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Covid-19 news: UK to expand random testing to identify virus outbreaks

By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Adam Vaughan , Conrad Quilty-Harper and Layal Liverpool Anti-government protesters rallying in Madrid, Spain amid the covid-19 outbreak, on September 12, 2020Oscar Gonzalez/NurPhoto via Getty Images Latest coronavirus news as of 5 pm on 14 September New global record for daily new coronavirus cases…

Trump reignites feud with Amazon over USPS financial woes – but the relationship between the ecommerce giant and government agency is far more complicated

In an interview with “Fox & Friends” on Monday, President Donald Trump once again blamed Amazon for the United States Postal Service’s ongoing financial crisis.Though the USPS does subsidize Amazon deliveries by charging the ecommerce giant lower rates and handling costly last-mile rural deliveries, it can’t afford to lose their business.The agency reported a record…

Extra Crunch Partner Perk: Discount on Dell XPS Laptop and Dell for Entrepreneurs Program

We’re excited to announce a new Partner Perk from Dell for Extra Crunch members. Starting today, annual and 2-year Extra Crunch members can get a discount on a Dell XPS Laptop as well as a discount on membership to the Dell for Entrepreneurs Program. What is the Dell for Entrepreneurs Program? The Dell for Entrepreneurs…

Police probe death threats against Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf

Image caption Humza Yousaf said the emails threatened violence against him and his family Police are investigating after Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf said he received death threats after a right-wing video criticised hate crime legislation.Mr Yousaf told the Daily Record he thought about quitting politics after receiving an email threatening violence towards him and his…

Asia Today: Many schools close again amid South Korea spike

South Korea is closing schools and returning to remote learning in the Seoul area as the country counted its 12th straight day of triple-digit daily increases in coronavirus casesAugust 25, 2020, 12:30 PM• 5 min readSEOUL, South Korea — South Korea is closing schools and returning to remote learning in the capital region as the…

Microsoft researcher Dr. Cecily Morrison will discuss keeping AI “personal” at Sight Tech Global

For Dr. Cecily Morrison, research into how AI can help people who are blind or visually disabled is deeply personal. It’s not only that the Microsoft Principal Researcher has a 7-year-old son who is blind, she also believes that the powerful AI-related technologies that will help people must themselves be personal, tailored to the circumstances…

Welcoming voters, not fans: Sports teams push for their stadiums to become polling sites

Professional sports teams and voting advocates want to make casting ballots this fall a slam dunk by turning stadiums and arenas across the country into polling places.But with the hubbub over newly offered stadium voting reaching a fever pitch, the question of how exactly this will work remains a question for many.With several of the…

UK’s Princess Anne to mark 70th birthday in low-key fashion

Queen Elizabeth II’s only daughter will be celebrating her 70th birthday in a no-nonsense manner that befits her reputation in BritainBy PAN PYLAS Associated PressAugust 14, 2020, 9:32 AM• 4 min readLONDON — Queen Elizabeth II’s only daughter, Princess Anne, will be celebrating her 70th birthday on Saturday in a no-nonsense manner befitting her reputation…

A woman promoting an unlicensed drug as a miracle cure for autism and cancer made it back onto Facebook despite being banned

Amanda Mary Jewell, a British woman operating from Ecuador, reappeared on Facebook a few months after being banned.Jewell was promoting the unlicensed drug GcMAF, claiming without evidence that it can cure conditions like cancer and autism.Facebook previously removed her after an investigation by Business Insider, but she came back under an alias and founded a…

Microsoft’s Seeing AI founder Saqib Shaikh is speaking at Sight Tech Global

When Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella introduced Saqib Shaikh on stage at BUILD in 2016, he was obviously moved by the engineer’s “passion and empathy,” which Nadella said, “is going to change the world.” That assessment was on the mark because Shaikh went on to co-found the mobile app Seeing AI, which is a showcase for…

A Yank hopes to charm Brits in soccer series ‘Ted Lasso’

An American football coach finds himself in London coaching an elite soccer team in the new Apple TV+ series “Ted Lasso.”By MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment WriterAugust 12, 2020, 3:51 PM• 5 min readNEW YORK — Jason Sudeikis was a huge sports fan growing up in Kansas, especially basketball. Not so much that game where you…

‘Ill, abandoned, unable to access help:’ Living with long COVID – Medical News Today

Those who become ill with milder forms of COVID-19 are expected to recover in around 2 weeks. But an increasing number of people say they experience symptoms months after the initial illness is supposed to have worn off. This phenomenon, dubbed “long COVID,” has puzzled scientists and left those affected feeling drained and unsupported.Share on…

TechCrunch still brings the fun to Disrupt 2020

We all know times are incredibly tough, and everyone’s working overtime on steroids to keep their startup dreams alive. Disrupt events have a reputation for serving up a tasty helping of fun along with the main dish: opportunity. We refuse to host virtual conference without providing time for levity, swag and kick-ass entertainment. TechCrunch Trivia…

Mali coup: Thousands take to Bamako streets to celebrate

Publishedduration21 Augustimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionThousands took to the streets to celebrate the coupThousands have taken to the streets of Mali’s capital to celebrate the coup against Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta.Coup leaders arrested Mr Keïta on Tuesday and forced him to resign, sparking global condemnation.But Mr Keïta was facing huge street protests before his arrest and many…

An AI David Attenborough is reading out people’s relationship problems

Feedback is our weekly column of bizarre stories, implausible advertising claims, confusing instructions and more Humans 26 August 2020 Josie Ford David AIttenborough One of the finest collections of short fiction on the internet is to be found on Reddit. The website boasts a plethora of pseudo-chat rooms that cater to every conceivable taste, both…

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