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Governance – Artificial Intelligence Forty-two countries adopt new OECD Principles on Artificial Intelligence 22/05/2019 – OECD and partner countries formally adopted the first set of intergovernmental policy guidelines on Artificial Intelligence (AI) today, agreeing to uphold international standards that aim to ensure AI systems are designed to be robust, safe, fair and trustworthy. The OECD’s […]
I was heartened to see someone attempting to grapple with the subgenre of dungeon synth a few days ago (and this short piece is somewhat a response to it). The subgenre is a fascinating microcosm that is of its time in the digital world, a product of the tape-sharing days of the early black metal […]
A group of University of Lethbridge researchers and Blackfoot elders will be spending two weeks in England this summer to produce detailed models of Blackfoot artifacts. Christine Clark, one of the researchers embarking on the trip in July, said the artifacts will be documented through a process called photogrammetry, which involves taking a series of […]
Four teams of the Premier League achieved a Brexit football by defeating all their opponents to reach the final of the two largest European football competitions: Liverpool vs. Tottenham, who will compete for the Champions League final, and Arsenal vs. Chelsea, who will play the UEFA Cup. It had never happened that in these tournaments […]
It would not be sensible to aim only to leave the European Union without a deal but it would not be responsible to take no deal off the table, Boris Johnson, the bookmakers’ favorite to succeed Theresa May as British prime minister, said on Sunday.
IOn Sunday, election Sunday was completely under the spell of what will come on Monday in Vienna. Because there takes place the first meeting of the National Council after the "Ibiza video" with the scandalous remarks of the now retired FPÖ chairman Heinz-Christian Strache was known and the coalition of the ÖVP and FPÖ break […]
Here are the live results of the European Parliament elections after 28 countries, including the United Kingdom, elected 751 MEPs. More than 400 million people had the right to vote in the elections and about half voted, said Sunday an overall estimate.
By Raphaël Jolivet – This dossier gives an overview of the technological bricks available today and missing links to decentralise the internet again, and to get rid of GAFAM’s [Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft – ed] hand on our data and our lives. Contents State of play Social networks are […]
Europe Election polls: High turnout and a changed chamber Aljazeera.com The election has been portrayed as a battle between the pro-European establishment and its Eurosceptic challengers. View full coverage on Google News from World – World United States – Google News http://bit.ly/2wkKx4n
With estimates ranging from 2.3% to 2.7% of the votes, the CPF should collect a minimum score from preliminary surveys. Although the campaign noted in its list "People's Europe against the Money Europe", led by Ian Brossat, the training has not crossed the 3% threshold which entitles the reimbursement of its expenses, nor, a fortiori, […]
“If the city of mostly true believers is still disappointed by the election result it could always build a bridge and get over it. Speculation of a brand, spanking new structure spanning Lake Burley Griffin might just be the tonic,” writes Seven Days columnist MIKE WELSH.