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The worldwide race to protect people against unwitting coronavirus carriers intensified on April 2, pitting governments against each other in the race to buy protective gear and prompting new questions about who should wear masks, get temperature checks or even be permitted to go outside.
Since the coronavirus outbreak, life in China is ruled by a green symbol on a smartphone screen.
Fitness-tracking gadgets are selling out, home exercise classes have never been more popular and industrial robot designers are pivoting to making sanitation bots. The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered a seismic wave of health awareness and anxiety, which is energising a new category of virus-fighting tech.
The Trump administration is tightening rules to prevent China from obtaining advanced US technology for commercial purposes and then diverting it to military use, several sources said.
Personal data protection is a thorny subject in privacy-loving Germany, but the country is nevertheless considering using a smartphone app to help manage the spread of the new coronavirus.
China is considering temporarily easing quotas designed to boost production of electric cars to help automakers badly bruised by the coronavirus pandemic to revive slumping sales.
Users logging onto mini games in WeChat will now have to verify their real names and identities against police databases. Minors under the age of 18 will face restrictions on their playing time and in-game expenditure, as well as parental controls.
Three years ago, manufacturing gadgets in China was a given. That’s changed fundamentally in the era of trade wars and coronavirus.
Esports are passionately followed by millions of fans around the globe on a daily basis.
Covid-19: New AI tool can help pinpoint most vulnerable patients, says joint Chinese-US development team
This tool can determine risk for acute respiratory distress syndrome, the fluid build-up in the lungs, with up to 80% accuracy. Doctors can use the tool to assess which patients need beds and who can safely go home, as hospital resources are stretched thin in many countries.