You have searched for "Artificial intelligence"
Showing 1-10 of 5522
FOUR years ago, real estate developer and self-described political outsider Donald Trump raised the anti-establishment banner, unleashed a populist political storm in the United States, and won the US presidential election, overturning power in Washington and changing the country's foreign policy.
Automakers in Japan, where almost 30% of the population is 65 or older, are taking the lead on adapting cars so the nation’s legions of elderly drivers can feel more confident – and be safer – behind the wheel.
KUALA LUMPUR: Global semiconductor revenue is forecast to increase to US$450bil this year and climb to US$500bil in market size in 2024, with steady annual growth between 4% and 6%, according to International Data Corporation (IDC).
This year, 254,335 tweets mentioned the international electronics trade show, CES, almost three times less than in 2020 (when 676,594 tweets were counted).
Following a heated scandal over Luda, a chatbot that ended up being unplugged amid controversies over its hypersexualisation and unfiltered comments on sexual minorities, South Korea faces another socio-technological issue on how to tackle artificial intelligence technology that targets real, living celebrities as victims of deepfake porn.
PETALING JAYA: From BPN 2.0 payments to BitCoin plunges, check out The Star's top stories from Jan 11 to Jan 17,2021.
Assistive technology can break down barriers and open up a new world for people with disabilities, and the need has never been greater as nations speed up to become tech-centric in the face of the pandemic.
Tencent-backed video-sharing app Kuaishou wins green light from Hong Kong to raise up to US$6 billion
With a user base of 300 million daily live-streaming users, Beijing-based Kuaishou is the world’s second-largest video-sharing appIPO could set the stage for listings by competitors Bilibili, Douyin and iQiyi
HONG KONG, Jan. 16 (Xinhua): This year marks the 30th anniversary of the dialogue relations between China and the 10-member Association of South-East Asian Nations (Asean).
For years, legal troubles have cast a cloud over Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee as he stood on the cusp of stepping out of his father's shadow and making a name for himself as the leader of the global tech giant.