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University Teknologi Mara (UiTM) will be using green screen effects for its graduation ceremony to maintain social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Biometric facial recognition software only get better as they process more and more images. For the greedy algorithms, social media sites like Facebook and Instagram are the equivalent of a buffet.
Homegrown companies in Ipoh and Sitiawan prove that high tech outfits can thrive in a small town. Their services have expanded abroad but their headquarters remain where they started.
The coronavirus has forced Japan's notoriously fussy food shoppers to abandon doubts about online grocery stores, sending retailers such as Aeon Co scrambling to meet a surge in delivery demand.
When macOS Big Sur launches later this year, Apple computer owners will finally be able to watch Netflix in 4K HDR.
The UN says humanity recorded the highest amount of e-waste in 2019. Here’s how you can discard unwanted electronics responsibly
The Global E-waste Monitor 2020 report stated that in 2019, the world generated 53.6 million metric tons (Mt) or 7.3kg per capita of waste and only 17.4% was officially documented as properly collected and recycled.
If you've ever bought supermarket sushi, you may know the taste trauma that hit Kazuhiro Shimura one night. But "disappointing" tuna sparked an idea: he'd develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system to make sure your sashimi is always delicious.
Gig workers are clamouring for jobs that often pay less while facing stiff competition from a crush of newly unemployed workers also attempting to patch together a livelihood – all while trying to avoid contracting the coronavirus themselves.
In China, fighting pollution is one of the ‘three tough battles’, together with poverty reduction and achieving financial stability. More than 45 major Chinese cities have said they plan to establish a waste sorting system by the end of the year and smaller cities will follow suite by 2025.
A new video coding standard called VVC could cut data use for videos in half, and works with all resolutions from SD to 8K.