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Facebook is buying a stake in Indian e-commerce startup Meesho, the head of the US tech giant's Indian business said on June 13, looking to deepen its reach in one of the world's biggest Internet markets.
Indira Marquez Robles felt helpless. Just before her comparative politics class, the 19-year-old Oglethorpe University student learned that her stepfather had been arrested on suspicion of DUI and taken into Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody in Georgia. A tuition payment loomed. Legal fees would pile up.
Australia's top-ranked university said on June 4 hackers breached its cyber defences late last year to obtain sensitive data, including students' bank account numbers and passport details going back 19 years.
From the 12th floor of Jenoptik's headquarters, chief executive Stefan Traeger points to his laser factory and the university that provides it with talent. Welcome to "Optics Valley" – a role model for Germany's East in a big year for the region.
How did you learn about money when you were a kid? Maybe your parents handed you a few dollars to swing by the grocery store for milk. After getting through the checkout line and carefully counting out the change, perhaps you stuffed the rest back into your pocket and headed back home.
China’s social media companies employ thousands to censor content that falls afoul of the country’s stringent regulations governing the Internet. While AI is used to remove banned content, many decisions are taken by humans, especially if they involve context.
Yoon Chang-hyun's parents told him to get his sanity checked when he quit his secure job as a researcher at Samsung Electronics Co in 2015 to start his own YouTube channel.
People.cn, the online unit of China's influential People's Daily, is boosting its numbers of human Internet censors backed by artificial intelligence to help firms vet content on apps and adverts, capitalising on its unmatched Communist Party lineage.
Less than a decade after stunning workers at his Japanese tech giant with an edict to learn English, billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani wants to do the same with computer programming.
JPMorgan Chase & Co is testing neuroscience-based videogames to help recruit interns, as it seeks to increase the diversity of its workforce by broadening its candidate pool.