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EU's AI Act sparks debate: balancing regulation and innovation
As the European Union takes a decisive step forward in regulating artificial intelligence (AI), the enactment of the EU's AI Act has ignited a contentious debate, pitting the imperative of regulation against the drive for innovation.
Kaiser Permanente links less sedentary behavior to lowering blood pressure
Kaiser Permanente, the American-integrated managed care consortium, discovered a simple yet effective strategy for lowering blood pressure among older adults: reducing sitting time.
Paris unveils ambitious climate plans for the Olympics, emphasizing sustainability and cycling
In the lead-up to this year's Summer Olympics in Paris, the city's remarkable transformation into a global cycling hub takes center stage, offering a beacon of hope for sustainable urban mobility and environmental stewardship worldwide.
AI start-ups could trigger a revolution in the medical field
​​​AI-based start-ups have recently jumped into the medical and pharmaceutical field, as experts insist that they could perform a crucial role for the development of healthcare.
Robert Downey Jr. and Emma Stone encounter backlash for allegedly ignoring Asian actors during the Oscars
Oscar winners Robert Downey Jr. and Emma Stone are facing criticism for allegedly neglecting Asian actors Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan during their acceptance speeches at the 2024 Oscars.
U.S. Justice Department sues Apple for its monopolization
Apple Inc. has been accused of violating federal antitrust law and was sued by the U.S. Justice Department on March 21st, 2024.
Near-sightedness among teens surges to epidemic levels
Recently, according to the Ophthalmology Center Barcelona, the surge in screen time among teenagers has led to an alarming increase in near-sightedness, reaching epidemic proportions globally.
First human brain chip implant patient plays chess online
In a groundbreaking achievement for neurotechnology, on March 21, 2024, Noland Arbaugh, the first patient of a human brain chip implant, showcased remarkable control as he played an online game chess solely through thought.
ISIS-K Involvement in Terrorist Attack in Moscow
The organisation known as the Islamic State of ISIS has reentered the global sphere of interest following an attack on a Moscow Opera house last week.
Stephen Curry gets emotional at the ejection of "Troublemaker" Draymond Green
Stephen Curry, known as one of the NBA players who usually doesn’t express anger, is now making headlines for showing great emotional expression after Wednesday’s game.
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