As healthcare workers are overwhelmed during the COVID-19 crisis, bots are handling some part of their workload.Google is extending its premium Meet features until the end of September for its G Suite customers.Faith-based communities can use some digital tools to gather virtually during Easter and Ramadan.Facebook’s privacy lawsuit revived in the US after three years.China is using robots to measure temperature and recognise facial features.Using bots in healthcare to fight COVID-19The COVID-19 crisis is pushing healthcare and emergency services to the brink.In many countries, the number of healthcare workers needed to provide care is significantly low.Over 80% of the world’s nurses work in countries that are home to half of the world’s population, according to WHO.And one in every eight nurse practices in a country other than the one where they were born or trained. There are just under 28 million nurses worldwide, a report by International Council of Nurses and Nursing Now said.Between 2013 and 2018, nursing numbers increased by 4.7 million. This means there is a global shortfall of 5.9 million nurses. And the gap is huge in African and South East Asian countries.Emergency medical service providers are also short-supplied to meet the number of queries coming into… Read full this story
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