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The wedding hall was booked and home furnishing all bought but the bride – one of thousands of women to fall victim to an epidemic of high-tech voyeurism in South Korea – is not here.
In cram school-obsessed South Korea, students fork out for classes in everything from K-pop auditions to real estate deals. Now, top Korean firms are rolling out artificial intelligence in hiring – and jobseekers want to learn how to beat the bots.
A recent research study in the US has shown that high school students who are victims of cyberbullying, and physical and/or sexual violence, have riskier attitudes toward their health, such as using drugs or not using condoms during sex.
Robots were front and center at the CES gadget show in Las Vegas. One even made pizza.
Facial-recognition technology has become embedded in China, from airports to hotels, e-commerce sites and even public toilets, but a law professor had enough when asked to scan his face at a safari park.
Wireless companies will continue developing their 5G networks in Chicago in 2020, but it will be years before most US consumers take advantage of the ultrafast download speeds.
China’s AI champions are already powering a mind-boggling array of processes and this will rise in 2020
Eight Chinese artificial intelligence companies, including Megvii and iFlyTek, were put on the US trade blacklist in October. Megvii claims that being added to the US Entity List had actually turned into a “coming of age gift”.
An anti-robocalls measure signed into law Dec 30 by President Donald Trump should help reduce the torrent of unwanted calls promising lower interest rates or pretending to be the IRS, though it won't make all such calls disappear.
The rate of poor eyesight among primary and middle school students in Beijing from 2017 to 2018 was 59.5%, down two percentage points compared with five years ago.
For decades, Chinese people prized government-funded jobs for the stability. Not anymore, says new survey.