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Sam Bankman-Fried has been convicted of fraud and money-laundering by a New York court. The 31-year-old former billionaire, who founded the now-collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX, faces up to 110 years in prison. Elon Musk has told Rishi Sunak artificial intelligence will be “the most disruptive force in history”, and will one day remove the need for people to work. Speaking to the PM in London at the AI Safety Summit, the Tesla boss also said humanoid robots could become “real friends” to people, but would need a physical “off switch” in case they turned evil. The number of jellyfish seen in British waters increased by 32% over the past year, according to the Marine Conservation Society. The most commonly spotted were barrel jellyfish (known as the “dustbin-lid”), but warmer waters also tempted in crystal, compass and lion’s mane, and the odd Portuguese man o’ war.