Chloroquine is not yet proven to work against COVID-19, though news reports originating in China have speculated otherwise.
The global system is now in a multipolar era. Alternatives to the U.S. dollar are rising. And so too are new, disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence.
Without strong interventions consisting of preparatory, containment and delaying strategies, COVID-19 will result in over 1.6 million lives lost in the US alone.
Some fake news also contains a mixture of correct information, which makes it difficult to spot what is true and accurate.
Coronavirus may fundamentally reshape some areas of how we live our lives.
There’s a lot of negatives to find in the response to the coronavirus outbreak, but the flaws in the response represent learning opportunities.
COVID-19 produces signs and symptoms that are similar to influenza, which makes it difficult to distinguish between the two.
Medical conspiracy theories have the power to increase distrust in medical authorities, which can impact people’s willingness to protect themselves.
The civilizationalist approach is making itself felt not only in lands governed by civilizationalists.
AI models can also now predict drug toxicity and side effects. These AI technologies together may soon give us a leg up in the never-ending battle against drug resistance.
Instead of replacing the current infrastructure of optical fibers, data centers, and base stations, the quantum internet will build on top of and make maximum use of the existing, classical internet.