The creative cousin of artificial intelligence is creating fake images for mainstream political ads, shutting down Hollywood and even writing poetry.
Talk about a snowball effect. What started last year as a bylaw infraction notice, issued by the City of London to a church and a street mission, has become a $25-million juggernaut that’s still gaining momentum. Its aim: to smash the city’s perpetual homelessness problem with a long-term, sustainable solution. The issue of homelessness in […]
The new South Bruce municipal council meetings have started and, as Willing to Listen wrote in a recent letter, mayor (Mark) Goetz spoke of the excitement of the group to promote unity. But wasn’t the meeting on Nov. 22 a pathetic showing? Sitting at the council table were the mayor and the three newly-elected councillors. […]
A few weeks ago, I flipped the light switch in our kitchen and found that one of the five mini floodlights above the counter had burned out. Fair enough, I thought. I hadn’t had to change any of those halogen bulbs since they were installed during a kitchen renovation about 12 years ago, but then […]
By Christine Roberts President Lynda Cerson welcomed over 20 members of the South Bruce branch of the Retired Women Teachers of Ontario/Organization des Enseignantes Retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) Oct. 20 at the Kinloss Community Centre for the fall meeting. The South Bruce branch has grown by four members this year. Shirley Bieman and Mary Kay […]
“Worry often gives a small thing a big shadow,” says a Swedish proverb. That may be true, but in these days of insecurity, those shadows are everywhere and bigger than ever.