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KUALA LUMPUR: Can bots save lives? An Indonesian architect who harnesses social media to improve disaster relief - a project that could win a $250,000 international award - believes so.
Can bots save lives? An Indonesian architect who harnesses social media to improve disaster relief – a project that on Dec 12 could win a US$250,000 (RM1.03mil) international award – believes so.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Anti-government protesters paralysed parts of Hong Kong for a fifth day on Friday, forcing schools to close and blocking some main roads, as university students barricaded campuses and authorities struggled to calm the violence.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile's finance minister warned on Tuesday of the "grave consequences" for the nation's economy of three weeks of often violent unrest, after the peso slid 4% to hit a historic low against the dollar.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Police in Hong Kong battled pro-democracy protesters at several university campuses in sometimes savage clashes, as parts of the city were paralysed including Hong Kong's Central financial district that was tear-gassed for a second day running.
Russia is succeeding in imposing a highly effective internet censorship regime across thousands of disparate, privately owned providers in an effort also aimed at making government snooping pervasive, according to a study released Nov 6.
PENANG Adventist Hospital’s Charity Light Run saw 1,820 participants taking to the streets to shine a ray of hope for needy heart patients.
Beijing Metro plans to roll out facial recognition in its stations and police around the country are also testing the technology.
According to Dr Sivarani Sathasivam, consultant cardiologist and physician at ParkCity Medical Centre, heart attacks are becoming more common among young Malaysians.
The real impact of the attack on Saudi oil installations goes well beyond the temporary loss of 5% of global oil production: It strikes at the heart of the mechanism that’s guaranteed the security of the world’s crude supply for most of the past 50 years.