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Celcom is working with Langkawi's police and local council to roll out a 5G camera system to make the Island's beaches and tourist spots safer.
London's Design Museum awards six award-winning designs for improving peoples' lives and giving new meaning to thinking out of the box.
Bay Area rapper Saweetie didn't intend for My Type to come out as a single. But when a clip of the bouncy anthem about desirable (and slightly vulgar) attributes in a partner started to take off on TikTok as part of a social media challenge, it became clear the song would be her defining hit.
Artificial intelligence appears to be "widening inequality", and its deployment should be subject to tough regulations and limits, especially for sensitive technologies such as facial recognition, a research report said.
BEIJING: The Xinjiang regional government in China’s far west is deleting data, destroying documents, tightening controls on information and has held high-level meetings in response to leaks of classified papers on its mass detention camps for Uighurs and other predominantly Muslim minorities, according to four people in contact with government employees there.
Education has kicked into high gear in most parts of the world, yet in Malaysia, we’re still aimlessly cruising the neighbourhood.
Asia today has half of the world’s middle class and some two-thirds of the world’s great urban agglomerations. More Asians live under some form of democracy, imperfect as many of them doubtless are, than any other region in the world.
KUALA LUMPUR: Science and technology will be the answer to Malaysia breaking away from the “middle-income trap”, says Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin.
WHAT will matter most when solving the world’s biggest challenges? In a recent BBC documentary about Russia’s President Putin, Ian Robertson, the founding director of Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience, was quoted as saying: “The psychological and the personal now play a much bigger role in international politics”.
KUALA LUMPUR: Can bots save lives? An Indonesian architect who harnesses social media to improve disaster relief - a project that could win a $250,000 international award - believes so.