Daily Archives: April 14, 2021

EU agrees to limit use of artificial intelligence – Express Urdu

These EU proposals have been described by technologists as vague and flawed. (Photo: Internet) London: The European Union has enacted legislation to ban the use of artificial intelligence. Under which artificial intelligence algorithms that modify facial recognition and human behavior for surveillance will be banned. According to a report by …

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Senior actors in showbiz industry do not even respond to greetings, Momina Iqbal – Express Urdu

Lead talent is asked for the number of followers on Instagram, not talent, actress Momina Iqbal. Photo: File Actress Momina Iqbal says that senior actors in the showbiz industry do not even respond to the greetings of their juniors. Acting in successful dramas like “Ahad-e-Wafa” and “Khuda aur Mohabbat”. In …

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International community should stop Iran from nuclear program, Saudi Arabia – Express Urdu

Iran concerned over 60% uranium enrichment statement, Saudi Foreign Ministry (Photo: File) Riyadh : Saudi Arabia has expressed concern over Iran's announcement to increase its uranium enrichment to 60 percent and called on the international community to play its part in deterring Iran from pursuing a nuclear program. According to …

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Electricity prices need to be increased to reduce revolving loans: IMF – Express Urdu

Electricity rates will have to be increased to reduce revolving loans in the energy sector. (Photo, File) ISLAMABAD: The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) representative in Pakistan, Teresa Doban Sanchez, has said that in the third wave of Corona, further deferment of Pakistan's loans could be considered “We want tax reform …

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US approves UAE arms deal in recognition of Israel – Express Urdu

F-35 state-of-the-art aircraft equipped with stealth technology (photo: file) Washington: It has decided to renew its arms deal with the United Arab Emirates worth 23 23 billion. Under the deal, the UAE will receive F-35 drones and other advanced equipment. Regarding the deal that the Biden administration has told Congress, …

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Killer of worshipers in New Zealand files review petition against Omar Qaid – Express Urdu

White Brenton Trent's request to be heard on Thursday, Photo: File Christchurch: Two New Zealand mosques Brenton Trent, an Australian terrorist who indiscriminately shot dead 51 worshipers in New York, has filed a lawsuit seeking life imprisonment and a change in his status as a terrorist prisoner. An Australian-born young …

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