Dubai is introducing a facial recognition system on public transport to beef up security, officials said Sunday, as the emirate prepares to host the global Expo exhibition. "This technology has proven its effectiveness to identify suspicious and wanted people," said Obaid al-Hathboor, director of Dubai's Transport Security Department.
Ralph Nader's Election Wisdom: 'In The Swing States, You Have To Vote For Joe Biden'
. Investigative reporters from Forbes, Vanity Fair, the New York Times and the Washington Post, along with independent watchdog and public advocacy groups have exhaustively detailed how Trump and his family have personally profited from his presidency.
New York, Oct. 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Power Sector Outlook 2020 - MEED Insights" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p05978811/?utm_source=GNW While a halt in spending due to concerns over the fiscal impact of....
COVID Spikes Exacerbate Health Worker Shortages In Rocky Mountains, Our Region
Coronavirus infections — and the quarantines that occur because of them — are exacerbating the health care worker shortage that existed in these states well before the pandemic.
Minn. Nursing Homes In Rural Areas See Staff Shortages Worsen With COVID-19
ST. PAUL —Facilities caring for older adults are struggling with low staffing levels, as COVID-19 makes an ongoing problem even worse. Nursing home operators say they’re scrambling to make sure they have enough nurses and others to ensure the safety and well-being of residents.
Milan's Sacco Hospital Launches Pilot Thanks To ESA Project
ROME, OCT 26 - The wearable-systems sector is being used to help the health authorities deal with the COVID-19 pandemic thanks to an Italian-Swiss pilot project being conducted at Milan's Luigi Sacco hospital. The CoMo (Coronavirus Remote Monitoring of Outpatients) project makes the remote....
Castro On Venezuelan Medicine Against # Covid19: «It Must Comply With The Investigation Phases»
The infectious disease doctor Julio Castro explained that the supposed cure discovered by Venezuelan scientists against the coronavirus (Covid-19) must first go through the “universal research phases” so that it can become a reliable antidote.