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Comic Relief to stop sending celebrities to Africa

Comic Relief has decided to stop sending celebrities to Africa following criticism that they were going to the continent as “white saviours”.

Uber sued for using automatic algorithms to fire drivers

Uber has been accused of using automated algorithms to fire drivers, something which if true would be a gross violation of GDPR.

Lockdown sees rise in demand for books

The national lockdown in March seems to have had an unexpected impact on the number of people rediscovering a love of literature...

COVID data now trackable in Google maps

Google maps has added a new layer to the platform enabling users to track COVID data. The information is...

Covid Vaccine could arrive by the end of this year

A Covid vaccine could be proved safe and effective by as early as the end of November, according to Dr Anthony Faucci,...

KFC to create thousands of new jobs

Fast food chain KFC have announced that they plan to create nearly 5,500 new jobs across the UK and Ireland by the...

Tesla hits new sales record despite pandemic

Tesla recorded $8.7bn in revenue in the three months leading in to September, a fifth quarter in a row of profit.

Lack of financial incentive sees hospitality sector struggling

Whilst initially there were hopes for the flagging hospitality sector to bounce back post lockdown, financial incentives have ended amidst rising practical...

Deepfake – How advanced AI software is being used to abuse...

Deepfakes began as a promising new technology in the field of visual effects but has become a tool to fuel revenge porn,...

New technology allows forklift operators to work remotely

Across the globe, 2020 has seen businesses and industries grind to a halt due to not being able to adapt working practices...