With migrants around the world losing billions of dollars every year through remittance fees on traditional money transfers, could cryptocurrency be the new way forward?
The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo have been called the hottest ever, with athletes withdrawing from competition, fainting from the intense heat and describing the conditions as "brutal". Experts are saying that this is climate change in action, it goes beyond the heat, and it will get worse.
The playability of most sports is closely tied to weather and the climate, and disruptions to competition due to heat, storms, drought, flooding and wildfires are becoming more common.
So, what does Tokyo 2020 tell us about the future of global sport in the face of climate change? And, what role can sports play in the solution?
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are becoming the preferred payment method in ransomware attacks, in which computer data is held hostage by malicious software.
But crypto's anonymity means cybercriminals are becoming even harder to trace and prosecute.
Artificial intelligence and algorithms are increasingly being used by companies in the recruitment process to help eliminate human biases and create more inclusive and diverse workplaces.
But critics say AI hiring tools could actually be making employment discrimination worse.
Reducing methane emissions is crucial to fighting climate change. The invisible gas traps over 80 times more heat than carbon dioxide—and we're emitting more than we thought.
The greatest potential for methane reduction lies with fossil fuels, and solutions are readily available. So what's getting in the way?
As the Taliban take control, members of Afghanistan's first all-female orchestra wonder what's next for their music and rights as women.
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