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China plans hi-tech supervision of police officers and judges as party tightens grip on domestic security
A new automated system using big data technology will be used to identify procedural violations in investigations, trials and enforcement work. Machine learning and computer analysis will be used to check for deviations or abnormalities in verdicts and sentences handed down by judges.
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares in XOX Bhd were hotly traded in early trade Thursday with some 805 million shares exchanging hands, making it the most actively traded counter by volume.
BANGKOK (The Straits Times/ANN): Beijing has distanced itself from a controversial US$15 billion (S$20.5 billion) Myanmar border city allegedly being built around gambling by Chinese investors.
It sounds like a surefire bet. You lend money to a borrower who puts up collateral that exceeds the size of the loan, and then you earn interest of about 20%. What could possibly go wrong?
The Malaysia Digital Economy Corp (MDEC) has been known for its primary task to manage and take the lead in Malaysia’s digital economy forward.
From DR RAIS HUSSIN
FOR years, the Higher Education Ministry’s no objection certificate (NOC) and clearance letter (CL) – a form of quality control for students who studied in higher education institutions overseas – were plagued with allegations of forgery, especially among unqualified medical students.
Technology application could aid businesses with secure transactions
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): As the economy and travel gradually restart, migrant workers re-entering both the country and the workforce pose potential Covid-19 risks. To address this, the authorities have turned to digital technology, using tools like apps and wearable GPS devices to keep track of their health and movements.