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As debate swirls on whether artificial intelligence will be a boon or a curse for humanity, two Indian-American entrepreneur brothers are out to ensure the emerging technologies don’t just benefit the richest in society.
Gooda Creek Farm, located just outside Australia's capital city of Canberra, exemplifies the country's agricultural ambitions – a boutique producer that sells more than 2,000kg a week of highly sought shiitake mushrooms to domestic and Asian consumers.
Ma Jun’s years as an environmental activist taught him one lesson: if you want factories to clean up their act, shaming them in front of Apple Inc and Wal-Mart Stores Inc works better than government fines.
In the historic battle of birds versus farmers, there’s a new hi-tech scarecrow in town.
Australia's government-built US$36bil (RM152.26bil) broadband network, already under attack from underwhelmed customers, has found a new and formidable enemy – cockatoos are chewing through cables across the country.
Striking gold used to be a matter of luck, but tools used to track criminals, diseases and social networks could soon uncover vast troves of valuable minerals
Despite the adoption of drones, iPhone apps and satellite-driven sensors, the hand and knife still harvest the bulk of more than 200 crops in California.
China’s SZ DJI Technology Co unveiled a small camera drone starting at US$499 (RM2,135) that can take off and land from the palm of a hand, seeking to appeal to the broader consumer market.