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Research from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EFPL) in Switzerland has found that it is possible to manipulate Twitter Trends. The findings prove, for the first time, that many trends are created solely by bots exploiting a vulnerability in the Twitter algorithm.
As the e-waste Malaysia generates balloons, experts are calling for measures to be taken to reduce and reuse, turning e-waste into something valuable.
An American researcher and Mario Kart enthusiast suggests that governments should draw inspiration from the famous video game for sustainable development policies that encourage environmentally friendly agriculture.
The EU unveils a plan on April 21 to regulate the sprawling field of artificial intelligence, aimed at making Europe a leader in the new tech revolution while reassuring the public against “Big Brother”-like abuses.
There’s a surprising amount to learn about software design from growing rice in the indie game Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin.
Pinduoduo surpasses Alibaba, JD.com in user numbers as founder Colin Huang steps down as chairman in surprise move
Pinduoduo pulled in US$4.1bil in the fourth quarter, blowing past estimates, and became China’s largest e-commerce platform by number of users in 2020. Company founder Colin Huang stepped down from the board of directors to focus on research in food and life sciences.
As the pandemic brings about a spike in unemployment, government agencies and corporations shift to online platforms to speed up rehiring, while encouraging courses in tech.
With France potentially facing a shortage of farmers in the decade ahead, Kim Huynh-Kieu has created an application called Biosphere to help newcomers to the sector grow food using natural methods. And it bears something of a resemblance to a certain ‘90s computer game...
Bill Gates is aiming to work more closely with Amazon.com Inc chief executive officer Jeff Bezos to combat a climate crisis that the Microsoft Corp co-founder said could dwarf the current pandemic in fatalities and global impact.
The battle to supply 1.4 billion people with fresh fruit and vegetables is taking China’s e-commerce companies into the country’s hinterlands, where they are attempting to revolutionise centuries-old agricultural practices to secure future supply for their burgeoning online grocery businesses.