Most modern people live in constant fight-or-flight mode and find it hard to relax. GABA helps put you into parasympathetic mode, thereby promoting relaxation and stress reduction, indirectly
OpenAI, which gave us ChatGPT and an AI revolution, has teased the creation of Sora, its new bot that turns spoken instructions into fabricated videos.
When Nayib Bukele brought down the house at CPAC this past week, it was impossible not to compare him to the current President of the United States.
As a result of its war, Israel’s Gross Domestic Product fell by some 20 percent in the last quarter of 2023, which has been blamed on the 300,000 reservists who have been taken away from their jobs to serve in the army.
Scientists at 21 research institutions in 15 countries have collaborated to create an AI that can predict the likelihood of a person developing psychosis.
The Environmental Protection Agency released a new report that found at least 60 percent of the U.S. population is exposed to “forever chemicals” in their tap drinking water—raising new concerns about the impact of these toxic PFAS on the public’s health.
The UN said last week that just a small percent of humanitarian aid trucks that are intended for starving Gazans are reaching their destination as workers in the enclave report a societal breakdown because of the dire conditions.
The tit-for-tat slow-burn war between Israel and Hezbollah continued to intensify on Monday after the Lebanese group fired about 60 rockets toward the Israeli-occupied Golan.
The Yemeni Houthis, who are routinely described in the Western media as Arab throwbacks who do nothing but fire Iranian-produced missiles at container ships in the Red Sea, are preparing for a long confrontation with the West in the Red Sea, according to a report.
The Kremlin last week responded to U.S. President Joe Biden, who called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “crazy SOB” during a fundraiser in San Francisco.
Richard Visek, the U.S. State Department’s acting legal adviser, told the International Court of Justice last week that it should not endorse the opinions by some nations that Israel should withdraw from Gaza after its massacre is complete.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made it clear on Friday that he intends to control all of Gaza once the U.S.-backed genocide is over.
In January, the cost of groceries in the U.S. was 1.2 percent higher than a year earlier and menu prices at restaurants jumped 1.2 percent, according to data from the U.S. Labor Department.
Look out, Nvidia, there’s a new chip in town—one that uses light waves instead of electrons to train AI engines.
Tehran confirmed last week that Israel was behind the two attacks on gas pipelines in the country earlier this month in hopes to “disturb gas service” and “put people’s gas distribution at risk.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was unpopular and faced corruption charges before being saved by the 7 October Hamas attack, may see a war with Lebanon as the key to his long-term political survival, U.S. officials said, according to a report.
Where is the economy going, what’s next, and what to do? In order to forecast the economic future, we have to know about the current events forming future trends.
About $929 billion in commercial real estate loans are coming due this year, the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) says, a jump of more than 40 percent from the $659 billion the group had estimated previously.
This past Saturday, Arab representatives called on the UN Security Council to pass a resolution that demands Israel stop bombing Gaza, abide by an immediate ceasefire, and stop their war that keeps displacing Palestinian civilians whose homes have been destroyed.
Governments are quickly implementing measures to clamp down on free speech, under the guise of combating Artificial Intelligence connected “misinformation,” “malinformation,” and “disinformation.”
A newly released COVID-19 vaccine safety study by the Global Vaccine Data Network—the largest ever conducted—found clear links to increased blood clots and neurological and heart-related conditions, raising new concerns about the cost and risk of taking the jab.
If you’re a footloose worker, Europe is the place to go, according to the Nordlayer Global Remote Work Index 2023.
Capital One bank will buy Discover Financial, the issuer of the Discover credit card, in an all-stock deal that will create a unified global payments system.
Chinese banks have cut their key mortgage interest rate by a quarter point, the largest single reduction ever, in a desperate attempt to revive the real estate market that, in the past, has accounted for more than 20 percent of the country’s GDP.
Under the 1995 Oslo Accords, Israel collects various taxes for the benefit of Palestinians, then transfers that money to the Palestinian Authority (PA), which is a semi-autonomous governing body in the occupied West Bank.
The Israel War
Remember the big mainstream media coverage week, after week, month after month about Hamas raping Israeli women they captured?
The U.S. on Tuesday shot down a widely embraced resolution at the UN that called for ceasefire—marking the third time since the Gaza genocide broke out that Washington killed a push to end the violence in the battered enclave.
The Houthis continued its push to end Israel’s genocide in Gaza and successfully struck a Belize-flagged cargo ship in the Gulf of Aden with at least one missile—crippling the ship that may eventually sink to the bottom.
KoBold Metals, a Californian mining venture that counts Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates as investors, has used AI to locate a major copper deposit in Zambia.
Google has pledged €25 million, equivalent to about $27 million, to help people and businesses in Europe learn to use AI.
AI is starting to make money for companies other than Microsoft and Nvidia.
Processing sugarcane leaves an enormous amount of fibrous waste, known as bagasse, that usually winds up in landfills.
One complaint drivers have about electric vehicles (EVs) is that the lithium batteries that most EVs run on can take hours to fully charge.
At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, bioengineers have developed a technique to 3D-print human brain tissue containing brain cells that grow and communicate identically to the neurons in our heads.