EU Ambassador calls tension on Georgia’s occupation line “unacceptable”

EU Ambassador calls tension on Georgia’s occupation line “unacceptable”

The ambassador of the EU to Georgia called “unacceptable” on Friday (30 August) the tensions and confrontational language at the “border” between Georgia and its occupied territory of South Ossetia. Ambassador Carl Hartzell twitted that he expects that “all sides” would show maximum restraint and use their influence to ensure that the situation doesn’t escalate. At the same time, the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed concern over what it said were “provocations” of the Russia-sponsored occupation regime in South Ossetia, including mobilisation of military equipment and personnel. Following the…

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Policy of artificial intelligence in the financial markets

Policy of artificial intelligence in the financial markets

Technology is and has always been a crucial part of finance. From the first promissory notes (banknotes) in the Netherlands and China, there was a race with counterfeiters that parasitically undermined trust. As in political communication, technology is the message, rather than merely “a tool”: when it comes to money, trust is not just instrumental, it is fundamental. With cashless payments being the norm and social media platforms weαving an additional layer of involvement in our social data web – Amazon, Google, Facebook, Apple – Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already…

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