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Robot-made coffee and burgers in San Francisco? How automation is affecting jobs

Nobody’s perfect, not even robots. So at some Bay Area businesses where automation is front and centre, robots still need a helping human hand or two to make sure everything is OK.

Facebook researching new breed of semiconductor

LONDON: Facebook Inc’s chief AI researcher has suggested the company is working on a new class of semiconductor that would work very differently than most existing designs.

Facebook’s AI chief researching new breed of semiconductor

Facebook Inc’s chief AI researcher has suggested the company is working on a new class of semiconductor that would work very differently than most existing designs.

LeCun said that for the moment, GPUs would remain important for deep learning research, but the chips were ill-suited for running the AI algorithms once they were trained, whether that was in datacentres or on devices like mobile phones or home digital assistants. — Reuters

California startup paves the way for autonomous driving software

Autonomous driving is all anyone can talk about nowadays. The California-based startup Artisense has a new approach to creating maps for driverless vehicles that could be the cheapest option yet.

Artisense creates a map of the streets by using "cloud-based geospatial intelligence." — Artisense GmbH/dpa

Speaker: Parliament to have childcare centre this year

KUALA LUMPUR: A childcare centre will be set up in Parliament for the convenience of female MPs and parliamentary staff with young children, said Dewan Rakyat Spea­ker Datuk Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof.

One for the album: Mohamad Ariff (centre) posing for a photo with participants at the ‘Women’s Political Leadership: Creating Positive Change’ conference at the Parliament building. — Bernama

What’s under debate in talks

Beijing: US and Chinese officials wrapped up days of trade talks here with plans to resume negotiations in Washington this week as the world’s top two economies try to smooth out their thorny trade row.

Researchers keeps wraps on automatic text generator to prevent misuse

Researchers this week announced they had developed an automatic text generator using artificial intelligence which is very good – so good, it is keeping details private for now.

The researchers said there were numerous ways the program could be used for nefarious purposes, including to generate fake news articles, impersonating others online, and automating fake content on social media. — AFP

Steve Ballmer bleeds Microsoft, but goes with Amazon deal for Clippers

The Los Angeles Clippers, owned by former Microsoft Corp chief executive officer Steve Ballmer, signed a partnership with Inc’s cloud business as the billionaire seeks to reimagine how fans watch sports in a world of cord-cutters and legalised US sports betting.

Actress Jennifer Garner (left) watches along with Ballmer during the first half of an NBA basketball game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors on Jan 18, 2019, in Los Angeles. — AP

Providing a conducive ecosystem

Policy needs to look into areas that will support the developmentof a strong network for SMEs

Creating awareness: There needs to be greater awareness for SMEs to adopt technology. - AFP

EcoWorld to introduce robot service at Eco Nest

ISKANDAR PUTERI: Eco World Development Group Bhd (EcoWorld Malaysia) is set to introduce the country’s first robot guest registration and food delivery system in the third quarter of this year at its Eco Nest serviced apartments.

Eco World Development Group Berhad division general manager Datuk Hoe Mee Ling (second from left) and Dun-Qian Intelligent Hotel Management Co Ltd chief operating officer Sam Wu (fifth from left) signing the document during the memorandum of understanding signing ceremony between Eco World Malaysia with Dun-Qian Hotel Management Co Ltd at Eco Nest, Iskandar Puteri on Feb 17. Looking on are State Women Development and Tourism Committee chairman Liow Cai Tung (third from left), Eco World Malaysia president and chief executive officer Datuk Chang Khim Wah (forth from left).