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Andreas Hale, ESPNMay 21, 2024, 07:41 AM ET Open Extended Reactions The first international signee of Jake Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions will debut on the undercard of Paul’s July 20 showdown with Mike Tyson, officials confirmed with ESPN on Tuesday. India’s Neeraj Goyat (18-4-2, 8 KOs) will compete for the first time under the MVP
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Dado Ruvic | Reuters A slew of major tech companies including Microsoft, Amazon, and OpenAI, on Tuesday agreed to a landmark international agreement on artificial intelligence safety at the Seoul AI Safety Summit. The agreement will see companies from countries including the U.S., China, Canada, the U.K., France, South Korea, and the United Arab Emirates,
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Emmanuel Macron is to visit New Caledonia following deadly riots in the French overseas territory. The French president’s visit to the South Pacific archipelago follows reinforced security and emergency measures to bring the unrest under control. Six people, including two police officers, have been killed in the violence, which erupted after protests over voting reforms
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Associated Press May 20, 2024, 05:26 PM ET Open Extended Reactions PRAGUE — Sweden beat France 3-1 to preserve a perfect record at the ice hockey world championship and clinch a group top spot Monday. Lucas Raymond scored and added an assist, defenseman Erik Karlsson scored his fourth goal of the tournament on a power
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Satya Nadella, chief executive officer of Microsoft Corp., speaks during a company event on AI technologies in Jakarta, Indonesia, on April 30, 2024. Dimas Ardian | Bloomberg | Getty Images Microsoft is touting new computers with advanced chips designed to run artificial intelligence features of software for Windows, without quickly using up battery life. The
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TripActions CEO Ariel Cohen TripActions The boss of travel and expense management platform Navan told CNBC he’s preparing the company to get its business into shape for an eventual initial public offering this year, in another sign leaders of privately-held startups are getting more optimistic about their prospects in the public markets. Asked about when
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The infected blood scandal was “not an accident” – and its failures lie with “successive governments, the NHS, and blood services”, a public inquiry has found. From the 1970s, 30,000 people were “knowingly” infected with either HIV or Hepatitis C because “those in authority did not put patient safety first”, the report into the inquiry
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