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A few compounds picked by AI are now in development, but those bets will take years to play out. Reuters interviews with more than a dozen pharmaceutical company executives, drug regulators, public health experts and AI firms show, however, that the technology is playing a sizeable and growing role in human drug trials. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it had received about 300 applications that incorporate AI or machine learning in drug development from 2016 through 2022. Without AI, Bayer said it would have spent millions more, and taken up to nine months longer to recruit volunteers. Finding real-world patients by mining electronic patient data can be done manually, but using AI speeds up the process dramatically.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Jeffrey Morgan, Amgen, Badhri Srinivasan, Sameer Pujari, drugmaker Bayer, Bayer, Blythe Adamson, Roche, Richard Pazdur, Gen Li, John Concato, Natalie Grover, Martin Coulter, Julie Steenhuysen, Josephine Mason, David Clarke Organizations: Pharmaceutical Research, REUTERS, Pharmaceutical, Bayer, Novartis, Deloitte, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, Reuters, World Health, Flatiron Health, FDA, European Medicines Agency, FDA's Oncology, Excellence, Medical, FDA's Center, Drug, Research, Thomson Locations: U.S, Johannesburg, Texas, Finland, United States, London, Chicago
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REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsSept 21 (Reuters) - Arm Holdings' stock on Thursday dipped for the first time below its initial public offering price, while short sellers appeared to be betting against the chip designer just a week after its Wall Street debut. Shares of Klaviyo (KVYO.N) which debuted on Wall Street on Wednesday, finished up 2.9% at $33.72 versus the marketing automation firm's $30 IPO price. Suggesting short sellers are betting against Arm, about 14 million of its shares were on loan, equivalent to 8% of the stock's free float, data and analytics company Ortex said. Short sellers borrow stocks to short them, and the relationship between shares on loan and shorted is normally close, according to Ortex. Arm shares appear highly shorted compared to other recent IPOs.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Ortex, Peter Hillerberg, Noel Randewich, Lewis Krauskopf, Lance Tupper, Richard Chang Organizations: REUTERS, Arm Holdings, Nasdaq, Federal, U.S, Thomson
[1/3] Euro, Hong Kong dollar, U.S. dollar, Japanese yen, pound and Chinese 100 yuan banknotes are seen in this picture illustration, January 21, 2016. The Japanese yen strengthened against the greenback before Friday's Bank of Japan policy announcement, while the pound and the Swiss franc slipped after the British and Swiss central banks kept rates unchanged. The BOJ will end its negative interest rate policy next year, the majority of economists said in a Reuters poll, as the market has begun to envisage the demise of its ultra-easy monetary settings. The pound fell to its lowest since March after the Bank of England held interest rates steady on Thursday, following a cooler-than-expected inflation report the previous day. Meanwhile, Sweden's Riksbank and Norway's central bank both raised rates by 25 basis points, in line with expectations.
Persons: Jason Lee, Helen, Powell didn't, BoE, Monex's, Brad Bechtel, Sweden's, bitcoin, Saqib Iqbal Ahmed, Sam Holmes, Shri Navaratnam, Sharon Singleton, Richard Chang Organizations: Hong, REUTERS, U.S, Federal Reserve, Friday's Bank of Japan, Swiss, British, Fed, Monex, ECB, Traders, FX, Jefferies, Bank of England, Swiss National Bank, Thomson Locations: Hong Kong, Swiss, Japan, Swedish, Norwegian
The logo of Mexican cement maker CEMEX is pictured at it's plant in Monterrey, Mexico June 8, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsMEXICO CITY, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Mexican cement maker Cemex is in talks to refinance its entire $3 billion credit facility with banks, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, citing company executives. "We're in current discussions with our banks, because the biggest amount of debt that is maturing is bank debt," Chief Financial Officer Maher Al-Haffar was quoted as saying in an interview. A Cemex spokesperson pointed Reuters to prior earnings calls in which executives had discussed the potential of a refinancing. Last year, ratings agency S&P estimated that in 2023 and 2024, Cemex would face "debt maturities of less than $500 million," noting that the amount was "highly manageable."
Persons: Daniel Becerril, Maher Al, Haffar, Fernando Gonzalez, Fitch, Cemex, Gonzalez, Kylie Madry, Isabel Woodford, Richard Chang Organizations: REUTERS, Bloomberg, Mexico City, Thomson Locations: Monterrey, Mexico, MEXICO, Mexican, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Europe
[1/2] U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy speaks with reporters at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S. September 20, 2023. The House of Representatives voted 216-212 against beginning debate on an $886 billion defense appropriations bill amid opposition from a small group of hardline conservative Republicans. As the vote failed, McCarthy told reporters that he will pursue the "same strategy I had from January: just keep working; never give up." Then a vote to open floor debate on the defense appropriations bill failed. It was not clear how much support the CR or the 2024 top line would draw from House Republicans.
Persons: Kevin McCarthy, Jonathan Ernst, Kevin McCarthy's, McCarthy, Joe Biden, Chuck Schumer, Keith Self, Donald Trump, Joe, brinkmanship, Fitch, Rosa DeLauro, Biden, David Morgan, Richard Cowan, Makini Brice, Scott Malone, Leslie Adler, Mark Porter, Timothy Gardner Organizations: ., U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, Rights, Republicans, Democratic, Senate, Republican, Self, TRUMP, Government, Trump, AAA, House Republicans, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S
Qantas aircraft are seen on the tarmac at Melbourne International Airport in Melbourne, Australia, November 6, 2018. But any suggestion that we took fees for no service is just wrong," Goyder said. The ABC report did not mention the names of investors and consumers who have called for Goyder's resignation. Goyder was appointed to the board in November 2017 and named chairman in October 2018. Goyder said Qantas has accepted the ruling and new CEO Vanessa Hudson will work towards settling the case, according to ABC News.
Persons: Phil Noble, Alan Joyce, Richard Goyder, Goyder, Vanessa Hudson, Roushni Nair, Sonia Cheema Organizations: Qantas, Melbourne International Airport, REUTERS, Rights Companies Qantas Airways, Australia's Qantas Airways, ABC, ABC News, Thomson Locations: Melbourne, Australia, Bengaluru
For months, far-right House Republicans have been demanding deeper cuts in federal spending than agreed to in bipartisan legislation this summer. The 64 members of the House's "Problem Solvers Caucus" -- 32 Democrats and 32 Republicans -- issued a statement saying the group had voted to endorse a temporary funding measure that would run through Jan. 11, 2024. "The Problem Solvers’ proposal keeps the government open, addresses our nation’s longer-term fiscal health and includes fiscally responsible measures," said Democratic Representative Josh Gottheimer, a co-chair of the bipartisan caucus. Funding would be set at the $1.59 trillion level approved earlier this year by the president and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. The Problem Solvers Caucus plan also calls for new border security controls that would be operational through the end of next year.
Persons: Joe Biden, Josh Gottheimer, Biden, Kevin McCarthy, McCarthy, Richard Cowan, Michael Perry Organizations: U.S . House, Wednesday, Republicans, Ukraine, Thomson Locations: U.S, Russian
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThe Fed's higher for longer surprised the market, but it shouldn't have: RBA's Michael ContopoulosMichael Contopoulos, Richard Bernstein Advisors director of fixed income, joins the 'Fast Money' traders at the desk talking rising rates, the Fed's next move, the state of the economy and more.
Persons: Michael Contopoulos Michael Contopoulos, Richard Bernstein Organizations: Richard Bernstein Advisors
The risk, they have warned, is that large basis positions could once again exacerbate vulnerabilities in the U.S. bond market, which is a linchpin of the world's financial system. "These basis positions with these transformations are going to be a part of the equation because it's a necessary evil to get the capital to meet the demand." Higher supply comes as liquidity in Treasuries has been problematic for most of last year, partially due to rising volatility spurred by the Fed's aggressive rate hiking cycle. But Richard Chambers, global head of repo trading and global co-head of short macro trading at Goldman Sachs, told the trading forum on Thursday that the repo market was now more efficient. "We will have more levered investors buying Treasuries into 2024 and so demand for leverage in Treasuries will increase," he said.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Joe Biden, Janet, Yellen, Jason Granet, Mark Wendland, , Richard Chambers, Goldman Sachs, Davide Barbuscia, Gertrude Chavez, Dreyfuss, Carolina Mandl, Laura Matthews, Matthew Lewis Organizations: REUTERS, Federal Reserve, Bank for International Settlements, Treasuries, Treasury, BNY Mellon, DRW Holdings, Reuters, Goldman, Thomson Locations: U.S, New York, Treasuries
Richard Alexander Murdaugh is seen in a mugshot taken after his arrest, at Kirkland Reception and Evaluation Center in Columbia, South Carolina, U.S. in this handout obtained March 4, 2023. South Carolina Department of Corrections/Handout via REUTERS/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsSept 21 (Reuters) - Disbarred South Carolina attorney Richard "Alex" Murdaugh, who was convicted of murdering his wife and son, pleaded guilty in federal court on Thursday to nearly two dozen bank fraud and other financial crimes in which he stole millions of dollars. Murdaugh has appealed his murder convictions, maintains his innocence and is seeking a new trial. Federal Judge Richard Gergel is expected to sentence Murdaugh on the financial crimes at a later date. Murdaugh faces similar financial crime charges in state court and a state trial is scheduled for late November.
Persons: Richard Alexander Murdaugh, Richard, Alex, Murdaugh, Margaret, Paul, Dick Harpootlian, Maggie, Emily Evans Limehouse, he's, Richard Gergel, Rich McKay, Timothy Gardner Organizations: Kirkland, Center, South Carolina Department of Corrections, Handout, REUTERS, South, Prosecutors, United, Thomson Locations: Columbia , South Carolina, U.S, South Carolina, Charleston, Charleston , South Carolina, Atlanta
[1/2] A model of a new fighter jet of the Global Combat Air Programme (GCAP) led by Britain, Japan, and Italy, is seen at the DSEI defence event in London, Britain, September 12, 2023. Reuters/Sarah Young/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsTOKYO, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Japan, Britain and Italy plan to choose Britain as the headquarters for their next-generation fighter program, four sources in Japan said, putting London at the forefront of a partnership that could expand to include other nations. "Discussion about the headquarters is ongoing and we are unable to comment on the location," Japan's defence procurement agency said in an email. "No final decisions have been made on the locations and we will not comment on speculation," a spokesperson at Britain's defence ministry said. Officials at the Italian defence ministry were unavailable for comment.
Persons: Sarah Young, Leonardo, LDOF.MI, Richard Berthon, Britain's, Tim Kelly, Nobuhiro Kubo, Paul Sandle, Angelo Amante, Gerry Doyle Organizations: Global Combat Air, Reuters, Rights, London, United, United Arab Emirates, Combat, Britain's Ministry of Defence, BAE Systems PLC, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Electric Corp, Royce PLC, Japan's IHI Corp, Thomson Locations: Britain, Japan, Italy, London, Saudi Arabia, United Arab, GCAP, European
CNN —Hundreds of millions of years ago, jawless fishes swam Earth’s seas, their brains protected on the outside by armored skin, and on the inside by plates made of cartilage. Scientists are still piecing together how modern vertebrates’ skulls evolved from these ancient fish ancestors, which were the first animals with backbones. The specimen — an articulated cranium that’s 455 million years old — belongs to the jawless fish Eriptychius americanus. Modern vertebrate descendants of jawless fishes make up two groups: vertebrates with jaws, and jawless hagfish and lampreys. “So it’s quite exciting.”Extracting the detailsThe fossilized head cartilage was excavated in 1949 and described in 1967 by the late paleontologist Robert Denison, a curator of fossil fishes at Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History.
Persons: jawless, , Richard Dearden, Robert Denison, Denison, Dearden, , paleobiologist Lauren Sallan, Sallan, ” Sallan Organizations: CNN, Naturalis Biodiversity, Field, University of Birmingham, Okinawa Institute of Science, Technology Graduate University Locations: Colorado, Leiden, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Japan
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailUnlike other central banks, Bank of Japan is 'marching to a different drummer'Richard Fisher, former Dallas Fed president, says the Bank of Japan had a "unique ecosystem" where it is "very beholden to the diet".
Persons: Richard Fisher Organizations: Bank of Japan, Dallas Fed
Martin and other authors are suing ChatGPT owner OpenAI claiming copyright infringement. It follows a series of lawsuits writers launched against OpenAI over similar accusations. This latest lawsuit joins a series of legal disputes that writers have launched against OpenAI on similar accusations of copyright infringement. Associated Press, for instance, struck a two-year agreement with OpenAI that gives the AI company permission to train ChatGPT on its archive of news stories. As for the Authors Guild, writers "must have the ability to control if and how their works are used by generative AI," Authors Guild CEO Mary Rasenberger wrote in a statement.
Persons: George R.R, Martin, OpenAI, , John Grisham, Mona Awad, Paul Tremblay, Weeks, Sarah Silverman —, Christophe Golden, Richard Kadrey —, It's, Mary Rasenberger, Rasenberger Organizations: Service, OpenAI, of, Hollywood, The New York Times, Stability, Getty, Associated Press, Authors Guild Locations: Wall, Silicon, ChatGPT, Southern, of New York
Call it whatever you want, we're going to get that one and a half percent," the crown prince said. The Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF), an entity controlled by Crown Prince Mohammed, has backed Saudi soccer clubs and LIV Golf. The LIV Golf merger with the PGA Tour has faced widespread scrutiny. Key U.S. lawmakers have criticized the pending golf merger as an attempt by the kingdom to distract from its human rights record. Prior to the deal, LIV Golf sued the PGA Tour for alleged anticompetitive practices, which prompted the PGA Tour to countersue, saying LIV Golf was stifling competition.
Persons: Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, sportswashing, I'm, Critics, Jamal Khashoggi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, LIV Golf, Crown Prince Mohammed, LIV, Osama bin Laden, It's, Sen, Richard Blumenthal, Conn, Jimmy Dunne, Ron Price, Price, Benjamin Freeman, — CNBC's Lillian Rizzo, Chelsey Cox Organizations: Saudi, Saudi Arabian Crown, Partnership, Global Infrastructure, Fox News, Washington Post, Neymar, PGA Tour, Saudi Public Investment Fund, Crown, Reuters, PGA, Key U.S, Homeland Security, Governmental Affairs, Tour, Quincy Institute, Responsible Locations: Saudi Arabian, New Delhi, India, Saudi, Europe, Saudi Arabia, Key, Yemen
U.S. revives Cold War submarine spy program to counter China
  + stars: | 2023-09-21 | by ( )   time to read: +21 min
The original network of fixed spy cables, which lie in secret locations on the ocean floor, was designed to spy on Soviet submarines seven decades ago, the three people said. China, meanwhile, is working on its own maritime spy program, known as the Great Underwater Wall, two U.S. Navy sources told Reuters. Sense of urgencyAmerica’s underwater espionage program was launched in the 1950s with a submarine detection system known as the Sound Surveillance System. The U.S. Navy’s Undersea Surveillance System The United States is expanding and upgrading its anti-submarine surveillance capabilities as tensions rise with China. Japan also operates a fleet of three ocean surveillance ships, fitted with U.S. SURTASS cables, the two U.S. Navy sources said.
Persons: Captain Stephany Moore, Richard Seif, Moore, Seif, , Tim Hawkins, Mariana Trench, Brent Sadler, We're, Sadler, ” Jon Nelson, Phillip Sawyer, Sawyer, United States –, SOSUS, SubCom, Stephen Askins, Lockheed Martin, Chuck Fralick, Leidos, ” Fralick, Hawkins, Richard Jenkins, Saildrone, Joe Brock, Mohammad Kawoosa, Simon Scarr, Edgar Su, Catherine Tai Design, Eve Watling, Marla Dickerson Organizations: U.S . Navy, Navy, Undersea Surveillance Command, Undersea Surveillance, United, Submarine Force U.S . Pacific Fleet, Reuters, U.S . 5th Fleet, U.S, Pacific, China Academy of Sciences, China’s Ministry of Defense, Foreign, China Naval, U.S . Naval Forces Korea, The Heritage Foundation, Department of Defense, Naval Air Station Whidbey, Processing, Undersea, Undersea Warfare, Naval Postgraduate School, Taiwan, Ships, Titan, Navy’s, CS, U.S . Department of Defense, Lockheed, U.S . State Department, An Australian Defense, Self, Defense Force, Leidos Locations: Seattle, U.S, Whidbey, China, Taiwan, Beijing, United States, Australia, Pacific, South China, Mariana, Yap, Federated States, Micronesia, Guam, Russian, Ukraine, Washington . U.S, Washington, Soviet Union, Washington State, Virginia Beach , Virginia, Monterey , California, Japan, India, States, London, Taiwan Strait, Virginia, San Francisco
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailPowell made it very clear the Fed won't abandon the 2% inflation target: Former Dallas Fed presidentRichard Fisher, who served as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas from 2005 to 2015, says "the question is the speed with which they get there."
Persons: Powell, Richard Fisher Organizations: Dallas Fed, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsMEXICO CITY, Sept 21 (Reuters) - A U.S. trade official stressed Mexico's need to address "serious concerns" from the United States of its energy measures, which were raised during consultations under a regional trade pact, the U.S. Trade Representative's (USTR) office said on Thursday. Deputy Trade Representative Jayme White, who met with his Mexican counterpart Alejandro Encinas in Mexico on Wednesday, urged Mexico to address its energy measures which the U.S. says unfairly discriminate against its companies, the USTR said in a statement. The U.S. and Canada demanded dispute settlement talks with Mexico under the United States-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade agreement over Mexico's energy policy in July 2022. White also expressed concerns over the "recent surge" in U.S. imports of certain steel and aluminum products from Mexico, the USTR said, and the "lack of transparency" regarding their country of origin. White and Encinas additionally discussed ongoing USMCA consultations regarding Mexico's enforcement of fisheries-related environmental laws, the USTR said.
Persons: Jose Luis Gonzalez, Jayme White, Alejandro Encinas, White, Encinas, Kylie Madry, Valentine Hilaire, Richard Chang Organizations: Ciudad Juarez, REUTERS, U.S . Trade, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Paso del Norte, El Paso, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, MEXICO, U.S, United States, Canada
ET Thursday will see the two-time Women’s World Cup winner and two-time Olympian earn her 123rd and final cap for the US. She announced her retirement last month, adding that she made the decision “with immense emotion and processing.”Ertz controls the ball against Sweden in what would be her final Women's World Cup match. Jenna Watson/USA TODAY Sports/ReutersErtz, 31, was an integral member of the US teams which won the Women’s World Cup in 2015 and 2019. She represented the US women’s team on 122 occasions, losing just five matches and scoring 20 goals during her 10-year international career. Ertz, pictured as the US celebrates its victory over the Netherlands at the 2019 Women's World Cup final, was an integral member of the US teams which won women's soccer's showpiece event in 2015 and 2019.
Persons: Julie Ertz, Jenna Watson, Reuters Ertz, Richard Heathcote, Ertz, “ There’s, Momma can’t, Momma, ” Ertz, Madden, Twila Kilgore, Ertz’s Organizations: CNN, US, National, TQL, Sweden, USA, Reuters, Getty, Chicago Red Stars, US Soccer, National Women’s Soccer League, Angel City, Interim, Locations: South Africa, Cincinnati, Netherlands, Angel, Australia, New Zealand, Interim US
Thailand's new PM meets Tesla chief Musk in New York
  + stars: | 2023-09-21 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
Elon Musk, Chief Executive Officer of SpaceX and Tesla and owner of Twitter, gestures as he attends the Viva Technology conference dedicated to innovation and startups at the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris, France, June 16, 2023. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsBANGKOK, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Thailand's new Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on Thursday he met with Tesla (TSLA.O) chief Elon Musk in New York, where they discussed the electric vehicle industry. Srettha, who is in New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly, said he spoke with Musk about EV manufacturer Tesla and his rocket and satellite company SpaceX, including its internet venture Starlink. Around half of all regional EV sales are from Thailand, followed by Vietnam and Indonesia, with Chinese carmakers like BYD leading by a wide margin. Tesla, also popular in Thailand, launched models in the growing market last year.
Persons: Elon Musk, Porte, Gonzalo Fuentes, Srettha Thavisin, Tesla, Asia's, Srettha, Chayut Setboonsarng, Jane Merriman, Richard Chang Organizations: SpaceX, Tesla, Viva Technology, Porte de, REUTERS, Rights, EV, United Nations General Assembly, Twitter, Toyota, Honda, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, Rights BANGKOK, New York, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Japanese, Vietnam, Indonesia, Asia
The very existence of the No Labels group is fanning Democratic anxiety about Trump’s chances against an incumbent president facing questions about his age and record. If even a small number of those voters were to back a No Labels candidate next year, Biden could fall short. No Labels party members skew younger. Twelve percent of them live in the 4th Congressional District, which includes Arizona State University. Such a poll would be meaningless because a large swath of voters won’t know anything about the No Labels candidate before a campaign is run, he said.
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Keep tabs on your fantasy team by tuning in with these free Giants vs. 49ers live streams. You can also watch 49ers vs. Giants for free online via Twitch. How to watch Giants vs. 49ers live streams from anywhereIf you're in the US, you can watch the Giants vs. 49ers game exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Watch Giants vs. 49ers on Thursday Night Football. Here's a list of all upcoming Thursday Night Football games for the 2023 NFL season.
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The only other U.S. high-speed line is Amtrak's Acela service between Boston and Washington, D.C., which began in 2000. Brightline began planning in 2012. A 2018 partnership with Richard Branson's Virgin Group to rebrand Brightline as Virgin Trains USA quickly soured. According to the lawsuit, Brightline says Virgin “ceased to constitute a brand of international high repute, largely because of matters related to the pandemic." He said Brightline’s accommodations “compare really well to some of the best trains” he’s taken in Europe, where high-speed rail between cities is common.
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