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Real Estate Agents Utilizing ChatGPT AI Tool To Generate Listings

Real estate agents across the nation are utilizing ChatGPT, an AI chatbot tool that can generate detailed descriptions based on prompts given by the user.

Museum Of London Docklands Seeking Iconic Pieces Of Fashion For Show Spotlighting Jewish Designers

The Museum of London Docklands is making a public appeal to find various iconic pieces of fashion history to put in an upcoming exhibition spotlighting Jewish designers in history.

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Seven-Time Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton Recalls Racist Abuse In New Podcast

Lewis Hamilton, seven-time Formula One world champion, recently appeared in the On Purpose podcast where he discussed the racist abuse he suffered in school.

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China Gearing Up For Likely Covid-19 Surge As Travel For The Lunar New Year Begins

The Lunar New Year holidays, also referred to as the spring festival, officially begins on January 21st. Local media outlets have already been reporting massive spikes in Covid-related hospitalizations and deaths, along with supply and drug shortages to combat the spread.

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Ann Axtell Morris, One Of The US’s First Female Archaeologists, Gets Recognition In New Tom Felton Film

Tom Felton, known for his role as Draco Malfoy in Harry Potter, produces new film ‘Canyon Del Muerto,’ telling the epic story of Ann Axtell Morris, one of the US’s first female archeologists.

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The Top 1% Gained Twice As Much New Wealth As The Rest Of The World Within Two Years

Over the past two years, the world’s wealthiest individuals have acquired twice as much new wealth as the rest of the world, according to Oxfam’s annual inequality report.

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60,000 People Have Died In China From Covid-19 Since December

Around 60,000 individuals in China have died from Covid-19 since early December when the country abandoned its strict “zero Covid” policy. 

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Eurovision Chief Stands Behind Ongoing Russia Ban From International Song Contest

Eurovision’s executive supervisor Martin Österdahl, stated on a recent radio interview that while Russia’s ban from the international song contest has been difficult, it’s necessary as the event should “stand for the basic and ultimate values of democracy.”

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President Joe Biden Signs $1.7 Trillion Bill Leading Into 2023

President Joe Biden signed a $1.7 trillion spending bill this week that will keep the federal government in full operation, and allocate necessary funding to various sectors.

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New Study States Common Treatment For Arthritis May Accelerate Disease Progression

At a recent meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, the findings of two recent studies were presented, which stated that corticosteroid injections, a common treatment used for those with osteoarthritis, could actually accelerate the progression of the disease.