Colleen Barry, Associated Press Updated 10:56 pm CDT, Tuesday, March 19, 2019 Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte addresses the Lower Chamber of the Italian parliament in Rome, Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte addresses the Lower Chamber of the Italian parliament in Rome, Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Photo: Alessandra Tarantino, AP Photo: Alessandra Tarantino, AP Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte addresses the Lower Chamber of the Italian parliament in Rome, Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte addresses the Lower Chamber of the Italian parliament in Rome, Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Photo: Alessandra Tarantino, AP Italy to join China's Belt … [Read more...] about Italy to join China’s Belt and Road initiative over US worry
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EXPERTS say future wars will be incomparable to even recent conflicts, and warn developed nations are poised on the precipice of the next arms race. This arms race is towards autonomous machines governed by artificial intelligence, and programs that could wipe out infrastructure with a single line of code. Noel Sharkey, a professor of artificial intelligence and robots at the University of Sheffield, said any prospect of large armies meeting on a battlefield was gone. Wars of the future would look like one of two options: developed countries deploying autonomous weapons against each other, or, where developing countries were involved - insurgent warfare. Any claim that AI weapons would shorten war or keep soldiers and civilians out of harms way were rubbish, Sharkey said. "As it stands now when we leave a country we continue to keep drones flying overhead. If we have autonomous weapons we will just leave those there." When it came to the idea of no longer sending young men to fight it … [Read more...] about How AI-controlled fighter jets and warships and armies of cyber soldiers will dominate the battlefields of the future
PAUL Gascoigne has battled with alcohol addiction and mental health issues for more than 20 years, with a number of controversies keeping him in the spotlight even after he retired from football. The troubled ex-England midfielder has been in-and-out of hospital and rehab in a bid to “get free of his demons” - here's the lowdown on the highs and lows of his life... Who is Paul Gascoigne? What is his background? Paul Gascoigne was born May 27, 1967 and is a former England football star. Since he retired, Paul - affectionately known as Gazza - and his public struggle with addiction has made front-page news. But as a talented player, he also adorned the back pages, and has been described as the most naturally-gifted English footballer of his generation. The 51-year-old was born and raised in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, starting his career at Newcastle United as a schoolboy before turning professional with the club in 1985. He had a troubled childhood, and his early … [Read more...] about How old is Paul Gascoigne, what is his net worth, was he unwell on Soccer AM and what controversies has the ex-England footballer caused?
PUBLISHED: 10:29 16 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:29 16 July 2018 Harry Wilson impressed while on loan at Hull last season Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images ©Focus Images Limited www.focus-images.co.uk +447814 482222 Derby and Stoke look to have moved ahead of Norwich City in the race to sign highly-rated Liverpool talent Harry Wilson, with Jurgen Klopp admitting a loan move is imminent. The Canaries are reportedly among a host of clubs hoping to sign the 21-year-old winger, although it had previously been suggested the Premier League giants were in no rush to secure a loan exit. The deadline for loans is not until August 31 and Reds boss Klopp was previously thought to want time to assess Wilson properly during pre-season after an impressive Championship loan with Hull last season. However, Daily Telegraph reporter John Percy claims recently relegated Stoke have tried to move to the front of the pack but that new Derby boss Frank Lampard has already held talks with the Wales … [Read more...] about Norwich City transfer rumours: Stoke and Derby leading the race as Wilson closes on Liverpool loan exit
By Mike Corder Published 3:41 pm PDT, Wednesday, July 11, 2018 ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — With the sting of another World Cup disappointment still fresh and an obligatory match remaining, Belgium is already weighing how much it will have to remake its roster to finally win a major title. France’s 1-0 semifinal defeat of the Red Devils could be the last World Cup match — apart from Saturday’s dreaded third-place game against England — for some Belgians. Coach Roberto Martinez now must build on Belgium’s best World Cup showing since the country lost another semifinal to Diego Maradona-led Argentina in 1986. This Belgium generation had its high hopes of going even further shattered by French defender Samuel Umtiti’s second-half headed goal Tuesday in St. Petersburg. “As it happens in any big tournament, you need to look at the younger generations and try to become stronger,” Martinez said. “From tournament to … [Read more...] about Still smarting from France loss, Belgium looks toward Euros