redONE Network group chief executive officer Farid Yunus says telecommunication companies in Malaysia would prefer to delay introduction of 5G technology.
National Press Club of Malaysia president Datuk Ahirudin Attan, while lauding Australia’s bold move in getting tech companies to pay for content, says governments should join forces to make their voices heard.
WISE AI picked up two medals at the prestigious ASEAN ICT Awards (AICTA) in Vientiane, a deserving recognition for Malaysian businesses and the startup community.
As The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Season 4 held at the KL Life Centre starts tomorrow, Head of Sports, eGG Network, Astro’s Lee Choong Khay says brands need to experience eSports for themselves to truly understand the potential of the industry.
A new mobile phone application that promises delicious food at affordable prices has been launched by Human Life Advancement Foundation.
WISE AI agrees with Malaysia’s Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo that talent, trust and ethics are needed to help artificial intelligence (AI) be accepted by everyone.
WISE AI has made huge inroads in Thailand and played a big part in the True Digital Park’s ‘TDPK Boost Up Week: Corporate Connect’ held last week.
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.
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.
WISE AI founder and co-director Justin Goh says Malaysia must look into policies that will stimulate artificial intelligence and facial recognition which will turn the nation into a leading industry player in Southeast Asia.
Huawei users in Malaysia in the dark following Google’s move to suspend business with Huawei, resulting in Chinese tech company losing access to Android operating systems and popular applications like Google Play Store and Gmail.