Earlier it was reported that Israel and Hamas might soon announce a five-day fighting pause in Gaza in exchange for the return of hostages. But White House later clarified that Washington has not reached any such deal but the Biden administration will continue to ‘work hard’ to conclude one. Meanwhile, ex-OpenAI boss Sam Altman is reportedly in the works of launching his own AI venture. Former OpenAI president Greg Brockman, who resigned in protest over Altman’s firing, is anticipated to join Altman’s new venture, as reported by Reuters. In another major development, the UK govt has been accused of censoring its critics and blacklisting them from govt-funded events.
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Sam Altman, recently sacked CEO of OpenAI, is reportedly gearing up to launch a new artificial intelligence (AI) venture, according to sources familiar with his plans. The move comes on the heels of Altman’s abrupt departure from OpenAI, a company known for its popular product, ChatGPT.
The UK government is increasingly monitoring the online activities of its potential critics and is blocking them out of government-funded events, a new Observer report has claimed.
Donald Trump, a frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, has pledged to scrap a Pacific trade initiative spearheaded by President Joe Biden if he becomes the president of the country.
Watch: Israel-Palestine war: Airstrikes continued to hammer the southern sector of Gaza
Israeli Defense Forces began their ground operation in the Gaza Strip they asked the residents to flee southwards for safety but now Israel’s offensive has extended to the south of Gaza. Israel says Hamas exists in the South and the troops will hit Hamas targets wherever they find them.