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Microsoft unveils new Bing with ChatGPT powers

Microsoft has announced a new version of its search engine Bing, which incorporates the latest in artificial intelligence. The overhaul deploys OpenAI's ChatGPT technology, which has taken the world by storm since its launch last year.

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Fawlty Towers: John Cleese to revive series with daughter

Comedy series Fawlty Towers is set to be revived after more than 40 years. John Cleese, who played Basil Fawlty, will be returning to write and star alongside his daughter Camilla Cleese.

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Hommage to Paul Otlet, a father of information science

Paul Marie Ghislain Otlet (/ɒtˈleɪ/; French: [ɔtle]; 23 August 1868 – 10 December 1944) was a Belgian author, entrepreneur, lawyer and peace activist; predicting the arrival of the internet before World War II,[1] he is among those considered to be the father of information science, a field h

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What is hybrid warfare? Inside the centre dealing with modern threats

Mysterious underwater explosions, anonymous cyber attacks and subtle online campaigns to undermine Western democracies - these are all "hybrid threats". The BBC visited a centre dedicated to targeting a relatively new form of warfare which is increasingly concerning Nato and the EU.

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'Google killer' ChatGPT sparks AI chatbot race

It has been two months since the public launch of AI chatbot ChatGPT by the firm OpenAI - and it did not take long for people to start noticing what a game-changer this really is.

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Digital pound likely this decade, Treasury says

A state-backed digital pound is likely to be launched later this decade, according to the Treasury and the Bank of England.Both institutions want to ensure the public has access to safe money that is easy to use in the digital age.

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Bageshwar Dham Sarkar: The Indian guru making headlines over 'miracle' cures

India is home to thousands of religious gurus, but a controversial new "godman" has been making headlines for the past fortnight.

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Strong earthquake hits south-eastern Turkey

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How an ancient Greek myth still shapes our minds

When I was five years old, my grandmother gave my younger sister and me a picture book which outlined in detail how a man and a woman have sex to create a baby. We were enthralled.

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New Rule: A Woke Revolution | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

The problem with communism – and with some very recent ideologies here at home – is that they think you can change reality by screaming at it.

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Brexit causes collapse in European research funding for Oxbridge

One of the UK’s most prestigious universities has seen its funding from a large European research programme plummet from £62m a year to nothing since Brexit, new figures show.

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Pakistan blocks Wikipedia for 'blasphemous content'

Wikipedia has been blocked in Pakistan for hosting "blasphemous content". The move was announced on Saturday after the free online encyclopaedia was given a 48-hour deadline to remove some material.

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Lev Tahor: Jewish sect leaders arrested in Mexico jungle raid freed

Leaders of a Jewish sect arrested in a raid on its jungle base in Mexico last week on suspicion of human trafficking and sex crimes have been freed. Their lawyer said the pair, who are foreign citizens, were released on Thursday night for lack of evidence.

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'I escaped abusive jungle cult - then rescued my son'

When Mexican police raided a self-styled Jewish sect, former members hoped it would spell the end of the group, which has been accused of crimes against children.

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The mind-bending physics of time | Sean Carroll

How the Big Bang gave us time, explained by theoretical physicist Sean Carroll. Subscribe to Big Think on YouTube ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvQECJukTDE2i6aCoMnS-Vg?sub_confirmation=1 Up next, The Universe in 90 minutes: Time, free will, God, & more ► https://youtu.be/tM4sLmt1Ui8 In th

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Microsites in Drupal

Microsites can be a useful tool. If you need sections of your website to look different from the main theme, or you have an initiative that needs greater emphasis, or you want a content team to have more control over a specific group of content, then implementing microsites can be a good solution.

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The mystery of North America's missing eastern dinosaurs

It was a typically warm, humid day in the Late Cretaceous. A strange, pallid mass was floating in the cobalt-blue waters of a shallow sea, above what is now New Jersey. It was a dead dinosaur, the bloated carcass of a monstrous, 6.4m (21ft)-long distant relative of Tyrannosaurus rex.

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The billionaires fuelling a space race

Dubbed "NewSpace", an increasing number of entrepreneurs are joining in the race to create cheap, commercialised space travel. Among these are billionaires Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Sir Richard Branson, who all made their fortunes in other industries.

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Why would China use a spy balloon when it has satellites?

News of an alleged Chinese spy balloon floating over the US has left many wondering why Beijing would want to use a relatively unsophisticated tool for its surveillance of the US mainland.

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International Garden Photographer of the Year competition 2023

Tony North has been named winner of this year's International Garden Photographer of the Year competition. His picture was taken in the island of La Palma, which is part of the Canary Islands. It is entitled Blue Tajinaste and also won first place in the Breathing Spaces section of the competition.

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