Nearly half of Twitter accounts pushing to reopen America may be bots

To perform their most recent analysis, the researchers studied more than 200 million tweets discussing coronavirus or covid-19 since January. Read full Article

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The transhumanists who want to live forever

Given these clues, Clement is expanding his medicine cabinet of pills. Read full Article

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COVID-19 Q&A: As businesses reopen amid coronavirus, what are workers’ rights?

The coronavirus pandemic has claimed more than 85,000 lives so far in the U.S. with no vaccine or cure in sight. Nevertheless, with stay-at-home orders lifting across the nation and businesses reopening, many employees will be returning to the workplace soon.   Read full Article

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Commentary: Big Tech’s coronavirus boom could be its undoing

NEW YORK CITY: Contact apps that trace where we have been and who we have touched; software that tells bosses how hard we’re working from home; face masks that light up to show whether we have a virus. These are just a few of the technologies being deployed to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Read … Continue reading "Commentary: Big Tech’s coronavirus boom could be its undoing"

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Why women make better crisis leaders

While many countries continue to grapple with escalating COVID-19 outbreaks, two have declared theirs effectively over: New Zealand and Iceland. It is no coincidence that both countries’ governments are led by women. Read full Article

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