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Sophie Ndaba Finds Love Again After Three Divorces

Former Generations actress Sophie Ndaba appears to have found love once more after three divorces from Themba Ndaba, Bishop Harrington, and Max Lichaba.

According to reports, Sophie is said to be in a relationship with a Nigerian pastor known as Allen.

Sophie and Allen are rumored to have been together for nearly a year, and their bond is strong. Sources suggest that their connection was love at first sight, and they share a deep spiritual connection.

While they haven’t officially confirmed their relationship publicly, Sophie Ndaba and Allen have been seen attending events together. According to an anonymous source, they have a strong spiritual connection and often pray and discuss matters of faith together.

In unrelated news, Shepherd Bushiri recently shared the tragic news of the shooting death of Apostle Eric Bhuka, one of their ECG Pastors in South Africa, who was killed while praying at a prayer mountain. Bushiri expressed his grief and celebrated Apostle Eric’s contributions to preaching the message of Jesus Christ.

EU lawmaker Benifei urges the bloc’s countries to compromise on AI rules

Brando Benifei, a European Union lawmaker leading negotiations on artificial intelligence (AI) rules, has called on EU countries to compromise on key issues to reach an agreement with the bloc’s executive by the end of the year.

The negotiations aim to establish rules for AI, covering various aspects of its use, including biometric surveillance and copyrighted material used by AI systems like ChatGPT.

The primary issues of contention include biometric surveillance and copyrighted material:

  1. Biometric Surveillance: Lawmakers are pushing for a ban on AI use in biometric surveillance, but some EU countries, led by France, want exceptions for national security, defense, and military purposes. Finding common ground on this issue is a challenge.
  2. Copyrighted Material: Lawmakers are advocating for AI legislation to cover copyrighted material used by AI systems like ChatGPT. However, EU countries argue that the existing copyright rules in the EU offer sufficient protection in this regard.

Benifei emphasized the need for flexibility among EU countries to enable an agreement with lawmakers by the end of the year. He believes that a united Europe in technology is essential for competitiveness, and the AI regulation represents a significant test in this regard.

While there is optimism that an agreement can be reached on a final text, sensitive issues like biometric surveillance could be challenging to resolve. Spain, which holds the EU presidency, is eager for an agreement before its mandate ends on December 31, and discussions on copyright fees are ongoing.

The negotiations highlight the complexities and nuances involved in regulating AI, as lawmakers seek to strike a balance between fostering innovation and protecting rights and values.

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