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On the shores of Lake Ontario, a Canadian startup raised one of the earliest alarms about the risk posed by the mystery virus that emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan. How did it do it? Artificial intelligence.
Children and adolescents are being bombarded with ads on social media promoting harmful products from fast food to tobacco and alcohol, according to a United Nations-backed report on Feb 19 that called for regulation.
The public education game, whose Chinese name translates to “battle of pathogens”, aims to help communicate epidemic prevention tips to players. It was co-launched by a local government department in China with official newspaper People’s Daily and developed by ByteDance subsidiary Ohayoo.
China’s AI champion SenseTime latest to offer online learning after students told to stay home amid coronavirus outbreak
It is the first time that SenseTime has made available a countrywide education program for free. Previous forecast of annual growth of between 16% to 24% in online education sector over next three to five years may be revised upwards.
In this post-impeachment era of divisiveness and deadlock in the nation’s capital, Uncle Sam has a message for top US technologists: I Still Want You.
Gripping a scalpel, Vladislav Zaitsev makes an incision in the fold of skin between his client's thumb and index finger and pushes in a small glass cylinder.
China's government is enlisting the help of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and Tencent Holdings Ltd to expand colour-based systems for tracking individuals affected with the coronavirus nationwide.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Feb 17 ordered immediate action against women who live stream their sales pitches on Facebook wearing revealing clothing. The prime minister said the practice erodes traditional Cambodian values and disgraces women.
With schools remaining closed during coronavirus outbreak, China launches national remote learning platforms
A new national cloud learning platform will provide junior and senior high school students with study resources online. At the same time, educational content will be broadcast on national TV for primary school students.