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30/04/2017 4:40:08 AM GMT

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30/04/2017 4:40:07 AM GMT

NBA asks 60-plus to combine; Ball won't attend

NBA asks 60-plus to combine; Ball won't attend

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30/04/2017 3:01:12 AM GMT

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2011 - Kenza Fourati


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For Red Sox, seventh inning as ugly as it gets

For Red Sox, seventh inning as ugly as it gets

Things we learned from Joshua-Klitschko

Things we learned from Joshua-Klitschko

Love: Ibaka gives Raptors 'whole different look'

Love: Ibaka gives Raptors 'whole different look'

Jets WR Smith out for season after ACL surgery

Jets WR Smith out for season after ACL surgery

Anthony Joshua beats Wladimir Klitschko - best 5 live commentary moments memes & reaction

Listen to big fight commentary highlights and the best social media reaction as Anthony Joshua beats Wladimir Klitschko to add the WBA world heavyweight title to his IBF crown.

Madeleine McCann: Parents mark 10 since daughter went missing

Kate and Gerry McCann speak about their missing daughter, 10 years after she vanished aged three.

FAA and Aireon announce ADS-B nextgen technology flight test success

McLean VA (SPX) Apr 27, 2017

Aireon and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced a successful flight test of space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) technology, collecting ADS-B data to be used as part of a larger validation effort exploring the new system's capability from low-earth orbit.

The flight took place on Thursday, March 30, 2017, utilizing the FAA's specially equipped "

A more than 100% quantum step toward producing hydrogen fuel

Newark NJ (SPX) Apr 27, 2017

Efforts to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels are advancing on various significant fronts. Such initiatives include research focused on more efficient production of gaseous hydrogen fuel by using solar energy to break water down into its components of hydrogen and oxygen.

Recently, in an article published in the journal Nature Energy, lead author Yong Yan, an assistant professor in the

China's cargo spacecraft completes in-orbit refueling

Beijing (XNA) Apr 28, 2017

China's Tianzhou-1 cargo spacecraft and Tiangong-2 space lab completed their first in-orbit refueling at 7:07 p.m. Thursday, another success of the Tianzhou-1 mission.

Mastering the technique of refueling in space will help the country to build a permanent space station.

China is the third country, besides Russia and the United States, to master refueling in space.

The in-orbit

Bright future for self-charging batteries

Montreal, Canada (SPX) Apr 27, 2017

Who hasn't lived through the frustrating experience of being without a phone after forgetting to recharge it? This could one day be a thing of the past thanks to technology being developed by Hydro-Quebec and McGill University.

Lithium-ion batteries have allowed the rapid proliferation of all kinds of mobile devices such as phones, tablets and computers. These tools however require frequen

The QueSST for Quiet

Cleveland OH (SPX) Apr 28, 2017

Can you imagine flying from New York to Los Angeles in half the time?

Think about it. Commercial flight over land in a supersonic jet would mean less time in-flight; less time in a cramped seat next to your new, and probably unwanted, best friend; fewer tiny bags of peanuts; and more time at your destination.

Couldn't Concorde do that? Nope. Concorde, which last flew in 2003, utilize

Wired Founding Editor Now Challenges 'The Myth of A Superhuman AI'

Wired's founding executive editor Kevin Kelly wrote a 5,000-word takedown on "the myth of a superhuman AI," challenging dire warnings from Bill Gates, Stephen Hawking, and Elon Musk about the potential extinction of humanity at the hands of a superintelligent constructs. Slashdot reader mirandakatz calls it an "impeccably argued debunking of this pervasive myth." Kelly writes:
Buried in this scenario of a takeover of superhuman artificial intelligence are five assumptions which, when examined closely, are not based on any evidence...

1.) Artificial intelligence is already getting smarter than us, at an exponential rate.
2.) We'll make AIs into a general purpose intelligence, like our own.
3.) We can make human intelligence in silicon.
4.) Intelligence can be expanded without limit.
5.) Once we have exploding superintelligence it can solve most of our problems...
If the expectation of a superhuman AI takeover is built on five key assumptions that have no basis in evidence, then this idea is more akin to a religious belief -- a myth

Kelly proposes "five heresies" which he says have more evidence to support them -- including the prediction that emulating human intelligence "will be constrained by cost" -- and he likens artificial intelligence to the physical powers of machines.

Every Time I Die call out Foster The People on album cover

At this point, we all know what a HOT mess the Fyre Festival was with reports of Fyre not delivered on their luxurious accommodations, but it's hard to think about luxurious accomodations when you're not even getting basic necessities, such as adequate food, housing and electricity.

The festival was a product of Fyre Media, a booking company from rapper Ja Rule and his tech partner Billy McFarland. Ja Rule has now released his first statement following the flop, which you can read below!

Read more: Fyre Festival appeared to be a total sh*t show, Blink-182 cancel headlining set

Yik Yak messaging app comes to an end

At this point, we all know what a HOT mess the Fyre Festival was with reports of Fyre not delivered on their luxurious accommodations, but it's hard to think about luxurious accomodations when you're not even getting basic necessities, such as adequate food, housing and electricity.

The festival was a product of Fyre Media, a booking company from rapper Ja Rule and his tech partner Billy McFarland. Ja Rule has now released his first statement following the flop, which you can read below!

Read more: Fyre Festival appeared to be a total sh*t show, Blink-182 cancel headlining set

Happy anniversary to this photo of Bruno Mars surprised to see Pete Wentz

At this point, we all know what a HOT mess the Fyre Festival was with reports of Fyre not delivered on their luxurious accommodations, but it's hard to think about luxurious accomodations when you're not even getting basic necessities, such as adequate food, housing and electricity.

The festival was a product of Fyre Media, a booking company from rapper Ja Rule and his tech partner Billy McFarland. Ja Rule has now released his first statement following the flop, which you can read below!

Read more: Fyre Festival appeared to be a total sh*t show, Blink-182 cancel headlining set

Ja Rule releases first statement following Fyre Festival

At this point, we all know what a HOT mess the Fyre Festival was with reports of Fyre not delivered on their luxurious accommodations, but it's hard to think about luxurious accomodations when you're not even getting basic necessities, such as adequate food, housing and electricity.

The festival was a product of Fyre Media, a booking company from rapper Ja Rule and his tech partner Billy McFarland. Ja Rule has now released his first statement following the flop, which you can read below!

Read more: Fyre Festival appeared to be a total sh*t show, Blink-182 cancel headlining set

Watch Morning In May perform their new single “Life Alert (I’ve Fallen And Can’t Get Up)”

Pop punk group Morning In May stopped by AP headquarters and performed a couple sets for us, including an acoustic version of a new single called "Life Alert (I've Fallen And Can't Get Up)".

Watch: Watch Morning In May cover All Time Low’s “Remembering Sunday”

While sounding upbeat, the "Life Alert" reminds us of some of the darker days one goes through from time to time. However, the song is also about finding things to being one back from that.

Check out the video below and make sure to subscribe to APTV for more acoustic covers from your favorite bands!
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The man who has saved 92 crash victims

Suraj Prakash Vaid rushes to help traffic accident victims in a country where most opt to walk away.

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