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First known test dogfight between AI and human pilot carried out, US military says

Sky News Friday, 19 April 2024
The world's first known combat between a human pilot and a fighter jet controlled by AI has been carried out in California, the US military has said.
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Red Lobster Announces Nearly 100 Locations Will Be Shut Down [Video]

Red Lobster Announces Nearly 100 Locations Will Be Shut Down

Red Lobster Announces, Nearly 100 Locations , Will Be Shut Down. NBC reports that approximately 99 Red Lobster locations will be auctioned off as the seafood chain faces questions regarding the company's long-term future. Founder and CEO of the liquidation firm TAGeX Brands, Neal Sherman, said he would lead the closure of over 50 locations in a May 13 LinkedIn post. Sherman said equipment from the locations will be auctioned off. Locations will reportedly be closed across the United States, including Denver, Indianapolis, California and New York. On May 14, Restaurant Business Magazine reported a total of 99 locations would close, representing about 15% of the company's 700 locations. . NBC reports that the largest seafood restaurant in the U.S. has struggled with debt, unfavorable leases and executive turnover. The chain's troubles also stem from ill-advised strategies like an all-you-can-eat-shrimp promotion in 2023 that resulted in a significant loss. Earlier in 2024, the chain's largest investor, Thai Union, announced that it would seek to exit its position. . The combination of Covid-19 pandemic, sustained industry headwinds, higher interest rates and rising material and labor costs have impacted Red Lobster, resulting in prolonged negative financial contributions to Thai Union and its shareholders, Thiraphong Chansiri, Thai Union Group’s CEO, via NBC. After detailed analysis, we have determined that Red Lobster’s ongoing financial requirements no longer align with our capital allocation priorities and therefore are pursuing an exit of our minority investment, Thiraphong Chansiri, Thai Union Group’s CEO, via NBC

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Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Delinquent Over Unpaid Fees [Video]

Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Delinquent Over Unpaid Fees

Harry and Meghan’s Archewell , Delinquent Over Unpaid Fees. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's charity is currently prohibited from raising money in California because it's been found delinquent in the state, NBC News reports. . California Attorney General Rob Bonta was responsible for issuing the delinquency notice. . According to the state of California, Archewell has yet to pay its yearly registration fees or submit an annual report. A source familiar with the situation said that the foundation's check was lost in the mail, but another one has been sent out. . The issue will likely be resolved in a matter of days, according to the source. Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan have been in Nigeria supporting causes such as wounded veterans. Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan have been in Nigeria supporting causes such as wounded veterans. The Archewell Foundation was launched in 2020 after the couple stepped away from the royal family. The foundation's mission is, "Show up, do good.". We consciously partner with key organizations and leaders to identify immediate needs, build meaningful initiatives, and drive long-term change, Via the Archewell Foundation's website

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Harry and Meghan's charity 'delinquent', US authority says

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Archewell Foundation has been labelled "delinquent" by California's Registry of Charities and Fundraisers for failing to submit..
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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's Archewell Delinquency Status Explained

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's charitable org has hit a snag -- being declared delinquent by the state of California, but there's a perfectly good explanation..
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'Jaws' Actress Susan Backlinie Dead at 77, Played Shark's First Victim

Susan Backlinie, who played one of the most memorable roles in "Jaws," has died ... TMZ has learned. The longtime actress and stuntwoman passed away at her home..
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Drew Pearce Talks About The Dangers of A.I. and Deepfakes in 'The Fall Guy' | THR Video [Video]

Drew Pearce Talks About The Dangers of A.I. and Deepfakes in 'The Fall Guy' | THR Video

'The Fall Guy' screenwriter and executive producer Drew Pearce talks about Emily Blunt and Ryan Gosling's on screen chemistry and working with director David Leitch. Plus, he reveals why they touched on the dangers of A.I. and deepfakes in the film.

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Made in Europe: The AI company aiming to solve the teacher shortage crisis [Video]

Made in Europe: The AI company aiming to solve the teacher shortage crisis

21st Century Digital Teaching (21C) has developed avatar teachers to create new generation mathematics content in a bid to assist schools and boost engagement with pupils.

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Musicians Sign Open Letter Warning About AI Threat to Artists [Video]

Musicians Sign Open Letter Warning About AI Threat to Artists

Musicians Sign Open Letter , Warning About AI Threat to Artists. The Artists Rights Alliance and approximately 200 musicians such as Billie Eilish, Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj released the open letter, according to 'The Hollywood Reporter.'. The Artists Rights Alliance and approximately 200 musicians such as Billie Eilish, Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj released the open letter, according to 'The Hollywood Reporter.'. The Artists Rights Alliance and approximately 200 musicians such as Billie Eilish, Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj released the open letter, according to 'The Hollywood Reporter.'. The letter calls on developers of digital music to "cease the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to infringe upon and devalue the rights of human artists.". The campaign draws attention to how AI developers use musical works without permission to create AI "copycats.". Working musicians are already struggling to make ends meet in the streaming world, and now they have the added burden of trying to compete with a deluge of AI-generated noise. , Jen Jacobsen, executive director of the ARA, via statement. The unethical use of generative AI to replace human artists will devalue the entire music ecosystem — for artists and fans alike, Jen Jacobsen, executive director of the ARA, via statement. Others artists who signed the open letter include Camila Cabello, Sam Smith, Jon Bon Jovi. Others artists who signed the open letter include Camila Cabello, Sam Smith, Jon Bon Jovi. Others artists who signed the open letter include Camila Cabello, Sam Smith, Jon Bon Jovi. Norah Jones, Chuck D. Norah Jones, Chuck D. Kate Hudson, Pearl Jam and R.E.M. Kate Hudson, Pearl Jam and R.E.M. Kate Hudson, Pearl Jam and R.E.M. Make no mistake: we believe that, when used responsibly, AI has enormous potential to advance human creativity and in a manner that enables the development and growth of new and exciting experiences for music fans everywhere. , Via open letter. Unfortunately, some platforms and developers are employing AI to sabotage creativity and undermine artists, songwriters, musicians and rightsholders, Via open letter. We must protect against the predatory use of AI to steal professional artists’ voices and likenesses, violate creators’ rights, and destroy the music ecosystem. , Via open letter

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AI in Modern Warfare: From Gaza to Ukraine | Bringing Peace Back to the Agenda | Oneindia News [Video]

AI in Modern Warfare: From Gaza to Ukraine | Bringing Peace Back to the Agenda | Oneindia News

As AI redefines the nature of conflict, from the streets of Gaza to the battlegrounds of Ukraine, it's imperative to address its impact on global peace. Join us as we delve into the role of artificial intelligence in modern warfare and explore the urgent need to prioritize peace on the international agenda. From autonomous drones to cyber warfare, discover how AI is shaping the future of war and what it means for the prospects of global governance and peacebuilding efforts. #Gaza #GazaWar #GazaStrip #Ukraine #RussiaUkraine #IsraelPalestine #IsraelHamasWar #AIinWar #ArtificialIntelligence #AITechnology #Oneindia ~HT.99~PR.274~ED.194~

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AI Automation Could Displace 8 Million Workers in the UK, Report Warns [Video]

AI Automation Could Displace 8 Million Workers in the UK, Report Warns

AI Automation Could Displace 8 Million, Workers in the UK, Report Warns. 'The Guardian' reports that nearly 8 million jobs in the United Kingdom could be lost in a potential artificial intelligence "jobs apocalypse.". 'The Guardian' reports that nearly 8 million jobs in the United Kingdom could be lost in a potential artificial intelligence "jobs apocalypse.". According to a report by The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), younger workers, women and lower- wage workers stand to lose the most to AI automation. According to a report by The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), younger workers, women and lower- wage workers stand to lose the most to AI automation. The IPPR's report found that entry-level, part-time and administrative jobs face the highest risk of being replaced by AI in a "worst-case scenario.". Over the next three to five years, the thinktank warns that more companies will use generative AI technology to automate everyday workplace tasks. The IPPR found that 11% of tasks currently done by workers are at risk. This includes database management, scheduling and stocktaking, which could displace entry-level workers in the secretarial, administrative and customer service sectors. This includes database management, scheduling and stocktaking, which could displace entry-level workers in the secretarial, administrative and customer service sectors. The IPPR warns that the number could increase to 59% of tasks in a second wave if AI technology is developed to handle more and more complex tasks. . The second wave could impact higher-earning jobs that involve less routine tasks surrounding database creation, copywriting and graphic design. . The IPPR warns that women , "are more likely to work in the most exposed occupations, such as secretarial and administrative occupations.". According to the report, the worst-case scenario for the second wave of AI could impact 7.9 million jobs, which would negate productivity gains with zero growth in GDP for up to five years.

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