"To say a hospital has zero available ICU beds without knowing the flexibility of bed capacity can [cause] unnecessary fear," Stephen Love told Newsweek.
Connected car data is transforming the way cities initiate repairs and plan infrastructure improvements.
Myanmar is the world's largest exporter of teak, which is a valuable kind of hardwood used in building floors, furniture and bridges.
Of the COVID-positive patients in the province's intensive care units, 83 percent were admitted for virus-related reasons.
Wejo, a U.K.-based data firm, wants to use connected car data to streamline repairs, improve traffic, and guide autonomous cars.
Under the new law, foreign shipping companies are being blocked from accessing data necessary to plan shipping routes to avoid delays and congested ports.
The team transmitted information using fast neutrons produced in the decay of radioactive material. The system could be useful in situations where electromagnetic radiation is blocked.
A data error saw health officials wrongly report that a prepubescent child suffered the side effect after receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
As cars become more connected, automakers are becoming hubs for massive amounts of data. What they do with that data isn't clear, according to privacy experts.
The towns are saying the pandemic, which sent thousands of students packing for home until further notice, made their populations hard to count.
The project uses what researchers are calling the largest data set in the universe to create a VR projection of infinity and beyond.
"Many facilities are now in danger of closing because of workforce challenges," the American Health Care Association said.
Former Newtown superintendent Dr. Joe Erardi told Newsweek he expected "this upcoming school year was going to be the most violent return that America has ever seen."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were discussed more negatively online than in the mainstream media in their first month back from family leave, according to research for Newsweek.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were covered more positively in Britain than America in September despite leaving the U.K. to escape negativity, according to research for Newsweek.
Portpass CEO Zakir Hussein slammed the reports, criticizing people who "shame and crucify" the upstart.
South Dakota reported the highest increase in homicides, while New Hampshire reported the highest decrease.
Nearly 60 percent of COVID outbreaks took place at schools where no mask requirement was in place, according to a study.
Half of Americans believe their private text conversations aren't secure, and 64 percent say their social media activity is not very or not at all secure.
The HBCU is investigating the cyberattack with the FBI and Washington, D.C.'s city government.
"ISI (Pakistani intelligence) would be interested to know who worked for the Americans," said John Woodward, a former CIA officer.
The lawsuit claims that Florida's Department of Health has violated public-records laws at a time of rising COVID cases in the state.
The new reporting method on the state's COVID deaths has effectively created a spike where a downslope was previously recorded while also moving the downward trend forward in time.
Fearing execution or arrest, Afghans who once supported the U.S. have started to hide or destroy digital evidence of their identities that could be obtained by the Taliban.
Growing data not only suggests that vaccine efficacy wanes with time, but that booster shots can increase antibodies by 10-fold.
The health department said they were notified on July 2 that an unauthorized company gained access to data that included names, addresses, dates of birth, emails, and information on gender, ethnicity and race.
A new study has revealed some telling information about the new expectations around festivals after a year-long hiatus.
A spokesperson said only that the key came from a "trusted third party" and the company would share it with all victims.
Earlier this year, RBI also restricted American Express and Diners Club International from adding new customers for violating the same rules.