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Megvii makes deep learning AI framework open-source as China moves to reduce reliance on US platforms
Initially developed in 2014, MegEngine is part of Megvii’s proprietary AI platform, Brain++. China’s reliance on US-originated deep learning frameworks is seen as a significant gap in its AI ecosystem.
ZURICH (Reuters) - The World Health Organization is impressed by the offers of technology to help fight the coronavirus, but privacy and human rights must be protected, Michael Ryan, WHO's top emergencies expert said on Wednesday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Association of Banks in Malaysia (ABM) has come up in full support for Bank Negara Malaysia’s proposed moratorium on payment of interest and principal for credit facilities for six months with effect from April 1.
PETALING JAYA: Following the movement control order (MCO) triggered by the Covid-19 outbreak, Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin has decided to celebrate the fifth birthday of his son in self-isolation.
Britain, Germany and Italy are evaluating powerful and invasive tools for what epidemiologists call contact-tracing, the mapping of personal interactions that could spread the virus. These apps would use real-time phone data to pinpoint virus carriers and people they might have infected.
Google, Microsoft, and Apple are among the companies who announced last week that a scheduled event will be cancelled, postponed or converted to a virtual, online-only conference in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak.
BEIJING: Wang Jiayi, a 31-year-old fashion magazine editor living in Tongzhou district of Beijing, is relying on a vending machine powered by artificial intelligence (AI) at her residential compound to supply her with fresh fruit, vegetables and other necessities.
MELAKA: Melaka government will exempt school canteen operators from paying rent for March and April, to help reduce their burden during the movement control order (MCO) period.
Nominations are open for the fifth edition of the Basque Culinary World Prize that celebrates chefs who ‘transform society through gastronomy.’
ZURICH (Reuters) - On March 6, Gianluca Preziosa, the head of an Italian ventilator maker, received an urgent request. The Italian authorities wanted his help for an all-out effort to meet a desperate need for ventilators.