Top related persons:
Top related locs:
Top related orgs:

Search resuls for: "India"

25 mentions found

India's stock market hit a $4 trillion valuation for the first time on Tuesday, per Bloomberg. It's narrowing the gap with Hong Kong, the world's fourth-largest stock market. AdvertisementThe value of companies listed on India's stock exchanges hit $4 trillion for the first time on Tuesday – narrowing the gap with Hong Kong, Bloomberg reported. Hong Kong is the world's fourth-largest stock market, but is now worth less than $4.7 trillion following an 18% slide in the Hang Seng Index this year. The Indian market was worth less than $1.5 trillion in pandemic-affected 2020, according to Bloomberg, but has since made significant gains.
Persons: , Narendra Modi, Sanjeev, Sharekhan, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Bloomberg, Service, Reuters, IMF, Apple Locations: Hong Kong, India, China, Japan
“Rat hole mining may be illegal,” Lt General Syed Ata Hasnain, a retired official from India’s National Disaster Management Authority told reporters shortly after the rescue. “But a rat miner’s talent and experience is not.”Bottom of the hierarchyWorkers employed in the dangerous profession are among the most vulnerable and marginalized in India, hence the unflattering local moniker. But some of the “rat miners” said they are still waiting for details of the compensation. Conspicuously missing were the names of the 12 “rat miners” who put their lives on the line to complete that final breakthrough. Two “rat miners” went in at a time on rotating four-hour shifts, with one cutting the stone and the other pulling the debris out of the pipe.
Persons: New Delhi CNN —, Munna Qureshi, , ” Qureshi, Qureshi, General Syed Ata Hasnain, Slimly, Hasina Kharbhih, , Roberto Schmidt, ” Kharbhih, Nasir Khan, B.P, Katoki, Pushkar Singh Dhami, Mohammad Irshad Ansari, Monu Kumar, crouch, Khan, Kumar, Sajjad Hussain, Ansari, ” Kumar Organizations: New, New Delhi CNN, Engineers, National Disaster Management Authority, Workers, National Green Tribunal, AFP, Getty, CNN, Locations: New Delhi, Uttarakhand, India, Meghalaya, Rimbay, Uttarkashi, Uttar Pradesh, AFP
[1/3] People move in a boat past partially submerged vehicles in a residential area following heavy rains ahead of Cyclone Michaung in Chennai, India, December 4, 2023. REUTERS/Stringer/File photo Acquire Licensing RightsBHUBANESHWAR, India, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Heavy rains submerged roads and shut down a major airport in southern India on Tuesday, where at least five people, including a child, were killed in the flooding and the havoc hours before a severe cyclone was due to make landfall. The rains and winds also snapped power lines and uprooted trees, officials said. Taiwan's Foxconn (2317.TW) and Pegatron (4938.TW) halted Apple (AAPL.O) iPhone production at their facilities near Chennai due to heavy rains, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday. In December 2015, floods in Tamil Nadu killed at least 290 people and caused widespread damage.
Persons: Stringer, Michaung, Taiwan's Foxconn, Jatindra Dash, Shilpa Jamkhandikar, Miral Organizations: Cyclone, REUTERS, Apple, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Chennai, India, Andhra Pradesh, Tirupati district, Tamil Nadu, Tamil Nadu's
Swathes of Siberia freeze in temperatures below -58 Celsius
  + stars: | 2023-12-05 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
[1/5] Pedestrians walk along a street on a frosty day in Yakutsk, Russia, December 5, 2023. Temperatures in parts of the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia and located in the northeastern part of Siberia, went below minus 50 degrees Celsius (minus 58 degrees Fahrenheit) on December 5. REUTERS/Roman... Acquire Licensing Rights Read moreYAKUTSK, Russia, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Arctic weather enfolded swathes of Russia on Tuesday, with temperatures in the wilds of Siberia falling to minus 58 degrees Celsius (minus 72 degrees Fahrenheit). Temperatures in parts of the Sakha Republic, a vast region a little smaller than India that is located in the northeastern part of Siberia, went below minus 55 overnight. In Oymyakon, a settlement in Sakha, the temperature was minus 58 C on Tuesday.
Persons: Pyotr, Guy Faulconbridge, Mark Trevelyan Organizations: REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Yakutsk, Russia, Sakha Republic, Siberia, YAKUTSK, Moscow, India, Sakha
REUTERS/Yves Herman/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsDUBAI, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Global carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels are set to hit a record high this year, exacerbating climate change and fuelling more destructive extreme weather, scientists said. The Global Carbon Budget report, published on Tuesday during the COP28 climate summit, said that overall CO2 emissions, which reached a record high last year, have plateaued in 2023 due to a slight drop from uses of land like deforestation. Countries are expected to emit a total 36.8 billion metric tons of CO2 from fossil fuels in 2023, a 1.1% increase from last year, the report by scientists from more than 90 institutions including the University of Exeter concluded. When land use emissions are included, global CO2 emissions are set to total 40.9 billion tons this year. China produces 31% of global fossil fuel CO2 emissions.
Persons: Yves Herman, India's, Pierre Friedlingstein, Friedlingstein, Kate Abnett, Alexander Smith Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, University of Exeter, 1.5C, IPCC, Research, Energy, Clean, European, Thomson Locations: Dunkirk, France, India, China, Paris, COP28, Helsinki, U.S, European Union, Europe
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. poses during a group portrait at the Supreme Court in Washington, U.S., October 7, 2022. Such a ruling also could frustrate policies favored by some Democrats, including Senator Elizabeth Warren, for a tax on the net worth - meaning all assets and not just income - of the super-rich. Alito defended the court in articles in the Wall Street Journal's opinion section. The Moores sued the U.S. government in 2019 challenging the mandatory repatriation tax. Circuit Court of Appeals threw out the case, noting that under Supreme Court precedent the "realization of income is not a constitutional requirement."
Persons: Samuel A, Alito Jr, Evelyn Hockstein, Samuel Alito, Charles, Kathleen Moore, Donald Trump, Moores, Elizabeth Warren, Alito, Alito's recusal, David Rivkin Jr, Andrew Chung, Will Dunham Organizations: Supreme, REUTERS, Rights, U.S, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Democratic, Moores, Street, Circuit, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Redmond , Washington, Republican, Constitution's, Bangalore, India, San Francisco
"There cannot be any pressure on India to cut down emissions," India's power and renewable energy minister R.K. Singh said on Nov. 30. ASIAN EMISSIONS RISETo be sure, fast-growing Asia, home to half the world's population, accounts for three-fifths of global emissions from power generation, including from sectors exporting goods and services to the west. Despite challenges, Asia, along with Europe and North America, have cut the share of coal in power use, although at a slower pace. Cuts in nuclear power have slowed Europe and North America's fight to reduce emissions, although nuclear's share of their power mix remains well above Asia's. The share of gas in power generation has risen in the West, with the fuel accounting for a shrinking share in Asia.
Persons: Tingshu Wang, R.K, Singh, Hogeveen Rutter, Rutter, ISA's Rutter, Sudarshan Varadhan, Tony Munroe, Sonali Paul Organizations: Huawei, REUTERS, U.S, European Union, North America, International Solar Alliance, Reuters, WEST, North, Institute for Energy Economics, Thomson Locations: Shaanxi, China, Asia, SINGAPORE, America, Europe, India, North America, Paris, North, North America Asia, West Asia, West, Indonesia
KHAVDA, India (AP) — Rising from the bare expanse of the large salt desert that separates India from Pakistan is what will likely be the world's largest renewable energy project when completed three years from now. The solar and wind energy project will be so big that it will be visible from space, according to developers of what is called the Khavda renewable energy park, named after the village nearest to the project site. Shifting to renewable energy is a key issue at the ongoing COP28 climate summit. Once completed, it will supply 30 gigawatts of renewable energy annually, enough to power nearly 18 million Indian homes. Given this, Virmani said there is enough land in Kutch for various renewable energy projects.
Persons: , KSRK Verma, Khavda, Verma, “ It’s, Vneet Jaain, Adani, Gautam Adani, Adani Green, ” Ajay Mathur, Mathur, Abi T Vanak, Vanak, Sandip, Virmani, Hirelal Rajde, Organizations: Associated Press, Adani Green Energy Limited, Adani, Adani Group, Hindenburg, Group, International Solar Alliance, Ashoka Trust for Research, Twitter, AP Locations: KHAVDA, India, Pakistan, Singapore, Rann, Kutch, India’s Gujarat, China, United States, Bengal, Ahmedabad, Jaain, U.S, Mundra, Gujarat, Europe, Africa, Bengaluru, Denmark, Khavda
The Global Cooling Pledge would mark the world's first collective focus on energy emissions from the cooling sector. That would equal one-tenth of expected global emissions, the report said, and would strain electric grids. Organizers hope to see at least 80 countries supporting the cooling pledge, given the urgent need to slash climate-warming emissions and keep people safe from dangerous heatwaves. Nearly three-quarters of the potential for reducing cooling emissions by mid-century can be found in G20 countries, the UNEP report said. UNEP estimates that global efforts to tackle cooling emissions could avoid the release of up to 78 billion metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent.
Persons: Amr Alfiky, Brian Dean, Gloria Dickie, Sarita Chaganti Singh, Katy Daigle Organizations: United Nations, Change, United Arab Emirates, REUTERS, Rights, U.S . State Department, United Nations Environment Programme, Reuters, U.S . Environmental Protection Agency, Sustainable Energy, UNEP, Thomson Locations: Dubai, United Arab, United States, U.S, Kenya, India
The Nepal government said in a statement that six of its nationals, who had been serving the Russian army, were killed, without providing any details. Diplomatic efforts were underway to get one Nepali citizen serving the Russian army and captured by Ukraine released, the statement added. Nepal also urged its citizens not to join the army of any war-torn country. English daily, The Kathmandu Post, quoted Milan Raj Tuladhar, Nepal's ambassador in Moscow, as saying that 150-200 Nepalis were working as mercenaries in the Russian army. Millions of Nepali nationals are employed in civilian work mainly as labourers in industries and construction sites in South Korea, Malaysia and the Middle East.
Persons: Phil Noble, Milan Raj Tuladhar, Gopal Sharma, Sudipto Ganguly Organizations: Brigade, Catterick Garrison, REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Richmond, Britain, Nepal, Moscow, India, China, Russia, Ukraine, Kathmandu, Russian, South Korea, Malaysia, Lincoln
BENGALURU, Dec 5 (Reuters) - India will remain the fastest-growing major economy for at least the next three years, setting it on course to become the world's third-largest economy by 2030, S&P Global Ratings said in a report. S&P expects India, currently the world's fifth-largest economy, to grow at 6.4% this fiscal and estimates growth will pick up to 7% by fiscal 2027. However, S&P, which had raised its forecast even before the latest data, said India's growth will depend on its successful transition to a manufacturing-dominated economy from a services-dominated one. "A paramount test will be whether India can become the next big global manufacturing hub, an immense opportunity," S&P said in its Global Credit Outlook 2024 report, dated Dec. 4. India has one of the youngest working populations in the world, with nearly 53% of its citizens under the age of 30.
Persons: Narendra Modi's, Nandan Mandayam, Savio D'Souza Organizations: India, Global, Thomson Locations: BENGALURU, India, Bengaluru
Given its massive surge in popularity, the page about OpenAI’s virtual chatbot ChatGPT was the most viewed page on Wikipedia this year, amassing more than 49.4 million page views. The Wikipedia entry about the series drew more than 38 million page views. Virat Kohli of India bats during the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup India 2023 Final between India and Australia at Narendra Modi Stadium on November 19, 2023 in Ahmedabad, India. The page for the league itself received more than 32 million views and the 2023 season receiving more than 20 million views. Chris Pizzello/APThe Oppenheimer film received more than 28 million page views, the page about real-life physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer himself received 25.6 million views while the Barbie film received 18 million.
Persons: New York CNN —, ChatGPT, , Anusha Alikhan, Alikhan, It’s, “ Oppenheimer, Virat Kohli, Narendra Modi, Gareth Copley, Jawan, Pathaan ”, Barbie ”, ” Barbie, Oppenheimer, Chris Pizzello, J, Robert Oppenheimer, Taylor Swift, Elon Musk, Lionel Messi, Andrew Tate, misogynist influencer, Tate, Barbie, Cristiano Ronaldo, Matthew Perry, Lisa Marie Presley Organizations: New, New York CNN, New York CNN — Wikipedia’s, Wikimedia Foundation, CNN, Indian Premier League, Cricket, , United Nations, Internet, Mobile Association of India, eventual, Australia, ICC Men's Cricket, Narendra, Getty, Men’s Cricket, Warner Bros, Los Feliz Theatre, Major League Soccer, Inter Miami, Premier League Locations: New York, ” India, India, United States, United Kingdom, China, Australia, Ahmedabad, Wikipedia’s, Los Angeles, Gaza, Ukraine, Hamas, Israel, Romania, ChatGPT, Water
The first option in the draft is listed as "an orderly and just phase-out of fossil fuels". The second option calls for "accelerating efforts towards phasing out unabated fossil fuels". "I don't think we're going to leave Dubai without some clear language and some clear direction on shifting away from fossil fuels," he added. China's fossil fuel emissions rose after it lifted COVID-19 restrictions, while India's rise was a result of power demand growing faster than its renewable energy capacity, leaving fossil fuels to make up the shortfall. "Leaders meeting at COP28 will have to agree rapid cuts in fossil fuel emissions even to keep the 2C target alive," he said.
Persons: Stephane Mahe, Jean Paul Prates, Patrick Pouyanne, Jennifer Morgan, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, David Waskow, Exeter, Pierre Friedlingstein, Kate Abnett, William James, Valerie Volcovici, Elizabeth Piper, Katy Daigle Organizations: REUTERS, Petrobras, European, Oxford University, Saudi Arabia's Energy, Bloomberg, World Resources, University of Exeter, Reuters, Thomson Locations: France, Montoir, Bretagne, Saint, Nazaire, DUBAI, COP28, Brazil's, United States, European Union, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Dubai, India, China, Paris
[1/2] Apple iPhones are seen inside India's first Apple retail store during a media preview, a day ahead of its launch in Mumbai, India, April 17, 2023. While all manufacturers including Samsung (005930.KS) have agreed to India's plan, Apple is pushing back. Apple, whose India lobbying efforts are being reported for the first time, and India's IT ministry, did not respond to Reuters requests for comment. Renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has estimated 12-14% of iPhone production in 2023 will be from India, with the number set to rise to as much as 25% next year. In terms of market share, Apple accounts for 6% of India's booming smartphone market, compared with just about 2% four years ago.
Persons: Francis Mascarenhas, Apple, Narendra Modi, Ming, Chi Kuo, Prabhu Ram, Aditya Kalra, Susan Fenton Organizations: Apple, REUTERS, DELHI, European Union, Samsung, India's, Reuters, IT, Research, Indian, Consumers, Industry Intelligence, CyberMedia, Thomson Locations: Mumbai, India, New Delhi, U.S, KS, EU, PLI, China
New data from a major Apple supplier and Wall Street analysts pushed back against bearish calls around softening demand for the tech giant's devices and services. Bank of America analysts, meanwhile, said Tuesday that Apple's App Store revenue continued to increase last month. App Store sales in China rose 8% year-over-year in November, according to BofA, after experiencing 10% year-over-year growth in October. Overall, BofA said App Store revenue surged 11.3% year-over-year in Apple's fiscal 2024 first quarter to date, or about 61 days in. A man check his phone near an Apple logo outside its store in Shanghai, China September 13, 2023.
Persons: bearish, Foxconn, Apple's, Jim Cramer, Jim, That's, BofA, we've, Jim Cramer's, Aly Song Organizations: Wall Street, Apple . Bank of America, Apple, Wall, Bank of America, U.S, CNBC Locations: China, BofA, Beijing, Apple's, India, Shanghai
CNN —The propulsion module that powered India’s spacecraft to a historic moon landing just transitioned back into Earth’s orbit, according to the country’s space agency. The propulsion module had more fuel left over than the Indian Space Research Organization, or ISRO, had expected. The initial plan was to operate the SHAPE experiment for about three months, while the propulsion module continued whirring through lunar orbit. But because the rocket that launched the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft delivered it to such a precise orbit, the propulsion module was left with more propellant than expected. (The trial did not, however, attempt to get back into lunar orbit or reconnect with the propulsion module.
Persons: Organizations: CNN, Indian Space Research Organization, ISRO, Soviet Union, GEO Locations: India, United States, China
Li Lu, the "Chinese Warren Buffett," penned a tribute to his late mentor Charlie Munger. Li earned Munger's acclaim after he nearly quintupled Munger's $88 million investment in his fund. AdvertisementA hedge fund manager the late Charlie Munger once called the "Chinese Warren Buffett" has penned a glowing tribute to his mentor and friend, likening Munger to "an enlightened sage." Li penned a tribute to his late mentor in a Facebook post published on Friday. AdvertisementThe feelings between Li and Munger appear to be mutual, with Munger once saying that Li would become one of Berkshire Hathaway's top investment chiefs.
Persons: Li Lu, Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Li, Munger, , it's Organizations: Service, Berkshire Hathaway's, Wall Street, Business Insider Locations: Himalaya, Munger, Thailand, Charlie, China, India, Berkshire
(Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) (Photo by ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images)Most Asia-Pacific markets were set to fall ahead of a slew of economic data from across the region. South Korea's overall inflation rate in November fell to 3.3%, compared with 3.7% expected by a Reuters poll. The inflation rate for Japan's capital, Tokyo, came in at 2.6%, down from the 3.3% in October. Tokyo's inflation figures are widely considered to be a leading indicator of national trends. Caixin and S&P Global will also release China's service purchasing managers' index today, while private PMI readings will also be out from Hong Kong and India.
Persons: Ed JONES, ED JONES Organizations: Getty, P Global Locations: Seoul, AFP, Asia, Pacific, South, Tokyo, Hong Kong, India
At least 118 countries at the COP28 climate summit in Dubai have backed a pledge to improve energy efficiency rates by 4% each year until 2030. In its simplest form, energy efficiency can simply mean using appliances, technology, or electronics that are designed to consume less energy, such as heat pumps or LED lighting. Industries worldwide could save $437 billion per year by 2030 with improved energy efficiency, according to an October 2023 industry collective report by the Energy Efficiency Movement. As a result, energy efficiency improved globally this year by about 1.3% compared with last year, slower than the 2% improvement posted in 2022 due largely to rising energy demand, the IEA's annual Energy Efficiency report said. In the U.S., energy efficiency is beating the global average efficiency improvement rate this year at 4%, with $86 billion allocated for the goal under the Inflation Reduction Act.
Persons: Andrew Boyers, Larissa Gross, Sofie Irgens, Nick Eyre, Gloria Dickie, Katy Daigle, Jan Harvey Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, International Energy Agency, BE, European Union, Industries, Energy, U.S . Department of Energy, IEA, Oxford University, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Watchfield, Swindon, Britain, Dubai, leakages, India, Africa, U.S, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands
CNN —The decade between 2011 and 2020 was the hottest on record for the planet’s land and oceans as the rate of climate change “surged alarmingly,” according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization. This year is also expected to be the hottest year, after six straight months of record global temperatures. Scientists have said this year’s exceptional warmth is the result of the combined effects of El Niño and human-caused climate change, which is driven by planet-warming fossil fuel pollution. A separate analysis released Monday by the Global Carbon Project found that carbon pollution from fossil fuels is on track to set a new record in 2023 – 1.1% higher than 2022 levels. The WMO report comes partway through the UN-backed COP28 climate summit, on the day focused on energy and industry.
Persons: El, Petteri Taalas, ” Elena Manaenkova, Anupam Nath, , ” Taalas, , Pierre Friedlingstein, Amy Cassidy Organizations: CNN, World Meteorological Organization, Global, Project, WMO, UN, EU, Copernicus, DG DEFIS, Reuters, El Niño, University of Exeter’s Global Systems Institute Locations: Dubai, India, China, US, EU, Mayong, Gauhati, Assam, Greater London, Antarctica, Paris, El, COP28
Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Dr. Jason Westin regularly witnesses the power of lifesaving cancer drugs. But because generic cancer drugs are often in shortage in the United States, he says, he and his patients have been put in a terrible position. Makers of generic drugs don’t have to share information about the supply chain, so buyers currently choose based only on price. Hernandez told the Senate committee that of the top 50 generic drugs paid for by Medicare Part D, 16 were marked up 1,000% or higher. Until there is some kind of legislation that addresses drug shortages, Wosińska and the other experts agreed, they will continue.
Persons: Jason Westin, ” Westin, that’s, they’d, Sen, Marsha Blackburn, Mike Crapo, Generics, ” Crapo, , , Crapo, Inmaculada Hernandez, ” Hernandez, Dr, Marta E, it’s, ” Wosińska, Ron Wyden, ” Wyden, Hernandez, Sanjay Gupta Organizations: CNN, Anderson Cancer Center, US, Finance, Vanderbilt, Tennessee Republican, Food and Drug Administration, Westin, Skaggs School of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California, Centers, Medicare, Medicaid Services, Brookings Institution, CNN Health Locations: M.D, Houston, United States, Nashville, Idaho, China, India, San Diego, Oregon, generics
LONDON (AP) — You won’t see Tom Hanks on one of those space tourism flights that whisk celebrities and millionaires on a suborbital jaunt for a few hours. “I think I’d need a little bit longer in paradise.”Going to the moon is another matter – and the subject of “The Moonwalkers,” an immersive documentary co-written and narrated by Hanks. Political Cartoons View All 1277 ImagesVisitors sit on benches surrounded by imagery as the 50-minute film brings NASA’s Apollo space missions to life. His performance as Jim Lovell, commander of a space mission in jeopardy, in “Apollo 13” helped revive popular interest in the Apollo program in the 1990s. What hooked Hanks on space was not so much the cutting-edge science as the human drama.
Persons: Tom Hanks, ” Hanks, , Hanks, Artemis, , Christopher Riley, John F, Kennedy, Jim Lovell, he’d, John Wayne, Jason, humanity’s, Reid Wiseman, Victor Glover, Christina Koch, Jeremy Hansen, Glover, “ It’s, ” Koch Organizations: Associated Press, Argonauts, Artemis, Kennedy Space Center Locations: London, British, China, India
Charlie Scharf, CEO, Wells Fargo, speaks at the 2023 Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., May 2, 2023. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsNEW YORK, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Wells Fargo (WFC.N) CEO Charlie Scharf told investors on Tuesday he expects to book higher-than-anticipated severance expenses between $750 million to a little less than $1 billion in the fourth quarter. The bank has reduced its workforce since the third quarter of 2020 and it stood at 227,363 at the end of third quarter of this year. Wells Fargo set aside $359 million for potential credit losses on office real estate in the third quarter, bringing total allowances to $2.6 billion for the first nine months of 2023. Wells Fargo has reduced its origination in auto loans and has also been reducing the size of its mortgage servicing portfolio.
Persons: Charlie Scharf, Wells, Mike Blake, Scharf, Goldman Sachs, " Scharf, Wells Fargo, Nupur Anand, Lananh Nguyen, Chizu Organizations: Milken, Global Conference, REUTERS, San, . Financial Services Conference, U.S, Thomson Locations: Wells Fargo, Beverly Hills , California, U.S, San Francisco, Wells
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCredit demand in India's banking system remains healthy, Goldman Sachs saysRahul Jain, co-head of Asia financial research at Goldman Sachs, says its strategy team is overweight on Indian banks.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Rahul Jain Locations: Asia
AI defined 2023. Bullets and ballots will shape 2024
  + stars: | 2023-12-04 | by ( Simon Robinson | )   time to read: +4 min
In that spirit, I asked OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard – two of the most popular generative AI tools – to do the job for me. It missed the war between Hamas and Israel. In 2024, expect more progress and more news on regulators scrambling to keep up. Next year will also be defined by bullets and ballots. Like many newsrooms, Reuters is experimenting with how AI can help us package, produce and deliver our journalism.
Persons: OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Bard –, ChatGPT, , , Bard, , Donald Trump, Narendra Modi, machismo, Claudia Sheinbaum, Vladimir Putin, Joseph Stalin’s, What’s, Taylor, Edward Tobin Organizations: United Nations, Gaza Health Ministry, Brussels –, Ukraine –, Washington, U.S, Mexico City, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Israel, Gaza, Ukrainian, Ukraine’s, Washington, Brussels, Moscow, Kyiv, Beijing, Taiwan, U.S, India, Mexico, United States
Total: 25