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( China's New AI Chatbot Is Trained on President Xi Jinping's Political Ideology
May 25th 2024, 11:07

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportChina's latest artificial intelligence chatbot is trained on President Xi Jinping's doctrine, in a stark reminder of the ideological parameters that Chinese AI models should abide by. China's cyberspace academy earlier this week announced the chatbot trained on Xi Jinping Thought, a doctrine that promotes "socialism with Chinese characteristics." Students have had to take classes on Xi Jinping Thought, and there is an app called Study Xi Strong...


( Spanish Defence Minister Says Gaza War Is "Real Genocide"
May 25th 2024, 10:59

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportThe Spanish defense minister said Saturday that the conflict in Gaza is a "real genocide," as relations between Israel and Spain worsen following Madrid's decision to recognize a Palestinian state. She also said Madrid's recognition of Palestine was not a move against Israel, adding that it was designed to help "end violence in Gaza." The decision, she explained, was "not against the Israeli state [or] against the Israelis, who are people we...


( Mental Disorders May Spread in Young People's Social Networks
May 25th 2024, 10:59

Source: ( Science Daily - Top HealthMental disorders may be transmitted between individuals within social networks—especially in the case of mood, anxiety, and eating disorders—new research suggests. The study, published in JAMA Psychiatry, is the largest and most comprehensive so far on the spread of mental disorders in social networks, with more than 700,000 ninth-grade pupils from 860 Finnish schools participating.


( International Court of Justice Orders Israel to Stop Rafah Campaign
May 25th 2024, 10:58

Source: ( United Press International - Health NewsThe International Court of Justice Friday ordered Israel to stop its Rafah military assault in Gaza in response to a complaint from South Africa. In its ruling, the ICJ said Israel must keep the Rafah crossing open for the unhindered delivery of urgently needed basic services and humanitarian assistance. War cabinet member Benny Gantz later told U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken that Israel will continue the Rafah campaign despite the ICJ's...


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