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Three hundred drones took to the evening sky over the Han River in South Korea to dispense coronavirus prevention advice through a synchronised light display featuring images of hand-washing and social distancing.
Microsoft Corp customers were targeted in a massive phishing campaign that has sought to defraud users in 62 countries since December. Recently, the malicious emails have evolved to capitalise on the pandemic, according to Microsoft.
The average annual income for workers employed by companies in the telecoms, software and information technology fields reached US$22,998 per person last year. The average annual wage in information technology was 1.78 times higher than the annual average for all industries.
The coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating wealth and racial inequalities around the world. Nowhere is that more apparent than in San Francisco.
Ghanaian pilot Eric Acquah started a drone company in 2017 to spray crops with pesticides, but when coronavirus hit the West African country he found a new mission – saving lives.
Coronavirus: China tweaks graduate employment rate to include students who find ‘work’ as gamers, bloggers
Graduates who find ‘work’ as competitive gamers and bloggers after finishing university will now be classified as employed in China. Change in criteria has fanned speculation Beijing is trying to inflate employment figures for young graduates amid a worsening jobs market.
Report from Institute of Automation says the technology can spot dangers on sites and determine what workers are doing. AI can be used to send alerts when it spots somebody engaged in risky behaviour.
While much of Japan continues to debate the pros and cons of remote working, one of the country’s largest employers has made up its mind – and it could be a bad sign for the office sector.
Timothy Kane, CEO of Goodway Technologies Corp, has never been so popular. Making machines that spray disinfectant, once a niche business, is now an essential service – and the phone is ringing off the hook.
Gig workers are clamouring for jobs that often pay less while facing stiff competition from a crush of newly unemployed workers also attempting to patch together a livelihood – all while trying to avoid contracting the coronavirus themselves.