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Pentagon Using Artificial Intelligence to Predict Incidents ‘Days in Advance’
The U.S. military is testing cutting edge artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms that the Pentagon says will allow American forces to predict major events prior to them happening. At a press conference, on July 28, General...
Japanese truck manufacturers have begun focusing on electric variants.
Japanese Firms Partner Against Chinese Competition to Produce Home-built Electric Trucks
Isuzu and Hino, two prominent Japanese vehicle manufacturers, will be entering the zero-emission light truck market in 2022. Hino will be launching its Dutro Z EV truck in early summer while Isuzu will release the...
Data from Perseverance and InSight have helped scientists discover new information about Mars.
What’s Inside Mars? InSight and Perseverance Robots Reveal Interesting New Details
InSight and Perseverance are two NASA robots that are presently exploring the Martian surface. InSight landed on the red planet on Nov. 26, 2018; it’s been active for 977 days as of July 30. Perseverance...
General view of the Bayer Chemical Plant on July 27, 2021 in Leverkusen, Germany. Chempark houses chemical giant Bayer, the company that founded the football team, by employees of the pharmaceutical firm.
German Chemical Plant Explosion Claims 2 Lives, 5 Still Missing and Presumed Dead, Dozens Injured
On Tuesday, July 27, an explosion at the Chempark industrial park, operated by Currenta and located in Leverkusen, Germany, tore through the complex. At least two employees were killed, and dozens of others were injured,...
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California: Natural Gas Vehicles Achieved Negative Carbon Growth in 2020
The focus on clean energy is mostly monopolized by sources like solar, wind power, and so on. An often overlooked power source is Renewable Natural Gas (RNG), a purified form of biogas produced from organic...
General view of atmosphere at Anti-Defamation League Entertainment Industry Dinner at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on May 24, 2017. PayPal announced a partnership with the ADL the same day as a Big Tech consortium of 17 of the largest companies in Silicon Valley announced plans with the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism to expand a shared database of content to target “white supremacist violence.”
Big Tech Consortium and PayPal Telegraph Plans to Crack Down on ‘White Supremacy’
A self-proclaimed counter terrorism organization with a membership comprised of the world’s biggest tech oligarchs has announced plans to expand content sharing among its ranks in a bid to crack down on “white supremacy” and...
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US Criticizes China for Cyberattack on Microsoft Exchange, But Falls Short of Action
The Biden administration recently condemned China for waging cyberattacks against America. Washington was joined by its allies like the European Union who also issued their own statements criticizing the Chinese regime’s actions. However, some security...
Demonstrators, with a poster on the right reading "internet is our only chance," attend the Free Internet rally in response to a bill making its way through parliament calling for all internet traffic to be routed through servers in Russia— making VPNs (virtual private networks) ineffective, in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, March 10, 2019.
A New Internet for Russia, or Communist State Controls?
Russia recently tested disconnecting from the World Wide Web as part of an exercise to bolster its cybersecurity. The tests were conducted as part of the “sovereign internet” law the country had passed two years...
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French Co-Owner of China’s Taishan Nuclear Plant Recommends Shutdown
Electricite de France (EDF), the French company that co-owns China’s Taishan nuclear power plant, has indicated that it would shut down the plant if it was possible. A spokesperson from the company stated that though...