Elon Musk touring the ruins of a kibbutz in Israel with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu amid the Israel-Hamas conflict signifies a visit to an area affected by the conflict. However, it's important to note that this doesn't imply the endorsement or condemnation of any party involved. Musk's visit could be focused on understanding the situation and its impact on local communities rather than expressing a stance on the conflict itself.
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US billionaire Elon Musk announced on Tuesday that his social media platform X will donate a share of its advertising and subscription revenue to hospitals both in Israel and war-torn Gaza.
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'Killers of the Flower Moon' star Robert De Niro was not happy at Apple when he took the stage at the Gotham Awards in New York City Monday night. The Oscar-winning actor was on hand to introduce the Historical Icon and Creator Tribute award for Martin Scorsese's Apple film. But when he began reading his prepared remarks for the introduction of the award, he noticed his comments were edited.
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SpaceX’s colossal Starship spacecraft exploded during its second major test flight. But all was not in vain. The test reportedly achieved new milestones that advance Elon Musk’s crucial deep-space launch system. As the Starship spacecraft was heading to near orbit, it appeared to burst on an X livestream. Later, the hosts of the livestream said that Starship likely had been lost. They believe that the vehicle’s flight termination system activated while the vehicle was attempting to reach near orbit. The flight termination system is used to destroy a rocket if it starts to malfunction or deviates from its flight path during a launch.
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After a spectacular end to its first test flight where it lost control and then exploded, the second launch of SpaceX's 36-storey Starship rocket has been rescheduled to Saturday. The 20-minute launch window opened at 8 am ET. If they fail to launch Saturday, there is another opportunity Sunday morning.
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Russia Says Western, Satellites Could Be Considered, Legitimate Targets .
On October 16, a Russian Foreign Ministry official
warned that Russia could shoot down Western
commercial satellites used to aid Ukraine's war efforts.
According to 'Newsweek', Russian state news agency Tass
originally reported that these Western satellites could
be considered legitimate targets for retaliatory strikes. .
Vladimir Ermakov, head of the Foreign Ministry's Department
for Non-Proliferation and Arms Control, reportedly didn't
detail which companies' satellites would be targeted. .
'Newsweek' reports that Elon Musk's
SpaceX provided Starlink satellites to
provide Ukraine with internet service.
'The Wall Street Journal' reported that other American satellite
operators including Maxar Technologies and Planet Labs PBC
are contracted by U.S. national-security agencies.
We have consistently drawn
the attention of the international
community to this dangerous trend,
which goes beyond the harmless use
of space technology, clearly
manifested during the events in Ukraine, Vladimir Ermakov, Head of the Foreign Ministry's Department
for Non-Proliferation and Arms Control, via 'Newsweek'.
Obviously, the United States and its
allies are not fully aware that such
activities actually constitute indirect
participation in armed conflicts, Vladimir Ermakov, Head of the Foreign Ministry's Department
for Non-Proliferation and Arms Control, via 'Newsweek'.
'Newsweek' reports that the statement by Ermakov
echoes similar threats made by deputy director of
the Russian Foreign Ministry's Non-Proliferation
and Arms Control Department, Konstantin Vorontsov.
In October of 2022, Vorontsov said that "commercial,
infrastructure elements in outer space for military purposes"
by the West constitutes an "extremely dangerous trend.".
These States do not realize
that such actions in fact constitute
indirect participation in military conflicts.
Quasi-civilian infrastructure may become
a legitimate target for retaliation, Vladimir Ermakov, Head of the Foreign Ministry's Department
for Non-Proliferation and Arms Control, via 'Newsweek'
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The India-Canada row has sparked quite a geopolitical ruckus with several eminent personalities speaking against Canadian PM Justin Trudeau. Now billionaire Elon Musk has stepped in to express his discord. The SpaceX CEO has taken a swipe at the Justin Trudeau-led government in Canada, accusing it of ‘crushing free speech’ in the country. His remark came after Ottawa made it mandatory for online streaming services to formally register with the government for ‘regulatory controls’.
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OpenAI, creator of ChatGPT, undergoes leadership upheaval in 2022. Sam Altman was ousted as CEO due to communication issues with the board. Mira Murati, a driving force behind ChatGPT, was appointed interim CEO. Her diverse background from Tesla to OpenAI positions her to navigate AI's challenges.
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India’s Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal visited a Tesla manufacturing facility in California on Tuesday. He highlighted India's role in contributing to Tesla's journey. During his visit, he engaged with Indian engineers and financial professionals, but missed Elon Musk. The Twitter chief was unable to meet the minister in person as he was reportedly unwell. Responding to Goyal's post on his visit to the Tesla factory, the billionaire said he was honoured by the minister's visit and said that he looked forward to a future meeting.
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UAW Strike , Expands to Another Plant.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) union
has taken its strike to a plant that produces
Ram 1500 trucks, NBC News reports.
6,800 more employees have stopped working.
Ram 1500 trucks are one of
Stellantis' most profitable vehicles. .
The strike's expansion comes after UAW President Shawn Fain accused Stellantis of "trying to lowball and undercut us" with weaker negotiations than what was put forth by Ford and GM.
In total, approximately 40,000 UAW employees are currently on strike.
They are striking for better pay, shorter work weeks, better pension and health care programs, cost-of-living-adjustments and more.
The walkout began on Sept. 15.
Last week, Ford Executive Chair Bill Ford
called the strike a threat to not only his company, but to the American auto industry.
This should not be Ford versus the
UAW. It should be Ford and the UAW
versus Toyota and Honda, Tesla and
all the Chinese companies that want
to enter our home market, Bill Ford, Ford Executive Chair, via statement.
Fain responded by saying, "It's not the UAW and Ford against foreign automakers. It’s autoworkers everywhere against corporate greed."
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