World Health Organisation stories
From pixels to playgrounds: the urgent need for balance in our children’s digital lives
As children's lives become increasingly digitalised, health experts highlight the immediate need to balance screen-time with physical activity, combating sedentary habits and potential obesity risks.
Advancing genomic sequencing and public health with digital infrastructures
Advancements in genomic sequencing and digital infrastructure are revolutionizing healthcare and accelerating research and collaboration.
Microsoft and Avanade join forces with WHO to develop a World Health Data Hub
The World Health Organization, Microsoft, and Avanade are partnering to develop a World Health Data Hub to streamline global health data.
Massive WHO scam busted - 'DarkPath Scammers' group suspected
The scam campaign comprised a network of 134 websites that attempted to lure people in by asking them to take a survey for a monetary reward.
Red Hat and the World Health Organisation team up to democratise healthcare knowledge
Red Hat Open Innovation Labs virtual residency has helped the World Health Organisation (WHO) to create a DevOps platform for ongoing open innovation.
Soul Machines joins WHO to bring better health support and info to global public
Soul Machines joins WHO's AI initiative, launching digital health worker Florence to aid in global tobacco quit.
Time to take responsibility: E-waste - a global crisis
e-Waste is the world’s fastest-growing domestic waste stream, fueled by consumption rates of equipment, short life cycles, and few options for repair.
WHO urges caution after emails, passwords stolen
Approximately 450 active WHO email addresses and passwords, and emails belonging to others working on fighting COVID-19, were leaked on the internet.
Google targets car safety
Data centres playing a key role in processing information from video cameras and radar sensors.