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The use of MySejahtera to record users’ personal information is safer than manual registration or doing it with other applications, said Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) president Dr N. Ganabaskaran.
Europe’s experiment in using technology to fight coronavirus has achieved some early successes: millions of people have downloaded smartphone tracker apps and hundreds have uploaded the results of positive COVID-19 tests.
A video containing dubious information about the coronavirus that was widely shared on social media on July 27, including by US president Donald Trump, is backed by a conservative activist group called the Tea Party Patriots.
China calls for joint development in AI to reduce risk of technology gap between rich and poor countries
China’s AI industry continues to grow, with core activities in the sector valued at US$7bil and the number of AI enterprises exceeding 2,600 at the end of 2019. The conference attracted executives from nearly 500 companies and institutions, including US firms Intel, Tesla, Microsoft and Nvidia, as well as scientists and scholars.
The technology already exists to detect most new cases of the novel coronavirus in the United States. And it’s not even that expensive.
When a man in Seoul tested positive for the new coronavirus in May, South Korean authorities were able to confirm his wide-ranging movements in and outside the city in minutes, including five bars and clubs he visited on a recent night out.
On April 1, a researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention emailed Nevada public health counterparts for lab reports on two travelers who had tested positive for the coronavirus. She asked Nevada to send those records via a secure network or a “password protected encrypted file” to protect the travelers' privacy.
Layla Keith had just gotten off a flight from Singapore when she and her fellow passengers were met at the gate by Hong Kong government officials and ushered onto buses that shuttled them to a nearby convention center.
As countries around the world ease the lockdowns that have been crippling their economies, the race is on to develop smartphone apps to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus when people are no longer confined to their homes.
As most public Internet centres have been shut down due to the movement control order, it’s important for students to learn to manage their data.