A year into the pandemic, infection rates are falling. Hospitals are quieter; morgues are emptier. Emboldened by vaccines, we’re dropping our masks and stepping closer. Slowly we’re reopening indoor dining, theaters, museums and schools.
When the Copa America basketball tournament got underway last month in the midst of a pandemic, the hosts in Cali, Colombia took no chances.Players and staff from participating men’s national teams from around Latin America lived in a
The onset of the second COVID-19 wave across India has caused much havoc in Maharashtra and the state government is seriously contemplating another lockdown to contain the virus. Those countries who failed to implement COVID-19 protocol
Its become a set piece in certain precincts of social media: complaints that people are getting vaccinated under false pretenses. In a recent issue of Airmail, the posh online magazine, one writer reported that a “fresh-faced” assistant at her
ChatGPT, an AI product of OpenAI, a San Francisco-based AI company, released in late November, is described as a Large Language Model (LLM),
The outcome of the new shorter work week is exciting and set to influence a trend in the regional and global business strategy (‘4-day week sees 90% increase in productivity of Sharjah employees’ (01 February).
The people who are in the forefront of pushing Social Security “reform” by cutting benefits have gotten pretty good at hiding their intentions behind plausible-sounding jargon and economists’ gibberish.