The Dublin-born singer Bono, from the band U2, spoke about his support for human rights and the Good Friday Agreement. He believes that joining Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland would be a positive step, as there should not be conflict between neighbours. The guitarist, The Edge, agreed with Bono and stressed the importance of community, reconciliation, and finding common ground. They both reflected on the current state of the world, expressing concern about a decline in freedom and democracy. Bono mentioned his fascination with America and his belief that it still has the potential to become a truly inclusive and innovative nation. He also talked about his interest in artificial intelligence (AI), but noted that AI cannot replace human creativity. U2 recently released a new single and are starting a residency in Las Vegas.
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