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Covid-19: Chinese censors kick teachers out of online classrooms for politics, profanity and smoking
Teachers take to social media to complain that touchy streaming services cut them off for terms and discussions that are important to lessons. Education ministry has started TV broadcasts to pupils in remote areas.
Silicon Valley on Feb 19 was mourning a pioneering computer scientist whose accomplishments included inventing the widely relied on "cut, copy and paste" command.
A crackdown in Cambodia on women who wear provocative clothing while selling goods via Facebook live streams was slammed by women's rights groups on Wednesday as dangerous and baseless.
The public education game, whose Chinese name translates to “battle of pathogens”, aims to help communicate epidemic prevention tips to players. It was co-launched by a local government department in China with official newspaper People’s Daily and developed by ByteDance subsidiary Ohayoo.
China’s AI champion SenseTime latest to offer online learning after students told to stay home amid coronavirus outbreak
It is the first time that SenseTime has made available a countrywide education program for free. Previous forecast of annual growth of between 16% to 24% in online education sector over next three to five years may be revised upwards.
When dating apps and websites fail, Silicon Valley ‘tech elites’ turn to an old-school resource to find love – human matchmakers
Most Silicon Valley outsourcing is done out in the open. But there's one service hardly anyone will admit they're paying for, even as it empties their pockets, shapes the way they dress and perhaps even who they marry: high-end matchmaking.
With schools remaining closed during coronavirus outbreak, China launches national remote learning platforms
A new national cloud learning platform will provide junior and senior high school students with study resources online. At the same time, educational content will be broadcast on national TV for primary school students.
For these three couples, technology helped Cupid’s arrows land on target.
In downtown Kabul, a robotic waitress named Timea rolls across a restaurant to serve a pizza and fries to a customer.
Achmad Zaky spoke with unusual candor after taking the stage in Jakarta that October afternoon. People stopped chattering and lowered their phones when he began recounting the decade he spent building one of Indonesia’s most successful startups. What none of the hundreds in the cavernous hall knew then: it was his last big public act as chief executive of Bukalapak.com