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Health

Getting intimate with PAM

A pilot project in Kelantan will assess whether a computer programme tentatively named the Physical Activity Monitor (PAM) can be a fitness monitor as well as fitness programmer to help individuals lead a healthier lifestyle, writes B>MENG YEW CHOONG/B>.

Lifestyle

Getting intimate with PAM

A pilot project in Kelantan will assess whether a computer programme tentatively named the Physical Activity Monitor (PAM) can be a fitness monitor as well as fitness programmer to help individuals lead a healthier lifestyle, writes B>MENG YEW CHOONG/B>.

Lifestyle

In the image of aliens

RAEL, leader of the Raelians. Who believes that life on Earth was created by aliens from outer space. Who claims to have met the aliens himself. Whose follower produced the first #8216;human clone#8217;. Who is this man who has the world#8217;s scientific and religious communities on edge, debating teh moreality of recreating people in labs?

Business

MDV allocating funds to 50 ICT firms

MALAYSIA Debt Ventures Bhd (MDV) will be allocating an undisclosed amount from its RM1.6bil fund to 50 local and foreign information communication technology (ICT) companies and content providers to facilitate the Aquaria project at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC).

Lifestyle

Intelligent machine

In the world of computing, few figures loom as large as Alan Turing, a British mathematician. He not only cracked the Nazi codes during World War II, but also laid the groundwork for the creation of the modern computer. Today, he is considered the father of the computing sciences.

Lifestyle

Working on the thinking machine

Kwabena Boahen, a lead researcher at the University of Pennsylvania#8217;s Neuroengineering Research Laboratory, has a love-hate relationship with the grey matter between his ears.

Lifestyle

Cognitive journey

Did you know that one Malaysian has made significant studies on artificial intelligence? ANITA MATTHEWS delves into the heart of the grey matter with Kampar-born Yeap Wai Kiang.

Education

Engineers’ feast of feats

THE recent KDU Engineering Exhibition 2003 is a testament to the powerful combination of quality engineering programmes and state-of-the-art facilities offered by KDU College and its partner universities.

Nation

Malaysia and Brunei to work out outstanding issues

Malaysia and Brunei hope to resolve several outstanding issues affecting bilateral relations between both countries soon, preferably before Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad's planned retirement in October.

Business

Technology key to better anticipating and preventing outages

Every two to 10 seconds, the power grid operator for a clutch of Mid-Atlantic states collects thousands of measurements on voltage, circuit breaker positions and the like.