24Apr/24

Jean-Michel Jarre is world’s first passenger to take off in KleinVision’s flying AirCar

leinVision’s AirCar took to the skies with electronic music pioneer, Jean-Michel Jarre as its first passenger this month, signaling a new era of transportation innovation. AirCar, which received the Certificate of Airworthiness in January 2022, has already logged an impressive 130 flight hours and over 520 takeoffs. Continue reading

23Apr/24

Top 2024 Infrastructure and Operations Priorities for UK Leaders Published in Report by Info-Tech Research Group

As organisations prepare for the complexities of 2024, they face the task of not only maintaining their current IT operations but also adopting and integrating emerging technologies like generative AI (Gen AI). The Infrastructure & Operations Priorities 2024 report by Info-Tech Research Group aims to guide I&O leaders through this dual challenge. Continue reading

23Apr/24

Landmark New Publication: the Forgotten Biochemistry 101 of COVID-19

TrialSite News features a paper published today in Viruses (Basel), authored by an international team of researchers, including two fellows of their nations’ academies of sciences (Colleen Aldous, senior author Wendy Hoy) and others who participated in Nobel prize-honored research (Thomas Borody, Morimasa Yagisawa). The publication reveals how coronavirus biochemistry well-established over past decades governs the morbidities of COVID-19, risk factors and therapeutic approaches. Continue reading

21Apr/24

How Zambian tribes celebrate their heritage

April 21, 2024 /Human interest/ — Zambia is a country rich in culture and traditions. Throughout the year, various tribes celebrate their heritage through vibrant ceremonies. Here are some of the most famous ones:

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17Apr/24

Breakdancing’s inclusion in the Olympics is a big deal! Here is how

NEW YORK, April 17, 2024 /Entertainment/ —

To understand its journey, let’s rewind to the 1980s, a pivotal decade for street dance, rap, and hip-hop culture. Continue reading

17Apr/24

UK the Most Suited Market in Europe for Electric Vehicles Despite Current Pessimism, New Geotab® Report Finds

Geotab Inc. (“Geotab”), a global market leader in connected transportation solutions, has found that two-thirds of vehicles (cars and vans) operated by private and public sector organisations in the UK are ready to go electric — contrary to increasing industry and media pessimism around electric vehicle (EV) adoption. Continue reading

17Apr/24

Americans favor quality over quantity in pursuit of longevity

Americans overwhelmingly say that when they think about longevity, it’s more than just living longer—it’s about living their healthiest, best lives. While most want to live to 90—well past the average U.S. life expectancy of 77.5 years—nearly two-thirds (66%) would choose a shorter, healthier life over a longer one with health issues. Continue reading

15Apr/24

Gaza war: Israel using AI to identify human targets raising fears that innocents are being caught in the net

Elke Schwarz, Queen Mary University of London

A report by Jerusalem-based investigative journalists published in +972 magazine finds that AI targeting systems have played a key role in identifying – and potentially misidentifying – tens of thousands of targets in Gaza. This suggests that autonomous warfare is no longer a future scenario. It is already here and the consequences are horrifying.

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13Apr/24

Media.Monks and The World Literacy Foundation Unveil “The Literacy Pen,” Designed to Combat the Global Illiteracy Crisis

S4Capital’s operating brand Media.Monks, a digital-first marketing and advertising services company, has partnered with The World Literacy Foundation, a global non-profit organization that provides access to literacy education, to launch an innovative learning tool: The Literacy Pen. Continue reading