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  • US President Donald Trump impeached

    US President Donald Trump impeached

    The US House gaveled in for a historic session on 18 December night to impeach President Donald Trump on allegations that he abused his power and obstructed congressional efforts to investigate his actions. In a vote that will leave a lasting mark on his tenure at the White House, Trump has now become the third American chief executive to be formally charged under the Constitution’s ultimate remedy for high crimes and misdemeanors.

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  • Continuous rise of AI impact, research in 2019

    Continuous rise of AI impact, research in 2019

    Trying to get a handle on the progress of artificial intelligence is a daunting task, even for those enmeshed in the AI community. But the latest edition of the AI Index report - an annual rundown of machine learning data points now in its third year - delineates significant dimensions related to the activity in, and technical progress of AI.

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  • Sir Graham Watson: Europe is our family name

    Sir Graham Watson: Europe is our family name

    Sir Graham Watson, former MEP (1994-2014) and President of the ALDE Party (2011-2015), presented in Sofia, the Bulgarian translation of his 2009 book "Building a Liberal Europe: the ALDE Project", calling on EU countries to not forget that "we all share a common European identity".

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  • Showtime for Stadia cloud gaming service

    Showtime for Stadia cloud gaming service

    Google sets out to transform the video game world with its new Stadia service crafted to let people access console-quality games as easily as they do email. The promise of Stadia is that you can play your games anywhere. You could do it right now, on your work or school laptop, for instance.

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  • The future of humanity through the eyes of science

    The future of humanity through the eyes of science

    Next week, the Ratio forum for popular science will once again bring together a plethora of international lecturers tasked with translating the beauty of science into everyday language. In the seven years since its inception, the forum has been able to attract lecturers from all around the world, who have revealed to its audience mysteries like where extraterrestrial life hides; how humankind can colonise Space; what mathematics models, dead people and malaria have in common; the psychology of ghosts; how the brain neurons work and so on and so forth.

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  • Sofia to build Big Data CoE

    Sofia to build Big Data CoE

    Sofia University “St Kliment Ohridski”, in partnership with Sweden's Chalmers University of Technologies and Chalmers Industrial Technologies, has launched in Sofia, Bulgaria, the first ever “Big Data for Smart Society” Centre of Excellence (GATE CoE) in Big Data and Artificial Intelligence for Eastern Europe.

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  • Digital art enchants Sofia

    Digital art enchants Sofia

    The seventh edition of the International Digital Art Festival will take place in Sofia next week, from 22 until 26 October. Organised by the National Academy of Arts and the DA Lab foundation, DA FEST [7] will feature a wide range of exhibitions; audio-visual, theatre and VR performances; video art projections; lectures and presentations; workshops and concerts, revealing a plethora of explorations and art practices in the field of digital art.

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