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IT goes without saying that education is important and with IR4.0 rapidly changing the landscape of the working world, it is crucial for us to learn more about emerging technology and be prepared for the future.
PETALING JAYA: Drones are no longer just for enthusiasts as they are now being taken to new heights in the world of technology and consumer use.
JAKARTA: News of a tragic incident at a high school in Cibubur, East Jakarta, last month has thrust the issue of teen suicide into the spotlight – a topic rarely discussed by the public or in schools.
BERLIN/BEIJING: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi rejected international criticism of his country's human rights record with regard to its Muslim minority following a meeting with his German counterpart, Heiko Maas, in Berlin on Valentine's Day (Feb 14).
BEIJING: China cracked down on the sale of exotic species after an outbreak of a new virus in 2002 was linked to markets selling live animals. The germ turned out to be a coronavirus that caused SARS. The ban was later lifted, and the animals reappeared. Now another coronavirus is spreading through China, so far killing 1,380 people and sickening more than 64,000 - eight times the number sickened by SARS.
For these three couples, technology helped Cupid’s arrows land on target.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): A special task force and two working teams are in the northern province of Vĩnh Phúc from Thursday (Feb 13) to help with the fight against the acute respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus (Covid-19), the Ministry of Health has said.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Public universities (UA) have their own autonomy in making decisions regarding postponement of classes following Covid-19 coronavirus infection.
In downtown Kabul, a robotic waitress named Timea rolls across a restaurant to serve a pizza and fries to a customer.
Dr Peter Friess, the curator of the Patek Philippe Museum, talks about Patek Philippe’s museum pieces and what goes into their curation.