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Last month, the daughter of a jailed Cambodian opposition party leader received an e-mail from a well-seeming activist at a reputed Cambodian non-profit.
Chinese cyber spies have targeted Cambodian government institutions, opposition party members, diplomats and media, possibly to gather information ahead of elections later this month, according to cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc.
Tencent is getting ready to launch the international version of its digital videogame store and social platform WeGame in Hong Kong, according to the South China Morning Post.
SenseTime, the world’s most valuable artificial intelligence start-up, joins Megvii and Yitu Technology in establishing a beachhead for Chinese-developed facial recognition applications in major South-East Asian markets.
Congressional appropriations restrict Chinese telecoms, but stop short of the components ban that the Commerce Department had recommended.
Handheld weapons that could set fire to targets from long distances are no longer confined to science fiction but a fact of life, according to researchers
Patients need to have plenty of patience, especially in China’s under-resourced health care system.
The world’s most populous country is embracing AI to fill resource gaps in its health system, as private firms team up with hospitals on experimental diagnosis services.
Japanese networking site Wantedly looks to expand in South-East Asia, help companies ‘date’ millennials
Companies have had to adjust their hiring practices to attract millennial talent.
Facial recognition startup Yitu teams up with Chinese hospital to reduce cancer mortality rate using big data
Chinese startup Yitu Technology has teamed up with a hospital in Chengdu to use artificial intelligence to reduce wait times for lab results and speed up diagnosis and treatment of cancer.