AI-mazing! 5 ways you can use artificial intelligence to make your life easier

AI-minn-hemm! 5 ways you can use artificial intelligence to make your life easier
May 2 2023 Share

Are you tired of struggling to keep up with the demands of modern life? Are you looking for ways to make your daily routine a little bit easier? Look no further! Here are 5 life hacks that you can use artificial intelligence prompts like ChatGPT for.

Meal Planning

If you’re tired of wondering what to cook for dinner every night and want to avoid ordering in AGAIN, ChatGPT can help. Simply give it a list of your favourite ingredients (or whatever is in your fridge) and it can suggest recipes that include those ingredients. You can even tell it your dietary restrictions and it will only suggest recipes that fit your needs, making the week’s meal plan easy AF.

Learning a New Language

Want to learn a new language but don’t have the time or money for expensive classes? DuoLingo step aside; ChatGPT can help you learn the basics! Simply ask it to teach you some basic phrases in the language you want to learn and it will provide you with examples and pronunciation tips.

Time Management

Do you find yourself constantly distracted and struggling to stay focused? ChatGPT can help you manage your time better! Ask it for productivity tips or schedule reminders to help keep you on track throughout the day.

Travel Planning

Planning a trip can be overwhelming, but ChatGPT can help you with everything from finding the best deals on flights and hotels to suggesting activities and restaurants in your destination city.


Taking care of yourself is important, but it can be hard to find the time. ChatGPT can suggest quick and easy self-care practices, like breathing exercises or stretching, to help you relax and recharge.

So there you have it! With ChatGPT’s help, you can simplify your life and tackle even the toughest challenges with ease. Give it a try today and see what other life hacks it can offer!

Send this to someone who isn’t using AI to their full potential!


Damage to and sanitary items from UOM’s Period Locker stolen

Damage to and sanitary items from UOM's Period Locker stolen
May 2 2023 Share

It was revealed by KSU (Kunsill Studenti Universitarji) that the Period Locker, set up at the University of Malta, has been broken into, damaged and had considerable amount of stock stolen.

The act of vandalism reportedly happened over the weekend, with KSU announcing that this has prompted them to move the locker to a more secure location. 

‘It is immensely disappointing to see an initiative targeted at accessibility and inclusion being abused of’, KSU wrote. 

They also explained that the new location of the lockers will be outside the KSU Office. However, ‘this is far from ideal’, the group wrote, saying that the ‘aim behind this locker was to provide a service in a dignifying and respectful manner.’ 

The organisation still hopes of returning the locker to the original location and asserted that CCTV footage is being analysed to find out how the vandalism took place and by whom. 


Australia to introduce first reforms to ban vaping this May

Australia to introduce first reforms to ban vaping this May
May 2 2023 Share

The world’s first anti-vape reforms are set to be introduced by the Australian government this month as officials intend to target the black market of the practice.

The reforms are to be introduced in the May budget and will target everything from packaging, importation, availability and contents. 

A whopping AUD $234 million are to be used to fund the measures, with the changes set to be unveiled on the 2nd of May by Health minister Mark Butler. 

The laws will see the stopping of importing of non-prescription vapes, the restriction of flavours, colours and other ingredients. 

Packaging will also be made plain, whilst also reducing nicotine concentration and banning all single-use, disposable vapes. 

Despite still being legal to buy a nicotine vape with a prescription, the government intends to make it increasingly difficult. 

According to data compiled by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, e-cigarette use by Australians aged 14 or older doubled from 2016 to 2019. 


Bold new brand look for Malta’s iconic beer brand Cisk

Bold new brand look for Malta’s iconic beer brand Cisk
May 2 2023 Share

Malta’s award-winning, iconic beer brand Cisk has recently launched new bold and vibrant branding for its main brand Cisk Lager and low-carb variant Cisk Excel, with the newly designed cans and bottles beginning to appear on supermarket shelves and in popular bars and kiosks across Malta and Gozo.

This launch marks the initial phase of a longer-term project which has been in the making for some time and which has been developed through a detailed process of market research, strategy and creative thinking, in collaboration with renowned UK-based agency, bluemarlin. From the vibrant and warm colours to the newly modelled stallion proudly rearing up above the Cisk word mark, all elements of the new branding build on a history and legacy to be proud of, placing Malta at its core and looking to the future with confidence.

Cisk, the flagship brand of the Farsons Brewery, was born in 1929 and went on to play a definitive role in the local beverage industry. First brewed by the Scicluna family in a predominantly wine-drinking culture, the market soon started to embrace the beauty and love of beer.

“We have come a long way since the launch of Cisk in 1929. Today brands play a huge part in our consumers’ lives and following this brand upgrade the Cisk ‘look and feel’ and imagery has been modernised and is making a bigger, bolder statement, ready to take on the 21st century,” said Susan Weenink Camilleri, Head of Sales & Marketing at Simonds Farsons Cisk plc.

“The modernised Cisk brand identity comprises many elements, working together to create something greater,” continued Ms Weenink Camilleri. “From the subtle and unassuming use of the widely recognised and respected Maltese Cross, to the bold red lettering used in the word mark, each element has been carefully considered and crafted to communicate our provenance, our brand identity and aligned with our strategy.”

The new identity is locked into place with the signature of ‘iċ-Cisk’, John Scicluna.

Today Cisk is brewed in a state-of-the-art brewery and as long-standing independent brewers, the Farsons Brewery remains committed to the family traditions and heritage that have sustained the brand all these years.

The original Cisk Lager Beer is a golden-coloured, bottom-fermented lager with a distinctive and well-balanced character. Its rich hop aroma and pleasant bitterness has made it the natural choice and thirst quencher for beer drinkers who want to savour the original brew which always has and continues to remain faithful to its recipe of 1929.

The Cisk family also includes Cisk Excel, a low-carbohydrate lager; Cisk 0.0, an alcohol-free lager; Cisk Pilsner, a premium pilsner brewed to exacting specifications using only the finest Pilsen malt and Noble hops of the Saaz variety; Cisk Export, a smooth-tasting premium lager with a light golden colour; Cisk Strong, a strong premium lager with an increased alcoholic strength; and Cisk Chill, a range of flavoured beers.

The portfolio has won several major international awards over the years, with the latest coveted recognitions being awarded to Cisk 0.0 at the International Brewing and Cider Awards 2021 as well as Cisk Export and Cisk Excel at the International Beer Challenge 2021.