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City of Ottawa family accepts dog from Korean dog meat farm

Marcus, a Jindo blend, was raised on a Korean dog farm before joining the Elmbrook Humane Society. Dorothy Crockett (left) and her husband, Jock Drummond, have officially adopted Marcus in February. (Dorothy Crockett did not have a dog for years, but Marcus had only a 2½-year-old Korean Jindo mix The city of Ottawa has been a volunteer with the Elmbrook …

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South Korean ex-president Lee Myung Bak is being charged with corruption, East Asia News & Top Stories

SEOUL (AFP) – Former South Korean President Lee Myung Bak was charged with corruption on Monday (April 9), becoming the country's youngest ex-leader to be held criminally responsible The CEO, "He was charged with bribery, abuse of power, embezzlement and tax evasion in 2008-2013," the prosecutor said. Few days after Lee's successor as President, Park Geun Hye, has been imprisoned …

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Another former South Korean leader charged with corruption

by Associated Press by Associated Press 9. April at 1:58 SEOUL, South Korea – South Korean prosecutors say they have charged former President Lee Myung-bak with bribery, embezzlement, and other charges. Lee's indictment came on Monday, three days after his successor Park Geun-hye was sentenced to a separate corruption scandal at 24 years in prison. Seoul Central Procuratorate Announced Monday …

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Korean scientists have created remote-controlled mice

<img class = "aligncenter" src = "http://sivtimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/f74680d340ea8fae730d01f62cd1b9a1.jpg" alt = "A group of researchers from Korea has shown how to use Neuroimplants used to control the behavior of the mouse: to force the animal to ignore the sexual and nutritive stimuli, to lose interest in the object or, conversely, to pursue it. In the brain of each mouse was one Embedded …

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Ex-S. The Korean leader Park gets a 24-year prison sentence

Supporters of former South Korean President Park Geun-hye hold a rally near Seoul County Court in Seoul on Friday, April 6, 2018 to demand their release. A South Korean court is about to adjudicate on disgraced former President Park on Friday, a year after she was forced out of office and arrested for an explosive corruption scandal involving assistants and …

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Park Geun-hye, the South Korean president, is sentenced to 24 years in prison

At the heart of the scandal that plunged Ms. Park's administration is the claim that she and Choi Soon-sil, a longtime friend and confidant, received large bribes from three large companies, including Samsung, the family's largest family business Country, collected or requested. controlled conglomerate. Separately, the two women were accused of causing 18 companies to donate $ 72 million to …

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South Korean university boycotted about "killer robot"

image copyright Getty Images Caption Next week, the campaign against killer robots will meet at the UN Leading AI experts have boycotted a South Korean university for partnering with weapons maker Hanwha Systems. More than 50 AI researchers from 30 countries have signed a letter expressing concern about their plans to develop artificial intelligence for weapons. In response, the university …

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Scientists call for a boycott of the South Korean university for fear of killer robots

"We therefore publicly declare that we will boycott all collaborations with any part of KAIST until the President of KAIST gives assurances that we have sought, but have not received, that the Center will not develop autonomous weapons to which the Human Control is missing "The statement said. The scientists added that autonomous weapons, when developed, will be a "third …

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Researchers boycott the Korean University about the "killer robot" AI weapons lab

The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) will soon open an Artificial Intelligence Weapons Laboratory in cooperation with Hanwha Systems, a defense company building cluster munitions despite the United Nations ban More than 50 AI and robot researchers from 30 countries have said this before a UN meeting on April 9 in Geneva to discuss the challenges of …

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