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Is There Such A Thing As A Prejudiced AI Algorithm?  In essence, algorithms are trained to mimic the human thought process, but what happens when that thought process is tarnished with preconceived opinions?
Opinion: Manchester is back where it belongs  Tim Heatley, co-founder of Capital & Centric on the city being named the most livable in the UK
What is Scientology, who was L. Ron Hubbard and what do Scientologists believe?  SCIENTOLOGY has frequently been in the media spotlight in recent years due to the secrecy around the religion and some seriously high-profile...
Dean Ambrose new look could explain shocking twist in store for WWE superstar post SummerSlam  The 'Lunatic Fringe' had been sidelined for nine months due to a serious triceps tendon injury but is back for SummerSlam
Should you be worried about a dog lick or bite?  Sometimes you can develop an infection from your dogs or cats.
Is the term 'junior doctor' patronising? Job title could be scrapped to avoid offending young medics  Health Education England have commissioned a study into the expression and its perceived effects on a person's...
Gorleston splashpad is reopened after maintenance work  The Gorleston splashpad has re-opened following maintenance work carried out at the week-old wet play area.
This is how much Cambridgeshire train fares could rise next year  Figures released today set the precedent for the coming year
'Adams family' crime boss tells court he can't afford to pay £50k fine  Former gangster Terry Adams, who was head of the Clerkenwell syndicate - also known as the Adams Family' - does not have the cash to settle a £50,000...
'Celebrity Big Brother': Stormy Daniels Is Doing Her Best To Try And Convince Everyone She Isn't On The Line-Up  Stormy Daniels may be strongly rumoured for the new series of‘Celebrity Big Brother’ , but she is doing her best...
Boat sinks in River Nile killing at least 22  At least 22 people, the majority of whom are students, are dead after a boat sank in the River Nile in Sudan.
Public services card no longer needed for driving theory test  ‘Significant’ cost implications from Road Safety Authority’s dropping of requirement
10 most dangerous cash machines locations revealed - the places you're most at risk when withdrawing money  How likely are you to be robbed or have money stolen when you visit an ATM depends on where you are. These are the most ...
Mum who paid 'exclusive' dating agency £12,600 to find rich boyfriend gets money back after court order  A top judge ordered Seventy Thirty Ltd return the fee to Tereza Burki, 47, after it was unable to find her 'possibly...
Financial Times boss returns pay rise after staff backlash  Union complained that John Ridding’s pay was 100 times that of a trainee journalist The chief executive of the Financial Times has returned a substantial part of his...
Taylor Swift Gave An Emotional Speech On The Anniversary Of Her Sexual Assault Trial Victory  "I am so grateful to you guys for being there for me during what was a really, really horrible part of my life," Taylor...
Volunteers sought for City Screen art show  YORK Mind is looking for volunteers for its Art Auction & Exhibition.
Girlfriend stays up worrying about "missing" partner then shames him after finding him snoozing on trampoline  David McCallum had decided he'd be better off outside after having a few too many beers, but his...
How Technology Is Improving Operational Efficiency -- And Our Health  As technology continues to evolve, many companies are taking advantage of the advanced data and analytics at their disposal. Orangetheory Fitness (OTF) is...
Nicki Minaj And Her Ex Boyfriend Just Had A SAVAGE Argument On Twitter And It's Messy AF  Receding hairlines, dick pics, and...Tyga? View Entire Post ›
Benefit cheat mum conned authorities out of £18,000 by failing to tell them she lived with her partner  Leigh Chantelle Dunn, 32, claimed the cash through housing benefits, working tax credits and child tax credits
Man given slim chance of survival after stabbing near to Sheffield park  A man stabbed near to a Sheffield park has been given a slim chance of survival, according to a worried relative.
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