Daily Archives: September 14, 2020

Pandemic Takes Toll on Kenya’s Medical Workers

NAIROBI – John Muichuhio is one of the thousands of Kenyan medical workers treating COVID-19 patients.The stress of the pandemic has been bearing down on him, and in late July he also tested positive for the coronavirus, which causes the COVID-19 disea…

PRESS RELEASE BY THE MINISTRY WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER: “As technology advances, we need to make sure no one is left behind”- Minister Carmelo Abela

“When it comes to artificial intelligence and emerging technologies, seeing that machines might be taking jobs which were previously occupied by people; we must come up with solutions that protect these people. The introduction of a ‘universal basic in…

Huawei’s Survival at Stake as US Sanctions Loom

Starting Sept. 15, China’s telecom giant Huawei — once a symbol of Chinese technology prowess — will be cut off from essential supplies of semiconductors. Without those chips, Huawei cannot make the smartphones or 5G equipment on which its business dep…

PRESS RELEASE BY THE MINISTRY FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND PLANNING Final agreement will allow Malta to have a beverage container refund scheme in place

Following extensive work on behalf of the Ministry for the Environment, Climate Change and Planning as well as wide consultation, including with the European Commission which approved Malta’s model last December, the Government, together with stakehold…

PRESS RELEASE BY THE MINISTRY WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER: “As technology advances, we need to make sure no one is left behind”- Minister Carmelo Abela

“When it comes to artificial intelligence and emerging technologies, seeing that machines might be taking jobs which were previously occupied by people; we must come up with solutions that protect these people. The introduction of a ‘universal basic in…

PRESS RELEASE BY THE MINISTRY WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER: “As technology advances, we need to make sure no one is left behind”- Minister Carmelo Abela

“When it comes to artificial intelligence and emerging technologies, seeing that machines might be taking jobs which were previously occupied by people; we must come up with solutions that protect these people. The introduction of a ‘universal basic in…