Robots How to uninstall BlueJeans from a Mac computer in 4 simple steps

It’s easy to uninstall BlueJeans on a Mac computer if you no longer need the video-conferencing app, or want to make sure that you have the most up-to-date version installed on your computer. The easiest way to guarantee that BlueJeans is running at its best is by uninstalling the current app to make room for the…

Robots These robots are fighting the coronavirus in China by disinfecting hospitals, taking temperatures, and preparing meals

Robotic disinfectant sprayer for preventing the novel coronavirus climbs steps in Luoyang, Henan, on February 22, 2020. China Daily via Reuters The coronavirus outbreak that originated in China has killed 3,300 people worldwide and infected more than 97,000, according to recent totals.The virus, which causes a disease known as COVID-19, has spread to at least 86 other…

Robots Apple is ramping up cleaning at its stores in the US as coronavirus spreads (AAPL)

Apple is ramping up cleaning at its stores in the US as coronavirus spreads.Multiple Apple Store employees tell Business Insider that the stores have been boosting cleaning staff, installing hand sanitizer stations, and encouraging employees to wipe down products. The company is also encouraging employees to stay home if they feel sick and avoid travel if…

Robots How IBM turns flashy AI projects like a robot that can debate humans into commercial products for enterprises

IBM is known for its splashy demonstrations of new AI-powered research initiatives like ‘Project Debater,’ a robot that can debate humans, and IBM Watson. While those publicity stunts are helpful in garnering consumer interest and media attention, the key for IBM is translating the research into products it can sell to enterprises.On Wednesday, the tech giant…

Robots UBS outlines 3 major investing themes the coronavirus crisis is shaping today — and breaks down they’ll play out in the years to come

Analysts at UBS issued a report describing three main investing themes the coronavirus is shaping, and will continue impacting over the next decade: healthcare, technology, and global supply chains. They detailed how the sectors are shifting, and how investors would be prudent to position around them. For instance, with a renewed focus on genetic research, analysts said…

Robots 25 scientists were sent to China to research the coronavirus. Here’s what they found.

A medical worker in protective suit preparing medicine for people with COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus, in Wuhan, China. Reuters The World Health Organization sent 25 scientists to China to research the coronavirus.In a recent report, the scientists described their findings about how the disease spreads and who is most likely to be…

Robots How to join a Google Hangout on your computer or mobile device

The easiest way to join a Google Hangout is simply to accept an invite from someone else, which will bring you right into the video chat.You can also start a Google Hangout any time using your computer or the Hangouts app on your mobile device.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Google Hangout is a…

Robots Italian police are using drones to track down citizens who violate one of the strictest coronavirus lockdowns in Europe

Italian police officer flying a drone. Photo by Stefano Guidi/Getty Images Italy has been one of the hardest-hit countries by the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 11,000 deaths, the most of any country.The country has been put on lockdown, and police are now using drones to monitor movement.The coronavirus outbreak that originated in China has killed…

Robots Photos show how people around the are disinfecting schools, mosques, and streets to stop the coronavirus from spreading

A worker disinfects playground equipment at a kindergarten in Ganzhou, China. The students’ return was delayed due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, on March 2, 2020. China Daily via Reuters The coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China, has spread to 90 other countries.Many cities are disinfecting public surfaces with bleach-and-water mixtures.Experts aren’t sure how long…

Robots Nobel laureate Robert Shiller identifies a rising ‘existential threat’ to the economy’s expansion — and tells us why it’s similar to what made the Great Depression so severe

The fear of artificial intelligence and its ability to displace workers pose an “existential threat” to our sense of economic strength, Robert Shiller, the Nobel Memorial Prize-winning Yale University economist, said. He exclusively showed Business Insider the similarity between concerns about AI and the so-called technological-unemployment narrative that sprang up just before the Great Depression.Click here…