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TECHNOLOGY plays a vital role in our everyday lives, more so now amid the ever-present Covid-19.
GOODWOOD, England (Reuters) - Since the age of five, Sam Schmidt's ambition was to be an IndyCar champion. And he achieved it, winning the Indy 500 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 1999. A glorious racing career beckoned.
Facial recognition tech linked to personal health codes has been rolled out in a Chinese city bordering Myanmar as authorities seek to squash a coronavirus outbreak.
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Aerial cinematographer Doug Thron is a pioneer on a mission. He uses infrared drones to look for and rescue animals trapped in the wake of natural disasters, and lost or forgotten animals.
PETALING JAYA: A family of critically endangered Malayan tigers has been spotted roaming freely at a Felda palm oil plantation in Dungun, Terengganu, according to a Sinar Harian report.
YUNNAN: The Nuozhadu Nature Reserve administration bureau in southwest China’s Yunnan province has strengthened protection of the endangered northern pig-tailed macaque, making the area a core habitat for the rare primate.
SURFSIDE, Florida, United States (Reuters): Searchers worked early on Sunday (June 27) to find more than 150 missing residents amid the rubble of a Florida condo building that collapsed three days ago as questions arose about the tower's structural integrity.
Using a high-tech drone equipped with a large thermal camera, one remote pilot has developed a way to save animals trapped under rubble or stuck in trees in disaster zones.