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There’s a surprising amount to learn about software design from growing rice in the indie game Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin.
New Zealand’s government said on Feb 26 that it was backing a new project that uses drone technology to understand and protect the endangered Māui dolphins in the country.
The pandemic is forcing marine protection observers to adopt technology that monitors fishing boats remotely instead of getting on the vessels and risking infection.
Heung Yee Kuk, the HK government-recognised panel of rural representatives, prepares a ‘smart countryside’ report to improve the living conditions of villagers. Among its proposals are smart traffic lights to avoid congestion and reduce accidents, a hill fire detection and monitoring system, and online doctor consultation.
If you've ever bought supermarket sushi, you may know the taste trauma that hit Kazuhiro Shimura one night. But "disappointing" tuna sparked an idea: he'd develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system to make sure your sashimi is always delicious.
Online shopping platform Shopee has removed a listing for turtle eggs on its platform after the issue was raised by users on social media.
Google Arts & Culture's new virtual exhibit explores the history, origins and dishes of Japanese cuisine.
At some point in the next decade, a large, tractor-like device will start crawling the deepest seafloor, gathering potato-sized nuggets packed with metals crucial to electric vehicles, renewable-energy storage and smartphones.
An Indonesian minister, known for sinking foreign vessels intruding into the country’s waters, has challenged Mark Zuckerberg to a race after the Facebook Inc founder posted a picture of himself paddling on Lake Tahoe.
From her desk in a building in downtown Washington, Lacey Malarky monitors fishing vessels that take advantage of the vastness of Earth’s oceans to cheat in the belief that no one is watching.