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A new online database of human trafficking cases will help Senegal crack down on a rampant crime that is little understood.
Aspiring professional gamers are left to hustle and self-promote their way onto any platform they can find – and hope the right person happens to be looking.
Like the princess who hops over goblins and throws daggers at evil wizards in the videogame they built, a team of women coders in patriarchal Afghanistan wants to inspire a generation of girls to smash obstacles
Ransomware attacks have taken out computer systems at law enforcement agencies and local governments around the United States in recent years, forcing them to revert to pen and paper for tasks typically done in an instant on computers.
Hong Kong law enforcement authorities have access to artificial intelligence software that can match faces from any video footage to police databases, but it’s unclear if it’s being used to quell months-long pro-democracy protests, according to people familiar with the matter.
Two centuries after its invention, the stethoscope – the very symbol of the medical profession – is facing an uncertain prognosis.
Automated and connected vehicles will transform the way we move and live, but they come with additional costs, and it is unclear who will bear those costs
The fourth of 10 basic rules Western spies followed when trying to infiltrate Russia’s capital during the Cold War – don’t look back because you’re never alone – is more apt than ever. Only these days it’s not just foreigners who are being tracked, but all 12.6 million Muscovites, too.
The government backed down from plans, announced hours earlier, to tax voice calls made through the Facebook-owned WhatsApp messaging software.
Driverless transport, underground shops, heated bike paths, armed street patrols – this is not the setting for a dystopian novel but it could soon be the city where you live.