AI safety refers to the field of research and practices aimed at ensuring the safe and beneficial development and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) systems. With the rapid advancements in AI technology, there is a growing concern regarding potential risks and unintended consequences associated with the use of AI. The primary goal of AI safety … Continue reading What is AI Safety?
Online betting addiction is a serious issue that can have negative consequences on a person's financial, emotional, and mental well-being. If you or someone you know is struggling with online betting addiction, it's important to seek help and support. Here are some steps you can take to address and overcome this addiction: **1. Admit the … Continue reading Help for Online Betting Addiction
US network NBC News brings us some more detail from the White House on what was discussed during negotiations over the opening of the Rafah border crossing. During negotiations, Hamas said it would allow foreign nationals to leave Gaza if "a number of" wounded Palestinians could leave as well. But upon vetting the list, officials discovered that … Continue reading White House provides insight to Rafah crossing negotiations
The son of a woman kidnapped by Hamas has described how the belief she is still alive is what gives him the energy to get through each day. Uri Rawitz's elderly mother Elma was snatched by militants from her home in the Nahal Oz kibbutz on 7 October. "It's a hard time... I'm worried about … Continue reading HEARTBREAKING: ‘Belief that mom is still alive gives me energy’ – Son of Hamas hostage
Despite inconsistent government policies coupled with bureaucratic bottlenecks hindering the smooth operations of indigenous airlines, West Africa’s largest carrier, Air Peace, recently recorded another breakthrough. This time it is not the expansion of its fleets as has been the case, rather the private carrier made a remarkable entry into the European air space after securing … Continue reading Peace Air expanding business operations to London
Exactly four weeks on from Hamas's brutal attacks in southern Israel, which sparked a conflict that has reportedly killed around 10,000 people from both sides, the region "has changed", says Sky News US correspondent Mark Stone, in Jerusalem. He says the repercussions of Hamas's massacres have been "felt every day since" by the people of Gaza … Continue reading Israel-Hamas War: What has changed?
A man who lost 21 members of his family in one Israeli airstrike said he wouldn't wish the way he is feeling on his worst enemy. Ahmed Alnaouq, co-founder of We Are Not Numbers, a Palestinian non-profit project in Gaza, said three of his sisters, two of his brothers and 14 of his nieces and … Continue reading Israel-Hamas War: Man lost 21 family members in one airstrike
US special envoy David Satterfield has been providing an update of Washington's analysis of the humanitarian situation on the ground in Gaza in the last few moments. He said between 800,000 and 1 million people have moved to southern Gaza, and up to 400,000 remain in the north. On aid deliveries which have entered Gaza, … Continue reading ‘No evidence’ of Hamas interfering with Gaza aid – US envoy
At least 41 children have been killed in the West Bank in addition to the thousands killed in Gaza since the conflict erupted on 7 October, Save the Children has said. The charity said at least 111 families, including 356 children, have also been displaced in the West Bank since the violence escalated. In the … Continue reading At least 40 children killed in West Bank since 7 October
Photo by vectors icon on Pexels.com The national living wage could rise to £11.46 an hour next year - well above what the government has announced. The minimum rate for adults over 23 is pegged to median hourly pay - and stronger-than-expected wage growth means April's increase could exceed the £11 an hour recently suggested … Continue reading UK workers to get huge pay increase in 2024
Photo by RDNE Stock project on Pexels.com Crypto Trading Tips for Beginners When venturing into the world of cryptocurrency trading, it's crucial to have a solid understanding of the market and the strategies that can help you succeed. Here are some valuable tips for beginners: 1. Educate Yourself Before diving into crypto trading, take the … Continue reading Crypto trading tips for beginners
Suella Braverman has reportedly formally pitched a ban on tents in urban areas Suella Braverman wants to restrict the use of tents by homeless people in built-up areas, according to a report. The home secretary's proposals are said to include allowing charities to be fined if they give out tents that become a nuisance. Ms … Continue reading Will Suela Braverman end the use of tents by homeless people?
A warning for heavy rain and showers is in force across southern England - with more than 200 flood alerts issued nationwide. The Met Office yellow alert comes days after Storm Ciaran battered the same area with rain, flooding and winds of up to 100mph. The ground is still saturated in many places, raising the likelihood of … Continue reading UK issues flood warning after Storm Ciaran caused chaos
UN relief agency UNRWA said the situation in Gaza is now so dire that the average person there is living on two pieces of Arabic bread made from UN stockpiles. The agency supports roughly 89 bakeries across the region, which aim to supply 1.7m people with food. But Thomas White, the UNRWA's Gaza director, said … Continue reading Gaza residents living on 2 pieces of bread – UN
In the vast expanse of time and space,There's an emptiness I can't erase.The ache within my heart so deep,For you, my love, I constantly weep. Oh, how I miss your tender touch,The warmth you brought, I miss so much.Your laughter filled the darkest night,Now all I have are memories in sight. The way you smiled, … Continue reading Missing You