The European Commission recently published a proposal for a regulation on artificial intelligence (AI). This is the first document of its kind to attempt to tame the multi-tentacled beast that is artificial intelligence.
Approving the Grassy Mountain Coal Project could enable industrializing Alberta’s sensitive and vital eastern slopes.
Outcome of latest National Council meeting a potential indicator of reluctance by QS to debate important political issues
The psychological reasons why novelty—from visiting new places to socializing—makes us happier and healthier people.
The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR), which bills itself as “the voice of the stem cell research community,” has announced that it no longer endorses the prevailing international standard limiting human embryo research to 14 days after fertilization.
On May 12, federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to halt Canadian arms sales to Israel. His call was in response to the Israeli military conducting airstrikes which have killed dozens of Palestinians, including children, injured hundreds more, and destroyed countless homes.
Canadian company’s discovery of oil in Africa raises questions about what we owe
What does the UCP do now that Vivian Krause says she never said Canadian enviro groups were being used by US oil interests?
Donald Trump attacked 35 Republicans for backing the January 6 commission by saying they are disloyal and allow the Democrats to win. But this shows that Trump brand in many places hurts the GOP, and that Trump is scared given this investigation and his criminal charges looming.
To stretch or not to stretch?
Should you do it before or after exercise? Does it prevent or heal injuries? Stretching is always a hot topic.