Gaza, Apple Intelligence, Hunter Biden: the nightly news

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The UN Security Council supports the Gaza truce plan. “For the first time since Israel’s bloody war against Hamas began eight months ago,” the UN Security Council put aside its divisions, and “finally” approved a ceasefire -immediate fire in Gaza, writing Al Jazeera. The vote on the U.S.-sponsored resolution took place Monday by a vote of 14-0, with Russia abstaining. “But many questions remain about the implementation of this plan”.

Apple teams up with OpenAI and launches Apple Intelligence, its new generative AI system. Apple “joined the arms race in artificial intelligence” (AI), presenting Apple Intelligence on Monday, in partnership with OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, reports the Wall Street Journal. This new AI system “offers a glimpse into what many consider the holy grail of AI, a voice assistant with enough personal information about the user to meaningfully help accomplish a range of tasks.”

United States: Jury retires to deliberate in Hunter Biden’s trial, verdict in sight. The jury in Hunter Biden’s trial retired behind closed doors Monday to deliberate, after an exhaustive inventory by prosecutors of the evidence they presented over the past week in hopes of proving that the president’s son American knowingly falsified a firearms application in 2018, relates the New York Times. The accused, who did not testify at his trial, pleaded not guilty.

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