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Worried about super-intelligent machines? They are already here

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In the first of his four (stunning) Reith lectures on living with artificial intelligence, Prof Stuart Russell, of the University of California at Berkeley, began with an excerpt from a paper written by Alan Turing in...

NHS England already under as much pressure as in winter, says boss

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Frontline NHS services are already under as much pressure as they usually face in the winter, due to lack of staff and hospitals’ inability to discharge patients, the health service’s boss said on Wednesday. In a spee...

The NHS is already overstretched – dropping Covid restrictions will spell disaster for patients

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You have to hand it to Sajid Javid for sheer, barefaced doublespeak. At the start of the month he wrote an emollient letter to every single one of the NHS’s 1.3 million staff to assure us he felt “a deep affection for...

The NHS was already collapsing long before the arrival of Covid

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When is the NHS overwhelmed? When it has used up ways to describe the state it’s in. Ask Alastair McLellan, editor of the Health Service Journal. “We’ve run out of language,” he says. “We’ve exhausted the adverbs and ...

Reboot of Jenkins review into toxic parliamentary culture already begun, Katy Gallagher says

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Minister for women, Katy Gallagher, says she will kickstart implementation of the Jenkins review in the opening fortnight of the new parliament, declaring the mission to eradicate toxic parliamentary staffing culture ...

Is it any wonder that GB News is on its knees already?

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I was not one of those who wished GB News ill. I thought attempts to strangle it at birth childish. Nevertheless, it seems to be doing a good job strangling itself. Driven by former BBC big beast Andrew Neil, GB News ...

More than 2,000 premises deemed uninhabitable in NSW region already beset by ‘beyond dire’ housing crisis

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Flooding has rendered more than 2,000 homes and businesses in northern New South Wales uninhabitable, according to early inspections, exacerbating the “beyond dire” pre-existing housing crisis in the region. Experts s...

Rising interest rates will hit already weak UK economy, output shows

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Interest rate increases from the Bank of England will weaken a UK economy that is already expanding at its slowest pace since beginning to emerge from the winter lockdown of 2021, according to the latest snapshot of p...

Not even published, already damned – why are people running scared of Prince Harry’s memoir?

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Not since criminals were barred from profiting in this way can a publisher’s announcement of a memoir have united the British press in such disgust. Before that, even the gangster turned memoirist, “Mad” Frankie Frase...

Kenya’s already fragile elections now face a dangerous new enemy: big tech platforms

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This August, tens of millions of Africans will turn their attention to Kenya’s general election. Kenya’s recent history features hotly contested, sometimes violent elections in which candidates and their allies have u...

£1bn to ‘level up’ towns … but Tories already cut £2.4bn

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It was supposed to redraw the economic map of Britain. But funding announced by Rishi Sunak last week for 45 struggling towns across England is worth less than half the amount cut from their local budgets under the Co...

Indigenous voice campaigners say ample detail already available in wake of PM’s stirring speech

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The prime minister, Anthony Albanese, acknowledged we have been here before as a nation: at a crossroads, about to decide a path that will affect the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Islander people for generations to c...

Children already have the facts. Now they need the tools to fix the climate crisis

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There was a rare nugget of hope in the assorted news and polling on the climate crisis last week: 18- to 24-year-olds in Britain are the most optimistic that the planet is still salvageable, with 73% agreeing with the...

George Christensen changes the dynamic for an already intense Senate race in Queensland

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Campbell Newman’s face is hard to miss. The most conspicuous figure in Queensland politics in a generation – the Liberal National party’s only state premier in more than 25 years – is, as the billboards say, back. The...

EU drug agency denies already finding causal link between AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots

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European Medicines Agency says review ongoing after head of vaccines spoke of ‘clear’ associationEurope’s drug regulator has denied it has already established a causal connection between the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine...

UK faces ‘grim winter’ with households already paying £442 extra in bills

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Households face a “plain grim” outlook as higher energy bills and petrol prices force them to find at least £442 extra to get through the winter, according to an analysis. While Boris Johnson used his conference spee...

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