Month: October 2019

Germany is trying to boost Tanzania’s ICT health

Germany is trying to boost Tanzania’s ICT

Sustainable development can’t be realized in Tanzania without a good population, that’s why the health segment has acquired a rather vital financial help from its development partner Germany to ameliorate, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) within the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) factors. Rendering to a report by The Citizen, […]

Urgent care facilities in UK

Urgent care facilities in UK

Tatum Anderson investigates the dissemination of and access to vital care facilities, and why they are proving to be a vital attribute to the healthcare market Feeling ill, but not an emergency case? Progressively, in big cities at least, there is likely to be an urgent care clinic that can […]

UAE is at the top when it comes to ICT

UAE is at the top when it comes to ICT

The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector in the UAE has attained significant progress worldwide ranging from the 6th to 2nd, according to the Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) 2019 dispensed by the World Economic Forum (WEF). This report is measured as one of the most important global competitiveness reports that […]

New Zealand’s ICT ranking increases

New Zealand’s ICT ranking increases

New Zealand’s information and communications technology (ICT) position on the world stage is on the upsurge, rendering to the World Economic Forum (WEF). The 2019 Global Competitiveness Index update from the WEF, unconfined on 8 October, compares countries’ competitiveness according to several criteria, including ICT acceptance, macro-economic stability, and infrastructure, […]

No limits on Alexa for accessing health data of UK citizens

No limits on Alexa for accessing health data of UK citizens

The agreement between the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) and eCommerce giant Amazon — for a health material licensing partnership involving its Alexa voice AI — has been unconfined following a Freedom of Information request. The government proclaimed the partnership. But the date on the contract, which was printed on […]

Projects launched to improve services for people with mental ill-health and substance abuse issues

Projects launched to improve services for people with mental ill-health and substance abuse issues

A Rough Sleeping allowance of £1.9 million has today, Tuesday 22 October 2019, been given to 6 projects involving partnerships between Local Authorities (LAs) and Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs). These 6 projects will test and analyze models that improve access to health services for people who have both mental ill-health […]

Scientists try to tackle healthcare issues

Scientists try to tackle healthcare issues

The next generation of UK scientists have been backed by the government today (Thursday 24 October) to advance the latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies that will change how people live and work and help deal with some of the world’s most pressing challenges. A combined government and industry investment of […]

Sri Lanka and Canada partner for rising exports 

Sri Lanka and Canada partner for rising exports

Oct 22, Colombo: Though Sri Lanka – Canada bilateral trade is moderate, surging Lankan exports to Canada could change it, Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen has stated. “Annual Canada-Sri Lanka trade merits at present show an unexploited trade possibility that needs to be explored,” the Minister has made […]