'Chazz Palminteri received a deserved Oscar nomination as Cheech, and Mr. Cordero is just as good,' Times critic Ben Brantley wrote. 'It’s not that Cheech’s lines are any more outrageous than a lot of what the other cast members have to say. But unlike most of those others, Mr. Cordero never pushes for effect, even when he’s leading a homicidal dance number to Tain’t Nobody’s Biz-ness if I Do.' … [Read more...] about Broadway star Nick Cordero dies at 41 following 94 days in hospital battling COVID-19 and his heartbroken wife pays tribute: ‘God has another angel in heaven now’
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Technologies that revolutionized warfare AI: 'Third revolution in warfare' Over 100 AI experts have written to the UN asking them to ban lethal autonomous weapons — those that use AI to act independently without any human input. No "killer robots" currently exist, but advances in artificial intelligence have made them a real possibility. The experts said these weapons could be "the third revolution in warfare," after gunpowder and nuclear arms. … [Read more...] about How will Europe guarantee its security without the US?
When the novel coronavirus began spreading in Brazil, it was predominantly wealthy people who were affected. A Sao Paulo businessman who had recently returned from a trip to northern Italy was the country's first official case of COVID-19. Since then, the virus has spread rapidly across Latin American's most populous nation, infecting some 1.4 million people and killing more than 60,000. Brazil's poor, many of whom live in informal settlements, or favelas, are now feeling the brunt, too. … [Read more...] about Brazil’s favelas forced to fight coronavirus alone
Unlike some countries in East Asia and Europe, the US is still in the midst of its first wave of the virus. Experts point to the wildly divergent virus responses from state to state, as well as a politicization of health measures to curb the virus — including wearing face maskGermany: Former abattoir worker 'heard colleagues crying at night's and social distancing. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus latest: German meat industry to revamp amid outbreaks