A multinational company has been defrauded of nearly $26 million in a scam based on "deepfake" technology, which creates videos using artificial intelligence, Hong Kong police announced today.
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Nuno Freitas, from the Madeira Beer Company (ECM), addressed the 'Implementation of the Circular Economy' at a seminar titled 'Circular Madeira, Circular Models, and Strategies in Companies' at the Madeira Electricity Museum.
Ivo Martins, researcher at the Centre for Chemistry of Madeira (CQM) won the award for best oral communication at the international congress 'Molecules 4 Life,' with his work entitled 'Synthesis of carbon points using dendrimers as co-precursors.'
Artificial intelligence brings opportunities in areas such as education and democracy, but it carries risks, so it is necessary to advance in the regulation of this matter, defended experts who participated in a conference on the subject.
According to the Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA), two earthquakes were recorded within two hours of each other.
The effects of marine heatwaves are more intense between 50 and 250 metres than in the most superficial waters, concluded researchers from the University of Algarve, warning that this poses a greater risk to biodiversity.
A 3.1 magnitude earthquake was recorded at 11:57 this morning off the northeast coast of Porto Santo
The Ministry of Health (mainland Portugal) has decided to include the Covid-19 booster vaccination in the new flu vaccination season, which should begin in the second half of September.
According to the Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA), a 3.9 magnitude earthquake was recorded at the Madeira-Tore yesterday at 23:27.
According to a report issued by NASA, July 2023 was the warmest on record. Furthermore, the whole year so far has been the warmest ever recorded, and it is predicted that temperatures are set to rise in 2024.
Millions of cats around the world live as strays, often in bad conditions. It is important to sterilize the animals, but that takes a lot of effort. A new study shows that there might be an easier way. The usual option is to sterilize the strays via a small operation,…
"One of Madeira's strategic priorities is renewable energies and our future is water" stated the President of Madeira earlier today. "As such 50% of our electricity should come from renewable energies and the timescale is 2025."
A recent scientific report shows that a deadly tick-bourne disease found in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and the Balkans could spread across Europe as climate change affects migratory patterns of animals carrying disease ridden ticks, while changes in weather patterns across Europe, are not creating longer and drier summers.