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Technology that helped catch a US serial murderer, dubbed the Golden State Killer, could be used to track down aid workers who sexually abuse girls and women overseas, according to the team behind a groundbreaking project in the Philippines.
Facebook Inc’s WhatsApp plans to team up with more Indian lenders to expand banking services in rural areas and for lower income individuals, the messaging platform’s country head said on Wednesday.
Japan’s largest bank is installing giant robot scanners to digitise millions of documents, as it seeks to break from the long tradition of using paper records to verify its customers’ identities.
Ecuador’s indigenous groups in the Amazon have launched an information dashboard to monitor the coronavirus and identify contagion hotspots as the disease spreads through the rainforest and threatens ancient cultures, a leading rights group said on July 21.
With crimson walls and violet, yellow and red awnings, it’s a building that few people in Cotonou, the tranquil economic capital of Benin, are likely to miss.
A trial is underway in the UK exploring how artificial intelligence can be used to help monitor the lung physiology of Covid-19 patients to optimise ventilation treatments.
Uber Technologies Inc is bracing for a long summer of legal battles that could see the end of its reign in London and entitle its drivers to a long list of workers’ rights.
Uber Technologies Inc has quietly launched a service to give public health officials quick access to data on drivers and riders presumed to have come into contact with someone infected with Covid-19, company officials told Reuters.
Samsung is set to reveal five new devices at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event on Aug 5, which will be held in South Korea.
While a resurgence in coronavirus cases in Texas has brought many businesses to a screeching halt, eight robots have kept All Axis Machining's metal fabrication facility in Dallas humming.