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Covid-19: New AI tool can help pinpoint most vulnerable patients, says joint Chinese-US development team
This tool can determine risk for acute respiratory distress syndrome, the fluid build-up in the lungs, with up to 80% accuracy. Doctors can use the tool to assess which patients need beds and who can safely go home, as hospital resources are stretched thin in many countries.
KUALA LUMPUR: Staying connected is understandably a priority for consumers during the extended movement control order (MCO) period. With Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) being Malaysia’s leading integrated telco, here are some frequently asked questions on the different touchpoints you can reach out to, in order to access customer service to #stayconnected while you #sTayhoMe.
PETALING JAYA: The closure of schools as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak has left teachers and students flocking to online learning platforms and instant messaging apps for teaching and learning.But the process hasn’t been smooth for many.
MANY people in Malaysia and around the world are doing something they are not used to. Work has come to their homes and people are remotely working from their residence to get their jobs done.
PETALING JAYA: The police say that a viral video of a robbery, supposedly at a supermarket in Taman Sri Manja, is of an incident which occurred last year.
Group video chat app Houseparty offered a reward of US$1mil (RM4.32mil) for evidence of what it said was a smear campaign against the company as it fought to quash claims that the app was stealing data from others installed on the same smartphone.
MCO: Maxis, Digi, Yoodo or Tune Talk user? Find out how you can get your free daily 1GB Internet data starting April 1
Maxis, Digi, Yoodo and Tune Talk users can find out how to redeem free 1GB Internet data starting April 1.
SHANGHAI: Huawei said Tuesday (March 31) it had sustained solid growth in its global businesses in 2019 despite a US campaign to isolate the Chinese tech giant, but warned of its "most difficult year" ahead.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Justice Minister Christine Lambrecht told Deutschlandfunk radio on Tuesday that tracking apps to help tackle coronavirus could only be used voluntarily in Germany, where people are deeply suspicious of digital surveillance.