A Smart Axiata spokesperson told reporters the technology is ready to be deployed in Cambodia’s urban areas, once government licensure is in place.
The projects, done in collaboration with various organs of China’s People’s Liberation Army, span artificial intelligence to radio communications, Bloomberg reports.
GFW Pro tracks and analyzes plantations, farms, national parks and mills to pinpoint deforestation risks like fires and illegal logging using data sets like satellite images.
The Southeast Asian city-state’s 30-by-30 plan aims to raise domestic food production from 10 to 30 percent by 2030, with tiered fish farms and rooftop gardens.
Chinese officials say they are opposed to, but are not afraid of, a trade war with the U.S. “We will definitely properly deal with all external challenges,” said one.
The Chinese telecom company filed a motion with a Texas court on Tuesday arguing that the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act violates the company’s due process.
The temporary reprieve, says U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, will give operators relying on Huawei equipment time to make new arrangements.
Huawei will immediately lose access to updates from Google’s Android operating system, which could hobble the Chinese tech giant’s business outside of China.
The smartphone-centric jobs platform Neh Thit uses chatbot technology to target the mass market of low- and middle-income job seekers while addressing employers’ needs.
A government agency rejected Spark New Zealand's proposal to use 5G equipment of China's Huawei Technologies in its planned network citing significant national security risks.
The minister responsible for overseeing cybersecurity preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Games has caused embarrassment and concern over preparations for the global sporting event.
One such application aims to take the spotlight off the victim and focus on the areas where crimes are committed so action can be taken.
Facebook said a human rights report it commissioned on its presence in Myanmar showed it had not done enough to prevent its social network from being used to incite violence.
Trump's administration took action to cut off a Chinese state-backed chipmaker from US suppliers amid allegations the firm stole intellectual property from a US company.
Attracting talent from Taiwan is part of an effort by China to reduce dependence on overseas firms for the chips that power everything from smartphones to military satellites.