Thursday, July 25, 2024
25.5 C
Los Angeles

How to assess a general-purpose AI model’s reliability before it’s deployed | MIT News

Foundation models are massive deep-learning models that...

El Salvador: Rights Violations Against Children in ‘State of Emergency’

El Salvador’s state of emergency, declared in...

Vietnam: New decree on cashless payments

On 15 May 2024, the Government officially...

U.S. Delegation Travels to Bosnia and Herzegovina to Commemorate Srebrenica Genocide and Promote Peace and Tolerance

Human RightsU.S. Delegation Travels to Bosnia and Herzegovina to Commemorate Srebrenica Genocide and Promote Peace and Tolerance

Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom Rashad Hussain, Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism Deborah Lipstadt, and Special Representative for Racial Equity and Justice Desirée Cormier Smith are traveling to Bosnia and Herzegovina from July 9–13. On July 11, the delegation will travel to Srebrenica to honor those who lost their lives in 1995. They will join U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Michael J. Murphy to participate in the ceremony commemorating the 28th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.

In Sarajevo, they will meet with religious actors, civil society, and youth to discuss building tolerance around religion or belief and combatting systemic racism, discrimination, violence, and xenophobia to promote peace and prosperity for all.

For further information, please contact the Office of International of Religious Freedom at IRFPress@state.gov, and follow @IRF_Ambassador, @StateSEAS, @US_SRREJ, and @USEmbassySJJ for trip updates.

Story from www.state.gov

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are independent views solely of the author(s) expressed in their private capacity.

Check out our other content

Ad


Check out other tags:

Most Popular Articles