In this edition, we delve into:
- The imperative to eradicate hunger
- The notion of human authorship
Achieving a world without hunger requires political will, investment, and effective policies, according to the President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development. Despite technological advancements in food production, rising hunger numbers emphasize the need for bold political action, substantial investment in rural development, and support for small-scale agriculture.
Busani Bafana is a multiple award-winning correspondent based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, with over 10 years of experience, specializing in environmental and business journalism and online reporting.
The attempt to copyright an AI-generated image sparks a debate over human authorship. The court ruled against copyright, emphasizing that U.S. copyright law protects works of human creation, but questions arise regarding the extent of human involvement in AI-generated art, as humans provide prompts and guidance to these systems.
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