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A virtual library housing censored articles from around the world has been created within the hugely popular video game Minecraft by press freedom group Reporters Without Borders (RSF).
System analyses hundreds of images in seconds, then advises doctors what to do next. China has offered free use of the machine around the world, but US Centres for Disease Control says it does not recommend using scans to diagnose Covid-19.
As a professor at one of the many schools that have responded to the coronavirus threat by cancelling in-person classes, I find myself wondering whether our students will discover what many of us secretly fear: that the classroom isn’t really necessary for learning.
More than 130 countries have introduced some form of restriction or tightened their border entry requirements. Last year an average of more than 14,000 people per day travelled to the US from China.
Porsche has created something that it calls the Taycan VR Experience, an opportunity for customers to digitally explore the EV even if it's not yet available for purchase in their market.
Woman becomes angry over long delay on tarmac waiting for health assessments. Customs official says that Shanghai is stepping up medical checks as precaution against imported infection but that travellers need only wait one or two hours.
India is using its massive mobile phone network to spread coronavirus awareness messages, kicking off with coughing sounds, on how to protect against the outbreak, officials said March 9.
A Chinese company says it has developed the country's first facial recognition technology that can identify people when they are wearing a mask, as most are these days because of the coronavirus, and help in the fight against the disease.
In coronavirus-hit Iran, healthcare workers are not just treating patients – doctors and nurses are also lifting spirits with light-hearted dance performances that have spread massively on social media.
For Pakistani journalists, there’s only one channel that doesn’t exercise the mute button when they report difficult stories that involve their government or the country’s powerful military: YouTube.