Private sector in US to direct USD 8 billion in funds to tackle hunger

Private sector in US to direct USD 8 billion in funds to tackle hunger
United States President Joe Biden has reportedly announced that the countrys private sector would direct a sum of USD 8 billion in order to fight the hunger crisis across the country. The pledge was reportedly a part of a White House Summit focused on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health, the first one to be held after a span of nearly 53 years. Notably, Biden plans to end hunger and mitigate the prevalence of diet-related diseases in many Americans b

EU outlines new rules to facilitate suing drone makers & AI systems

EU outlines new rules to facilitate suing drone makers & AI systems
The European Union (EU) has reportedly drafted a new set of rules that will aid companies and individuals to sue products with artificial intelligence (AI) systems like drone makers, robots, etc. in the event of suffering any harm from them. The AI Liability Directive, which is slated to be announced by the European Commission on Wednesday i.e., 28th September would focus on tapping into the escalating prevalence of AI-enabled products and servi

Joe Biden claims that US will protect Taiwan if Chinese forces attack

Joe Biden claims that US will protect Taiwan if Chinese forces attack
Amid the ongoing tiff between China and Taiwan US President Joe Biden has announced that US forces would be ready to defend Taiwan in the event of a Chinese invasion, in a sensational statement that is bound to gather flak from Beijing. Following his stance, the White House reiterated that based on President’s claims none of the country’s policies toward Taiwan had been changed. It is reportedly the first time the Biden and his gove

U.S. Senate takes SEC’s Gensler case over crypto verdict, climate risks

U.S. Senate takes SEC’s Gensler case over crypto verdict, climate risks
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairperson Gary Gensler reportedly justified his organization's stance on cryptocurrencies and its drive to include climate risks in public company statements, Before the U.S. Senate Banking Committee. Although Gensler testified before the panel as part of its routine oversight responsibilities, Republicans are currently upset with his agenda. They contend that he has overstepped his bounds by l