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Universal Studios Japan plans to open its US$580mil (RM2.36bil) Nintendo attraction on Feb 4, finally debuting a long-delayed effort to introduce Mario and other beloved characters to real-world theme park visitors.
New York-based businesswoman Ruth Harrigan usually sells her honey and beeswax products in souvenir shops. But with Covid-19 pausing tourism, she’s been almost entirely dependent on Facebook ads to drive online sales.
Robots can fill in for humans in public places where Covid-19 tends to circulate more.
To showcase the beauty of the region of Kyoto in Japan, a train company and an e-commerce giant organised a virtual tour of several of the area's nature sites for the Chinese market. However, the move sparked ire among residents.
U Mobile has partnered with ZTE to conduct 5G trials to gather insights and learnings that will help the telco accelerate its 5G deployment goals when 5G is ready for commercial rollout.
A drone taxi and a drone delivery were tested in South Korea’s capital on Nov 11 as the country moves closer to launching unmanned air vehicles by 2025.
Japan’s Honda Motor Co said on Nov 11 it will be the world’s first automaker to mass produce sensor-packed level 3 autonomous cars that will allow drivers to let their vehicles navigate congested expressway traffic.
SenseTime and Megvii, the most valuable Chinese AI unicorns worth US$7.5bil and US$4bil respectively, were added to the US Entity List in October last year. In 2019, surveillance was the biggest single end-use for AI in China, accounting for 53.8% of all AI-powered applications.
What economic recovery? China’s delivery drivers just along for the ride as other opportunities remain elusive
Despite China’s economy seeing considerable growth in the third quarter, a large segment of its working class is still feeling effects of the pandemic. A total of 24.7% of industry-leading Meituan’s 2.95 million delivery riders had at least a bachelor’s degree at the end of July, up from 18% a year earlier.
Americans enduring a feeble economy and high unemployment because of the coronavirus pandemic are creating startup companies at a record pace.