A new "Black Jack" game with generative AI How far is the creativity of AI?
"Black Jack" is one of the masterpieces of manga artist Osamu Tezuka. A project to create a new work using generation AI has started. How far can rapidly evolving AI come close to human creativity?
“Open AI” CEO Sam Altman Explores Business with President Masayoshi Son
Sam Altman, CEO of the American company `` Open AI '' that developed the interactive AI `` ChatGPT '', came to Japan, met with President Masayoshi Son of the Softbank Group, and revealed that they are jointly exploring business .
NHK public opinion poll for each party's approval rating
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Kishida Cabinet "Support" 43%, "Disagree" 37% Public Opinion Survey
According to an NHK poll, 43% of people said they supported the Kishida Cabinet, down 3 points from last month's survey, while 37% said they did not support it, up 6 points. %was.
[Commentary] Start of reverse offensive in Ukraine?
In Ukraine, a dam burst caused massive flooding. Rescue operations are continuing, but people who were evacuated were also shelled, resulting in injuries. Under these circumstances, attacks by the Ukrainian military have become more active in the eastern and southern parts of the country, and there is a view that a full-scale reversal offensive is underway. (The content was broadcast on News Watch 9 on June 9.)
Kyoto Hozu River Ride The whole story of the overturning accident taken by a passenger with a smartphone
In March of this year, a boat carrying tourists on the Hozugawa River capsized in Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture, killing two boatmen. We announced recurrence prevention measures such as safety measures to prevent it. We will look back on the video taken by the passengers of the overturned boat to find out why the accident happened. (Kyoto Broadcasting Station Reporter Tamon Fujii)
Former Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi dies at 86 local media
According to local media, former Prime Minister Berlusconi, who served as prime minister in Italy for more than nine years and was also called the "media king", died at the hospital on the 12th. he was 86 years old.
Johnny's problem special team holds an interview "Verify by staying close to the victim"
A special team of external experts held a press conference to explain future investigation policies and activities in response to a series of complaints about sexual assault by the former president from former Johnny & Associates talents. Did.
Suspect arrested in Kawasaki watch shop robbery case Fellow escaped "I don't know"
A 26-year-old suspect who was arrested in a robbery case in which two men broke into a watch store near Kawasaki Station in Kanagawa Prefecture on the 11th said, "I don't know," when asked about his associates. As a result, the police are investigating the whereabouts of the person who escaped from the security camera footage.
Japan national team start training camp in Chiba for Rugby World Cup France
In preparation for the Rugby World Cup in France, which will start in September this year, the Japanese national team and candidates for the national team have started their training camp in Chiba Prefecture in earnest today.
US Tony Award 2 actors announced as "non-binary" win for the first time
The Tony Award ceremony, which is considered the highest honor in the American theater world, was held in New York, USA on the 11th. Two 'Nonbinary' actors won. According to the American media, it is the first time that an actor who publicly announces "non-binary" has won the award.
Nara Governor Yamashita Suspends Budget Execution Centered on the Former Governor's "Important Project"
Governor Yamashita of Nara Prefecture, who took office in May and is reviewing the prefecture's large-scale projects, has announced that all or part of the budget will be suspended for 15 items, centering on the former governor's "important projects." Did.
Le Mans 24-hour race Toyota misses 6th consecutive win with 2 cars
The 24 Hours of Le Mans, a traditional French automobile endurance race, reached the finish line on the 11th, and Toyota, which entered the race with two cars, missed out on its sixth straight victory.
Up to the 72nd floor above the ground ... Skyscraper "climbing man" detained by police Seoul
In Seoul, South Korea, a British man climbed the outer wall of a skyscraper to the 72nd floor with his bare hands and was detained by police. Local media reported that the purpose was to jump off the building using a parachute.
Line Securities to transfer major businesses such as stock trading to Nomura Securities
It turned out that LINE Securities, which is jointly invested by LINE and Nomura Holdings, has decided to transfer its main business such as stock trading to Nomura Securities. The two companies are expected to make an announcement soon, according to people familiar with the matter. Regarding LINE Securities, Z Holdings, the parent company of LINE under the umbrella of Softbank, was considering downsizing the business as part of the restructuring of the group.
Former Prime Minister Abe shooting case Suspended pre-trial arrangement procedure Is it a dangerous item in the court?
According to people involved in the shooting of former Prime Minister Abe, Tetsuya Yamagami, who was indicted for murder and other crimes, is scheduled to hold a "pre-trial arrangement procedure" from 3:00 pm on the 12th to narrow down the issues in the trial. However, it has been discontinued. According to the Nara District Court, the court received a potentially dangerous item on the morning of the 12th, so the court and police are currently evacuating staff and visitors to confirm safety.
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress Attend the Japan Academy Prize Award Ceremony
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress attended the Japan Academy Prize Award Ceremony, which is given to researchers who have made outstanding achievements in the academic field.
Mie Kuwana 4 horses euthanized in the past 15 years
At least four horses have been euthanized in the past 15 years after breaking bones during the ritual, known as Ageuma Shinji, a traditional event held at Tado Taisha Shrine in Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture. was found to have been taken. Mie Prefecture plans to propose a review of the structure of the slope.
13 years ago High school student murdered former boy's trial Student's older brother gives opinion Kobe District Court
Thirteen years ago, at the trial of a former boy accused of murdering a second-year high school boy by stabbing him to death on the streets of Kobe, the older brother of the boy made a statement, saying, My family was killed and I was deeply hurt.
Defense equipment supply to Ukraine "Russia's claim is unjust" Chief Cabinet Secretary
Regarding Russia's concerns over the provision of defense equipment to Ukraine, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said that all of this incident was caused by Russia's invasion, and that the allegation of shifting responsibility is unacceptable. He made it clear that he objected.
Dangerous goods at Nara District Court?
According to the Nara District Court, on the morning of the 12th, the court and the police evacuated the staff and visitors to confirm the safety of the potentially dangerous items. At the front entrance of the court, many people who seemed to be staff and visitors came out, and some people had anxious expressions. At the Nara District Court, from 3:00 pm on the 12th, a ``pre-trial arrangement procedure'' will be held to narrow down the issues in the trial of Tetsuya Yamagami, who was indicted for murder and other crimes in the case where former Prime Minister Abe was shot. , the defendant himself is expected to attend.
[Updated as needed] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 12th)
Russia's military aggression against Ukraine continues. Fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces continues across Ukraine, forcing thousands of civilians to flee the country. We will keep you updated on the developments regarding the situation in Ukraine on the 12th (Japan time), such as the situation of the fighting and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan and Ukraine and Moscow, Russia)
Prime Minister Kishida apologizes for My Number trouble, works to abolish health insurance card
Prime Minister Kishida apologized at the House of Representatives Committee for Oversight of Settlement and Administration for the series of troubles and mistakes related to My Number. I have indicated that I will continue to work on it. On the other hand, he refused the dismissal of digital minister Kono requested by the opposition party.
President Zelensky: Hydropower plant dam collapse ICC begins investigation
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced that the International Criminal Court (ICC) is investigating the collapse of a hydroelectric dam in the southern province of Kherson.
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Confirmed 1 case of trouble viewing other people's pension information at the Local Employee Mutual Aid Association
According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, there was one case of a problem in which the local employees' mutual aid association, which manages pensions for local government employees, was able to view other people's pension information through Mynaportal, a website dedicated to My Number card holders. Announced.
Mikio Aoki, former chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party's House of Councilors, dies at the age of 89
Mikio Aoki, who had a great influence on the political world and served as chairman of the House of Councilors and chief cabinet secretary of the Liberal Democratic Party, died on the 11th. he was 89 years old.
Shohei Ohtani solid hit with 3 hits in 5 at bats, extending to consecutive game hits "8"
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Ohtani contributed to the victory by hitting three hits that lead to the score in the game against the Mariners.
``Hachi Cormorant Fishing'' Demonstration of fishing method to catch fish by letting sea cormorants swim freely Kyoto
In Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture, a tour of `` release cormorant fishing '' was held to catch fish without attaching a rope to the sea cormorants raised by artificial hatching.
Typhoon No. 3 Approaching the Izu Islands and Ogasawara Islands from tonight Be careful of strong winds
Typhoon No. 3 is expected to approach the Izu Islands and the Ogasawara Islands from the night of the 12th to the dawn of the 13th. As it approaches, strong winds may blow and the sea may become turbulent, so please be careful.
Deregulation of ``mixed cargo and passenger'' transporting passengers and luggage together by taxi etc.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism will relax regulations so that taxis and chartered buses can carry passengers and luggage together nationwide. Until now, it was limited to depopulated areas, but with the aging of residents and the shortage of drivers, the aim is to secure means of transportation and logistics.
Ukrainian army 'recaptures villages in the east' and emphasizes achievements.
On the 11th, the Ukrainian army, which is advancing a reversal offensive with the aim of recapturing territory, announced that it had recaptured a village in the eastern Donetsk region, emphasizing its achievements. Claiming that it was destroyed, it is believed that intense offense and defense are continuing.
3 people died in Mito house fire, unable to contact resident couple in their 80s and son
In the early morning of the 12th, there was a fire that burned down a house in Mito City, Ibaraki Prefecture, and three people were found dead from the burnt ruins. The police are confirming that they have lost contact with three people, a couple in their 80s and a son in their 50s, who live in this house.
Tennis French Open Djokovic wins the most wins in the four majors
Novak Djokovic of Serbia won the men's singles at the French Open in tennis, extending the number of victories in the four major tournaments to 23, making him the most single man.
First alternative landing at Kitakyushu Airport due to the "curfew" of Fukuoka Airport JAL
On the night of the 11th, a Japan Airlines flight from Haneda to Fukuoka was delayed due to engine failure, etc., and could not land within the operating hours of Fukuoka Airport, and landed at Kitakyushu Airport. It is the first time for an alternative landing at Kitakyushu Airport due to the end of operating hours at Fukuoka Airport.
"Brass Band Festival" held for the first time at Koshien, including "Magic Song"
The "Brass Band Festival" by the school's brass band club, which is attracting attention as a supporter of high school baseball, was held for the first time at Koshien Stadium, which will celebrate its 100th anniversary next year.