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Global Intelligence Feed: Innovation

Inteligencia artificial, autos y 5G acaparan la atención en la feria CES | Tecnología | Gestion


Inteligencia artificial, autos y 5G acaparan la atención en la feria CES Mundo G Inteligencia artificial, autos y 5G acaparan la atención en la feria CES A través de CES, las compañías emplearon los primeros días para lanzar sus grandes anuncios mientras que la parte final de la feria se destina a que los usuarios puedan probar y conocer de primera mano las novedades de sus firmas favoritas. Agencia EFE  / 11.01.2018 - 04:25 am Tras los días dedicados a la prensa especializada y ya en la segunda jornada de puertas abiertas para el público, la feria de electrónica CES de Las Vegas (Estados Uni,

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India should spend more on artificial intelligence: Mohandas Pai | Hubballi News - Times of India


Times of India India should spend more on artificial intelligence: Mohandas Pai India should spend more on artificial intelligence: Mohandas Pai TNN | Updated: Jan 21, 2018, 17:13 IST Manipal University chairman T V Mohandas Pai speaks at TiECON Hubli 2018 on Sunday Hubballi: Manipal University chairman and IT industry veteran T V Mohandas Pai said that India should be the part of the innovation happening around the world and regretted that the country is lagging behind when it comes to artificial intelligence (AI). Delivering the keynote address at TiECON Hubli 2018 here on Sunday, Pai said t,

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How a Togolese inventor built a 3D printer using recycled electronic waste


How a Togolese inventor built a 3D printer using recycled electronic waste Such printers could ultimately propel Togo into the technological markets of West Africa and eventually the globe by  Print In 2013, Togolese inventor Afate Gnikou built a 3D printer entirely out of recycled electronic waste. The 34-year-old had become consumed by the idea of creating his own version after seeing a 3D printer assembled at the inaugural edition of Fab Lab – a digital fabrication workshop-in Lome, the capital of Togo, in August 2012. A small country in West Africa, with a population of about seven million,

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Agriculture


Agriculture Codex Alimentarius: protecting health, facilitating trade (An FAO Feature) 21 january 2018 07:29:30 Rome, Italy (PANA) - Eradicating world hunger can only be achieved if food is safe, nutritious and of good quality. Full text... ©-Panapress-21 january 2018 07:29:30-thread Agriculture (684words) AfDB inspires Nigerian school children with ‘Farming is Cool’ competition 17 january 2018 06:55:32 Abuja, Nigeria (PANA) - As part of its goal to see a generational shift in agriculture on the continent, the African Development Bank (AfDB) has taken its ‘Farming is Cool’ initiative to school,

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With a deep tech talent pool, Toronto could hit Amazon's 'sweet spot' with bid for new HQ - Toronto - CBC News


With a deep tech talent pool, Toronto could hit Amazon's 'sweet spot' with bid for new HQ Toronto faces stiff competition from other North American cities on Amazon's short list CBC News Posted: Jan 21, 2018 2:04 PM ET Last Updated: Jan 21, 2018 4:08 PM ET Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has placed a premium on long-term growth and sustainability, meaning the company is focused on tapping diverse talent pipelines, like those in the GTA. (Reuters) Related Stories Amazon says it received 238 bids for its second headquarters, HQ2 Toronto faces stiff competition in its bid to court Amazon, but some Canadian,

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Gurgaon moms whip up healthy snacks to help kids fight exam stress | Gurgaon News - Times of India


Times of India Gurgaon moms whip up healthy snacks to help kids fight exam stress Gurgaon moms whip up healthy snacks to help kids fight exam stress Gurgaon mothers are putting their chef’s hats on to cook something healthy and tasty for their exam-stressed kids Jan 22, 2018, 01:00 IST Gurgaon moms are pampering kids with wheat burgers and sprout chaats With Board exams around the corner, Gurgaon mothers have put on their chef's hats to cook something healthy and tasty for their exam-stressed kids. "Board exams take a toll on kids as they study for hours daily. So, healthy and tasty food is th,

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The juggernaut of new generations of telecom–5G - Livemint


Rekha Jain The diverse requirements of 5G highlighted above call for significant changes in the national spectrum policy and regulation. Photo: Indranil Bhoumik/ Mint Even while telecom operators in India are in the midst of rolling out 4G networks, the minister for telecom has announced that India would roll in 5G by 2020, a time frame that has been accepted by international standardization bodies, vendors, and service providers in many parts of the world. South Korea and Japan want to showcase leading 5G applications in the Winter and Summer Olympics in 2018 and 2020, respectively. However, ,

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Makati Business Club, other biz groups express support for charter change | ABS-CBN News


Makati Business Club, other biz groups express support for charter change Makati Business Club, other biz groups express support for charter change ABS-CBN News Posted at Jan 21 2018 10:17 PM Share MANILA -- The Makati Business Club, Management Association of the Philippines and the Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines expressed their "strong support" to amend certain provisions of the 1987 Constitution. In a joint statement, the three organizations presented their recommendations regarding the ongoing discussion on constitutional amendments. One of the issues supported by the gro,

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Think of the children - The Manila Times Online


You are at: Home » Opinion » Op-Ed Columns » Analysis »Think of the children Think of the children Analysis TITA C. VALDERAMA AT a bookstore a few days ago, I had to seek the assistance of a sales clerk to find a gift card envelope for a wedding. I wanted my cash gift to the couple to be placed inside a more presentable envelope than an ordinary letter envelope or the Chinese red money envelope (ang pao). The same bookstore used to have shelves of greetings and gift card envelopes for various occasions. This time, gift bags and wrappers shared the space in the only shelf that remained. We foun,

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Iron out the devil in the details - The Manila Times Online


You are at: Home » News » World »Iron out the devil in the details Iron out the devil in the details World GIL H. A. SANTOS IN my last column I suggested the priorities for the Asean 10 to consider for 2018 to realize the predicted forecast that these developing nations will be the fastest growing in the next decade. But in reality, that is easier said than done. Like strategic planners and public policy formulators know, the devils are in the details of the planning and actual implementation of those priorities. Let’s take the case of agricultural and fisheries production and modernization, a,

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Biz groups: Con-con for federalism shift | Headlines, News, The Philippine Star | philstar.com


Headlines Skinning Left, pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Headlines ( Leaderboard Top ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Biz groups: Con-con for federalism shift By Richmond Mercurio  (The Philippine Star) | Updated January 22, 2018 - 12:00am In a statement yesterday, the Makati Business Club, Management Association of the Philippines and Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines said they recognized the need to amend certain provisions of the 1987 Constitution to make it more adaptable and responsive to current social and economic realities.  File MANILA, Philippines — Three of the country,

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Despite its failings, Canada Post is worth saving


Despite its failings, Canada Post is worth saving The Gazette  Share Adjust Comment Print MONTREAL - The last time we had a postal strike was 14 years ago. It was another century. Times and technology have greatly changed since then. Back then the federal government, responding to public pressure, legislated the posties back to work after two weeks. This time, as the postal union launched strike action late last week that includes stoppage of service in Montreal today, the question was not so much how the country would cope with any disruption as whether we would care, or even notice. As a re,

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Péladeau calls for end to ‘taxation inequality’ with foreign internet companies | Montreal Gazette


Published on: November 14, 2017 | Last Updated: November 14, 2017 8:03 PM EST Pierre Karl Péladeau is seen in a file photo. John Mahoney / Montreal Gazette Share Adjust Comment Print Quebecor president and CEO Pierre Karl Péladeau railed against what he described as an unfair system of taxation, which privileges foreign companies at the expense of those based in Quebec, in a speech to the Chambre de commerce du Montréal métropolitain on Tuesday. Péladeau said it’s “completely ridiculous” that companies like Netflix and Amazon don’t have the same obligation to charge their customers sales tax t,

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Social Notes: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts goes west for Museum Ball | Montreal Gazette


5 / 5 Social Notes: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts goes west for Museum Ball The event's 57th edition featured a theme inspired by the exhibition Once Upon a Time … The Western: A New Frontier in Art and Film. Jennifer Campbell, Special to Montreal Gazette Published on: November 23, 2017 | Last Updated: November 23, 2017 11:23 AM EST Each room boasted a different western-flavoured scene at the annual Museum Ball for the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. FRÉDÉRIC FADDOUL Share Adjust Comment Print The fall season is in full swing, Noties, and if the recent 57th annual Museum Ball of the Montreal Muse,

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Couillard: 'We have to free the next generation from the chains of debt'


Couillard: 'We have to free the next generation from the chains of debt' Geoffrey Vendeville, Montreal Gazette  10.19.2014 Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard announces an investment of $110-million on digital culture, Monday, September 29, 2014 at a news conference in Quebec City. / Montreal Gazette Share Adjust Comment Print TROIS-RIVIÈRES — “There will be difficult days ahead” as Quebec plans to rein in its debt, Premier Philippe Couillard warned at the Liberal Party general council on Saturday. But he said the government will “stay the course” on budget cuts despite anti-austerit,

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Whimsies and odysseys: Quebec cinema surpassed expectations in 2017 | Montreal Gazette


5 / 5 Whimsies and odysseys: Quebec cinema surpassed expectations in 2017 A look back at the year in Quebec cinema, from Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049 to Jean-Marc Vallée's Big Little Lies, by way of acclaimed zombie flick Les affamés. Share Adjust Comment Print Quebec filmmakers made waves big and small in 2017. From the upper echelons of Hollywood to the remote corners of indie film, there was lots to applaud over the past 12 months. The year in Quebec cinema began and ended with Denis Villeneuve. In January, the prodigious filmmaker’s Quebec-shot alien encounter Arrival received eigh,

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Candy Cane Gala sheer delight for the kids


Candy Cane Gala sheer delight for the kids Bill Brooks, Calgary Herald, Calgary Herald  12.23.2017 More than 1,500 guests attended this year's Candy Cane Gala in support of the Alberta Children's Hospital. Pictured are Ambassador Family Mike and Stacey de Boer and their children Theo, 7, and 4-year old Ruby. Funds raised at the gala will be used for a new 3Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging scanner.Bill Brooks / Calgary Herald Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation's Liz Ballendine (left) and Meghan Kociuba.Bill Brooks / Calgary Herald Brennah Bilous, 11, (left) and 10-year o,

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With a deep tech talent pool, Toronto could hit Amazon's 'sweet spot' with bid for new HQ - Business - CBC News


With a deep tech talent pool, Toronto could hit Amazon's 'sweet spot' with bid for new HQ Toronto faces stiff competition from other North American cities among Amazon's short list CBC News Posted: Jan 21, 2018 2:04 PM ET Last Updated: Jan 21, 2018 2:04 PM ET Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has placed a premium on long-term growth and sustainability, meaning the company is focused on tapping diverse talent pipelines, like those in the GTA. (Reuters) Related Stories Amazon says it received 238 bids for its second headquarters, HQ2 Toronto faces stiff competition in its bid to court Amazon, but some Canad,

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Column: Clean energy powering mining recovery | Sudbury Star


Column: Clean energy powering mining recovery Sunday, January 21, 2018 12:49:30 EST PM An electric-vehicle charger. (MIKE DIBATTISTA/NIAGARA FALLS REVIEW) Change text size for the story Print Jay Martin/Columnist   The transition to clean energy is now here, and it’s giving B.C.’s key mining and minerals sector a lift. Vancouver has always been a hotbed for exploration, investment and fundraising in minerals such as gold, silver and copper and a source of global mining expertise. But now we are seeing more and more activity around cobalt, lithium and nickel: essential ingredients powerin,

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Code Niagara launches tech workshops for seniors | Niagara Falls Review


Code Niagara launches tech workshops for seniors By Ray Spiteri , Niagara Falls Review Sunday, January 21, 2018 9:53:02 EST AM Change text size for the story Print Empowering today’s youth for tomorrow’s jobs While ensuring today’s youths are prepared for Canada’s changing economy, Code Niagara also wants to help seniors stay on top of 21st-century digital skills. That’s why the organization will start offering monthly introduction workshops for seniors interested in learning more about technology. The first free workshop, which will introduce attendees to social media 101, is scheduled ,

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Senate calls on Health Canada to improve monitoring of off-label drug use


Senate calls on Health Canada to improve monitoring of off-label drug use   Antidepressants among drugs most often prescribed for non-approved uses   By Andrea Hill, Postmedia News January 31, 2014       Health Canada urged to set up an efficient way to monitor the adverse reactions of drugs" prescribed off-label. Photograph by: Postmedia News / Files , Postmedia News OTTAWA — Canada needs to rapidly adopt nationwide electronic medical systems to better understand how Canadians are reacting to “widespread” use of off-label prescription drugs, a new report from the Sen,

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Anímese a incursionar en el amplío rubro de los accesorios para mascotas | Emprendedores | Peru21


Anímese a incursionar en el amplío rubro de los accesorios para mascotas será su último acto en perú Anímese a incursionar en el amplío rubro de los accesorios para mascotas En el país una industria enfocada en los engreídos de cuatro patas. Desde refugios, cuando los dueños se van de viaje, hasta clases de conducta. Redacción PERU21 27/12/2016 07:10h Las mascotas brindan compañía y cariño a las personas, por lo cual muchos las recompensamos dándoles lo mejor, ya sea en accesorios, comida, entrenamiento, etc. Así, se ha construido en el país una industria enfocada en los engreídos de cuatro pa,

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StarPhoenix Photos: ExploreSask Photo Contest winners Nov. 16, 2017 | Saskatoon StarPhoenix


Man killed in crash near Southey may have had medical emergency... Comments We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles and blog posts. We are committed to maintaining a lively but civil forum for discussion, so we ask you to avoid personal attacks, and please keep your comments relevant and respectful. If you encounter a comment that is abusive, click the "X" in the upper right corner of the comment box to report spam or abuse. We are using Facebook commenting. Visit our FAQ page for more information. Videos Here’s a compilation of the StarPhoenix’s editorial cartoons from t,

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John Gilchrist: Finding new flavours on home ice


John Gilchrist: Finding new flavours on home ice John Gilchrist, Calgary Herald  11.13.2014 Ginni Kelley and her husband, Dale, are serving up something a little different at Ginni’s Kitchen. Menu offerings include buttermilk pancakes, chicken pot pie, pizza rolls and butter chicken poutine, pictured, that uses fresh paneer instead of cheese curds.Jenn Pierce / Calgary Herald A spicy chicken burger is paired with hand-cut fries at Ginni’s Kitchen in Black Diamond’s Oilfields Arena.Jenn Pierce / Calgary Herald A butter chicken poutine complete with homemade paneer at Ginniís ,

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Horror sequel promises to reveal the secrets of Alberta-shot app, Haunting Melissa


Horror sequel promises to reveal the secrets of Alberta-shot app, Haunting Melissa Eric Volmers, Calgary Herald  A scene from Dark Hearts: The Secret of Haunting Melissa Courtesy, Rogers&Cowan Rogers & Cowan / Calgary Herald Share Adjust Comment Print It arrived just in time for Halloween, a creepy, fast-paced movie trailer that promised a new tale of the ghosts and horror swirling around a troubled teen named Melissa. To the uninitiated, it probably didn’t look all that different from your average sequel: a broader scope, bigger budget, more frights and deeper backstory. But f,

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Seoul food in Korea


Seoul food in Korea Mike Grenby, Special to The Sun  08.11.2014 The Secret Garden of Changdeokgung Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Juhamnu Pavilion at Changdeokgung Palace in Seoul, Korea. Seoul is a modern city with a friendly vibe that is both acutely urban and completely foreign. / Getty Images/iStockphoto Bukchon Hanok Village traditional houses also turned into museums. Bukchon Hanok Village traditional houses also turned into museums. Mike Grenby Seoul’s Bukchon Hanok Village with 800 traditional style houses. Traditional Korean cook-your-own barbecue is just one of the delicious,

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Province ponders licensed pot lounges | North Bay Nugget


Province ponders licensed pot lounges  By Shawn Jeffords / THE CANADIAN PRESS  Sunday, January 21, 2018 12:56:01 EST PM File Photo Change text size for the story Print Report an error Ontario is considering allowing licensed cannabis consumption lounges in the province once recreational marijuana is legalized this summer, and is asking the public to weigh in on the idea. The proposal is being met with optimism by some cannabis activists and municipal politicians who say the provincial government’s approach on where legal weed can be consumed has been too restrictive so far. Under rules o,

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Candy Cane Gala sheer delight for the kids


Candy Cane Gala sheer delight for the kids   By Bill Brooks, Calgary Herald, Calgary Herald December 23, 2017       More than 1,500 guests attended this year's Candy Cane Gala in support of the Alberta Children's Hospital. Pictured are Ambassador Family Mike and Stacey de Boer and their children Theo, 7, and 4-year old Ruby. Funds raised at the gala will be used for a new 3Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging scanner. Photograph by: Bill Brooks , Calgary Herald Imagine you’re in a room filled with hundreds and hundreds of children, all of whom are gleefully on sensory overloa,

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Alexander Wang throws a high-voltage anniversary bash - oh, and a fashion show


Alexander Wang throws a high-voltage anniversary bash - oh, and a fashion show Jocelyn Noveck, The Associated Press  09.14.2015 This Sept. 8, 2012 file photo shows designer Alexander Wang after his Spring 2013 collection was modeled during Fashion Week, in New York.Richard Drew, file / AP Photo Designer Alexander Wang acknowledges the audience after his Spring 2016 collection show during Fashion Week, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015, in New York. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow) Share Adjust Comment Print NEW YORK, N.Y. - Alexander Wang's Fashion Week runway show was a LOT more than just a runway ,

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From Hangry into Happy: innovative restaurant app help manage line-up chaos | Edmonton Journal


From Hangry into Happy: innovative restaurant app help manage line-up chaos Innovative cell phone technology helps popular restaurants that don't take reservations manage long lineups. Liane Faulder Published on: September 2, 2015 | Last Updated: September 24, 2015 5:10 PM MDT Nick Martin, general manager of Rostizado, says the new app NoWait helps manage customer disappointment over long wait times for a table at the popular restaurant. Larry Wong / Edmonton Journal Share Adjust Comment Print In the restaurant industry, it’s called “managing disappointment” — the dance performed by front-of-,

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Art Central building set for demolition to make way for Telus Sky tower


Art Central building set for demolition to make way for Telus Sky tower Mario Toneguzzi, Calgary Herald  11.21.2014 Artist rendering of the Telus Sky building that is going up in the future in downtown CalgaryHANDOUT / Calgary Herald Artist rendering of the Telus Sky building that is going up in the future in downtown CalgaryHANDOUT / Calgary Herald Artist rendering of the Telus Sky building that is going up in the future in downtown CalgaryHANDOUT / Calgary Herald Share Adjust Comment Print Demolition of the downtown Art Central building will begin this weekend, pa,

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Canadian-developed Ebola vaccine licensed to Merck


Canadian-developed Ebola vaccine licensed to Merck Stephen Maher, Postmedia News  11.24.2014 A lab technician works in a mobile lab at the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg, Manitoba November 3, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Pool, Reuters - Lyle Stafford Share Adjust Comment Print The small U.S. company that holds the rights to a Canadian-developed Ebola vaccine has agreed to licence it to vaccine giant Merck, which should speed the development of the product that scientists hope will eventually end the outbreak in West Africa. Merck announced the deal in a news release before markets opened ,

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Innovative transport systems around the world


Innovative transport systems around the world By Andrea Lo, CNN Updated 9:47 PM ET, Wed December 13, 2017 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Innovative transport systems around the world Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit, China – In China, a rail bus that "glides" across the street underwent a test drive in Zhuzhou, Hunan province, in 2017. Hide Caption 1 of 12 Photos: Innovative transport systems around the world Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit, China – Developed by Beijing-based rail transit equipment manufacturer CCRC, it navigates th,

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The complexity of biological events - The Lancet Global Health


The Lancet Global Health Volume 6, No. 2 , e136–e137, February 2018 Comment Talus Analytics, Boulder, CO, USA , Creative Commons Attribution – NonCommercial – NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) Permitted Redistribute or republish the final article Text & data mine Translate the article (private use only, not for distribution) Reuse portions or extracts from the article in other works Not Permitted Sell or re-use for commercial purposes Distribute translations or adaptations of the article Related Articles Expand allCollapse all Preparation for and response to biological events is complicated,

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The Observer view on our new tabloid format | Observer editorial | Opinion | The Guardian


The Observer view on our new tabloid format From the French revolution to Brexit, this newspaper has put itself at the heart of the issues of the moment, whatever its size Sat 20 Jan 2018 19.03 EST Close The Observer’s launch manifesto of 1791. Photograph: Katy Stoddard for the Observer Today, we are proud and excited to launch our new design for the Observer. We think it’s vital for a newspaper to shed its skin from time to time, to reimagine itself for loyal readers and to welcome a new generation to our journalism. The aim of the new look is to make the paper a little sharper and a little f,

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Pyeongchang 2018: welcome to the future… | Technology | The Guardian


The five Pyeongchang 2018: welcome to the future… In the first of a new series on ideas and advances in science, nature and tech, we look at the innovations coming to this year’s Winter Olympics Winter wonderland: the Pyeongchang Olympics site by night. Photograph: Yelim Lee/AFP/Getty Images 5G South Korea boasts the speediest broadband in the world (an average of 28.6Mbps compared to the UK’s 16.9) and connectivity will be further boosted at Pyeongchang by the introduction of a 5G mobile network at games venues, courtesy of Intel. 5G delivers download speeds of 100Mbps (Stoke-on-Trent was rec,

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Annual Hong Kong student awards on March 17 to honour city’s best teens | South China Morning Post


South China Morning Post Annual Hong Kong student awards on March 17 to honour city’s best teens   Education Annual Hong Kong student awards on March 17 to honour city’s best teens A judge for the science and maths category is Science Museum director Paulina Chan, who is looking for youngsters with ‘passion’ and purpose PUBLISHED : Sunday, 21 January, 2018, 9:01pm UPDATED : Sunday, 21 January, 2018, 10:56pm How Hong Kong’s higher education reinforces inequalities 21 Jan 2018 The Hong Kong Science Museum plans to feature more locally-done research to encourage young Hongkongers to pursue a care,

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Ecuador is fighting crime using Chinese surveillance technology | South China Morning Post


South China Morning Post Ecuador is fighting crime using Chinese surveillance technology   Military reform Ecuador is fighting crime using Chinese surveillance technology South American country says network of security cameras has helped bring down the crime rate, according to Xinhua PUBLISHED : Monday, 22 January, 2018, 12:03am UPDATED : Monday, 22 January, 2018, 12:03am How China’s military is girding for battle 18 Jan 2018 Ecuador has introduced a security system using monitoring technology from China, including facial recognition, as it tries to bring down its crime rate and improve emerge,

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Would you rather work from home or go into the office? | AL.com


Would you rather work from home or go into the office? Updated January 21, 2018 at 8:03 AM ; Posted January 21, 2018 at 8:00 AM Comment By The Tylt The modern office might be going the way of the fax machine and the overhead projector. Many say the internet has made in-office work unnecessary:  43% of Americans spent some time working remotely last year.  Why not skip hellish commutes and just work from the comfort of your couch? But others say remote work fosters miscommunication and disconnection. Many telecommuters miss the camaraderie of the office. Do you prefer working from home or goi,

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New business district in Punggol to chart Govt's focus on digital economy, will create 28,000 jobs - Channel NewsAsia


New business district in Punggol to chart Govt's focus on digital economy, will create 28,000 jobs Toggle share menu Advertisement Advertisement New business district in Punggol to chart Govt's focus on digital economy, will create 28,000 jobs close breaking news Advertisement Singapore New business district in Punggol to chart Govt's focus on digital economy, will create 28,000 jobs 02:11 The opening of a new business and education hub in Punggol from 2023 will create 28,000 jobs in fields such as cybersecurity and data analytics, creating job opportunities “close to home”.  2 related media a,

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25 reasons to love 2017 | TTG Asia


25 reasons to love 2017 By TTG Asia / Posted on 20 January, 2018 0:01 Here are the extraordinary products and developments that caught our eye last year. And the hunt is on for Best of the Best 2018, so may bright sparks be with you this year T4 Passenger deposits luggage at the ABD machine. Photo by Changi Airport Group 1. A hotel that transforms, literally In Malaysia, Ansa Hotels & Resorts developed a hotel concept for its second brand, thelivingroom Hotel , and it looks revolutionary. Thelivingroom is a three-star, limited-service hospitality concept which, when rolled out in 2H2018, is ex,

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UN, Google collaborate on satellite data tools to manage natural resources - China.org.cn


UN, Google collaborate on satellite data tools to manage natural resources E-mail China.org.cn, April 18, 2016 Adjust font size: The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and Google recently announced plans to work together to make high-resolution satellite data a common tool in managing the world’s natural resources, ultimately boosting efforts towards the pursuit of sustainable development. Under the collaboration, the UN agency said that resource managers and researchers in many countries can gauge changing land uses of individual field-sized plots seen by “eye-in-the-sky”,

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Foreigners learn secrets of China's success- China.org.cn


You are here: Home  >  China  >  Nation Foreigners learn secrets of China's success E-mail China Daily, November 27, 2017 Adjust font size: James Kur Muorwel said confidence in the future is the most important thing he will take back to his home country following his participation in a training program about China's system of governance. Muorwel, the director of Asian and Australian Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in South Sudan, was one of 192 civil servants from 35 countries who visited Beijing this month to study the latest developments in China's p,

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Commentary: He did it his way, one year into Donald Trump’s presidency - Channel NewsAsia


Commentary: He did it his way, one year into Donald Trump’s presidency Toggle share menu Commentary: He did it his way, one year into Donald Trump’s presidency close breaking news Commentary World Commentary: He did it his way, one year into Donald Trump’s presidency Something new is happening under the Trump Administration, with the rules of global engagement and norms that govern relations between countries being rewritten, says Yale-NUS College's Nancy Webster Gleason. Trump has seemed to largely disregard how his messages play out around the world. (File photo: AFP/Nicholas Kamm) Share via,

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