The Malaysian Snooker and Billiards Federation (MSBF) hopes its free classes will help popularise the sport and unearth talents to represent the nation.
Promising a hassle-free integration of systems, WISE AI’s soon to be launched ‘Software Development Kit’ (SDK) is set to be a game changer by making it easier for a company to use its facial recognition programs.
Industry players see new technologies such as automation and artificial intelligence as an opportunity to upskill their staff en route to establishing Malaysia as the preferred contact centre hub.
YTL Communications Sdn Bhd has accused the Education Ministry of breach of contract and not acting in good faith by terminating 1BestariNet and Frog Virtual Learning Environment (Frog VLE) services offered by the company to over 10,000 schools nationwide.
Fresh from winning the WBA Asia South Cruiserweight title, Malaysian boxer Farkhan Haron believes more can be done to promote boxing and other martial arts if stakeholders join forces.
The Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society (MPS) recognises a recent plea by general practitioners (GPs) to harmonise their consultation fees but wants patients to be given the liberty to purchase medicines from community pharmacists, adding its members can play a big role in being part of primary healthcare service.
Shuttler R. Kasturi says she and her younger sister Venosha could not have won the women’s doubles event at the recent Fleet Mauritius International 2019 without help from dad, mathematics expert R. Radhakrishnan.
Facial recognition and other technology advancements are great for the hospitality, tourism and events industries and will blend well with the human element, stresses WISE AI co-founder Justin Goh.
Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress (MTBC) president Datuk Dr P.S. Nathan reveals plans to honour bowling official Sidney Tung who died on June 3.
Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Azmin Ali, implicated in a sex video, described the episode as a “nefarious plot” to assassinate his reputation in an attempt to destroy his political career.
Organised crime in sports remains problematic with illicit networks actively involved in doping, match-fixing, money-laundering and blackmail, enabling them to exploit and compromise officials, says former US diplomat David M. Luna. He urges stakeholders to expand international cooperation to bring these criminals to book.
‘Budget constraints’ have resulted in Kuala Lumpur City Hall declining participation in the 13th Asia Junior Exchange Games 2019 in Tokyo in August.