Meet Laila. It’s 2025 and she works from home four days a week. It’s been that way since the 2020 lockdown. It’s 06:30 and she’s on her way to work. Laila arrives at her office building at 07:00. Start
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Remote working has increased dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic. Almost three-quarters of businesses in the US want some workers to keep working from home. From commuting to video calls, here are five trends that could shape the
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Rwanda has installed a series of robots in an effort to minimise the risk of medical staff catching coronavirus. The robots carry out simple tasks, like checking temperatures and monitoring patients, thus reducing human exposure to the disease.