September 05 Switzerland’s glaciers are becoming a front-row seat to climate destruction For most of its existence glaciology has been a slow-moving profession, but this year is different. The belting heat waves that struck Europe over the past few months handed the specialists in Alpine ice sheets an unprecedented set of challenges. And some ofContinue reading “Reviews about nature for the first half of September”
July 11 Exclusive / Uber broke laws, duped police and secretly lobbied governments, leak reveals 124,000 documents expose inner workings behind US tech firm’s rise as a global empire responsible for 19m journeys a day ‘Violence guarantees success’ / How Uber exploited taxi protests for strategic gain ‘Kill switch’ / Uber bosses told staff toContinue reading “The Guardian Headlines for 2022 July 11 -July 17”
Despite numerous positive use cases of AI-generated synthetic media, deep-fakes might also pose significant dangers to democracy and become the new standard of masterful manipulation.
The headlights for the 1st week of July by the New York Times
The closed-door tribunals are the biggest threat to the Paris climate agreement.
The Conference on the Future of Europe approved more than 300 proposals, including the abolition of national vetos, granting the European Parliament the right to propose legislation, more investment in climate change mitigation, the launch of “joint armed forces” and transnational voting lists.
A brief overview of what is most noteworthy to remember about the 2021 events.
Undeniable ruler of European health Nobody can ignore what is raging around the world and has the power to make several people die. On Tuesday, speaking to the European Parliament plenary in Strasbourg, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen cited large and worrying disparities in different EU member countries’ vaccination rates. In Bulgaria, slightlyContinue reading “Fourth wave of COVID-19 a pandemic of the unvaccinated”
For Feminist activist Sasha Shevchenko, \”the main struggle for feminists today\”, apart of “the fight against patriarchy, the Church, the sex industry and any kind of totalitarianism”, is \”the fight against nationalism\” and “Nazi ideas” that are “growing like mushrooms after the rain”. VoxEurop During a debate at the European parliament in Brussels, Shevchenko andContinue reading “Fight against nationalism main struggle for feminists today”