[independent] Food prices have soared to a new record high as consumers continue to feel the pinch in the cost of living crisis, with ready meals and coffee becoming considerably more expensive.
[Sky News] For approximately 95% of the population, Saturday will be the first time they see a monarch crowned, and as the country watches history unfold either in person or on a screen, we’re here to guide you through the processions and pageantry. Over the coming days, this blog will be a hub for all the build up, from the grand to the unusual, the conventions and any controversies.
[independent] Geoffrey Hinton, known as the “godfather of AI”, has quit Google with a terrifying warning about the dangers the technology poses. Geoffrey Hinton worked at Google for more than a decade and developed technology that paved the way for current AI systems such as ChatGPT. But he had decided to quit the company so that he could sound the alarm about the dangers of artificial intelligence.
All the controversial guests at King Charles’ Coronation – former PM, Chinese deputy, wealthy sultan..
[Mirror] There will be 2,200 guests packed into Westminster Abbey on Saturday to see the Coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla – but it seems there are some surprising names on the guest list
[Sky News] In the blistering heat, armed cartel gunmen point us towards a rocky path where lofty mountains loom in the distance. The boss holsters a pistol and ushers us forward. “We have a one-hour walk,” he says, sternly.