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Every morning, FRANCE 24 speaks to a key business, social or cultural player, or a leading voice in the field of humanitarian action, sport or science. From Monday to Friday at 8.40 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2018-04-06

'More and more people are buying media art'

In this edition of "Perspective" we look at the role of artificial intelligence in art. Our guests Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau are media artists participating in a new exhibit at the Grand Palais museum in Paris entitled "Artists & Robots". Their "Portrait on the Fly" piece invites spectators to challenge notions of self-identity, technology and art. They tell us more about their cutting-edge work.

By Will HILDERBRANDT

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2018-06-15 cookery

Rose Bakery founder on the love affair between the English and teatime

Be it a moist Victoria sponge, a fruit crumble with custard or a scone dripping in jam and cream, English cakes and puddings have long made mouths water. Back in 2002, one woman...

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2018-06-14 football

'More women should be playing and watching football'

With all eyes on Russia as the World Cup kicks off, in Perspective we spoke to one of the leading lights of French women's football. After several seasons at Paris Saint-Germain...

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2018-06-13 Singapore summit

'When I first started going to North Korea it was much more isolated'

Katharina Zellweger, who lived in North Korea for five years and still visits regularly, gave us her take on the Singapore summit between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump. "I see...

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2018-06-11 strike

SNCF strike: 'Rail workers are defending their social rights'

For two days every week for the past three months, many trains across France have been delayed or cancelled, as staff from the state-run operator SNCF go on strike. Rail workers,...

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2018-06-08 food aid

WFP chief: Islamic State group 'uses food as a weapon of recruitment'

The World Food Programme is currently working with a budget shortfall of $3 billion. The funding crisis is so serious that the WFP has been forced to make a crude choice: who to...

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