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Artificial intelligence allows machines to perform tasks and solve problems previously reserved for humans. But above all, it can learn by analyzing the millions of data available since the advent of digital technology and the Internet.
The protests in France have been marked by violent clashes between demonstrators and the police. Now the mobilization of students comes along that of workers and green activists as they all denounce increasing police repression.
From a simple customs check to the robbery of ancient palaces of Abyssinia in Iraq, a large-scale illegal antiques trade has been uncovered, with artefacts ending up at museums such as the Louvre.
For defying Iran's government, hundreds of people have been sentenced to death. Secret and expeditious procedures make the task of those who want to defend the convicts extremely difficult. Still, a brave few are speaking out against the regime and campaigning for civil liberties.
Crack is now easier and cheaper to obtain than ever, and Switzerland is seeing a growth in the number of addicts, with social workers and addiction centres struggling to cope.
The massacre at Bucha is one of the most shocking events of the war in Ukraine; over 450 civilians were killed by Russian forces, and nine months on, the families of those affected are still haunted by the brutality.
In the Ukrainian city of Kherson, recently liberated by Ukrainian forces, joy has given way to anxiety. The Russian army may have retreated, but residents now confront a freezing winter and damaged infrastructure.
With undocumented workers having difficulties accessing health care, a unique medical centre in Geneva, CAMSCO, supports the poorest in society, free from judgement.