Google Translate is now available using a new method called Neural Machine Learning. How is it different from before? Edwin Yapp reports.
Chea Kagnarith is leveraging on the cheap computing power of Raspberry Pi to solve the problem of quality teachers in rural Cambodia.
‘Location-independent entrepreneur’ Jacob Laukaitis makes a compelling argument for why KL is the best spot to launch a business for the Asian market, and why he intends to put his roots down here.
MyTeksi is working with Science of Life Studies 24/7 (SOLS 24/7), a non-governmental organisation that focuses on educating and empowering the lives of those in rural communities, on a donation drive themed ‘Delivering Happiness’ to collect used toys and English books for 2,000 children in underserved communities.
According to a recent JobStreet.com survey, employers are increasingly looking beyond academic results when it comes to hiring fresh graduates. The No 1 deciding factor is good interpersonal and communication skills, followed by a good command of English and the right salary expectation.
As a follow-up to his last column on ‘Big data requires big decisions,’ DNA columnist Bernard Sia this week talks about the massive changes required to ensure successful big data implementations – and also offers an example of the Empire using Rebel technology!