As Michigan continues to battle COVID-19, there is still a need for protective gear. We've seen examples all over metro Detroit of people stepping up to fill in the gaps, including medical students eager to help those on the front lines of this pandemic.
The Boston City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that will ban face tracking. This includes the purchase and use of facial recognition technology by city officials and police. Detroit police arrested and interrogated a man after facial recognition incorrectly identified him. Local bans on facial recognition, like this Boston ordinance, will undercut big tech efforts. It will stop facial recognition acceptance and reform at the federal level.
A new generation of doctors about to tackle coronavirus on the frontline have been given a 'fast track' graduation ceremony today (Fri) - via video link.More than 220 final year medical students from..
DETROIT (AP) — Jamon Jordan could not mourn his mother in the traditional way. At Jacquelynne Jordan’s memorial in early April, there were just seven people.... SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times •CBS News
DETROIT (AP) — A 5-year-old Detroit girl is the youngest person in Michigan reported as having died from complications due to COVID-19, according to state... Seattle Times Also reported by •SeattlePI.com