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Millions of Americans don’t even bother answering calls from unfamiliar or blocked numbers for fear a call might be from an illegal robocaller. Many hoped that would change with a June 30 deadline from the FCC that required voice providers to implement technology to force callers to identify themselves. 


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The US Federal Communications Commission’s deadline to implement technology to beat back those annoying robocalls went into effect earlier this summer. As of June 30, every major voice provider in the states, including phone companies AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile and cable provider Comcast, is required to implement a

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The specially-equipped mobile health clinics, powered by TELUS Health and operated by Sanguen Health Centre, Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre and Ottawa Inner City Health are offering COVID-19 vaccinations to Ontarians in need

TORONTO, June 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, TELUS announced that through its innovative Health for Good program – in partnership with Waterloo’s Sanguen Health Centre, Toronto’s Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre, and Ottawa’s Inner City Health – COVID-19 vaccinations are being provided to at-risk and vulnerable residents of Ontario from its mobile health clinics, powered by TELUS Health. These specially-equipped clinics on wheels have

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TORONTO, June 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, TELUS announced that through its innovative Health for Good program – in partnership with Waterloo’s Sanguen Health Centre, Toronto’s Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre, and Ottawa’s Inner City Health – COVID-19 vaccinations are being provided to at-risk and vulnerable residents of Ontario from its mobile health clinics, powered by TELUS Health. These specially-equipped clinics on wheels have been providing essential primary health and harm reduction services directly to individuals in the communities they serve since they launched in 2020. Operations have recently expanded to offer COVID-19 testing and vaccinations, following the

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Part one of a three-part series

Attitudes toward robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) are changing just as fast as the technology itself. No longer confined to science fiction, robots are now part of everyday life. In the same way many of us have come to rely on applications and cloud services to perform tasks and store data in the digital realm, automation plays a vital role in the physical world while opening up new opportunities for innovation.

In fact, the World Economic Forum (WEF) predicts that while some jobs will be displaced by robotic automation, this shift has the potential

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MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The City of Mobile saw five shootings over the weekend. Two of those shootings were fatal. On Monday, April 12, city leaders came together, discussing initiatives to slow the violence.

Police report 14 homicides in 2021, which’s compared to 10 around this time in 2020. Officers are not able to give away all their secrets but showed several ways the city is working on slowing the violence.

The newer technology uses ballistic evidence. It can connect criminals with crimes, and has already worked several times.

Since the department began firing up the technology, it’s

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Tokyo — Japanese prosecutors have charged two Americans, Michael Taylor and his son Peter, in connection with the escape of former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn to Lebanon. Tokyo District Prosecutors have been questioning the Taylors since they were extradited from the United States earlier this month. They’ve been detained at a Tokyo detention center since March 2 – the same one where Ghosn was held, the Reuters news service points out.

Prosecutors said the Taylors were formally charged Monday with helping a criminal escape. The prosecutors had been seeking their extradition for months after they were arrested and detained in

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