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Variety

'Jurassic World 3' to Hit Theaters in June 2021
Variety
Universal Pictures has set “Jurassic World 3” to bow on June 11, 2021, and tapped Emily Carmichael to join Colin Trevorrow as co-writer of the next pic. “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” directed by J.A. Bayona, is set to open on June 22, 2018. Steven ...
Jurassic World 3 rampaging toward 2021 release dateEW.com
Universal announces "Jurassic World 3"CBS News
'Jurassic World 3' to roar into theaters June 2021USA TODAY
Fox News -Polygon -Hollywood Reporter
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MIT Technology Review

Hello, quantum world
MIT Technology Review
Inside a small laboratory in lush countryside about 50 miles north of New York City, an elaborate tangle of tubes and electronics dangles from the ceiling. This mess of equipment is a computer. Not just any computer, but one on the verge of passing ...

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Quanta Magazine

Why Self-Taught Artificial Intelligence Has Trouble With the Real World
Quanta Magazine
In a paper posted to the scientific preprint site arxiv.org in December, DeepMind researchers revealed that after starting again from scratch, the trained-up AlphaZero outperformed AlphaGo Zero — in other words, it beat the bot that beat the bot that ...



CBS News

Billy Graham: Political world reacts to his death
CBS News
News of the death of renowned Rev. Billy Graham has made shockwaves across much of the United States and religious world alike. Graham, who's sermons were broadcast in churches around the country, died Wednesday morning at his home in Montreat, North ...
How Billy Graham-inspired megachurches are taking over the worldWashington Post
World-renowned US evangelist Billy Graham passes awayAljazeera.com
Billy Graham called 'world changer,' 'precious friend' by celebrities whose lives he touchedFox News
Chicago Daily Herald -USA TODAY -The Guardian
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New York Times

Why We May Soon Be Living in Alexa's World
New York Times
Amazon's strategy — something like a mix between Google's plan for Android and Apple's for the iPhone — is also unusual. And there are lingering social concerns about voice assistants and, as I discovered, their sometimes creepy possibilities. How ...

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ESPN

FIFA lifts ban on public endorsements of 2026 World Cup bids
ESPN
LONDON -- A ban on voters publicly endorsing any 2026 World Cup bid has been lifted by FIFA in the face of criticism from football officials. The governing body last month ordered officials not to openly discuss the merits of either the joint Northern ...

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Nigerian man becomes internet sensation cleaning up world's most polluted city
CNN
According to a report by WHO in 2016, Nigeria had four of the worst cities in the world for air pollution. In Onitsha, a thriving port-city, 30 times the WHO's recommended level of PM10 (particulate matter concentration) was recorded. There have been ...



Washington Post

Germany won't become the 'leader of the free world' after all, and the Germans don't mind
Washington Post
BERLIN — One of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's most distinctive character traits has been caution. For years, it served her well and helped her sideline rivals and other rising stars. Her governing style eventually led to criticism at home, with ...

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Washington Post

China's caves are hiding plants that exist nowhere else in the world
Washington Post
At first glance, a cave doesn't seem the likeliest home for exotically lush flora. It's dark, damp and dingy, more likely to host sparkly stalagmites than bristly bushes. It turns out, though, that China's caverns play host to a stunning variety of ...



The Guardian

The world is clear-eyed about Brexit, and knows it must be reversed
The Guardian
And they speak for the overwhelming majority of the rest of the world – or at least the bit of the world that doesn't welcome the weakening of the rules-based order, of international standards, and of open, pluralistic liberal societies. The Germans ...

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