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Updated on October 14, 2021 by healthlines
Migration in the future will be subject to the push of climate change and the pull of rich and aging countries. The West and East Asia that will desperately need younger workers from abroad. Nearly 18 months into… Read More
Category: Economics, English, Europe, Nederlands, Worldwide Tags: aerosolen, africa, aging, air conditioning, amazon, antigen, app, ban, beeldbellen, books, business, businessmodel, china, climate, communication, coronavirus, covid-19, cruise, cultuur, delta, demography, design, discovery, disinfection, disney world, droplets, earth, ecdc, economics, ecosystem, emergency, environment, europa, extraterrestrial life, faq, florida, flying, future, health system, history, hotel, how to, india, inequality, inspiration, internet, ivermectin, jobs, lockdown, maps, mars, masks, migration, moon, Mutants, online, opportunity, pandemic, passports, pcr, plane, planet, planning, politics, population, post-pandemic, prevention, QR, quarantaine, research, rich, risk, robotics, safety, society, space, spring, startups, status, strategie, tags, tech, testing, the new normal, tonga, topics, tourism, transportation, travel, trip, uv-light, vaccines, vakantie, variants, virtual reality, virus, weather, who, workplace, world
Updated on October 2, 2021 by healthlines
The future of HR leadership, geo-neutral pay and possible relocation pay cuts. Today’s tech executives are often as easily tripped up by grandstanding politicians as were their auto-executive forebears. Lessons for Big Tech from Ralph Nader. NFT’s, digitale… Read More
Category: Economics, English, Nederlands, Tech, Worldwide Tags: 2021, 5g, ads, aftercare, ai, amazon, america, app, apple, artificial intelligence, asml, augmented reality, auto, baidu, barcodes, beauty, behavior, biotechnology, businessmodel, buttons, cancer, capitalism, care, cells, china, chips, city, cloud, consumer, contact-tracing, coronavirus, covid-19, creators, cryptocurrency, cursus, cyber, cyberattacks, cybersecurity, data, data context, database, death, delta, design, diagnostics, digital, distribution, dna, driving, duurzaamheid, economics, effectiveness, eindhoven, email, environment, europa, facebook, fake news, ffm, filters, firewall, ftc, game-changer, gdpr, giants, gig, google, government, grocery stores, growth, hololens, how to, hr, inequality, infrastructure, innovation, intelligence, internet, internet of things, jobs, key, knowledge, kunstmatige intelligentie, lab-leak, leadership, liability, maatschappij, machine learning, mandatory, memory, microsoft, misinformation, mobile, moderna, moore's law, mrna, nft, online, opportunity, pandemic, password, personal assistants, pfizer, platform, politics, ppe, prediction, privacy, protection, quality of life, ralph nader, recession, region, regulations, remote, resignation, risk, rna, rule, safety, samenleving, security, shoppable, shopping, side effects, silicon valley, small business, sms, sociale media, society, speech, subscription, supermarket, superspreaders, tags, talent, tech, teens, thuiswerken, tickets, toilet paper, topics, transformation, trend, trust, tsunami, twitter, unvaccinated, vaccinated, vaccines, variants, virtual, virtual reality, virus, windows, workplace, youtube
Updated on September 28, 2021 by healthlines
Breath in through your nose for a count of four seconds. Hold your breath for seven seconds. Exhale for eight seconds, making a ‘whoosh’ sound through pursed lips. Repeat up to four times. Use 4-7-8. It’s inevitable that technology-driven… Read More
Category: English, Health, Nederlands, Worldwide Tags: 4-7-8, app, beeldbellen, body, brain, breath, coronavirus, deprivation, digital, ecosystem, elderly, exercise, eyes, fitness, future, growth, gym, hersenen, home, how to, hybrid, jobs, lockdown, mental health, mind, music, naslagwerk/reference, nose, online, pandemic, platform, remote, safety, screen, services, sleep, startups, streaming, stress, tags, tech, the new normal, thuiswerken, topics, trend, tv, virtual reality, yoga
Updated on October 8, 2021 by healthlines
The metaverse heightens our challenges. Issues such as personal privacy, marketplace competition, and misinformation only become greater due to the interconnectedness of that phenomenon. Facebook is acting like a hostile foreign power; it’s time we treated it that… Read More
Category: Economics, English, Worldwide Tags: 2d, 3d, algoritme, app, ar, artificial intelligence, asset, autocracy, avatars, behavior, blockchain, capitol, challenges, cloning, communication, content, covid-19, data, democracy, diem, digital, dominance, earth, economics, einstein, entertainment, espn, facebook, fake news, files, future, gaming, gdp, generation z, girls, government, headset, information, instagram, internet, kids, leak, legalization, legislation, libra, management, mark zuckerberg, markets, meetings, meta, metaverse, misinformation, nr.naslagwerk/reference, office, online, parenting, parents, platform, politics, pop, power, prediction, privacy, remote, revolution, safety, shareholders, social interactivity, sociale media, society, software, sports, strategie, tags, tech, teens, top 100, topics, tweens, unknowns, users, vaccines, video, video-conferencing, virtual, virtual reality, vr, whistleblower, who, women, work, workplace, workroom
Updated on October 19, 2021 by healthlines
A pandemic-driven shortage of parts and labor has combined with a congested transport system to create an inflationary spike, with shipping rates doubling. The supply chain crisis. Additional stimulus measures, especially monetary easing, are likely to yield an increasingly unfavorable trade-off between short-term… Read More
Category: Economics, English, North America, Worldwide Tags: 2020, 2023, africa, aid, algoritme, amazon, amsterdam, app, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, automation, baby, beurs, big bang, biotechnology, blog, brazil, bubble, buybacks, care, challenges, china, climate, cloud, cold-chain, collapse, commodity, contactless, container, content, copper, covid-19, creators, credit, crisis, crisisdata, culture, customers, data, data processing, death, delta, demand, depression, design, digitalisering, disaster, disasters, dispute, dollar, e-commerce, economics, employment, energy, europa, fair trade, fake news, ffm, fintech, fourth wave, freight, future, gdp, gig, global, google, government, growth, health system, history, horeca, how to, hug, hydrogen, imports, incubator, indigenous, inequality, inflation, intellectual property, international day, internet, internet of things, jobs, knowledge, language, learning, lockdown, mall, management, margin, marketing, microelectronics, misinformation, moderna, monetization, monopoly, mortgages, naslagwerk/reference, negotiation, niche, online, opportunity, oxygen, pandemic, patents, payments, people, pest, pets, platform, politics, post-pandemic, poverty, productivity, profit, public, rates, raw materials, real, recession, recovery, reform, remote, rents, retail, second wave, semiconductors, services, sharing, shipping, sinovac, skills, sme, social contract, social distancing, social interactivity, sociale media, society, software, solidarity, speculation, staatsschuld, stagflation, startups, supply, supply chain, tags, taiwan, tax, tech, the netherlands, the new normal, third wave, topics, trade, traditie, transmission, transparency, transportation, unemployment, urns, vaccines, ventilatie, virtual, virtual reality, wages, warfarin, warriors, wearables, website, wellbeing, wfh, work, workforce, workplace, wto, yields
Updated on May 27, 2021 by healthlines
A sign that this grand experiment in telecommuting has done more than just make Zoom a part of our everyday lives and vocabulary. We take a look at how one year of working remotely has changed the workforce…. Read More