A Denver police officer was injured in a crash in Arvada Thursday.
A Denver police officer was injured in a crash in Arvada Thursday.
French artificial intelligence company Mistral AI said on Monday it had raised 385 million euros ($414.41 million) in its second funding round in seven months, led by investors such as Andreessen-Horowitz and LightSpeed Ventures. Paris-based Mistral AI, founded by former Meta and Google AI researchers, had in June raised 105 million euros just a month after being set up. The company also launched Mixtral 8x7B, an open model that seeks to be Europe's answer to AI platforms such as OpenAI's ChatGPT and Google's Bard.
STORY: Australia says it’s tightening visa rules for international students and low-skilled workers. The country said Monday that decision could cut its migrant intake in half over the next two years and fix what the government called a “broken” migration system. Australia had boosted its migration numbers after COVID-19 to help businesses fill staffing shortages. However, the sudden surge in students and workers ratcheted up pressure on an already-tight rental market, with homelessness on the rise. Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil: “We are going to make sure that we bring numbers back under control, that we build a better planned system around essential things like housing, and perhaps most importantly of all, that we build a program that delivers for the national interest. O’Neil said the surge was mainly driven by international students – a group that was kept out of the nation for almost two years because of the pandemic. Under the new policies, international students would need to score higher on English tests. There would also be more scrutiny if they want to prolong their stay after their studies end. The decision came after net immigration was expected to have peaked at a record 510,000 people between 2022 and 2023. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese over the weekend said Australia’s migrant numbers needed to go back to a “sustainable level.” A recent survey for an Australian newspaper showed that almost two-thirds of voters said the country’s migration intake was too high. Still, Australia is now one of the world’s tightest labor markets and has long relied on immigration to bolster it. The Labor government has pushed to speed up the entry of highly-skilled workers and smooth their path to permanent residency.
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French artificial intelligence company Mistral AI said on Monday it had raised 385 million euros ($414.41 million) in its second funding round in seven months, led by investors such as Andreessen-Horowitz and LightSpeed Ventures. While the company did not disclose its valuation, a source familiar with the matter put it at 2 billion euros - an amount that would put the French startup among the top AI companies in the world. Paris-based Mistral AI, founded by former Meta and Google AI researchers, had in June raised 105 million euros just a month after being set up.
Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB), the main successor to the Soviet-era KGB, said on Monday that it had cracked a network of Ukrainian agents in Crimea who were involved in attempts to assassinate pro-Russian figures. It said the targets included the Moscow-appointed head of Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, and a former pro-Russian member of the Ukrainian parliament, Oleg Tsaryov.
Polling centers in Egypt opened Monday, the second voting day in a presidential election that is certain to see President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi secure another term. The vote, which began across the Middle Eastern nation on Sunday, has been overshadowed by the Israel-Hamas war in Gaza, on Egypt’s eastern borders. The vote is also taking place amid a staggering economic crisis in Egypt, a country of 105 million people in which nearly a third live in poverty, according to official figures.
Police were scrambled to the luxury hotel in the French capital after a Malaysian guest reported missing jewellery
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More than 90% of China's existing new energy vehicle (NEV) models will continue to receive tax breaks on purchases, under new technical requirements unveiled on Monday, China's industry ministry said. The technical requirements for NEV eligibility for purchase tax exemptions from 2024 state that pure electric cars should have a driving range of at least 200 kilometres per charge while plug-in hybrid cars should be able to run at least 43 kilometres on electricity, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said in a statement. The new regulations require a range attenuation rate of no higher than 35% under low temperatures for electric vehicles (EVs), and allows EVs capable of battery swapping to be eligible for the tax breaks.
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Britain said on Monday it would transfer two Royal Navy minehunter ships to the Ukrainian Navy, as it sets up a new maritime defence coalition alongside Norway to help strengthen Ukraine's sea operations. Britain said the two Sandown Class mine countermeasures vessels will enable Ukraine to better counter the threat from Russian sea mines, aiming to restore Ukraine's export routes via the Black Sea. The transfer of the vessels was announced alongside the launch of the Maritime Capability Coalition set up by Britain and Norway to improve Ukraine's navy to make it more compatible with western allies and increase security in the Black Sea.
David Cameron deployed to fend off rebellion as Gove insists Sunak ‘not contemplating’ general election if he loses Commons vote
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About 200 British-trained special forces soldiers are in danger as Pakistan expels undocumented foreigners.
India’s top court on Monday upheld a 2019 decision by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government to strip disputed Jammu and Kashmir’s special status as a semi-autonomous region with a separate constitution and inherited protections on land and jobs. The five-judge constitutional bench of the Supreme Court ruled that the region's special status had been a “temporary provision” and that removing it in 2019 was constitutionally valid. The unprecedented move also divided the region into two federal territories, Ladakh and Jammu-Kashmir, both ruled directly by the central government without a legislature of their own.
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal court jury is poised begin its deliberations in an antitrust trial focused on whether Google's efforts to profit from its app store for Android smartphones have been illegally gouging consumers and stifling innovation. Before the nine-person jury in San Francisco starts weighing the evidence Monday, the lawyers on the opposing sides of the trial will present their closing arguments in a three-year-old case filed by Epic Games, the maker of the popular Fortnite vide
The Factory: Made in Manchester BBC One, 10.40pm; NI, 11.10pm Manchester’s colossal new arts venue, Aviva Studios, is the UK’s largest cultural investment since the Tate Modern. Made up of an array of flexible spaces, including one large enough to house a jumbo jet, it is intended to elevate the north’s creative economy: creating jobs, nurturing careers and attracting talent. Yet at a cost of a whopping £240 million, the pressure to deliver is enormous.