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Former President Donald J. Trump has soundly defeated former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley in Michigan’s Feb. 27 Republican presidential primary, notching his sixth-straight primary victory as he marches towards the GOP nomination.
The Associated Press called the race for Trump right after the last polls closed at 9 p.m. ET.
The result is another blow to Ms. Haley, coming days after a double-digit defeat in her home state of South Carolina. Despite this, she has vowed to stay on through Super Tuesday on March 5, when numerous delegate-heavy states will hold their primaries.
The fact that Google's Gemini AI is a complete woke mess comes as no surprise to anyone who's been paying attention.
Between Google's internal culture, and the fact that large language models (LLMs) are largely a reflection of their creators, Gemini is was the predictable digital poster-child for racist, anti-white, anti-conservative, historical revisionist culture - as opposed to the neutral purveyors of information they claim to be.
Mask-off, as they say.
In fact, we couldn't sum it up better than Mario Juric, director of the DiRAC Institute at the University of Washington, Seattle.
In a lengthy post on X, Juric says that despite known "many good individuals working there," he's "done with @Google".
Claire's Observations: As someone from a European background, unfortunately, I am someone Google hates with a furious passion; and the programmers who came up with this codswallop, have utterly not a clue as to who I am, or what I stand for, which is unfortunate in the extreme.
One year ago, Iger owned around a million shares, worth over $97.2 million. On last look, he owned less than 187,000 shares, a decline of about 844,00 or so shares. The value of the stake plunged around 80.2% to more than $19.2 million.
Astronomers have spied a galaxy so large and so old that it should not exist - at least according to our current understanding of how early galaxies formed.
The galaxy, dubbed ZF-UDS-7329, contains more stars than the Milky Way and appears to have formed about 13 billion years ago.
It was spotted with NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), a tool built to observe these types of ancient galaxies and peer back into the early ages of the universe.
What's remarkable about this is that a galaxy so big should not have been able to form so early in the universe because dark matter did not yet exist, meaning a galaxy this size should not have been supported 800 million years after the Big Bang.