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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The best-laid plans of Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders were upended this week – and his campaign is struggling to get back on track.
The European Union is considering new legally binding requirements for developers of artificial intelligence in an effort to ensure modern technology is developed and used in an ethical way.
Shanghai introduces facial recognition drug collection terminals to combat abuse by patients and pharmacists
New terminals being trialled at 31 health care organisations require people buying controlled medicines to verify their identities through face scans. The system is expected to prevent potential abusers from obtaining prescription medicines and turning them into materials for illegal drugs.
Knee pain is a common complaint among older people, but can be managed with the appropriate treatments.
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Government is stepping up its efforts to get the states’ to change their laws on child marriage and to raise the marrying age to 18 nationwide.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's new prime minister, Mikhail Mishustin, promised on Thursday to speed up work on achieving national goals set two years ago by President Vladimir Putin across a wide range of policy areas from health to infrastructure.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Poland and Germany will be the biggest beneficiaries of a new 100-billion-euro (£85.7 billion) EU fund designed to help coal-dependent regions move towards a greener economy, European Commission data showed on Thursday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's top economic officials have cancelled keynote speeches they were due to make at the country's first economic forum of 2020, an updated schedule showed on Thursday, a day after the government quit amid plans for a constitutional shakeup.
The unfolding story of eSurv has renewed questions about the growing use of spyware.
This cancer is not only occuring more frequently in younger people, but is also more resistant to chemotherapy.