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Japan’s space agency says it hopes to forge a profitable launch business with its new H3 rocket

Japan’s space agency says it hopes to forge a profitable launch business with its new H3 rocket

TOBISHIMA, Japan (AP) — Japan’s space agency and its prime contractor said Thursday they hope to be able to forge a profitable launch business with their new H3 rocket after its first successful flight last month in an increasingly competitive market
How Europe's regulatory battle with Apple could signal what’s to come for American consumers

How Europe's regulatory battle with Apple could signal what’s to come for American consumers

LONDON (AP) — It'll likely take years before the U.S.
US surgeons transplant a gene-edited pig kidney into a patient for the first time

US surgeons transplant a gene-edited pig kidney into a patient for the first time

NEW YORK (AP) — Doctors in Boston have transplanted a pig kidney into a 62-year-old patient, the latest experiment in the quest to use animal organs in humans.
The UN adopts a resolution backing efforts to ensure artificial intelligence is safe

The UN adopts a resolution backing efforts to ensure artificial intelligence is safe

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The General Assembly approved the first United Nations resolution on artificial intelligence Thursday, giving global support to an international effort to ensure the powerful new technology benefits all nations, respects human r
Tennessee just became the first state to protect musicians and other artists against AI

Tennessee just became the first state to protect musicians and other artists against AI

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee on Thursday signed off on legislation designed to protect songwriters, performers and other music industry professionals against the potential dangers of artificial intelligence.
Federal officials want to know how airlines handle - and share - passengers' personal information

Federal officials want to know how airlines handle - and share - passengers' personal information

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal officials said Thursday they will review how airlines protect personal information about their passengers and whether they are making money by sharing that information with other parties. The U.S.
Reddit, the self-anointed 'front page of the internet,' soars in Wall Street debut

Reddit, the self-anointed 'front page of the internet,' soars in Wall Street debut

NEW YORK (AP) — Reddit's stock soared in its Wall Street debut as investors pushed the value of the company close to $9 billion seconds after it began trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
Justice Department sues Apple, alleging it illegally monopolized the smartphone market

Justice Department sues Apple, alleging it illegally monopolized the smartphone market

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department on Thursday announced a sweeping antitrust lawsuit against Apple , accusing the tech giant of engineering an illegal monopoly in smartphones that boxes out competitors, stifles innovation and keeps prices arti
Higher temperatures mean higher food and other prices. A new study links climate shocks to inflation

Higher temperatures mean higher food and other prices. A new study links climate shocks to inflation

Food prices and overall inflation will rise as temperatures climb with climate change , a new study by an environmental scientist and the European Central Bank found.
New bipartisan bill would require online identification, labeling of AI-generated videos and audio

New bipartisan bill would require online identification, labeling of AI-generated videos and audio

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bipartisan legislation introduced in the House Thursday would require the identification and labeling of online images, videos and audio generated using artificial intelligence, the latest effort to rein in rapidly developing techno