What the newspapers say – May 19th


Concerns about the rise of AI lead the country’s newspapers at the end of the workweek.

The I The government is reportedly pushing for regulations to protect humanity from the potential dangers of artificial intelligence Daily Mail leads telecoms giant BT announcing plans to replace 10,000 workers with AI.

Let’s stick to politics The guard says the government has unveiled a series of new sanctions against Russia, including a ban on Russian diamonds and Russian-origin copper, aluminum and nickel.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/government-erling-haaland-daily-mail-metro-mirror-b1082229.html What the newspapers say – May 19th


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