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Apple and Google are to create contact tracing technology aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.

Apple and Google have announced they are working together to create contact tracing technology aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus. In a rare … Apple and Google are to create contact tracing technology aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.
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Positive Coronavirus News – We have the Internet To Keep Us Connected – #PositiveCoronavirusNews

We have the internet to keep us connected… Before the internet, isolation would have been extremely lonely. But thanks to the advent of modern technology, it is easy to FaceTime & video call our loved ones and keep up with them on Social Media, making us feel much more connected then we otherwise would have. Dr Shmerling said: “We currently have ways to practice social distancing that preserve at least some social and medical connections. “People in isolation or quarantine can ask for help, visit friends, ‘see’ family and doctors virtually and provide updates on their condition.” Business News Coronavirus
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Social Media Report

What Customers Really Want from Your Social Brand A little trust, a little love, and a lot of convenience… From digital detoxing and data security to the demand for fast and personalized experiences, new forces are changing the rules of customer engagement.  But amid all these changes, there are timeless customer needs that won’t be changing anytime soon.  In this ebook, you’ll discover three keys to customer engagement that you can use to build a lasting marketing strategy. What You’ll Learn What today’s customers expect from your brand on social The 3 C’s of customer engagement How real brands are putting these
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Welsh Business News / WelshBiz – Technology Sector in Wales’ Image Problem – Tech News

  Avril Lewis, Managing Director, Technology Connected, thinks it’s time we showed the world how big our technology achievements are   Technology Connected works to unite and champion the Welsh technology industry, promoting its social and economic impact both in Wales and across the world. Having worked with the industry for over two decades, I have seen the agility, ingenuity, and creativity of its disruptive and transformative nature evolve the industry to become ubiquitous in the way we work and live. But technology “is not very big in Wales”. Last week, as part of my role as member of the NDEC
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Health News & Tech News from China…

Disinfecting robots, smart helmets, thermal camera-equipped drones and advanced facial recognition software are all being deployed in the fight against Covid-19 at the heart of the outbreak in China. President Xi Jinping has called on the country’s tech sector to help battle the epidemic.  Healthcare tech is also being used to identify coronavirus symptoms, find new treatments and monitor the spread of the disease, which has so far infected more than 90,000 people worldwide. But is it up to the job? Robots to the rescue Several Chinese firms have developed automated technologies for contactless delivery, spraying disinfectants and performing basic
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Citroen presents the first fully electric Made in Morocco car in Paris

Citroen presents the first fully electric Made in Morocco car in Paris Rabat – French automaker Citroen unveiled its Made in Morocco mini electric car called AMI yesterday at the Paris Defense Arena, marking Citroen’s entry into the electric car arena. Built in the PSA factory in Kenitra, the mini-car without a license will be available for sale at €6,900. Rechargeable in 3 hours, the two-seater car can travel 70 kilometers at a maximum speed of 45 kilometers per hour. The car is the perfect choice for daily activities and aims to make city driving less stressful. Its small size
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Brits are still deeply divided over artificial intelligence, survey suggests

Brits are still deeply divided over artificial intelligence, survey suggests How do you feel about artificial intelligence? Artificial intelligence (AI) is seeping its way into the likes of finance, medicine and retail but many of us still aren’t sure how we feel about it. More than a fifth of Britons would trust AI to better handle political negotiations – including Brexit – over human politicians, according to a new survey. The poll of 2,000 people in the UK also found nearly a third would follow financial advice given to them by AI and 22% said they would trust an AI
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Why your new work colleague could be a robot – Tech News

    Why your new work colleague could be a robot - You hear EVA before you see it. A whirring and whizzing noise greets you as you enter the offices of Automata, a start-up robotics company based in London. To one side a robotic arm is going through an intricate set of moves: six joints twisting and turning in a sequence which, in the real world, would place a label on a parcel. That's EVA, and it has being doing those moves non-stop for months to test its reliability. Around the office and workshop there are more than a
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