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2024-06-11: News Headlines

Staff (2024-06-11). Headlines for June 11, 2024. democracynow.org U.N. Security Council Approves U.S.-Backed Gaza Ceasefire Resolution, 15-Year-Old Among Palestinians Killed by Israeli Forces in West Bank Raid, Federal Appeals Court Hears Lawsuit Accusing Top U.S. Officials of Complicity in Genocide, Police Attack, Arrest UCLA Protesters as Students Continue to Pressure School over Israel Ties, U.S. Jury Orders Chiquita to Pay $38 Million to Families of Colombians Killed by Paramilitary Group, Belgian Prime Minister Resigns After Far-RIght Victory in EU Elections, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Agrees with Fundamentalist Ideas in Leaked Audio, Trump Interviewed by NY Probat…

RT (2024-06-11). NATO Using AI against Russia — Top Official. dissidentvoice.org FILE PHOTO. David van Weel. © Getty Images / Anadolu Agency / Omer Taha Cetin NATO is utilizing artificial intelligence to track Russian aircraft and fueling stations, the US-led bloc's Assistant Secretary General for Innovation, Hybrid and Cyber, David van Weel, has revealed. Speaking at the NATO-Ukraine Defense Innovators Forum at AGH University of Krakow, …

Staff (2024-06-11). U.S. Jewish Army Intel Officer Quits over Gaza, Says "Impossible" Not to See Echoes of Holocaust. democracynow.org We speak with U.S. Army Major Harrison Mann, the first military and intelligence officer to publicly resign over the Biden administration's support for Israel's war on Gaza. Mann left his role at the Defense Intelligence Agency after a 13-year career, saying in a public letter explaining his resignation that "nearly unqualified support for the government of Israel … has enabled and empowered the killing and starvation of tens of thousands of innocent Palestinians." Mann submitted his resignation on November 1, just over three weeks into Israel's assault on Gaza, but his separation…

Diego Ramos, Scheer Post. (2024-06-11). Study Finds Indicators Of Economic Growth Without Environmental Harm. popularresistance.org A recent study conducted by researchers from China, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Italy, Britain, and South Africa has found evidence of separation between economic growth and environmental degradation in China's most economically significant lake basin. | The Yangtze River Delta, which was studied by the team, accounts for only 4 percent of the country's land area but a quarter of its gross domestic product (GDP). Some of China's major industries, including chip, electric vehicle, robot and battery manufacturers and developers in software and artificial intelligence are concentrated in the delta.

ecns.cn (2024-06-11). Student admits to spying, tricking national security agency. ecns.cn The Ministry of State Security announced a case on Tuesday involving a university student who, due to debt issues, engaged in espionage activities and attempted to evade punishment by pretending to report espionage leads to the national security agency in order to gather intelligence about himse…

Ana Luisa Brown (2024-06-11). Science and innovation focus on concrete problems in Cuba. plenglish.com Havana, Jun 11 (Prensa Latina) Cuba will improve its science, technology and innovation system, focusing on solving concrete problems and promoting sectors such as nanotechnology and artificial intelligence, it was announced on Monday.

Pressenza New York (2024-06-11). Emergency Press Conference: The Danger of Nuclear War Is Real, and Must Be Stopped. pressenza.com Wednesday, June 12, 2024; 1: 00—3: 00 p.m. ET | National Press Club, Washington, D.C.; and on-line via Zoom: | Speakers: : | Scott Ritter: former U.N. weapons inspector and U.S. Marine intelligence officer | Col. (ret.) Richard H. Black: former head of the U.S. Army's Criminal Law Division at the Pentagon; former State Senator, Virginia | Ray McGovern: former CIA analyst and co-founder of the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) | Helga Zepp-LaRouche: founder of the Schiller Institute | Host: Schiller Institute: |
| IN PERSON PARTICIPATION: Seating is limited, if yo…

Pressenza Philippines (2024-06-11). BCU Grad Dean Kupang Celebrates Double Win at Rise 2024: Best Presenter & Best Paper for Research on Women Peacebuilders #4/4. pressenza.com Dr. Genevieve Balance Kupang, Dean of the Graduate School at Baguio Central University (BCU), achieved both Best Presenter and Best Paper at the World Citi Colleges (WCC) Aeronautical & Technological College (ATC) RISE 2024: ICREATE International Conference on May 29, 2024. Kupang's dedication extended beyond her leadership role both as the lead convenor for the BCU contingent and as co-host of the conference. Her research presentation, "Weaving Narratives of Integrative Intelligences: Lived Experiences and Impact of Award-Winning Women Peace-Builders," garnered prestigious recognition, securing her the Best Pres…

tvbrics (2024-06-11). ASEAN ministers collaborate in order to leverage artificial intelligence. tvbrics.com Artificial intelligence increases countries' GDP…

themoscowtimes (2024-06-11). Denmark Arrests Suspected Russian Spy. themoscowtimes.com Denmark's PET intelligence agency said the Russian citizen was suspected of "enabling a foreign intelligence service to operate" in the country.

jamanetwork (2024-06-11). AI-Generated Clinical Summaries. jamanetwork.com To the Editor In their recent Viewpoint, Dr Goodman and colleagues examined artificial intelligence (AI)—generated clinical summaries and identified concerns regarding variability, bias, and single-word errors in their AI summaries generated through the ChatGPT model. However, it must be noted that human writers exhibit these same shortcomings in clinical summarization. While striving for an "ideal" clinical summary that avoids variability, bias, and error is a worthwhile goal, requiring such idealized performance from AI is akin to discrimination. Instead, the quality of AI summaries should be compared aga…

Ian Lucas (2024-06-11). Nigel Farage and an 'Extraordinary Lack of Curiosity' from UK Government and Intelligence Services Over Possible Russian Interference in Brexit. bylinetimes.com

NEOB (2024-06-11). Trial date set for Richard Mdluli corruption case. sanews.gov.za Trial date set for Richard Mdluli corruption case | The corruption case against former South African Police Service (SAPS) Crime Intelligence Head, Richard Mdluli, has been set down for trial in October. | Mdluli will be in the dock in the Pretoria High Court with co-accused, former SAPS Head of Supply Chain Management, Heine Barnard and former SAPS Crime Intelligence Chief Financial Officer, Solomon Lazarus. | According to National Prosecuting Authority Investigating Directorate spokesperson, Henry Mamothame, the court ordered that the "trial will commence on the set date regardless of the pending outcome on an…

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