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AI Is Coming for Mathematics, Too.

Artificial intelligence is increasingly being used to solve mathematical problems, from proving theorems to finding new patterns and structures. Some mathematicians welcome the new tools, while others worry about losing human creativity and intuition.

Ten dead, 38 wounded in three mass shootings ahead of US July 4 holiday.

Ten people were killed and 38 wounded in mass shootings in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Fort Worth ahead of the Independence Day weekend. The incidents highlight the ongoing problem of gun violence in the US, where more than 270 mass shootings have occurred this year.

Here is the latest Big Ten Conference sports news from The Associated Press.

The rapidly expanding landscape of nonprofit collectives paying college athletes to promote charities has been hit with a potentially seismic disruption. A 12-page memo from the Internal Revenue Service says such groups could be violating federal tax law and jeopardizing their tax-exempt status. The memo also raises questions about whether athletes are receiving taxable income from the deals.

4 killed, 2 injured in Philadelphia shooting, police say.

Four people were killed and two others were injured in a shooting at a home in Philadelphia on Sunday night, police said. The suspect, who had a semi-automatic rifle, a handgun, body armor and a police scanner, was arrested after a standoff with officers. The motive for the shooting is unknown.

Big Ten men’s basketball 2023-24 outlooks: Purdue.

Purdue is expected to be one of the top contenders in the Big Ten conference next season, with a deep and experienced roster led by All-American center Trevion Williams. The Boilermakers also have a strong recruiting class and a favorable schedule.

Ten years after Lac-Megantic rail disaster, fish not biting ‘like they used to.

Anglers in Quebec say they are catching fewer fish in the Chaudière River, which was contaminated by crude oil after a runaway train derailed and exploded in Lac-Megantic 10 years ago. Experts say the river’s ecosystem is still recovering from the environmental disaster that killed 47 people.

Putin reassures pro-Russian world leaders his grip on power remains strong.

Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted a summit of leaders from former Soviet states in Moscow, where he reaffirmed his support for Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. Putin also warned against foreign interference in the region’s affairs.

Saturn’s rings shine in new Webb telescope photo.

The James Webb Space Telescope, which launched on Saturday, has captured its first image of Saturn and its rings. The image shows the planet’s infrared glow and details of its atmosphere and weather. The telescope will use its powerful instruments to study the origins of the universe and search for signs of life on other worlds.

Malaria cases in the United States.

Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease that kills hundreds of thousands of people each year, mostly in Africa. But it can also affect travelers and immigrants who visit or come from malaria-endemic areas. Here are four things to know about malaria cases in the US, which have declined significantly over the past decade.

Cannibalism, or ‘Clickbait’ for Paleoanthropology?.

A recent study claimed to have found the “oldest decisive evidence” of cannibalism among ancient hominids in Spain. But some experts say the study is based on weak data and sensationalist interpretations. They argue that cannibalism is often overhyped in paleoanthropology, without considering alternative explanations or cultural contexts.

Instagram owner set to launch Twitter rival this week.

Facebook is reportedly launching a new app called Threads, which will allow users to share text, photos and videos with their close friends on Instagram. The app is seen as a direct competitor to Twitter, which has been struggling to grow its user base and revenue.

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