Fox News Flash top sports headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Alex Kane has been on a roll in the second half of the year with Major League Wrestling. The Georgia native became the MLW World Heavyweight Champion in July with a win over Alex Hammerstone at "Never Say Never" and has successfully defended the title three times since the victory with his faction – the Bomaye Fight Club – behind him. Thursday night will be one of Kane's toughest matches yet as he steps into the ring against the "Indy God" Matt Cardona at "One Shot" in New York City.
People familiar with the talks who spoke on the condition of the anonymity to describe delicate negotiations said France appeared to be the strongest obstacle to a deal, based in part on its desire to protect a burgeoning company developing AI foundation models: Paris-based Mistral, as well as other French AI firms. A bid to limit AI in police work, meanwhile, comes as France is set to deploy AI-powered smart cameras for policing and security at the 2024 Summer Olympics and as French cities have already entered legal gray areas by deploying or testing such technology.
From a four-legged robot goalkeeper to a Google AI ping-pong champion, a number of robots are already taking the world of sports by storm. Now, it seems that droids are preparing to take on the pros at boxing. An alarming video has revealed a huge humanoid robot boxing with a human - and throwing some impressive punches. The robot, dubbed Nadia, is described as a'next generation humanoid for the next generation of robotics.' The footage has raised concerns from many viewers, with one commenting: 'Wait till Mr robot get the mind of its own and punches you out for real.' Nadia is the brainchild of researchers at IHMC Robotics and Boardwalk Robotics.
Stefan Fatsis, Josh Levin, and the Ringer's Bryan Curtis assess the decision to leave Florida State out of the College Football Playoff at the expense of Alabama. They also discuss Sports Illustrated using AI writers. And Stefan and Josh follow the continuing saga of LSU's Kim Mulkey and Angel Reese. Hang Up and Listen's weekly Domino Abrams: Stefan's Domino Abrams: Sportswriting legend Robert Lipsyte is the previously uncredited source of a famous quotation from baseball Hall of Famer Rogers Hornsby. Podcast production and edit by Kevin Bendis.
Side by side, four young cousins chat with their grandmother via a video link. 'What's your favourite sport?' one of them asks Marina Smith as she reclines in a comfy armchair in her Nottinghamshire home. 'It used to be tennis and hockey and I am also very interested in horse-jumping,' the 87-year-old replies, before adding: 'But I don't ride a horse!' The response elicits a chuckle from her grandchildren who continue to talk about her likes and dislikes, as well as enquiring what it's like to be a grandparent. Several weeks before this perfectly natural-looking inter-generational conversation took place, Mrs Smith had passed away.
The Pentagon revealed its new B-21 nuclear stealth bomber Friday in Palmdale, California. DEADLY STEALTH: This US bomber is why China suddenly wants to talk about nukes and AI. HIGH-TECH HEALTH: AI could help predict lung cancer risks in non-smokers. FORCE MULTIPLIER: US accelerates race for new military tech against China. PAYCHECK PROBLEMS: AI may be greater threat to wages than jobs, European study finds.
UPDATE: Nov. 26, 2023, 2:00 a.m. EST We've updated this story with the latest deals from the Walmart early Cyber Monday sale, plus a preview of deals going live tomorrow. Black Friday may be over, but it's not over over. At least 95 percent of the best Walmart Black Friday deals are still in stock and online (trust us, we checked), and even more deals will be announced now that we're approaching Cyber Week. You can learn more about the Walmart Cyber Monday sale below (spoiler alert: it starts today), but all of the rollbacks in this guide are live right now. Early birds already know that Walmart launched its first round of Black Friday deals back on Nov. 8 and dished out another round the day before Thanksgiving. Some of the retailer's most popular rollbacks have already sold out.
UPDATE: Nov. 25, 2023, 6:00 a.m. EST We've updated this story with the latest deals from the Walmart early Cyber Monday sale. Black Friday may be over, but it's not over over. At least 95% of the best Walmart Black Friday deals are still in stock and online, and even more deals will be announced now that we're approaching Cyber Week. You can learn more about the Walmart Cyber Monday sale below (spoiler alert: it starts on Sunday), but all of the rollbacks in this guide are live right now. Early birds already know that Walmart launched its first round of Black Friday deals back on Nov. 8 and dished out another round the day before Thanksgiving.
Even their downfalls are spectacular. Like a latter-day Icarus flying too close to the sun, disgraced crypto-god Sam Bankman-Fried crashed and burned this month, recasting Michael Lewis's exuberant biography of the convicted fraudster – Going Infinite – into the story of a supervillain. Even his potential sentence of up to 115 years in prison seems more suitable for a larger-than-life comic book character – the Joker being carted off to Arkham Asylum – than a nerdy, crooked currency trader. The Elon Musk we meet in Walter Isaacson's biography posts selfies of himself as Marvel comic character Doctor Strange – the "Sorcerer Supreme" who protects the Earth against magical threats. Musk is so fascinated with figures such as Iron Man that he gave a tour of the SpaceX factory to the actor who plays him, Robert Downey Jr, and the film's director, Jon Favreau. As if believing he really has acquired these characters' martial arts prowess, in June Musk challenged fellow übermensch Mark Zuckerberg to "a cage match" after Zuck launched an app to compete with the floundering Twitter.
The Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), F1's governing body, says it will employ Computer Vision tech at the season-closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this weekend. Drivers know the exact lines to take at corners for optimal lap times, but sometimes racers go out of bounds as they try to gain an advantage, and officials need to check cars stay within track limits. Four people had to review around 1,200 potential violations in July's Austrian Grand Prix, and some track limit violations went unpunished in October's US Grand Prix. The FIA hopes to reduce the number of possible infringements officials manually review to around 50 per race. You can get these reports delivered daily direct to your inbox.