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A turning point for Rafael Yuste, a neuroscientist at New York’s Columbia University, came when his lab discovered it could activate a few neurons in a mouse's visual cortex and make it hallucinate.
Tesla Inc is backing a new initiative to support informal cobalt miners in the Democratic Republic of Congo as carmakers and miners seek to reassure customers about ethically mined supplies of the battery metal.
US social media giant Facebook on Aug 24 said it had agreed with the French government to pay €106mil (RM523.09mil) in back taxes for its French operations over a 10-year period from 2009, and to pay 50% more tax in the current year.
Home rental startup Airbnb said on Aug 12 that it supported the development of a digital services tax regime being discussed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to bridge a divide between the United States and Europe.
Latin American should turn its infrastructure investment focus toward digital technologies and away from physical infrastructure to stimulate its economic recovery after the coronavirus pandemic, the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) said on Thursday.
China’s coronavirus status app shuts many citizens out of society, but there are ways to bridge digital divide
There needs to be a complementary system for people who have poor digital skills or no Internet access, say experts. Uneven tech distribution echoes gaps in age, wealth and education and, if not rectified, may lock many out of Chinese public life.
Indonesia's plan to impose 10% value-added tax (VAT) on digital services offered by technology giants is not the subject of a trade investigation by the United States, Indonesia's finance minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said on Tuesday.
The United States is investigating digital services taxes being adopted or considered by Britain, Italy, Brazil and other countries.
Greece plans to rapidly expand government digital services in 2020 to try and slim down its notoriously slow-moving bureaucracy and help the country exit its pandemic recession more quickly.
In the home of giant companies like Amazon.com Inc, Microsoft Corp and Starbucks Corp, officials try to manage the first and largest outbreak of coronavirus in the United States.