Amazon Retaliates against Activist Employees

The National Labour Relations Board (NLRB) in the US has found that Amazon retaliated against two of its employees when the company fired them last year, The New York Times reported. The two activist employees, Emily Cunningham and Maren Costa, organised the

Fake news on social media barrier hampering climate fight

While technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) could help the world deal with dangerous climate and environmental change, fake news on social media about global warming and biodiversity loss has emerged as a barrier in the climate change mitigation efforts, a group


VR can Reduce Injury Pains

Virtual reality (VR) can reduce types of pain typically seen in patients with nerve injuries, and that VR can boost the dysfunctional pain suppression system, a new study suggests. The study, published in The Journal of Pain, showed that VR can also


Companies Group to Pass Law Restricting Google

A group of major South Korean online companies have called on lawmakers to pass a bill to restrict Google’s planned enforcement of its billing system, even after the US tech giant decided to lower its commission rate. Google is set to require

EQ Determines Ability to find Fake News

People with high levels of emotional intelligence are less likely to be susceptible to ‘fake news’, a new study suggests published by journal PLOS ONE. Study indicated people who were able to identify types of news were likely to score higher on

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