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holography

Increased demand for holographics amid C-19

The International Hologram Manufacturers Association (IHMA) says the international market for holography continues to hold-up despite the impact of COVID-19, with strong confidence that...
brazil banknote

Brazil to issue new banknote

Brazil’s central bank says it will issue a new BRL 200 banknote – which is the currency’s largest denomination – next month. The bank says...
eu safe list

EU ‘safe list’ now down to 12 countries

The European Union Council has narrowed down its list of epidemiologically safe third-countries whose residents may enter its Member States. Schengen Visa Info reports the...
forbidden city

China issues Forbidden City coins

China is going to issue a set of gold and silver coins to honour the 600th anniversary of the founding of the Forbidden City. The...
travel coronavirus

‘Global air traffic will not recover until 2024’

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) says global air traffic will not return to pre-coronavirus levels until at least 2024, a year later than...
austria coronavirus

Austria’s travel ban on 32 ‘risk’ countries

Austrian authorities have decided to impose travel restrictions on 32 countries where coronavirus cases are increasing, in an effort to stop the further spread...
uk banknotes

UK Banknotes Colour campaign gains steam

Black, Asian and minority ethnic figures are set to feature on British banknotes and coins for the first time. Sunday Telegraph reports Rishi Sunak, Chancellor...
france coronavirus

France makes C-19 testing mandatory for 16 countries

French authorities have decided to make coronavirus testing compulsory for travellers arriving from 16 countries where COVID-19 cases are rising. Citizens of the following countries...
third gender

Pennsylvania driver’s licences third gender option

Pennsylvanians will now be able to choose a third option as a gender designation on their driver's licences. York Daily Record reports the state’s Department...
uk spain

UK imposes Spain quarantine rule

Dominic Raab, UK Foreign Secretary, has defended the "swift decision" to require travellers arriving in the UK from Spain to quarantine for 14 days. Raab...

The Digital Person: Part 3

This series has, so far, defined the Digital Person and described its evolution, and how the Digital Person compares to ChatBots and Virtual Personal...

LIVE BLOG: Mississippi DPS launches Mississippi Mobile ID and more news…

To find news about a specific state, click on the state abbreviation here: For news about a specific US Territory, click on the US...

The Digital Person: Part 2

This series began with an expert’s definition and explanation of the Digital Person and a brief history of how it evolved. As we continue...

North Carolina Issuing Redesigned Driver License and ID Card

The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles has released new driver licenses, permits and identification cards in a new design and integrating the latest in card security...

The Digital Person: Part 1

Whenever you have applied for a job, or even visited an ecommerce store, has it happened that you are, in fact, engaging with Chatbot?...