Month: November 2023

Alistair Darling, who served as chancellor under then prime minister Gordon Brown, has died at the age of 70. His family confirmed the news about the Labour peer on Thursday. Lord Darling became a household name when Gordon Brown appointed him chancellor after taking the keys to Number 10 back in 2007. He ran the
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EXCLUSIVE: On the heels of a huge week for their Adam Sandler-led Netflix animated feature Leo, co-directed with Robert Smigel, David Wachtenheim and Robert Marianetti have signed with Independent Artist Group for representation. A musical comedy also featuring voice work from Bill Burr, Cecily Strong and more, Leo tells the story of an elderly lizard
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Nov 30, 2023NewsroomMachine Learning / Email Security Google has revealed a new multilingual text vectorizer called RETVec (short for Resilient and Efficient Text Vectorizer) to help detect potentially harmful content such as spam and malicious emails in Gmail. “RETVec is trained to be resilient against character-level manipulations including insertion, deletion, typos, homoglyphs, LEET substitution, and
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As the Ozempic craze pushes advancements in weight-management medicine forward, pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk, the company behind the so-called “miracle-drug,” is continuing to crack down on off-brand semaglutide products they say put patients in danger. The drug company announced Wednesday it has filed 12 legal actions in all against medical spas and compounding pharmacies they
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One of the most angelic renditions of this song I’ve ever heard. Last night, Kacey Musgraves closed out the first-ever Christmas at Graceland holiday special with an absolutely stunning performance of Elvis’ classic hit “Can’t Help Falling in Love.” She walked down the front steps in a stunning white, fully sequined and feather-trimmed gown with a
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Nov 30, 2023NewsroomHacking / Cryptocurrency The U.S. Treasury Department on Wednesday imposed sanctions against Sinbad, a virtual currency mixer that has been put to use by the North Korea-linked Lazarus Group to launder ill-gotten proceeds. “Sinbad has processed millions of dollars’ worth of virtual currency from Lazarus Group heists, including the Horizon Bridge and Axie
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His Own Demise The billionaire told boycotting advertisers to “go fuck yourself” during The New York Times’ DealBook Summit Wednesday On Wednesday, Elon Musk retaliated against major advertisers leaving X (formerly Twitter) following his antisemitic remarks on the platform, and told them to “go fuck yourself” during The New York Times’ DealBook Summit. His remarks have
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