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Gambling was outlawed in mainland China by the Communist Party when it took over in 1949, but is making a comeback via websites and apps aimed at Chinese customers and based offshore.
Covid-19: Octopus to provide data to University of Hong Kong researchers on city residents’ movements to check virus spread
Professor Gabriel Leung, dean of HKU’s faculty of medicine, earlier said transport data would make it easier to track the transmission of the virus. Octopus says the data will be only of aggregate value and will not reveal the identity of any individuals or the usage of any particular card.
As customer fears about the coronavirus cast a shadow over China’s food delivery industry, several companies have announced robot delivery-related services. Meituan put its autonomous delivery vehicles on public roads for the first time this week, while JD.com and Ele.me are sending robots into quarantine areas.
Masks could be preventing China’s massive surveillance system from reading faces fully, according to AI scientists. Suspects who avoided home quarantine were at large for weeks, going to shopping malls, dining in restaurants and playing mahjong in entertainment centres.
In coronavirus-hit China, not wearing a face mask is a big no-no. Now, drones equipped with loudspeakers are out admonishing those who fail to follow public-health safety practices.
Microsoft’s AI mahjong bot can deal with “high uncertainty” and present human-like instincts, executive says. The bot has already surpassed average level of top players at a competition in Japan, Microsoft says.
Split off from one of the world's biggest games, the fan-made 'Dota Auto Chess' has been one of 2019's surprise successes.
The average American videogamer is 33 years old, prefers to play on their smartphone and is spending big on content – 20% more than a year ago and 85% more than in 2015, a report showed on May 9.
During the last week of March, Apple reached a record market value of US$754bil (RM3.27tril), Google tweaked a policy to protect its US$22bil (RM95.60bil)-a-quarter advertising business and Yahoo inched toward closing a US$4.83bil (RM20.98bil) sale.