We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another.
IT is hard to believe that technology can overwhelm every aspect of human life, but today it seems to be coming true.
IN a time of ebbing professions: first, this was no more – the faithful typewriter, after Industrial Revolution 3.0 (in the 60s-70s) ushered in the computer era for scribes.
The Chinese billionaire behind teen phenomenon TikTok is a 36-year-old Zhang Yiming in Beijing-based startup Bytedance.
THE movement of technology in the Industrial Revolution 4.0 (innovative lifestyle and work through use of robotics and AI) presents Cambodian youths with a new picture of career change, but working academic groups perceive that limited education among Cambodian youths will be a setback in the long run.
China has witnessed the blossoming of its AI industry, thanks to government policy support, and entrepreneurs and investors.
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Recent advances in artificial intelligence have been nothing short of dramatic. AI is transforming nearly every sector of society, from transportation to medicine to defense.
Electronics giant Sony announced a plan to provide an AI-based ride-hailing system to Japanese cab companies.
China’s planned CCTV network sees investors pouring money into facial recognition software.
The Philippines outsourcing industry is worried that artificial intelligence will hurt the sector.
Sony brings back AIBO more than a decade since it last made the robotic dog, as the firm seeks to rebuild its renown for innovation.
Diagnos, a company specialising in healthcare equipment, announces a new partnership with Garuda Health Services.