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Elham Mansori, Florence Poya, Nahida Khajazadeh and Somaya Farooqi, members of the Afghan Dreamers, are building a mechanized version of the hand-operated ventilator. The Digital Citizen Fund hide caption2020欧洲杯外围网站

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All-Girl Robotics Team In Afghanistan Works On Low-Cost Ventilator ... With Car Parts

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There's Still Time To Get A (Remote) Summer Internship

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A couple years ago, Lyndsay Tucker started receiving texts and calls for Tesla and SpaceX chief executive Elon Musk. It seems AT&T randomly reassigned his old number to Tucker. She assures people she does not work for Musk or his companies. Jessica Chou for NPR hide caption

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She Gets Calls And Texts Meant For Elon Musk. Some Are Pretty Weird

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Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University say nearly half of all accounts tweeting about the coronavirus appear to be bot accounts. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption2020欧洲杯外围网站

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More Lysol, No More Pens In Rooms. Hotels Adapt To Win Back Guests

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Millions of Uber drivers and other people who make a living from gig work are temporarily eligible for unemployment benefits. But the money has been slow to arrive. Bing Guan/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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'We Can't Take Your Call': Uber Drivers, Other Gig Workers Struggle For Unemployment

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A sign on a shuttered Apple Store at the International Plaza shopping center in Tampa, Fla. The location has been closed because of the coronavirus pandemic and is scheduled to reopen Thursday. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Gabe wanted to read from an actual Torah, not the sheets of paper he used for practice. The Silvermans hide caption

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For Some, Zoom Bar And Bat Mitzvahs Highlight 'Most Meaningful And Memorable Moments'

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On Wednesday, New York City became the latest city to pass a cap on how much food delivery apps like Grubhub can charge restaurants for deliveries. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Restaurants Are Desperate — But You May Not Be Helping When You Use Delivery Apps

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Uber Eats is in talks with Grubhub about a possible acquisition. Analysts say such a merger would make the combined company the dominant player in food delivery. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption2020欧洲杯外围网站

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Public health authorities say they hope smartphone apps can boost contact tracing efforts, but there are debates over how much data officials need to collect. Yuriko Nakao/Getty Images hide caption

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Apple, Google Coronavirus Tool Won't Track Your Location. That Worries Some States

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With more people working remotely, companies are turning to technology that tracks what employees are doing all day on their computers. Some workers say they feel like their privacy is being compromised. Jackie Ferrentino for NPR hide caption

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Your Boss Is Watching You: Work-From-Home Boom Leads To More Surveillance

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Facebook will pay $52 million to thousands of contract workers who viewed and removed graphic and disturbing posts on the social media platform, lawyers for the company said in a new legal filing. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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Twitter announced on Monday that tweets related to the coronavirus containing misleading, disputed or unverified claims will now carry labels warning users about the content. Twitter hide caption2020欧洲杯外围网站

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