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How War Led to AI Fighting Fake News

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War is the worst human invention that ruins lives and leaves unhealed wounds for many generations. The wars of the past Millennium had at least some honesty in them in the way that they were declared, and it was clear who was against whom. However, modern-day warfare is different. The informational war is a huge portion of the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia, with a lot of fake news that manipulates public opinion. The government of Russia has deployed entire networks of TV channels that target Western audiences, and now they are heavily utilizing them to change the world's opinion about Ukraine, make false claims about it, and convince that Russia is not killing people but "saving them."


Growth of Artificial Intelligence as a Service Market Size Report Till 2026

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The Artificial Intelligence as a Service market research report provides a competitive edge to stakeholders by tracking the past and present industr


The West needs to codify Russia sanctions before it is too late

Al Jazeera

This week, the leaders of the G7 first reaffirmed at a summit in Bavaria their "unwavering commitment" to support Ukraine's fight against Russia "for as long as it takes". They then jetted off to the NATO summit in Madrid, where they discussed ways to strengthen the military alliance in response to Vladimir Putin's ongoing aggression. The G7's words are by no means hollow – its leaders have already begun instituting an agreed ban on Russian gold and are seeking ways to further limit oil sales by imposing a "price cap" on Russian exports. The NATO summit began with a success, too, with Turkey agreeing to support Finland and Sweden's accession to the alliance on June 28. Yet as Putin's war enters its fifth month – and with the Kremlin refusing to even consider any serious diplomatic solution to the conflict – the G7 and NATO must begin looking at the potential threats to their ability to continue providing support to Kyiv over the medium and long term.


Food Crisis Analysis and, Forecasting with Neural Network Autoregression

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The war between Russia and Ukraine has affected the global food supply other than many vital things. Primarily cereal crop products have been affected the most because the imports have been provided to the world mainly through Ukraine and Russia. Let's check the situation we've mentioned for G20 countries. We will get a look at the 2010-2019 import shares totals of barley, maize(corn), sunflower oil, and wheat for the domestic supply. If we hoover at the chart bars, we can see the last year's (2019) rates of imports for the interested country and product.


Ukraine War Drones Lose Pivotal Role As Artillery Rules

International Business Times

The Ukrainian army's astute use of drones has been a cornerstone of its defence against the powerful Russian invader, but experts say their role is beginning to fade as heavy artillery takes over. In the early phase of the war, Ukraine's sky seemed filled with the remote-controlled aircraft deployed by President Volodymyr Zelensky's army to spy on the enemy, or go on the attack. During Moscow's early advance on Kyiv "it would have been extremely challenging for Ukraine to block (Russian President Vladimir) Putin's army without drones", said Paul Lushenko, a US Army Lieutenant Colonel and PhD student at Cornell University. "They could compound or exacerbate Putin's strategic and logistical challenges," he told AFP. The Turkish-made Bayraktar drone, known as TB-2, already famous worldwide, added to its stellar reputation during the defence of Ukraine's capital. On top of providing intelligence on Russian movements, drones also helped Ukraine offset much of its air force's weakness compared to that of Russia.


Leaders in Tech on Redesigning Workflow with AI

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What is it's the most common use word. At least you know you will find companies talking about that. What is automation for a product company like yours Jennifer Shore. It's it's great to see life people in three days. So if I could take a step back and say what is it terrorists do. So we are literally solving one of the world's hardest problems right now which is focusing on transparency in the global supply chain. And so what's happened that we've all just lived through in the last two and a half years is that every company in the world got very swiftly educated how connected they were to each other. And they also realized very very quickly that the way they had been looking at risk in their supply chain was manual right. It was with you know you think about when you onboard a new supplier or vendor you Google. You look it up and say oh is that good or bad. Well whether it's a ship going sideways in a canal whether it's the unfortunate situation with the Ukraine Russia and the 3000 global sanctions against Russia and no one knows if they're doing business with Russia or not. So when you think about this digital transformation there has been a swift uptick in our industry because CEOs and boards are realizing that understanding risk and the transparency in their supply chain is tied to their bottom line.


Ukraine Uses 'Controversial' Artificial Intelligence Tech In Its War Against Russia As Kiev Looks To Win The 'Digital War'

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The conflict between Ukraine and Russia has demonstrated how technology may play a significant role in modern warfare. While Ukraine’s military force isn’t as strong as Russia’s, it does employ cutting-edge technology to its advantage.  It has been observed that Kyiv is aggressively utilizing social media to weaken Putin’s forces’ morale. However, it does not […]


Russian oil refinery near Ukraine says it was hit by drone attack

Al Jazeera

A drone attack has hit a major Russian oil refinery near the border with Ukraine, the plant's management said, sending a ball of flame and black smoke billowing into the sky and prompting the suspension of operations. Officials at the Novoshakhtinsk oil refinery in Russia's Rostov region said the first drone attacked at 8:40am (05:40GMT), hitting a crude distillation unit, triggering a blast and ball of fire. The second attack, at 9:23am, targeted crude oil reservoirs at the refinery, the largest supplier of oil products in southern Russia, but caused no fire, according to plant management. No one was reported injured. Russian regions bordering Ukraine have reported attacks and shelling after Moscow sent its troops into its neighbour on February 24 for what it still calls a "special military operation".


You.com is taking on Google with AI, apps, privacy, and personalization

ZDNet

Richard Socher: "We'll never be as bad as Google. We'll never sell your data." Are you happy with Google search? Regardless of how you answer this question, chances are you still use it. With the notable exceptions of China and Russia, where Baidu and Yandex lead, respectively, Google's market share in search is over 90% worldwide.


Kamikaze Drones in Russia's War Against Ukraine Point to Future "Killer Robots"

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Editorial note: due to the time-sensitive nature of this topic, we are releasing this to all readers immediately rather than only to our paying subscribers. This is a first in a series of articles covering the impact of AI in Russia's war against Ukraine; subscribe to read future ones. You can support Ukraine with these highly rated charities. "Artificial intelligence is the future, not only for Russia, but for all humankind. It comes with colossal opportunities, but also threats that are difficult to predict. Whoever becomes the leader in this sphere will become the ruler of the world."[1]