A critical step is in the process of being taken with the ways in which data resources are being shared as a means of expediting the scientific response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A step that could not only permanently alter our global trajectory, but that is essential for contemporary society to find solid ground should we wish to withstand the tides to come.
Science & Technology
Latin America has not been exempt from the effects of the technological revolution that has been sweeping the globe. This article will examine the implications that automation, digitalization, and other technological developments has for Latin America’s educational system, infrastructure and governmental regulation.
Given COVID-19 restrictions, courthouses around the country have closed. This has created many issues for people with pending court cases or who have had legal issues crop up from COVID related issues such as eviction, bankruptcy, etc. This article explores how people have faired in online courts and online dispute resolution and weighs in if this is the “new normal” for civil cases.
How Does Separating Plastic Waste in the USA and Europe Affect Asia and the World’s Ocean Pollution Crisis?
This article examines whether or not separating garbage in the USA and Europe would help reduce the ocean waste that accumulates near Asian countries. It does so by integrating the environmental and economic point of views and by grounding the regional differences of plastics waste and recycling in the available data.
The benefits and features of virtual health care are gaining more attention as a possible solution that addresses the need for more accessible and convenient care. Moreover, the applied approaches to social distancing during the ongoing COVID19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of having a durable, virtual health infrastructure. This article discusses the opportunities, challenges, and possibilities of the virtualization of health care services.