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New York has reached out to Google about online advertisements for medical face masks showing up in news articles and other web sites at a time when the products are needed by health-care workers dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, a person familiar with the matter said.
Companies are increasingly using artificial intelligence (AI) to help identify potential job candidates and match them with the right companies.
Facebook's head of safety said on Tuesday a bug was responsible for posts on topics including coronavirus being erroneously marked as spam, prompting widespread complaints from users of both its flagship app and photo-sharing app Instagram.
On March 18, The Information reported that Facebook will be giving all their employees – which totals about 45,000 full-time workers – a US$1,000 (RM4,373) bonus to help ease any financial struggles they could be facing as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.
This week, Medicare announced the expansion of its telehealth services; now, those who are unable to make it to a doctor's office – or feel uncomfortable traveling amidst the COVID-19 outbreak – can conduct an appointment completely online.
As the coronavirus prompts more restaurants to close dining rooms, a debate grows over whether takeout or delivery service are safer options.
Facebook said on March 18 it would place “authoritative” coronavirus content at the top of user feeds as it scrambled to keep up with increased usage and stem the flow of misinformation on its platform and WhatsApp messaging.
Facebook Inc will put a Covid-19 information page at the top of users’ feeds, disseminating verified material from trusted sources including the World Health Organization, to counteract the spread of falsehoods about the pandemic.
China may have gotten past the worst of Covid-19, but the world is just starting to grapple with it and a major economic shock is looming.
As people disperse to their homes to work and study because of the coronavirus pandemic, taking their laptops and company data with them, cyber security experts say hackers will follow, seeking to take advantage and infiltrate corporations.