Samsung products may soon offer telehealth

Last week, the famous consumer electronics and digital technology company, Samsung, announce New partnership with IntelliTek Health, a company that has developed a patient-centered virtual assistant. The goal of the partnership is to use artificial intelligence technology and digital voice assistance to enable healthcare providers to deploy their services through Samsung products. IntelliTek Health’s Personal … Read more

The US unemployment system continues to suffer from post-pandemic 3-year delays

People wait in line to attend the job fair at SoFi Stadium on September 9, 2021 in Inglewood, California. Patrick T Fallon | Afp | Getty Images These days the United States unemployment system It is kind of an anomaly. Almost three years after the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic The worst unemployment crisis in … Read more

India is a real bright spot in the midst of a global downturn: CEOs

With the 2023 World Economic Forum in Davos dominated by discussions of economic growth, or the lack thereof in most developed countries, one country is often cited as a bright spot. Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said in the closing session of the event that India is doing “extremely well,” while highlighting acute challenges … Read more

Stock market investors expecting smoother sailing have history on their side

Stock market investors hoping for a break after a brutally volatile 2022 have history — and options traders — on their side. With sluggish inflation supporting speculation that the Federal Reserve is nearing the end of its interest rate hikes, equity derivatives traders are anticipating an exit from the turmoil that continued to race through … Read more

Collapse of Stable Currencies May Spread to US Bond Market: Academic

The $1.4 trillion cryptocurrency market crash in 2022 did not affect traditional assets such as stocks or the real economy. But an academic warned that the failure of a major stablecoin could have an impact on the US bond market, pointing to a potential new area that investors need to watch as contagion continues to … Read more

Non-discriminatory for Chinese travelers

South Korea responded on Tuesday She claims Covid rules for Chinese travelers are “discriminatory”.saying that more than half of the imported cases come from China. In a response to CNBC, Seung-ho Choi, deputy director of the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency, said that up to 80% of South Korea’s “imported confirmed cases” come from … Read more

‘The money’s gone’: The Bahamas try to turn the page after FTX

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Dressed in a canary blue suit on a warm December night, sweat dripping from his brow, Bishop Lawrence Rolle belted out the words of his final song to hundreds of children and adults who had gathered to celebrate Christmas. “FTX!” He sings, bowing and nodding his head for emphasis. “The money … Read more

What is behind the energy dispute between Canada, Mexico and the United States? | International Trade News

Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador has said Mexico has “inalienable” ownership of its energy resources. The leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United States are due to hold a summit next week, where the big bone of contention could be the row over whether Mexico has violated a trade agreement by tightening the country’s … Read more

Digitization is gaining ground in China with wider application

An employee works at an intelligent production facility in Tianjin in June. [Photo/Xinhua] IDC: Investment from Chinese companies in digital solutions to thrive in the next five years Chinese companies’ digital business expenditures will grow rapidly in 2023, as cutting-edge digital technologies, such as 5G, artificial intelligence and cloud computing, have been increasingly applied to … Read more