Facebook incorrectly removes picture of Aboriginal men in chains because of ‘nudity’ | Technology- Tempemail

Facebook incorrectly removed a post critical of the prime minister’s comments regarding slavery in Australia that featured a photograph of Aboriginal men in neck chains from the late 1800s, claiming the photo featured nudity. On Thursday, Scott Morrison said that there was no slavery in this country. On Friday he Continue Reading

The Future of Work in the U.S. and China- Tempemail

By Gareth Noyes Research in China and the U.S. indicate what the future of work could look like—and location matters. Forecasters might assume that the future of work in industries such as aviation/aerospace, medical equipment manufacturing, automotive manufacturing, and telecommunications will include a post-pandemic return to offices and manufacturing facilities. Continue Reading

Boris Johnson’s polarising statue tweets are pure Trump | Jonathan Freedland | Opinion- Tempemail

When Boris Johnson starts copying Donald Trump’s signature move – taking sides in a culture war by firing off a string of tweets – you know that America’s global domination remains so complete it can turn even one of the country’s most grotesque defects into a cultural export. In fact, Continue Reading

Microsoft Won’t Sell its Facial Recognition Tech to Law Enforcement | Tempemail

Tech juggernaut Microsoft won’t sell its facial recognition software to police or law enforcement until more federal regulations for facial recognition technology are set in place. This is what company president Brad Smith said during an interview. “The bottom line for us is to protect the human rights of people Continue Reading

Zoom shuts accounts of activists holding Tiananmen Square and Hong Kong events | Technology

Three prominent human rights activists have accused Zoom of disrupting or shutting down their accounts because they were linked to events to mark the anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen massacre or were to discuss China’s measures to exert control over Hong Kong. Lee Cheuk Yan, a veteran activist with the Continue Reading

COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps: Managing the Pandemic While Maintaining Privacy | Tempemail

Image sourced from Oudtshoorn Courant The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a huge toll worldwide for both individuals and economies. As a precaution, many countries have implemented strict lockdown measures such as closing schools, restaurants and borders, while mask-wearing in public and social distancing have become a must. The enforcement of Continue Reading

State of Influencer Marketing Report: Effects of Coronavirus

Socialbakers’ State of Influencer Marketing Report highlights the effects of COVID-19 on the industry over the past few months. It reveals data that shows how brands have adjusted and adapted to the environment brought on by a worldwide pandemic. The initial impact of the coronavirus seemed to be an overall Continue Reading

Sony Finally Reveals the PlayStation 5 | Tempemail

The PlayStation 5 was finally revealed, after months of waiting, at Sony’s Future of Gaming Livestream event yesterday. The console’s final design is vastly different from the company’s previous iterations. No longer will the PlayStation be a matte black box, but a gleaming white machine finished with aesthetic curves and Continue Reading