Groundbreaking chatbots such as ChatGPT demand a cautious approach from the public, and regulators need to strike the right balance between protecting privacy and allowing technology to advance.
SpaceX’s satellite services have provided crucial communications for Ukraine’s military and kept civilians connected during Russia’s invasion.
Born Free has revealed the dark side of the souvenir photo trade in which thousands of wild animals are exploited. It wants tourists to stop taking ‘selfish selfies’. So does Australian influencer Rory Eliza.
The Tencent Holdings-backed video game publisher said it will continue to launch merchandise in China in collaboration with licensing partners.
Sam Altman whose firm OpenAI created the ChatGPT bot, said tackling the risks from AI should be ‘a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such as pandemics and nuclear war’.
Big Tech firms from Tencent to ByteDance helped create millions of vloggers, content writers and e-commerce sellers amid a slow pandemic-stricken economy.
Zhihu will immediately start its internal test of the function called Sousuo Juhe, which uses a large language model that is similar to the artificial intelligence technology behind ChatGPT.
E-commerce giant Alibaba is expected to provide Tianjin with highly efficient computing resources at a lower cost to support the city’s various hi-tech development initiatives.
Risks of the side hustle culture include overwork, stress and legal implications of holding a second job in addition to the full-time one, but some Gen Z say it helps keep their passion and interests alive.
Whether it’s to watch Netflix or access banned sites, the use of virtual private networks like NordVPN and ExpressVPN has rocketed in recent years. But are VPN users ever truly hidden?
The firm has threatened legal action on those behind the article, but did not make any comment about which Chinese chatbot was used to create it.
Fake images created by AI of celebrities and public figures have gone viral numerous times on social media in recent months.
The executive shuffle is expected to bring greater synergies between Tencent’s video gaming and live-streaming businesses.
Cheung Wun-yiu applies for judicial review, says new rule is unfair for anyone hoping to remain anonymous over the phone.
The Cyberspace Administration of China said various ethical problems, such as privacy leakage and abuse, can be potentially caused by generative AI, Web3, quantum computing and other recent tech advances.
Chew Shou Zi said his firm will win a legal challenge against the ban and said Beijing ‘never asked us for US users’ data, we will not provide even if asked’.
Fraudulent alerts titled ‘urgent notice’ claim recipients in line to receive portion of HK$50 million recovered from email deception case.
China’s accelerated push for artificial intelligence development shows the government’s resolve to close the gap with the US in this field.
The operator of China’s oldest classifieds website has begun sweeping lay-offs expected to hit 30 per cent of staff, or as many as 10,000 workers.
China’s growing demand for chips used in electric vehicles, servers in data centres and artificial intelligence applications provides a vast opportunity for RISC-V processors to flourish.
Grammarly Business uses artificial intelligence to do things like summarise email threads and compose replies.
Huawei has entered into strategic cooperation agreements with the governments of Tianjin and Sichuan provinces, as well as Guangzhou.
The fintech giant is expected to advance Hangzhou’s digital transformation, while also helping the city stage major international events like the 2023 Asian Games.
At its annual Spark conference, Tencent asserted its commitment to create technologically advanced games, which underscores how mainland China’s video gaming market is fast emerging from a downturn.
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A recent job posting says the e-commerce giant is ‘reimagining Amazon Search with an interactive conversational experience’.
ByteDance says it will ‘vigorously oppose’ the claims of its former US head of engineering, who alleges in a lawsuit that he was wrongfully fired after discovering content theft.
Increasing numbers of women and girls are playing video games and earning money from them. However, they are often harassed, and earn significantly less than their male counterparts.