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In the midst of a summer blockbuster season, where escapism, barbecues and superhero films reign, video game giant Electronic Arts is publishing the deeply personal Sea Of Solitude.
In a packed ballroom in Beijing’s national convention centre, the executive from a major technology company laid out ambitious plans for the future of artificial intelligence in China. He explained how customised semiconductors would help power everything from autonomous cars to voice-activated industrial machines.
Ali Ahamed’s black satchel was overflowing with turtles, their tiny heads poking out. Just a few feet away, on the hotel room floor, roughly 20 larger turtles with dark brown shells were removed from black suitcases and flipped onto their backs to keep them from crawling under the couch.
Far from the sunny, wide streets of Phoenix, where Waymo's self-driving taxis ply their trade, a handful of European startups are developing driverless cars to navigate the clogged, chaotic, rain-swept roads of European cities.
Players of Elite Dangerous have put teamwork and sci-fi ambition together to complete an arduous five-month odyssey across the Milky Way.
US President Donald Trump’s fury over leaked cables written by the British ambassador demonstrates the growing predicament faced by diplomats whose profession – once nearly synonymous with a stiff-upper-lip decorum – has become explosive in the era of Internet leaks.
GlaxoSmithKline Plc lured another executive from California’s biotech hotbed in a bid to step up its artificial intelligence efforts and revitalise drug research.
The massive hacking of Marriott International Inc reservation databases could lead to a £99mil (RM510.66mil or US$124mil) fine as the UK cracked down on privacy breaches with its second major penalty notice in two days.
Wimbledon has unleashed a new lightweight app to try and hook the growing tennis-loving market in Asia, while AI-generated highlights are getting smarter at spotting the most exciting action.