, after hacked X account posts false 'approval'
“The @SECGov X account was compromised, and an unauthorized post was posted.” Read More.

BY Staff

01.10.24

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