Can The European Union Prevent An Artificial Intelligence Dystopia? - [2021-04-18 L8633A]

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NASA has selected SpaceX to build a lander to take humans to the moon:


SpaceX has been awarded a $2.9 billion contract to build the lunar lander that will take astronauts to the surface of the moon as part of NASA's Artemis programme

Covid-19 news: Infections in England at lowest level in 7 months:


The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic

Physicists have created a new and extremely rare kind of uranium:


A team of physicists in China has produced the lightest uranium atom ever, which is more than 10 per cent smaller than the most common type of uranium

Facebook says its AI could help find drug combinations to treat cancer:


Facebook claims that its new artificial intelligence can predict the way drugs interact with each other inside cells, but other researchers say it may not translate into results that will be useful in humans

The alphabet may have been invented 500 years earlier than we thought:


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Can the European Union prevent an artificial intelligence dystopia?:


Leaked draft legislation suggests the European Union is attempting to find a “third way” on artificial intelligence regulation, between the free market US and authoritarian China

Limiting fossil fuel use isn’t enough – we must stop extraction too:


To limit climate change and meet even the modest goals of the Paris Agreement, governments need to focus less on reducing demand for fossil fuels and more on cutting the supply

Children are getting long covid and being left with lasting problems:


UK officials have called the lack of support for children with long covid a “national scandal” and parents are raising alarms about the risks posed by school reopening

First universal coronavirus vaccine will start human trials this year:


The world is in urgent need of a vaccine that protects against all coronaviruses, even those we've not met yet, warn scientists, as plans for human trials of potential candidates ramp up

Exclusive: On board the mission to one of the world’s largest icebergs:


A vast iceberg which separated from Antarctica in 2017 is now breaking up. Oceanographer Povl Abrahamsen reports from a unique mission to study the impact of its demise using underwater robotic gliders

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