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IBM to replace 8,000 workers with AI automation; no more new hires for roles that can be filled by AI

May 04, 2023 -

Goldman chief economist Jan Hatzius explained, using data on occupational tasks both in the U.S. and Europe, that "roughly two-thirds of current jobs are exposed to some degree of AI automation." Hatzius says that generative AI could eventually substitute up to one-fourth of the current global workload.

At IBM, the ultimate goal is to replace as many human jobs as possible with AI robots, which are easily enslaved and do not require a salary or benefits like humans do. This ...

IBM announces 3,900 layoffs as Big Tech financial struggles continue

January 27, 2023 -

This week, the computer company announced that it would be laying off 3,900 individuals, which amounts to around 1.5 percent of its workforce. These cuts are estimated to lead to a $300 million charge during the January to March period.

Although it sounds like a very large cut, the fact that the company's shares fell 2 percent following the news prompted some analysts to conclude that investors wanted to see bigger cost-cutting measures. Senior Analyst ...

New Delhi under weeklong coronavirus lockdown as “cases” surge in Indian capital

April 21, 2021 -

India has been trying to avoid the severe lockdowns that pummeled the country's economy last year, but New Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the weeklong lockdown is necessary to prevent the city's hospitals from completely breaking down. (Related: Post-vaccine variants: India discovers new "double mutant" Wuhan coronavirus strain.)

"Delhi's health system is unable to take more patients in big numbers," said Kejriwal during a virtual press briefing ...

India facing massive, widespread power outages as worldwide shortage of coal takes plants offline

October 12, 2021 -

That takes a lot of power generation, and a lot of power generation can cost a lot of money -- far more than the citizens of said developing country can afford.

So the alternative for these developing nations is to fund their growth with electric power generation that is as efficient as it is cheap, even if said power generation isn't up to our environmental standards.

That generally means coal-fired power plants.

And do you know which countries have a ...

India’s coronavirus caseload surges after lockdown

June 11, 2020 -

Over the weekend, the number of infections in the country surpassed Spain's to become the fifth-highest in the world. India is now only behind the United States and Brazil in terms of daily cases, with recent figures showing an average of nearly 10,000 new cases every day.Government lifts restrictions

After placing the nation on lockdown in March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi moved to ease restrictions on May 31. This allowed people to dine out, shop in malls and pray at ...

New Delhi records highest ever single-day tally of 357 “coronavirus” deaths that are most likely caused by dangerous vaccines

April 28, 2021 -

The COVID-19 death count for New Delhi as of that day stands at nearly 14,000 with a positivity rate of 32.27 percent.

The current situation in New Delhi is vastly different from where the city was in March, when an average of only four people died each day. (Related: New Delhi under weeklong coronavirus lockdown as "cases" surge in Indian capital.)

"Delhi's situation is really bad," said Sunil Kumar Aledia, executive director of a homeless charity in New Delhi....

Labor and energy shortages: The cracks in the economy are showing

October 18, 2021 -

Southwest Airlines is one such company that has experienced a labor shortage during a critical time. According to a USA Today report, the Dallas-based carrier has canceled 808 flights on Oct. 9 and an additional 1,018 flights on Oct. 10. The total cancellations amounted to almost 2,000 flights on that weekend alone.

Southwest attributes the cancellations to air traffic control issues and disruptive weather. The airline says in a tweet that these two problems "have resulted ...

Indian official warns of rolling power cuts amid coal shortage

October 14, 2021 -

Kejriwal has posted his warning on Twitter, accompanied by his letter to Modi. His tweet says: "Delhi could face a power crisis. I am personally keeping a close watch over the situation. We are trying our best to avoid it. [Meanwhile], I wrote a letter to [the prime minister] seeking his personal intervention."

The letter cites existing regulations in place that mandate coal-powered plants to maintain a coal stock good for 10 days and 20 days. However, the five stations ...

Indian hospitals are running out of oxygen that’s needed to keep coronavirus patients alive

April 30, 2021 -

In Western and developed nations, hospitals usually produce their own oxygen. But in India, the hospitals have to rely on trucks and cargo trains that travel long distances to replenish their liquefied oxygen tanks or cylinders. (Related: New Delhi records highest ever single-day tally of 357 "coronavirus" deaths that are most likely caused by dangerous vaccines.)

Normally, about five percent of hospital inpatients in India require oxygen support. But these days, the majority ...

Shock claim: Diet sodas are putting your fertility at risk

August 21, 2018 -

According to the experts, the artificial sweetener aspartame disrupts the endocrine system, which in turn results in hormonal imbalance and infertility in females.

"Almost all of the soft drinks and sodas contain aspartame which is linked to many health problems including infertility, malformations, and miscarriages. Excess consumption leads to hormonal imbalance and fluctuation that causes ovulatory disorders and even worsens PMS (premenstrual symptoms). Sperm and ovum, ...

Study: 2 in 3 Indians have natural immunity against coronavirus, meaning “herd immunity” is already achieved

July 22, 2021 -

Published Tuesday, July 20, the survey called seroprevalence study included 36,227 people from 70 districts across 21 Indian states. It found that 62 percent of unvaccinated Indians have antibodies, indicating past exposure to the virus. Overall, 67.6 percent of Indians have antibodies – either acquired from the vaccination campaign or past infection.Fourth sero survey is a charm

The survey was carried out in the last 10 days of June and the first week of July – just as ...

Indian actor dies from coronavirus infection after criticizing the country’s hospital system

May 22, 2021 -

The 35-year-old gained popularity through his comedic videos that garnered tens of millions of views. A day before his death, Vohra wrote a final post on Facebook. His post, which also tagged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said: "I would have lived had I received better treatment."

Footage posted by Tiwari on May 10 showed Vohra with an oxygen mask on. He said in the video: "This is extremely valuable right now. Without it, patients get giddy and suffer." The vlogger ...

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