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'Magic' penalty leaves Thai goalie in despair

Bangkok (AFP) - A Thai goalkeeper was left red-faced after sprinting from his goaline to celebrate a penalty hitting the crossbar in a shoot-out -- only to watch the ball spectacularly spin back into the empty net.

’Idiots of the century’ swim in baited croc trap

SYDNEY: A group of men seen swimming inside a baited crocodile trap in Australia near where a woman was recently eaten were blasted as “idiots of the century” Tuesday.

Apple sees its mobile devices as platform for artificial intelligence

Apple Inc sees its mobile devices as a major platform for artificial intelligence in the future, chief operating officer Jeff Williams said.

The iPhoneX promises new facial recognition features such as Face ID that uses a mathematical model of a person’s face to allow the user to sign on to their phones.  — AFP

Amazon backs German artificial intelligence research hub

Amazon.com will open an artificial intelligence research centre in the German university city of Tuebingen, creating 100 jobs over the next five years.

Amazon said it would also contribute €1.25mil euros (RM6.23mil) to Germany's Cyber Valley collaborative research effort. — Reuters

Facebook tests separate news feed for commercial posts

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook Inc said on Monday it was testing the idea of dividing its News Feed in two, separating commercial posts from personal news in a move that could lead some businesses to increase advertising.

Facebook tests splitting its News Feed into two

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook Inc said on Monday it was testing the idea of dividing its News Feed in two, separating commercial posts from personal news in a move that could lead some businesses to increase advertising

The change could force those who run pages, everyone from news outlets to musicians to sports teams, to pay to run advertisements if they want to be seen in the feed that is for friends and family.

Reaching out to the orang asli folk

PETALING JAYA: Engineer Raja Fernaliz Raja Harris is looking to hold a carnival of cheer for the orang asli villagers near Kuala Woh, Perak, by bringing the FreeMarket initiative to them for the fourth time.

Sharing happiness: (From left) Engineer Raja Fernaliz Raja Harris with her father Raja Harris Raja Hasbullah, village elder Bah Deh and husband Wan Irfan Rinezry at last year’s FreeMarket event.

News nibbles

Giant groupers, or their scientific name Epinephelus Lanceolatus, are bred to produce male seed at the Fisheries Research Institute in Tanjong Demong in Besut. The seeding and far

Boiling over landslide tragedy

Comment - By K. Suthakar
The incident brings into focus the many hillslope developments on Penang island.

Worrying issue: Many believe massive floods which have hit the state regularly is also caused by the vanishing forest and hill-cutting activities although the blame has always been put on excessive rainfall. — Bernama

DAP MP pens poem about interfering with nature

PETALING JAYA: With the Tanjung Bungah landslide tragedy still fresh in Malaysian minds, DAP veteran Kepong MP Dr Tan Seng Giaw penned an ode to the importance of environmental stewardship.

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