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The city of Helsinki recently set up a new site showing the density of people present in its most frequented districts and streets in real time. This kind of tool could be used in the future in other large cities to help people plan their trips, avoiding crowded areas.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A member of the Ugandan Olympic team who tested positive for the coronavirus upon arrival in Japan had the Delta variant, Japan's Olympic minister said on Friday, adding to concern the Games - less than a month away - may trigger a new wave of infections.
JERUSALEM (Reuters): The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is highly effective against the Delta variant of Covid-19, a Pfizer official in Israel said on Thursday (June 24).
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's much-maligned multi-billion pound COVID-19 test-and-trace system has improved, but is still missing targets and the results of millions of tests to find asymptomatic cases have not been reported, parliament's spending watchdog said on Friday.
WASHINGTON: Large banks will no longer face pandemic-era restrictions on how much they can spend buying back stock and paying dividends, the Federal Reserve announced Thursday after finding the firms would remain well capitalized in its latest stress test.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - One of Haiti's most powerful gang leaders warned this week he was launching a revolution against the country's business and political elites, signaling a likely further escalation of violence in the impoverished Caribbean nation.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog and Iran have a temporary agreement on monitoring Iran's atomic activities that expires on Thursday. If it is not extended, wider negotiations on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal would plunge into crisis, diplomats say.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will ban adverts promoting unhealthy food from appearing on television during the day and on the internet as part of its drive to tackle obesity and encourage healthy eating.
(Reuters) - IBM Corp is developing tools that would ensure online advertising algorithms do not unfairly show ads to only specific groups such as mostly men or wealthy people, aiming to address discrimination concerns that have drawn industrywide scrutiny.
MIT has developed an intelligent carpet capable of remotely monitoring people’s movements without the help of cameras, often considered overly intrusive.