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DeepMind creates 'imaginative' AI that can create and plan

Google-owned DeepMind has announced an AI agent that is capable of "imagining" things and planning how to complete future tasks. The development brings fully autonomous AI a step closer by addressing one of the major shortcomings of current systems.

Scientists set sail to unlock secrets of 'lost continent' Zealandia

Sydney - Scientists are attempting to unlock the secrets of the "lost continent" of Zealandia, setting sail Friday to investigate the huge underwater landmass east of Australia that has never been properly studied.

Founder of JT's Law talks Child Food Choking Prevention Act Special

Joannie, the founder of JT's Law, chatted with Digital Journal about the Child Food Choking Prevention Act, which is a cause that is dear to her heart.

Computing power increased five-fold

Computer scientists have devised a method that increases, by a factor of five, the computing power of a standard algorithm. This is when the algorithm is processed using a standard chip called FPGA.

In gang-plagued New York town, some are wary of Trump visit

Brentwood - President Donald Trump on Friday will visit a New York suburb traumatized by the violent street gang MS-13, which he has pledged to wipe out, but many in the Long Island community of Brentwood are wary of his motives.

Microsoft's new mission is all about digital transformation

Microsoft is reinventing itself around sales to industry sectors in a move that sees it shift towards bringing about revolutionary societal changes. The company has doubled down on digitally transforming industries ranging from healthcare to finance.

Dustin Lynch discusses social media, fans and success Special

Country sensation Dustin Lynch chatted with Digital Journal about his use of social media, dedicated fans and he furnished his definition of success for the year 2017.

'An Inconvenient Sequel' casts an inconvenient light on humanity

The sequel to the 2006 blockbuster Al Gore documentary, "An Inconvenient Truth," is coming to theaters this weekend. Called "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power," it updates us on developments in the climate crisis while showing us change is possible.

Women accused of Kim Jong-Nam murder to go on trial in October

Shah Alam - Two women accused of the Cold War-style assassination of the half-brother of North Korea's leader in Malaysia will go on trial in October, a judge said Friday.

Twitter will put up with abusive Trump tweets for now

Washington - Some Trump critics claim that some of his tweets breach Twitter's rules of use but it appears that the company will not close Trump's account even though Twitter has been cracking down on some accounts it feels have violated its terms of service.

Three strikes for Pakistan's political survivor Sharif

Islamabad - Pakistan's three-time premier Nawaz Sharif, whose power base earned him the moniker "Lion of Punjab", is a political survivor who has repeatedly roared back to the country's top office.

Has U.S. fracking destroyed Canada's oil and gas industry?

The fracking boom in the U.S. has helped to increase oil exports and reduce America's dependence on foreign oil. However, an unforeseen consequence of America's drive to be an energy leader has hurt our neighbor to the North.

Mongolians' best friend: saving herder dogs on the steppes

Ulan Bator - The large stray with a lion-like mane and fur curled into dreadlocks looked no different from the mangy mutts roaming Mongolia's capital when his future owner found him years ago.

Power plays: who could be Pakistan's next PM?

Islamabad - Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was Friday ousted from the top office by the Supreme Court, but as the head of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party he will be able to nominate his successor.

Thais mark new King's birthday with monks, stamps

Bangkok - Monks gathered for a mass alms-giving ceremony and glittering commemorative stamps were issued on Friday as Thais marked the 65th birthday of King Maha Vajiralongkorn -- his first as monarch of the politically febrile nation.

Review: Prince Royce spectacular at The Theater at Madison Square Garden Special

New York - On July 26, Latin pop superstar Prince Royce headlined The Theater at Madison Square Garden, for a sold-out venue, where he put on an electrifying live performance.

What it's like at Tesla when a new car is about to hit the street

Hokuto Ueda, a Harvard Business School grad who oversaw the launch of the Tesla Model S and the Gigafactory, describes what it's like launching a new vehicle at Tesla.

Turkey court to rule on freeing Cumhuriyet journalists

Istanbul - A Turkish court was due Friday to decide whether to release journalists from the opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet jailed on charges of supporting "terrorism", in a trial seen as a test for press freedom under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Twitter shares collapse as social network's growth lies flat

Twitter's shares have fallen to their lowest value in nine months on the news the social network hasn't gained users during the second quarter of the year. Analysts are losing their optimism in the social network as it fails to remedy its growth problem.

A conversation with The Script's lead guitarist Mark Sheehan Special

New York - The Script's lead guitarist Mark Sheehan chatted with Digital Journal about their new radio single "Rain," and playing at Stage 17 in New York's 95.5 PLJ.
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