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The new law is intended to prevent anonymous crypto payments in the EU and a possible exemption has now been rejected by two committees. On April 31, 2022, the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) and the Committee on Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs (LIBE) of the EU Parliament voted for a complete end to anonymous crypto payments within the EU. As reported by the Reuters news agency, a report calling for the identification of participants in such non-free payments was adopted by a large majority. According to the proposal, both the sender and recipient of the coins would have to be recorded for…

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The bad news first: SpaceX is halting production of the Crew Dragons for the time being. The good news: The company wants to focus fully on the new Starship. For space tourists and everyone who wants to become one: According to a report by Reuters, there will be no new Crew Dragons for the time being. SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell told Reuters that the company’s fourth space capsule to carry astronauts to the International Space Station is being completed. However, one wants to continue to produce spare parts, since the capsules have to be overhauled after each flight in Florida. “We can build…

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The U.S. Ministry of Defense published its UFO report in June 2021. Now it turns out that it was incomplete. Do extraterrestrial UFOs really exist? This question should have been clarified with the US Department of Defense’s UFO report. The document published in June 2021, on the other hand, was anything but satisfactory for many. In large part, phenomena that were already known were revealed in the short nine-page report. However, this was apparently an abridged version of the report, which was meant for public publication. There is said to have been a secret briefing between members of Congress that removed information from the public record. The…

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It took an artificial intelligence just six hours to come up with 40,000 potentially lethal molecules, including some that resemble VX, one of the most toxic substances in existence. The responsible researchers say this is a “wake-up call.” AI invents 40,000 “chemical weapons” in 6 hours The experiment was carried out by researchers from Collaborations Pharmaceuticals. The company actually uses machine learning to research drugs and new treatment options for rare diseases. As part of the Spiez Convergence, a conference on developments that could impact the biological weapons conventions, the scientists gave their AI a slightly different assignment. In fact, as the paper’s lead…

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A robotic cheetah, built by MIT, taught itself to run and optimized it to top speeds. AI-supported simulations let the robot learn how to move efficiently on all types of terrain. The key to success in running robots is adaptability. If they are to move faster and more confidently over different terrains, they will probably need to change their gait and speed whenever obstacles cross their path or the terrain changes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BqNl3AtPVw While a robot’s programming can be manually modified and updated it is a time-consuming process that inevitably causes the robot to fail every time it encounters something unknown. Learning from…

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Prices of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have soared following the apparent accidental release of a U.S. Treasury statement on Biden’s expected executive order on digital assets. The premature statement by Treasury Secretary Yellen, which was dated March 9, has since been removed. “President Biden’s historic executive order calls for a coordinated and comprehensive approach to digital asset policy. This approach will support responsible innovation that could result in substantial benefits for the nation, consumers, and businesses. It will also address risks related to illicit finance, protecting consumers and investors, and preventing threats to the financial system and broader economy.”Quote from…

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The Chernobyl nuclear site has lost power, according to the Ukrainian nuclear energy company Energoatom. IAEA sees “no critical impact on safety.” The site lost power at 11:22 on Wednesday morning local time. Emergency generators can keep safety systems running for another 48 hours. Ongoing combat operations are making repair impossible, reads a statement by Energoatom on Telegram. High-voltage line 750 kV CHAES-Kyivske as a result of damage by the occupants is now disconnectedThus, the Chornobyl power plant and all nuclear facilities of the Alienation Zone were left without electricity supply.Nearly 20,000 spent fuel assemblies are stored at the spent…

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Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has far-reaching consequences for Russian air travel. But are private jets really affected? A new Twitter channel knows the answer. Many European countries have closed their airspace to Russian aircraft. Outside of Europe, Canada also joined these restrictions. Canadian airspace is considered very important due to its size. The bans apply to all aircraft registered in Russia and under Russian control. Thus, not only military aircraft and civil aviation are affected, but also private jets. Oligarchs still in the air The private jet is a popular mode of transportation for people who don’t have to spend every penny. The US student…

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The Russian war in Ukraine has consequences in the Premier League: the Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich is no longer the owner of Chelsea FC. Roman Abramovich is no longer in charge at Chelsea. ” I have always taken decisions with the Club’s best interest at heart,” said the billionaire in a statement released by the club. The Russian continues: “I remain committed to these values. That is why I am today giving trustees of Chelsea’s charitable Foundation the stewardship and care of Chelsea FC.” https://twitter.com/ChelseaFC/status/1497643978468044810 Abramovich took over the Blues in 2003 for around 170 million. Today the value of the club is estimated…

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A hacker was able to track a person unnoticed for five days with a replica Airtag. The hacker wants to point out security problems with Apple’s Airtag. The stalking and security problem with the Apple Airtag runs deep. A hacker has now demonstrated this clearly: He was able to track a person for five days with a modified Airtag. The person being pursued did not receive any messages or notifications. The experiment was mutually agreed with the person. Hacker builds counterfeit Airtag The hacker’s goal was to draw Apple’s attention to the risk of unofficial Airtgs. To do so, he created a “Stealth Airtag,” which includes a power…

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