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Twitter said it was shutting its Seattle office for a "deep clean" after learning that an employee there was informed they likely have been infected with coronavirus (Covid-19).
Leticia Hidalgo smears her face with sunscreen and walks steadily across the weedy wasteland she has come to know as one of Mexico's killing fields.
Tech firms in Seattle, a new focal point for the coronavirus epidemic, were telling employees this week to take advantage of technology to work remotely in an effort to contain the outbreak.
Visitors to the Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau, an indigenous tribe living deep in Brazil's Amazon rainforest, must first request permission by email, which is printed out and hand-delivered to local leaders. Yet while just one of the tribe's nine villages is connected to the outside world via precarious radio-based wifi, other technology is being deployed to protect their remote forests from invaders.
A few years ago, Amazon.com Inc’s quick delivery team debated doing something radical for the e-commerce giant: asking shoppers to consider the environment.
Microsoft Corp on March 4 joined the growing number of United States companies asking employees to work from home in order to limit exposure to the spreading coronavirus outbreak.
China adapts surveying, mapping, delivery drones to enforce world’s biggest quarantine and contain Covid-19 outbreak
Shenzhen Smart Drone UAV’s drones used in surveying, mapping can lift a maximum payload of 15kg. Adaptation shows how outbreak has opened the door for innovative applications to emerge from existing tech.
For gig-economy drivers working to serve a coronavirus-driven surge in demand for delivery, the weekend was a frenzied rush as shoppers placed grocery orders and some systems appeared overwhelmed, at least temporarily. Volumes also were abnormally high Monday.
Local fruits like durian and jackfruit could change the way we charge our smartphones or electric cars in the future, according to a study highlighted in website Popular Mechanics.
AI is the fastest expanding discipline in China’s universities, with 180 more approved to offer it as a major
China’s Ministry of Education approved applications for 180 more colleges to offer majors in artificial intelligence in 2019, up from 35 the year before. The ramping up of approvals comes as the country tries to attract more talent to drive what has been referred to as the fourth industrial revolution.