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Mind-reading hat expected to sell for $50,000

Kernel technology company in California, USA will soon launch a mind-reading hat, expected to sell for $50,000.

Kernel technology company in California, USA will soon launch a mind-reading hat, expected to sell for $50,000.

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Roll-call by smile: Canon's new application

Canon is deploying an AI camera system capable of facial recognition at its branches in China.  The special feature is that it only accepts smiling faces.

Canon is deploying an AI camera system capable of facial recognition at its branches in China.  The special feature is that it only accepts smiling faces.

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A new nurse robot - the sister of the Sophia robot - is born

The "father" of the world's first robotic citizen Sophia has just launched a new robot model called Grace, aimed at serving the healthcare market, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The "father" of the world's first robotic citizen Sophia has just launched a new robot model called Grace, aimed at serving the healthcare market, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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South Korea warns of increased ransomware attacks

Ransomware attacks have been on the rise in South Korea over the past year, paralyzing hospitals and shopping malls amid the COVID-19 pandemic leading to an increase in online shopping activities.

Ransomware attacks have been on the rise in South Korea over the past year, paralyzing hospitals and shopping malls amid the COVID-19 pandemic leading to an increase in online shopping activities.

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Italy plans to spend nearly $10 billion on super-fast broadband network

Italy plans to spend more than 8 billion euros ($9.76 billion) on broadband, fifth-generation mobile networks (5G), satellite technology, and wants super fast Internet connection for all citizens by 2026.

Italy plans to spend more than 8 billion euros ($9.76 billion) on broadband, fifth-generation mobile networks (5G), satellite technology, and wants super fast Internet connection for all citizens by 2026.

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Could Artificial Superintelligence cause disaster for humanity?

Artificial Superintelligence (ASI) is a type of high-level artificial intelligence of Artificial Intelligence (AI).  ASI not only imitates or understands human intelligence and behavior, but also surpasses human intelligence and capabilities.

Artificial Superintelligence (ASI) is a type of high-level artificial intelligence of Artificial Intelligence (AI).  ASI not only imitates or understands human intelligence and behavior, but also surpasses human intelligence and capabilities.

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PayPal allows users to withdraw Cryptocurrency to third-party wallets

PayPal Holdings Inc said on Wednesday May 26 that it plans to allow users to withdraw Cryptocurrency to third-party wallets.

PayPal Holdings Inc said on Wednesday May 26 that it plans to allow users to withdraw Cryptocurrency to third-party wallets.

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Apple launches a special plan to attract LG customers

The Korean branch of Apple Inc.  will run a program to entice customers who are using LG Electronics Inc's smartphones.

The Korean branch of Apple Inc.  will run a program to entice customers who are using LG Electronics Inc's smartphones.

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Google launches AI dermatology diagnostic tool

The groundbreaking development will assist users in self-diagnosing problems ranging from acne to melanoma.

The groundbreaking development will assist users in self-diagnosing problems ranging from acne to melanoma.

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Google will open its first physical store in New York

Alphabet, the parent company of Google, has just announced that it will open its first retail store, called the Google Store, this summer in New York City, USA.

Alphabet, the parent company of Google, has just announced that it will open its first retail store, called the Google Store, this summer in New York City, USA.

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China bans financial institutions from trading cryptocurrencies

Under the ban, organizations such as banks, online payment channels, are not allowed to provide customers with crypto-related services such as registration, trading, payment and clearing.

Under the ban, organizations such as banks, online payment channels, are not allowed to provide customers with crypto-related services such as registration, trading, payment and clearing.

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UK will fine tech companies up to $25 million for not removing harmful content

UK online media regulator Ofcom could be given the power to heavily fine tech companies that fail to remove harmful content posted online.

UK online media regulator Ofcom could be given the power to heavily fine tech companies that fail to remove harmful content posted online.

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SpaceX partners with Google Cloud to develop satellite broadband

Billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX company said Google will partner with its Starlink satellite internet service to provide cloud computing services to corporate customers.

Billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX company said Google will partner with its Starlink satellite internet service to provide cloud computing services to corporate customers.

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Google Pay partners with Wise and Western Union to launch international money transfer service

Google has partnered with remittance companies Wise and Western Union Co to launch an international money transfer service for users of the Google Pay payment app in the US.

Google has partnered with remittance companies Wise and Western Union Co to launch an international money transfer service for users of the Google Pay payment app in the US.

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Will Apple no longer be alone in the trillion-dollar group?

Apple is the only US company with a market value of $2 trillion.  However, it is likely that there will soon be more companies in that elite group.

Apple is the only US company with a market value of $2 trillion.  However, it is likely that there will soon be more companies in that elite group.

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Singapore tests machines to check people infected with Covid-19 in just 2 minutes

As a country that has always been at the forefront of technology and has always responded quickly to pandemic situations, Singapore is testing the detector and identifying people infected with Covid-19 in just 2 minutes, through the breath measuring machine.

As a country that has always been at the forefront of technology and has always responded quickly to pandemic situations, Singapore is testing the detector and identifying people infected with Covid-19 in just 2 minutes, through the breath measuring machine.

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Seoul collects taxes with cryptocurrency

On April 23, the Seoul city government announced it had seized digital money from hundreds of the most tax debtors, who had hidden assets in the form of "virtual money". With this decision, Seoul became the first local government in Korea to collect taxes with cryptocurrency.

On April 23, the Seoul city government announced it had seized digital money from hundreds of the most tax debtors, who had hidden assets in the form of "virtual money". With this decision, Seoul became the first local government in Korea to collect taxes with cryptocurrency.

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Europe controls the use of artificial intelligence

The European Commission yesterday proposed a series of tough regulations to control the use of artificial intelligence (AI), including the ban on most surveillance activities.

The European Commission yesterday proposed a series of tough regulations to control the use of artificial intelligence (AI), including the ban on most surveillance activities.

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Why are virtual assistants all female?

Women's warmth and sensitivity are factors that cause female AI to appear more often than men.

Women's warmth and sensitivity are factors that cause female AI to appear more often than men.

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Japan begins testing digital currency

On April 5, the Bank of Japan began phase 1 of a three-stage trial to test the basic functions of digital currencies.

On April 5, the Bank of Japan began phase 1 of a three-stage trial to test the basic functions of digital currencies.

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Warning: malicious code capable of tracking users through smartphones

A malicious code has just been discovered, capable of tracking and collecting private information of users through smartphones.

A malicious code has just been discovered, capable of tracking and collecting private information of users through smartphones.

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Visa allows customers to pay with cryptocurrency

Recently, payment service provider Visa said the company will allow the use of the electronic currency USD Coin for transactions on its payment network.  This is the latest sign that the financial industry is increasingly actively accepting cryptocurrencies.

Recently, payment service provider Visa said the company will allow the use of the electronic currency USD Coin for transactions on its payment network.  This is the latest sign that the financial industry is increasingly actively accepting cryptocurrencies.

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Japan pays great attention to cryptocurrencies

Currently, the demand for electronic payment of Japanese society is not high, but the Japanese government always pays great attention to the development of digital money.

Currently, the demand for electronic payment of Japanese society is not high, but the Japanese government always pays great attention to the development of digital money.

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Virtual reality shopping services is flourishing

In the context of the Covid-19 epidemic that continues to rage around the world, a non-contact economic model is flourishing.

In the context of the Covid-19 epidemic that continues to rage around the world, a non-contact economic model is flourishing.

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Russia implements a facial recognition payment system

X5 Group - consisting of leading Russian food retailers, on March 10 launched a facial recognition payment system.

X5 Group - consisting of leading Russian food retailers, on March 10 launched a facial recognition payment system.

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E-Government - Paperless Dubai Strategy

The "Paperless Dubai Strategy" is deployed in the hope of cutting 100% of paper usage in government entities by the end of 2021.

The "Paperless Dubai Strategy" is deployed in the hope of cutting 100% of paper usage in government entities by the end of 2021.

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New Apple feature: Alerts users when being tracked

The 'Item Safety Alerts' feature appearing in the beta version of iOS 14.5 will notify Apple users if it detects that the device is 'tailing' them.

The 'Item Safety Alerts' feature appearing in the beta version of iOS 14.5 will notify Apple users if it detects that the device is 'tailing' them.

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Samsung releases Galaxy XCover 5 that fit for field and factory work

On March 5, Samsung Electronics Co.  (Korea) introduced a new high-durability smartphone named Galaxy XCover 5 that designed to meet the needs of people working outdoors or in factories.

On March 5, Samsung Electronics Co.  (Korea) introduced a new high-durability smartphone named Galaxy XCover 5 that designed to meet the needs of people working outdoors or in factories.

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