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Do you remember playing Manhole on a Game & Watch? We invite you on a little gadget reverie.
Experts from China’s artificial intelligence companies underscored how the industry is devoted to alleviating social problems globally,
The Kunitachi College of Music in Tachikawa, Tokyo, and the University of Tokyo have launched a unique research project to determine whether a humanoid robot can conduct an orchestra and elicit a performance with artistic expression.
The Japanese government plans to create a performance simulator in which the roads around the Odaiba district of Tokyo are replicated in virtual reality,
Artificial intelligence (AI) is inching its way into every consumer product imaginable – from wearable devices that read a dog’s mood and companionship robots that ask for cuddles to beauty systems that analyse skin tone and outfits that recommend suitable shades of lipstick.
Walking down music memory lane can take an even more nostalgic turn when you think about how you listened to all those songs you loved so well.
Although unrelated, the last decade has seen two significant events: Nepal promulgated a new constitution after decades of instability and is now aiming for prosperity.
In a significant move aimed to protect Nepali migrant workers from possible exploitation, the Nepal government has introduced an online application system that will regulate the hiring of workers.
Beginning in July in Bhutan, a microchip would be embedded under the skin of pet dogs and quick response code around a dog’s neck would help locate dogs.