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ALTHOUGH consumer-based artificial intelligence (AI) is still in its infancy, many users the world over have been exposed to components of this new technological advancement in their daily lives.
Drinking alcohol will kill the coronavirus. It is OK to share face masks. Africans cannot get Covid-19. The pandemic is not even real. These are some of the coronavirus myths that a team of 20 Zimbabwean youth have been busting online since the country’s lockdown began in late March.
Social commerce taking larger share of China’s online retail sales as coronavirus pandemic accelerates ‘shoppertainment’
Retail social commerce sales in China will reach US$242.41bil this year and the number of social buyers is expected to be 357 million, according to eMarketer. During a livestream on Thursday Ding Lei, founder and CEO of Chinese gaming giant NetEase, generated 72mil yuan (US$10.2mil) in sales of lifestyle products.
New US research has found that men who play video games while in college are less likely to exercise and eat healthy foods than non-gamers.
Video games are good for your brain. Well, some games, at least.
Online petition urging Pos Malaysia to give Raya bonus to its delivery staff garners over 18,000 signatures
A Change.org petition urging Pos Malaysia to give bonus payment or ‘duit raya’ its delivery staff has garnered over 17,000 signatures since it was set up by a user on May 17.
“Sharing economy” firms like Uber and Airbnb were seeing surging growth and predictions they would reshape several economic sectors. Then the pandemic hit.
Covid-19: KFC denies viral claim that its poultry supply comes from a Pedas processing plant where staff have allegedly tested positive
KFC Malaysia has denied an unverified report claiming that the company’s poultry supply comes from a chicken processing plant in Pedas, Negeri Sembilan where staff have allegedly tested positive for Covid-19.
Japan's time-honoured ritual of exchanging business cards face-to-face is under pressure as the government promotes a "new lifestyle" to combat the coronavirus.
The Last Of Us Part 2, a game in which a deadly virus has destroyed humanity, is coming this summer after all.