A New Era Of Remote Healthcare Technology

Around the world, legions of selfless healthcare professionals have demonstrated their commitment and resilience in awe-inspiring ways. As we watch them and thank them, what can we — the rest of the world — learn about resiliency and agility? We have already grown used to the images of front-line medical professionals covered head to toe in masks and gowns. What we don’t see as much is that while they toil to help their patients survive, they simultaneously communicate and work together to develop new ideas for diagnoses, treatment and care.…

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Why Bill Gates Is Not The Man To Reimagine New York Education

It literally took less than an hour for the pushback to start. Governor Andrew Cuomo dismissively questioned why school buildings even exist these days, and announced that he was enlisting Bill Gates to help reimagine education in the Empire State. From a dozen different corners, the objections came. One day later, Cuomo’s Facebook page attempted to soften the announcement. “Teachers are heroes & nothing could ever replace in-person learning,” the post began, before assuring readers that the reimagining would be done “in full partnership with educators and administrators.” That does…

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Snapchat’s new mental health tool will offer helpful intervention

Snapchat is launching a search tool called Here For You that will surface “safety resources” from mental health experts when users search for sensitive topics like anxiety, depression, suicide, and bullying, the company announced Tuesday. For instance, if a user searched for “thinspo” (content that may skew to be pro-anorexia), the search results would “intervene” with content by experts, Fast Company reports. While parent company Snap did not elaborate on how often these kinds of searches occur on Snapchat, the platform has one of the youngest audiences of any social media platform. It…

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SoftBank offers up to $40b investment for Indonesia’s new capital

Indonesia’s coordinating minister for maritime affairs and investments Luhut Pandjaitan said that Japanese conglomerate SoftBank would likely invest US$30 billion to US$40 billion for the development of Indonesia’s new capital city in East Kalimantan province, the Indonesian part of Borneo island, according to Bloomberg. The statement followed SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son’s visit in Jakarta last week to meet President Joko Widodo. During the encounter that was also attended by Grab’s CEO and co-founder Anthony Tan, Son expressed his interest to fund “the new Jakarta.” Pandjaitan said the president will announce his…

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How to become rich: Top 10 investment options for New Year that can make you rich

If you wish to become rich, make a plane, and start investing early. All of us wonder how we can make money without much effort. However, only a few follow the winding path towards becoming rich. To become rich, a person needs to have a good financial plan and also learn how to invest. Once you learn the art and science behind making idle money work for you, you will have a better chance at becoming rich effortlessly. Needless to say, one can become financially stable if they inculcate the habit…

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Saw more merit in holding Raymond brand in the new lifestyle co, says CMD Gautam Singhania

A month after announcing demerger plans, Raymond has decided to modify its brand royalty policy and do away with any inter-company brand royalty contracts. “Originally the plan was that the new company, the lifestyle company would pay a royalty to the old company for the use of the brand name. However, we got feedback from investors and from various well-wishers that if we let the new company own the Raymond brand for its product categories, in perpetuity it would be more better for the new company,” said Gautam Singhania, CMD,…

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