Julia Musto, Fox News

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Past articles by Julia:

E. coli strain linked to leafy greens associated with outbreaks, research led by CDC doctor says

A strain of E. coli associated with leafy greens has been a source of illness for years, according to an article published in a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention journal. → Read More

Researchers use artificial intelligence to help diagnose autism, study says

A group of international researchers is proposing the use of artificial intelligence technology to help diagnose autism spectrum disorder in a recent article. → Read More

Rhode Island woman dies after infection with tick-borne disease

Health officials said a senior Rhode Island woman is dead after contracting a case of the Powassan virus. The rare disease is spread through the bite of an infected tick. → Read More

AI humanoid robots hold UN press conference, say they could be more efficient and effective world leaders

A group of artificial intelligence-enabled humanoid robots told reporters at a Geneva summit that they could be more efficient leaders than humans and that they wouldn't replace jobs. → Read More

OpenAI co-founder warns 'superintelligent' AI must be controlled to prevent possible human extinction

An OpenAI co-founder warned in a Tuesday blog post that superintelligence has the potential to lead to human extinction if not controlled or steered away from "going rogue." → Read More

VA researchers working on artificial intelligence that can predict prostate cancer

A new Department of Veterans Affairs study is working on the development of an artificial intelligence algorithm that can predict aggressive prostate cancer. → Read More

UN council will hold AI meeting on risks to international peace, security

U.K. Ambassador Barbara Woodward announced Monday that the U.N. Security Council is holding its first-ever meeting on the potential risks AI poses to peace. → Read More

NYC invaded by winged aphids amid Canadian wildfire smoke, experts say

New York City has been inundated with smoke from Canadian wildfires and mysterious swarms of insects. Experts tell multiple outlets that the insects are winged aphids. → Read More

Defense Department needs widespread AI acquisition guidance, government report says

The U.S. Government Accountability Office issued several recommendations to the Department of Defense last month regarding how its components should approach acquiring AI. → Read More

The full buck moon will rise next month: What to know

The next full moon, called the full buck moon, will rise at the beginning of July. The moon, the first full moon of the summer season, will appear full in the sky for up to three days. → Read More

OpenAI, Microsoft face class-action suit over internet data use for AI models

A class-action complaint filed Wednesday alleges artificial intelligence leaders OpenAI and Microsoft used "stolen" information from internet users without consent to develop products. → Read More

James Webb Space Telescope detects new carbon compound in space for the first time

For the first time, a group of international scientists have used the James Webb Space Telescope to detect a new carbon compound in space. The carbon compound is known as methyl cation. → Read More

Biden has sleep apnea: What is it?

President Biden is one of millions of Americans with sleep apnea, using a CPAP machine to improve his sleep. The health condition is believed to impact around 30 million in the U.S. → Read More

New York doctors use artificial intelligence to better detect breast cancer

Artificial intelligence is advancing the fight against breast cancer, with doctors using it to more rapidly and accurately detect the disease and reduce biopsies. → Read More

NASA captures Mars in stunning ultraviolet light

NASA has shared stunning views of Mars in ultraviolet wavelengths. The images of the red planet were taken by an instrument on its MAVEN spacecraft, which launched in November 2013. → Read More

First US malaria cases diagnosed in decades: What to know about the disease

Four malaria cases were recently confirmed in Florida, prompting a statewide illness advisory. One was also reported in Texas. Here is what to know about malaria. → Read More

Severe weather leaves more than 175K without power in southern, eastern regions

Severe weather, including tornadoes and thunderstorms, left more than 175,000 customers without power on Tuesday morning, and impacted flights at major travel hubs. → Read More

North Carolina earthquakes indicative of active fault: report

The latest in a series of North Carolina earthquakes struck on Friday, with the magnitude 2.1 tremor shaking the town of West Canton. Geologists reportedly say a fault is now active. → Read More

West Nile virus cases, positive samples detected across the country

U.S. health officials are reporting cases and positive samples of the West Nile virus, including in an older adult in Iowa. The virus is spread primarily through mosquito bites. → Read More

Biden says artificial intelligence scientists worried about tech overtaking human thinking and planning

President Biden told U.S. Air Force Academy graduation attendees Thursday that scientists are warning about the dangerous abilities of artificial intelligence. → Read More