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The Vatican brought together Silicon Valley heavyweights, Nobel laureates and cyber experts on Sept 26 to discuss the ethical use of digital technology, in a meeting officials said could provide material for a possible papal document on artificial intelligence.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis urged Silicon Valley giants on Friday to make sure technological advances such as artificial intelligence do not lead to a new "form of barbarism" where the law of the strongest prevails over the common good.
TORONTO (Reuters) - The Canadian territory which had the lowest proportion of women in its legislature now tops the list for female representation after Tuesday's elections.
HK protests: Indonesian journalist shot in face with police projectile to be blind in right eye, lawyer says
Doctors told Veby Indah that the pupil of her eye was ruptured by the force of the impact, according to her legal representative, Michael VidlerHe says evidence from a third party indicates the projectile was a rubber bullet and not a beanbag round as originally thought
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's embattled government, which has enacted colonial-era emergency powers, said on Thursday it would not take any further measures to counter violent protests and rejected rumours that mainland Chinese security forces were involved in the city.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hundreds of mask-wearing pro-democracy protesters marched through Hong Kong's central business district on Friday, occupying a main thoroughfare and disrupting traffic as the Chinese-ruled city braced for another weekend of unrest.
A TOTAL of 95 Tamil schools in Selangor received the much-awaited RM4.4mil aid from the Selangor government to cover maintenance and development costs.
OTTAWA, Canada (Bloomberg): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won a second term in national elections, displaying once again a remarkable ability to overcome scandal and controversy to remain in power.
BURNABY, British Columbia (Reuters) - The leader of Canada's left-wing New Democratic Party outlined his priority social issues including housing and healthcare on Tuesday, and said he hopes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau respects that he will need to work with other parties.