Europe’s mental health crisis in the data: which country uses the most antidepressants?

Global consumption of antidepressant (AD) drugs has increased dramatically in the past two decades, with Europeans being the largest consumers. Antidepressant use increased nearly two and a half times from 2000 to 2020 in 18 European countries, according to data from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). OECD data also shows a significant … Read more

Pioneering Sustainability and Circularity in a Timeless Industry – POLITICO

Circular economy – What’s Next? The circular economy is one of the building blocks of the European Green Deal and Europe’s Agenda for Sustainable Growth. Circulation is also one of the six EU environmental goals included in the EU classification. European institutions have identified textiles as one of the sectors with the highest rate of … Read more

Lawmakers do not need to choose between consumer privacy and an ad-supported internet

The promise of a free and open web is still very much alive, even amid growing concerns surrounding consumer data privacy, Clark Rector of the American Advertising Association writes for our site. Deep dive into data and privacy. Online privacy, interest-based advertising, and data use by marketers are back in the spotlight. Then again, did … Read more

TCC receives a grant of $40,000 to develop an artificial intelligence lab

Tulsa Community College has been awarded a $40,000 grant to develop an artificial intelligence lab. TCC is one of 15 colleges selected nationwide to receive a grant as part of the Artificial Intelligence Incubator Network Initiative, a collaboration between the American Association of Community Colleges, Dell Technologies and Intel, officials announced this week. The college … Read more

NYPD data sees sharp rise in arrests among those with history of mental illness – NBC New York

what do you know The number of arrests related to individuals with a history of mental health has risen in the past five years, according to New York police statistics obtained by NBC 4 New York. Mental health and how police respond to incidents that may involve an emotionally disturbed person has been at the … Read more

The European Union wants to hold companies responsible for the damage caused by AI – Politico

The European Commission on Wednesday proposed a new Grammar That would see makers of software and AI-powered products forced to compensate people affected by their creativity. A new AI liability directive would make it easier to sue for compensation when a person or organization is harmed or harmed by drones and AI-powered robots or by … Read more