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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.

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.

Review: Brantley Gilbert puts on badass live show at Jones Beach Theater Special

Wantagh - On July 27, country star Brantley Gilbert headlined the Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh on Long Island, where he put on a badass live show.

France's only de-radicalisation centre closes its doors

Paris - France's first jihadist de-radicalisation centre is set to close after less than a year, the government said on Friday.

British hacker convicted in Germany of major cyber attack

Berlin - A British man was handed a suspended jail sentence by a German court Friday for a massive cyber attack against Deutsche Telekom last year.

Terminally-ill British baby Charlie Gard dies

London - Charlie Gard, the terminally-ill British baby whose plight drew sympathy from Pope Francis and US President Donald Trump, died on Friday, his mother said.

Cybersecurity is a $81.7 billion market — startups raking it in

Last year, investors put $3.5 billion into cybersecurity companies via more than 400 deals, according to CB Insights. And those numbers may well go up this year — the first quarter of 2017 set a five-year record for deals in the private security space.

Embattled Trump faces Republican revolt, staff infighting

Washington - Donald Trump suffered yet another humiliating blow Friday as a small group of Republican rebels dealt him a stinging legislative defeat on health care, adding to the woes of a White House riven by vicious infighting.

N. Korea greets sanctions moves with fresh ICMB test

Seoul - North Korea test fired what appeared to be another intercontinental ballistic missile Friday, just hours after the US and Japan moved to step up sanctions against Pyongyang following its first ICBM test earlier this month.

Macron's go-it-alone style raises eyebrows in Europe

Paris - France's Emmanuel Macron, a europhile who celebrated his election to the strains of the EU's anthem "Ode to Joy", has caused surprise by going it alone on migration and picking a protectionist fight with top ally Italy, observers say.

One dead, four wounded in Hamburg supermarket knife attack

Hamburg - A man wielding a large kitchen knife stormed into a supermarket in the German city of Hamburg on Friday, killing one person and wounding four others before being detained by police.

Ways to strengthen Canada's methane emissions rules

The deadline has passed for public input into the methane emissions rules proposed by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC). A number of organizations and investors have urged the ECCC to address critical weaknesses in the regulations.

Football: Turkish international Irtegun detained over 'coup links'

Istanbul - Turkish authorities on Friday detained international footballer Bekir Irtegun on suspicion of links to the group blamed for the July 15, 2016 failed coup aimed at ousting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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.

Eternal City's woes turn up heat on Rome mayor

Rome - The foulest stench is in the air, but the zombie-like creatures lurching through rubbish-strewn streets of Rome are not monsters in Michael Jackson's "Thriller", but heat-weary tourists and furious residents.

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.

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.

Turkey orders releases in newspaper trial, keeps top journalists in jail

Istanbul - A Turkish court on Friday ordered the release of seven people in the trial of staff from an opposition newspaper seen as a test for press freedom under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, but kept the most prominent journalists in jail.
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