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It’s business unusual as people go about their lives in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Singapore will spend S$3.5bil (RM10.7bil)) on information and communications technology in the current financial year as it prepares to develop and deploy new tools like sensors and contact-tracing devices to combat Covid-19.
The US Air Force will be putting a human pilot up against an autonomous aircraft in air-to-air combat next July.
Apple Inc told staff at its main Silicon Valley headquarters that the first phase of a plan to return to the office will begin on June 15.
A team of Polish scientists has designed a remote-controlled ventilator they hope will allow doctors to help critically ill patients breathe, but from a distance.
Indonesian motorcycle taxi driver Aji chain-smokes and checks his smartphone constantly while waiting for orders by the roadside in downtown Jakarta on a hot June morning, but is staring at the prospect of another fruitless day.
Yadeen Rashid was flying high in February. He’d just earned stellar grades in his latest semester at Virginia Tech university, where he’s in his third year double majoring in economics and political science. And he’d just landed a summer internship at a data analysis company.
Will Hayes has grown accustomed to an awkward start to business meetings. On numerous occasions, venture capitalists would confuse Hayes, the head of software company Lucidworks Inc, with another man on his executive team. The investor would introduce himself, extend a handshake to the other guy and say, “Good to meet you, Will.” It’s strange because they don’t look alike. Also, Hayes is Black, and his deputy is white.
When Brian Hall accepted a job at Google early this year, he says his former employer was congratulatory. Amazon.com Inc cloud-computing boss Andy Jassy said by email that he wished Hall would have stuck around longer, but that he wished him "nothing but the best”.