There will be a lot of changes likely for travel in the near future, in how we spend our holidays and once again start to take business trips.
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New innovations may make it a bit safer to return to office buildings, shopping centres and other places where large numbers of people gather.
There are many different ways that artificial intelligence in conjunction with huge data sets, analytics, CT scans and chatbots can really assist the healthcare sector.
Drone and bot deliveries have been talked about and tested for some time now, but with the advent of COVID-19, we’re seeing the accelerated deployment of these technologies on a much larger scale
Drones can check social distancing while monitoring body temps and even heart rates, as well as spraying disinfectant!
Robots are designed to take blood and do on-the-spot analysis are being tested, and robots that can very quickly automate coronavirus testing are being deployed to accelerate mass testing.
Even before the advent of COVID-19 a wide range of robots were being trialled or used in healthcare, cleaning and other industries. However, the breakout of coronavirus has greatly accelerated the trend of deploying robots for specific tasks.
Reuters released a story about their investigation (conducted from October 2019 through July 2020) into the use of facial recognition by a company in the USA who has deployed this technology for the past 8-years
What are the issues and benefits of remote working, since lockdowns are happening on and off in Australia, and around the world?
We're seeing an increase in the number of cybercrimes - scams and hacking taking place. Now more than ever taking cybersecurity precautions is so important.