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China’s AI champions are already powering a mind-boggling array of processes and this will rise in 2020
Eight Chinese artificial intelligence companies, including Megvii and iFlyTek, were put on the US trade blacklist in October. Megvii claims that being added to the US Entity List had actually turned into a “coming of age gift”.
In a significant move aimed to protect Nepali migrant workers from possible exploitation, the Nepal government has introduced an online application system that will regulate the hiring of workers.
The former head of Nissan Motor Co and Renault SA, who was awaiting the first of two trials in Tokyo, somehow evaded almost round-the-clock manned and video surveillance and heavy restrictions on his freedom of movement to flee to Lebanon.
Public officials in California have spent the last two years wrangling over a law that addresses sweeping concerns about privacy in the Internet age. On Jan 1, the law – the California Consumer Privacy Act – officially took effect.
The world’s biggest technology companies are heading to Las Vegas for the annual CES trade show next week, with even Apple Inc making a rare official appearance. But don’t expect any breakthrough new hardware.
Foreign exchange company Travelex has suspended some of its online services after the company discovered a software virus in its system.
Apple chief Tim Cook saw his annual pay slip to US$11.6mil (RM47.65mil) in 2019 after the company registered a weaker financial performance compared with the previous year, according to documents filed Jan 3.
Nissan's former Chairman Carlos Ghosn, who skipped bail in Japan and turned up in Lebanon, was last seen on surveillance video leaving his Tokyo home alone, presumably to board his getaway plane.
Concerns that Washington may revive the draft to fight a new war in the Middle East spiked after the US killed a top Iranian military leader in a drone strike, taking down the Selective Service System website.
Starting on Jan 6, YouTube will overhaul its systems to comply with a landmark privacy ruling, a move that could dent revenue for the Google video giant and thousands of its creators.