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In Mississippi, an online vaccine registration system buckled in a sudden onslaught of traffic. Officials at a local health department in Georgia had to resort to counting every dose they receive before scheduling appointments. A US$44mil (RM177.87mil) national vaccine scheduling and tracking system is going largely unused by states.
As the pandemic forces us to embrace an online world, experts say we need to be extra careful about our hearing when using headphones.
Charlette N’Guessan Desiree loved maths and science as a student in Ivory Coast, but never imagined she would one day use her problem-solving savvy to develop facial recognition technology more adept at identifying and verifying African faces.
Technology that measures emotions based on biometric indicators such as facial movements, tone of voice or body movements, is increasingly being marketed in China, researchers say, despite concerns about its accuracy and wider human rights implications.
The Communications and Multimedia Ministry (KKMM) has launched a Telegram channel for members of the public to provide feedback on the Emergency declaration.
Artificial intelligence already is making strides in the development of new drugs, and now the pesticide industry wants in on the action.
Indian Government muzzles Twitter as Rihanna, Greta Thunberg add celebrity support for farmer protests
Social media platform Twitter is the eye of a political storm in India after the federal government came down hard on it for unblocking accounts supporting the long-running protests by farmers.
From online lion dance watch parties to virtual greeting cards, tech is helping Malaysians observe the Chinese New Year while staying safe.
Your hard drive gives up the ghost, your files are hijacked by ransomware or there’s a fire at home. None of these scenarios seem particularly immediate – and yet you still have to be prepared for them.
Security experts have long worried that advances in quantum computing could eventually make it easier to break encryption that protects the privacy of people’s data.