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AI to track Covid patients – media

The system, which will be funded nationally and tested in Bucheon, on the outskirts of Seoul, will begin operating in January. Using facial recognition and AI, it will take advantage of the city’s 10,820 security cameras to track the movements of active cases and their close contacts, and to determine …

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President delegates power after contracting Covid

Ramaphosa’s office announced his condition on Sunday, saying the president, who is fully vaccinated, was tested after not feeling after “leaving the State Memorial Service in honor of former Deputy President FW de Klerk in Cape Town earlier today.” The president is currently self-isolating in Cape Town and he is …

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Company selling sound of Covid-19 as NFT

It’s a news story that would sound utterly alien to anyone pre-2020: A company called Viromusic has come up with a novel way to monetize the coronavirus by creating ambient works of music from its genetic code and selling them as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Put simply, the company reads the …

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Man investigated for having 10 Covid-19 jabs in one day

The bizarre over-vaccination story was first reported by the Stuff news website on Friday. The unidentified man is believed to have visited several vaccination centers in a single day, receiving up to 10 shots. He was allegedly paid by people who wanted to have a Covid-19 vaccination on their record …

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Face mask litter surged 9,000% due to Covid-19 – study

The damning study by a team of researchers with the University of Portsmouth was published in the Nature Sustainability journal on Thursday. The group conducted a comprehensive study of personal protective equipment (PPE), observing an “exponential increase” in such litter amid anti-coronavirus measures. Their findings are based on data collected …

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Could Omicron save us from COVID?

Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is not known for a tendency to understate the risks of COVID-19, has said the Omicron variant may not be all that bad:  “Though it’s too early to really make any definitive statements about it, thus far it does not look like there’s a great degree …

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