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Singapore has unveiled an ambitious strategy to become a global leader in artificial intelligence by 2030, attempting to carve out a niche for itself in an increasingly politicised technology.
Tech companies should be more transparent about how computer algorithms make decisions that affect people's lives, the inventor of the World Wide Web Tim Berners-Lee said on Nov 12.
China’s record Singles’ Day offers glimpse of future shopping trends as buyers embrace livestreaming
‘Live streaming is popular as it plays on the long-popular theme of TV shopping, but in a much more interactive and entertaining way,’ analyst says.
Avakin Life won Game of the Year and Best Technical Innovation at Britain's recent 2019 TIGA Awards, while The Dark Pictures: Man Of Medan scooped two: Best Action and Adventure Game, and Best Social Game.
Google announced the introduction of numerous changes to the computer and tablet versions of the YouTube homepages. The new features will be progressively deployed from Nov 8.
Apple Inc pitches its new card as a model of simplicity and transparency, upending everything consumers think about credit cards.
Apple Inc and Goldman Sachs Group Inc, two of the most recognisable companies in tech and finance, are caught up in a growing debate over whether lenders unintentionally discriminate when they use complex models to determine how Americans borrow money.
China cracks down on speculative trading in limited edition shoes, but ‘sneakerheads’ continue to fuel phenomenon
People’s Bank of China has said that speculative buying of limited edition trainers had become a problem and warned speculators against using more than a dozen online platforms. Growing popularity of sneaker trading has seen Sneaker Con launch its first event in Shanghai and US-based marketplace GOAT launch a China-specific app.
Lyft Inc held talks with London’s main transport regulator about making an entrée into the European city through its bike-share programme this summer – a move that, had it happened, would have marked a significant departure for the ride-hailing company that has long focused only on the US and Canada.
While vehicle cabins continue to be equipped with more and more digital displays and touchscreen panels that keep growing in size, Jaguar Land Rover is working on completely swapping out the dash and body panels with curved OLED screens.