Prime Minister Imran Khan and his cabinet members on Saturday lambasted the opposition alliance, Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), for moving ahead with tomorrow’s rally in Peshawar despite the threat of Covid-19.
Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE requested emergency authorization of their Covid vaccine on Friday, and it could take at least three weeks for a U.S. Food and Drug Administration decision as trial data is probed by agency staff and outside advisers.
Leading general contractor Kajima Corp. is aiming to introduce robots to help with construction, as the industry is facing an aging workforce and labor shortage.
Fast cars, Champagne and virtual private networks — some goods are best imported.
Northwest China’s Gansu Province has lifted all its 75 impoverished counties out of poverty, the provincial government announced Saturday.
Britain this week unveiled its biggest military spending increase since the Cold War, pledging an additional £16.5bn for defence over the next four years.
Volvo Cars engineers call it “the ultimate driving simulator”, but it is not just an excuse for them to indulge their inner basement gamer.
21 million Americans are not connected to high-speed internet today. With school closures and remote work due to the pandemic, the divide between those with broadband and those without has been more starkly realized than ever before. AT&T CEO John Stankey joins Washington Post Live in conversation with Washington Post columnist David Ignatius to discuss how the telecommunications giant is working to enable the adoption of high-speed internet in communities that need it most. They will also discuss the national security concerns surrounding 5G and how artificial intelligence is impacting the industry. Watch live on Friday, Dec. 4 at 2:00 p.m. ET.
Join Washington Post Live on Thursday, December 3rd at 11:00am E.T., as Washington Post economics correspondent Heather Long hosts discussions with top lawmakers and CEOs to assess the fiscal impact of mobile-first technology, big data analytics, gig work, and new workforce paradigms. We’ll also examine social safety nets and private partnerships that can support the shifts in the country’s rapidly evolving workforce, as well as emerging legislation on Capitol Hill that will be addressing all of these concerns.
Boosted by advances in sensors and artificial intelligence, a new generation of machines is automating a tech-averse industry.