The Daily Populous

Thursday May 18th, 2023 morning edition

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I’m giving the situation the benefit of the doubt and hopeful that she’ll be able to fulfill her duty, that’s what I care about.”.

Politico characterized those comments as Khanna “seem[ing] to slightly step away from his call” for Feinstein's resignation, though he did tell Politico he still thinks the senator should resign.

Wednesday — a day after reporters from Slate and the Los Angeles Times spoke with Feinstein, who reportedly told them, “I haven’t been gone; I’ve been working” — Khanna was more emphatic.

“I have a lot of respect for Senator Feinstein and I am wishing her the best in her return and recovery,” he wrote in an email to SFGATE.

“That being said, I stand by my call for her to resign.”.

Khanna declined to comment specifically on Feinstein's Tuesday incident with reporters, but it's not difficult to read between the lines.

Gone are any notes about him being “hopeful” about her recovery or her deserving “the benefit of the doubt.”. »

Elizabeth Holmes must report to prison by May 30

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Elizabeth Holmes must report to prison by May 30, a judge said on Wednesday, after her last-minute bid to avoid starting her sentence was denied by an appellate court a day earlier.

Holmes was previously ordered to begin her sentence on April 27.

He reported to prison last month to begin serving out his nearly 13-year sentence, after losing a last-minute appeal similar to Holmes. »

Professor Flunks All His Students After ChatGPT Falsely Claims It Wrote Their Papers

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He offered the class a makeup assignment to avoid the failing grade — which could otherwise, in theory, threaten their graduation status.

The bot isn’t made to detect material composed by AI — or even material produced by itself — and is known to sometimes emit damaging misinformation.

With very little prodding, ChatGPT will even claim to have written passages from famous novels such as Crime and Punishment. »

Archaeologists Digging Along a Train Route in Mexico Have Found an Extremely Rare Statue of a Maya Deity

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Archaeologists excavating construction sites along the new Maya Train route in Mexico have found a rare statue of the Mayan god K’awiil.

“This finding is very important because there are few sculptural representations of the god K’awiil so far.

It has not been without its critics who say it is disruptive to the local environment, culture, and communities. »