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Millions of Americans have lost their jobs because of COVID-19. In response, companies like Microsoft, LinkedIn and Google are offering retraining programs on their platforms.
Estonia spent years building one of the world's most advanced digital economies. When COVID-19 struck, it was ready. Here's what we can learn from its pioneering strategy.
The world's super computers have been ranked by their power. Fujitsu's Fugaku supercomputer in Japan was ranked first, but IMB, Dell, Nvidia, NUDT and NRCPC also feature.
Algorithms have been used to design a care home in a configuration that improves the experience of dementia patients.
Researchers in Denmark have developed a robot that can help with mass testing for coronavirus. Here's what they learned about innovating under pressure.
Technology can be biased, but it can also help companies to improve inclusion and diversity in the workplace - and, in turn, to boost their bottom lines.
European Union countries and the Commission have agreed on a technical framework to enable regional coronavirus contacts tracing apps to work across national borders.
Tests are being developed to detect antibodies developed against coronavirus in the blood, and to test surfaces.
As the world continues to grapple with COVID-19, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology looks at the AI tools which have been used in the pandemic.
IBM will stop offering facial recognition software and oppose any use of such technology for purposes of mass surveillance and racial profiling, stated CEO Arvind Krishna.
Cross-border trade in digital services such as videoconferencing and entertainment is booming, but there are still too many barriers limiting its reach.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) specialist Pascale Fung explains how technologies like Natural Language Processing and Deep Learning can help us stop the coronavirus pandemic.
Smart wristbands, using tech from CarePredict, can monitor contact between patients in US care homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hackers are trying to exploit your stress response and vulnerability during the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s a simple but powerful way to protect yourself.
With more than 1 billion children impacted by school closures, screen time and, with it, exposure to cyber risks have gone up. Here DQ Institute founder Yuhyun Park explains how to keep c...