Audi analyzes and dispels eight myths about autonomous driving

O what will bring autonomous driving back to the car market? Will it be soon? Will cars be able to drive anywhere? There are a lot of questions that need to be answered when it comes to self-driving. This is why Audi has carried out a study called “SocAIty”, prepared with the help of renowned … Read more

South Africa invests and guarantees priority in Brazil

Disclosure / IT Communications Diogo Caldeira and Milly Lacombe, from TI Comunicações, Dinky Malikane, from South African Tourism, Tati Isler, from TI Comunicações, and Marcelo Marques, from South African Tourism South Africa believes it will soon recover the volume of Brazilian visitors recorded before the pandemic. In 2019, 80,000 Brazil passports were stamped in the … Read more

What to do to help improve the diagnosis of thyroid disease

VSit is generally said that people understand each other by speaking to each other, but for this it is also necessary that everyone speaks the same language. And that they know what they are talking about. In order for patients with thyroid disorders, doctors and other healthcare professionals to share this understanding, International Thyroid Week, … Read more

Thousands of people demonstrate in Los Angeles against the abolition of the right to abortion

“NopeWe will not go back”, “my body, my choice” and “resist” were some of the slogans shouted by a list of celebrities and progressive politicians and repeated by the crowd, which could have reached 50 thousand people, according to organization of the Women’s March Foundation. “Women have always found ways to have an abortion. Making … Read more

Beuys Prize for Marta Ryczkowskas (Poland) and Daniel Spaulding (USA)

May 14, 2022 at 5:45 a.m. Moyland Castle Museum : The Beuys Prize goes international Presentation of the laureates and the Joseph Beuys Research Prize: Petra Richter (president of the jury), Barbara Strieder (Schloss Moyland), Marta Ryczkowska, Daniel Spaulding, Frank Ruffing, Antje Britt-Mählmann and Julia Niggemann (from left to right). Photo: Klaus-Dieter Stade (kds) Bedburg-Hau-Moyland … Read more

What NRW parties want to do for start-ups.

May 12, 2022 at 5:44 p.m. Analysis of the NRW party program : FDP and Greens see start-ups at the center of regional elections NRW Economy Minister Andreas Pinkwart (middle) campaigned for start-up grants, among other things (file photo). Photo: RP/© MWIDE NRW/R. special man Dusseldorf No good jobs without new businesses. This is why … Read more

What will happen to our elite students? (By Gado Alzouma)

Competition between the world’s major powers to attract international students has intensified in recent years and has led to greater academic mobility. In 2019, UNESCO estimated that more than 5,500,000 students were educated outside their national borders. The United States is the top host country with over 1 million students, followed by countries like China, … Read more

Ukraine’s GDP could fall by up to 30% (i.e. if the war ends this year)

At the opening of the EBRD’s Annual General Meeting, which is being held in the Moroccan city of Marrakech, the institution published growth forecasts for the regions in which it operates: Eastern and Central Europe, Central Asia and Africa of the North, whose economies – together – are expected to grow by 1.1% in 2022. … Read more

The war exacerbates the shortage of freight transport professionals

The 166,000 new vacancies were filled by truckers from Ukraine, Belarus and Russia working in Europe who may have left their jobs due to the conflict, according to data provided to Efe by the International Transport Association (Astic) based on the study. “The European reference for the evolution of road freight rates”. Among the impacts … Read more