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KUALA LUMPUR: China will not tolerate misbehaviour involving its nationals in Malaysia, says its chief diplomat here.
In a landmark paper published in 1950, the mathematician Alan Turing proposed the eponymous Turing Test to decide whether a computer can demonstrate human-like intelligence. To pass the test, the computer must fool a human judge into believing it’s a person after a five-minute conversation conducted via text.
TOKYO (Reuters) - In the chill pre-dawn hours of Friday, Japan's Emperor Naruhito emerged from a shrine compound where he had spent a symbolic night with the sun goddess from whom conservatives believe his family descends, completing the rituals of his accession.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German lawmakers on Wednesday ousted a member of the far-right opposition Alternative for Germany (AfD) as head of a parliamentary committee after he made comments widely condemned as anti-Semitic.
Entrepreneurs are bringing Germany's history to life with the help of virtual and augmented reality apps. They are particularly useful as the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall approaches.
Tokyo: Tens of thousands of people gathered at a national festival to celebrate the enthronement of Japan’s Emperor Naruhito with dancers and pop stars offering jubilant performances.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fossils unearthed in southern Germany of a remarkable ape that lived about 11.6 million years ago may dramatically alter the understanding of the evolutionary origins of a fundamental human trait - walking upright on two legs.
The Nazca Lines in Peru are one of the world’s unsolved archaeological mysteries.
HANGZHOU: Cat tongues are more efficient than brushes, longer vacations mean a longer life and even dinosaurs suffered from neck arthritis – all this according to what is arguably the most bizarre science award in China, which once again paid its annual tribute to the spirit of curiosity.