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  • China, U.S. leading global AI race

    China and the United States are ahead of the global competition to dominate artificial intelligence (AI), according to a study by the U.N. World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) published on Thursday.

    Written by Reuters01 Feb. 19 09:42
  • ​Living in the land of fast internet

    Australia is playing ‘catchup’ on broadband service delivery and our slowness will work against us in terms of international competitiveness.

    Written by David Gee06 Oct. 16 16:51
  • ​David Gee joins Metlife Japan as CIO

    Former CUA CIO, David Gee, has moved across to Metlife Insurance in Japan as its new statutory executive officer, senior VP, and CIO.

    Written by Byron Connolly11 July 16 10:51
  • Belgian hospitals turn to robots to receive patients

    Robots have already invaded the operating room in some hospitals, but in Belgium they will soon be taking on the potentially more difficult task -- for robots, at least -- of greeting patients and giving them directions.

    Written by Peter Sayer17 June 16 23:30
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  • 10 Cultural Faux Pas You Should Never Make in Japan

    From language mishaps run amok--"I once said 'That's wonderful' when a person said her uncle died," confesses businessman Ron McFarland--to blowing your nose in public, there are <a href="http://www.cio.com/article/452371/Offshore_Outsourcing_Survey_Looks_at_Impact_of_Cultural_Differences">many faux pas people unknowingly make</a> when doing business in another culture. And Japan is rife with opportunities for Westerners to make mistakes.

    Written by Shawna McAlearney28 April 09 11:41
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