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JOHOR BARU: Permaisuri Johor Raja Zarith Sofiah Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah has called upon all quarters not to present her with gifts in conjunction with Her Majesty's 62nd birthday on Saturday (Aug 14).
THE nature of Malaysia’s workforce is changing. Youths need to prepare for a variety of roles in a future that is seeing rapid transformation in digitisation and automation.
THE pandemic serves as a reminder of how much health matters to the individuals, society and the global economy. Better health means the growth of the economy by expanding the labour force, quality life care and a longer lifespan.
GEORGE TOWN: Perak Man – the oldest human skeleton discovered in Malaysia in 1991 – now has a face.
WARREN Buffett once said: “If you want to soar like an eagle in life, you can't be flocking with the turkeys.”
KEVIN Ashton was the first person who introduced the term “Internet of Things (IoT)” back in the late 1990s. However, the idea of “embedded Internet” can be traced back to at least a decade before the term was introduced. That said, the IoT did not get widespread attention until the acquisition of smart home appliance maker Nest by technology giant Google in 2014.
ISTANBUL, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- A Turkish charity makes a difference and puts a long-lasting smile on the faces of children with limb deformity, designing and printing low-cost mechanical hands and arms for them using 3D printers.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A year into the coronavirus epidemic, a Japanese retailer has come up with a new take on the theme of facial camouflage - a hyper-realistic mask that models a stranger's features in three dimensions.
KUALA LUMPUR: The younger generation needs to be encouraged to venture into technical fields, especially engineering which is often associated with the term “dirty, difficult and dangerous” or 3D, as these fields have brighter job market potential with higher returns, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (pic).