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From robots delivering coffee to office chairs rearranging themselves after a meeting, a smart city project in China aims to put artificial intelligence in charge
Google illegally fired, interrogated and surveilled activist employees, a regional director of the US National Labor Relations Board alleged in a complaint on Dec 2.
Out-of-school kids and adult predators spending more time at home and on the Internet during the coronavirus pandemic is the “perfect storm” driving a spike in online child sex abuse around the world, activists and police say.
Celcom plans to upgrade around 8,300 network sites by August next year, as it faces a 40% increase in network traffic over the pandemic period.
Sweden’s Ericsson on Nov 30 raised its global forecast for 5G mobile subscriptions to 220 million by the end of this year, citing faster than expected uptake in China.
The practice of paying for fake accounts to boost livestream viewer counts and virtual gift purchases is an ‘open secret’ in the industry, experts say. Reasons range from pushing up live streams in recommendation rankings to earning fatter commissions from brands, but regulators are catching on.
JD Digits, the e-commerce giant’s big data arm, is building up a smart city operating system that uses artificial intelligence. Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu all have their own plans for Xiongan, a smart city project personally backed by Chinese President Xi Jinping.
SAIC Motor, an early adopter of the smart car, sets up US$1bil fund to invest in Internet-linked vehicles with Alibaba
SAIC Motor would invest 5.4bil yuan to create the 7.2bil yuan fund with Shanghai Zhangjiang Hi-tech Park Development, according to an exchange filing. Hengxu Capital will separately contribute less than 0.1 per cent of the fund’s capital to invest in smart electric vehicle technologies.
Since it first showed up more than two decades ago, e-commerce has slowly eaten its way into the global retail landscape a few fractions of a percentage point at a time.
India’s mass transit systems, unreliable even before the coronavirus pandemic, were shut off completely when the country locked down. As a result, Indians rushed to find alternative transportation, and that often meant used cars.