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Job openings for fresh graduates who specialise in 5G, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, cloud computing, integrated circuits and big data rose during China’s spring hiring season. The livestreaming boom has driven up demand for graduates in fields such as film production, journalism and broadcast communications.
The road to fully self-driving vehicles remains riddled with obstacles, with years of refinements likely needed, despite Tesla founder Elon Musk’s claim to be able to produce one this year.
Google’s campus security system subjected Black and Latinx workers to bias and prompted complaints to management, according to people familiar with the situation, leading the company to scrap a key part of the approach.
Time will be the next frontier in India’s digital battlefield; dollars will follow the hours consumers spend online.
The average annual income for workers employed by companies in the telecoms, software and information technology fields reached US$22,998 per person last year. The average annual wage in information technology was 1.78 times higher than the annual average for all industries.
YouTuber Alyssa Dezek, 12, recently made headlines after announcing that she has bought her first car, a vehicle with an estimated value of RM360,000, to her followers on Instagram.
Coronavirus: China tweaks graduate employment rate to include students who find ‘work’ as gamers, bloggers
Graduates who find ‘work’ as competitive gamers and bloggers after finishing university will now be classified as employed in China. Change in criteria has fanned speculation Beijing is trying to inflate employment figures for young graduates amid a worsening jobs market.
For years, Facebook Inc brushed off complaints from civil rights groups that it didn’t do enough to combat racism, discrimination and voter suppression flourishing on its site. Now, pressure from a boycott by major advertisers is forcing the social media giant to address their concerns.
Singapore's government has used a controversial online misinformation law to order an opposition party to correct a social media post, days after campaigning got underway for an election next week.
For Chinese cloud services companies, the coronavirus outbreak has become a rainmaker, bringing in new business far and wide as firms shift work online and authorities develop apps and systems to help contain outbreaks and manage social restrictions.