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China’s central bank is planning to test its digital currency on platforms operated by Meituan Dianping, enlisting the food delivery giant backed by Tencent Holdings Ltd in a major step toward the token’s mass adoption.
To get around Madrid, Javier Wassmann used to wake up in the morning, grab his smartphone and start searching car-sharing apps to find a ride to work. Then came the coronavirus.
The European Union may need an agency for regulating artificial intelligence to bolster consumer trust in the technology and help realise its economic potential, a German government official said.
Three hundred drones took to the evening sky over the Han River in South Korea to dispense coronavirus prevention advice through a synchronised light display featuring images of hand-washing and social distancing.
Hundreds of drones lit up the night sky in Seoul for a spectacular showcase of motivational and awareness messages as the world battles the coronavirus pandemic.
To go anywhere in Singapore these days, Joni Sng needs mobile phone apps and other technologies – a QR code to enter shops, a digital map to see how crowded a mall or park is, and a tracker to show if she was near someone infected with the coronavirus.
Trade between the neighbours was already declining before recent border clashes. Chinese presence in Indian supply chains could be targeted by tariffs and other measures.
The AI tech, which can identify people wearing a mask, is the first time in China that such a system has been used on subways in the country.
Getting products from one place to another with as little human contact as possible is becoming an imperative for businesses as retailers, warehouses and transport providers seek to minimise the risk of infections to their employees and customers.
China’s coronavirus status app shuts many citizens out of society, but there are ways to bridge digital divide
There needs to be a complementary system for people who have poor digital skills or no Internet access, say experts. Uneven tech distribution echoes gaps in age, wealth and education and, if not rectified, may lock many out of Chinese public life.