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HONG KONG, Nov 29 (SCMP): JD Digits, the e-commerce giant’s big data arm, is building up a smart city operating system that uses artificial intelligenceAlibaba, Tencent and Baidu all have their own plans for Xiongan, a smart city project personally backed by Chinese President Xi Jinping
IN the past few years, significant and rapid progress has been made in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). It’s come to a point where students and their parents are understandably asking: “If I enrol in a particular degree, will I end up in a dead-end career because the job will eventually be done by machines?”
New York-based businesswoman Ruth Harrigan usually sells her honey and beeswax products in souvenir shops. But with Covid-19 pausing tourism, she’s been almost entirely dependent on Facebook ads to drive online sales.
RECENTLY, I was invited to speak in a panel session about jobs and the economy beyond 2021. Why 2021? This is because everyone is hoping that vaccines will become widely available by next year and hopefully, economies and jobs around the world will see rapid recovery and growth.
The US and China are jostling to dominate advanced technologies, from 5G to quantum computing and AI. China filed more than 110,000 artificial intelligence patent applications last year.
SAIC Motor, an early adopter of the smart car, sets up US$1bil fund to invest in Internet-linked vehicles with Alibaba
SAIC Motor would invest 5.4bil yuan to create the 7.2bil yuan fund with Shanghai Zhangjiang Hi-tech Park Development, according to an exchange filing. Hengxu Capital will separately contribute less than 0.1 per cent of the fund’s capital to invest in smart electric vehicle technologies.
Dublin High School’s robotics team has come up with a creative solution to help clean parts of the school outside during the pandemic – a sanitising drone.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): British technology company Dyson is planning for a new advanced manufacturing hub in Singapore, as part of a £2.75 billion (S$4.93 billion) investment which will include the United Kingdom and the Philippines.
Countries must do more to combat racial profiling, UN rights experts said on Nov 26, warning that artificial intelligence programmes like facial recognition and predictive policing risked reinforcing the harmful practice.