Washington, D.C. ? A new report from the Center for American Progress with data analysis of the top 15 U.S. metropolitan areas that have seen above-average job growth between the Great Recession up until the start of the coronavirus pandemic finds a spatial mismatch between affordable housing and low-wage jobs in all of those areas. The report looks at [?]
TEHRAN ? The production of six major mining industry products has increased in the first three months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20-June 20), the latest data released by Iran?s Industry, Mining, and Trade Ministry show.
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Intel and Boeing, two of the pillars of American industry. Intel makes some of the most impressive chips in the world and has for decades, driving high-performance computing to its limits while supporting a company with a market cap today of $200 billion and supporting more than 110,000 employees. Meanwhile, Boeing remains a global leader [?]
To encourage banks to lend to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, Beijing can back the loans and ease tolerance for bad debt. It can also borrow from the US playbook by enlisting big data and AI in targeting relief distribution.
Not even the best quantum computers or AI from the past and present can help us in predicting the future. The dichotomy of a world under lockdown is that it is also in flux. Nothing is fixed anymore, not your corner office overlooking the city you love, not the position of a country that wants to be the AI superpower of the world. We honestly do not know what the future looks like. Who would have thought that a pandemic will make the world start adopting AI technologies like there is no tomorrow?
New research by global market intelligence firm IDC suggests that CRM giant Salesforce and its ecosystem of partners and customers will create $2.1-billion in new business revenues and 5,240 new, direct jobs in South Africa by 2024. Those jobs are in turn expected to create a further 6,900 indirect jobs due to opportunities and jobs [?]
Google and Alphabet CEO, Sundar Pichai recently announced that they would be investing $10 billion in India over the next five to seven years through it is ?India Digitization Fund.? A great piece of news coming amidst the havoc created by the current pandemic of novel CORONA Virus is that Google will be helping India