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Murder disguised as suicide. A secret massacre at a subway station. Impending 'terrorist' attacks: false news online is amplifying fear and confusion in Hong Kong as months of pro-democracy unrest turns increasingly violent in the real world.
Popular YouTube personality Bretman Rock has asked his fans to give him some privacy at his father's funeral in the Philippines.
The AI revolution could affect work in nearly every occupation, but certain demographics will be impacted more, research from the Brookings Institution suggests. Men, over-represented in both analytical, technical and professional roles as well as production, work in occupations with much higher AI exposure.
Crammed into a supermarket trolley, Kiki Malliora squealed with laughter as she rolled past her sister at Cologne's pop-up selfie museum, where visitors said having fun outweighs the hunt for "likes" in a changing social media landscape.
Injury rates reported for workers at Amazon warehouses across the United States are more than double the national average, according to a news investigation into workplace conditions at the electronic commerce giant.
Didi Chuxing boss Jean Liu says car-pooling controversy was bigger ‘blow’ than her own fight against cancer
Didi has removed about 306,000 drivers from its platform since August last year, or one in every 100 registered drivers.
At a time when stars have easy access to their own megaphones to reach fans, there's a growing wariness in the celebrity industrial complex about engaging in old-school journalistic efforts such as the access magazine profile or get-to-know-you meetings with reporters. And that's a huge mistake, in the eyes of Sean Cassidy, president of the New York-based PR and marketing firm DKC.
Many of the online platforms in use in Germany do not meet the standards set by the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to a survey commissioned by the Justice Ministry.
John Eromosele records the coordinates of a bustling canal on his smartphone from aboard a dug-out canoe navigating the floating slum of Makoko in Nigerian megacity Lagos.
"Smart" gyms? Absolutely, said an Eden Prairie, Minnesota, couple who opened a new Exercise Coach franchise in Minnetonka that features Exerbotics fitness equipment.