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  • LIFE

    Stranger music in BKK

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 06/11/2019

    » Can't get enough of the Netflix's hippest original science-fiction series and pop culture phenomenon Stranger Things? Concert promoter Have You Heard? invites fans of the show to dig deeper into the dark, mysterious, 80s synthesizer-influenced sound at "Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein: The Music Of Stranger Things" on Nov 23 at KBank Siam Pic-Ganesha theatre, Siam Square One, plus special opening acts including local DJs, Marmosets and DCNXXX.


    Cameroon's war on anglophones is self-defeating

    News, Gwynne Dyer, Published on 06/11/2019

    » Sometimes Donald Trump gets it right. In February he cut off US military aid to the central African country of Cameroon because of its appalling human rights record (and didn't even offer to restore it if the Cameroon government dug up dirt on his political opponents at home). Last Friday he acted again, dropping Cameroon from a pact that promotes trade between sub-Saharan African countries and the US.


    Kenyan held in cocaine bust at airport

    News, King-oua Laohong, Published on 06/11/2019

    » A Kenyan woman was arrested at Suvarnabhumi airport on Saturday with more than one kilogramme of cocaine in her stomach, according to the Office of the Narcotics Control Board.


    MTL banking on property to hike return

    Business, Darana Chudasri, Published on 06/11/2019

    » Muang Thai Life Assurance (MTL) is adding property to its investment portfolio, splurging 3.8 billion baht to construct an office building aiming for higher returns to match long-term insurance's liability obligations amid the low interest rate environment.

  • LIFE

    A thousand cuts

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 06/11/2019

    » At the zenith of her career in music, South Korean singer and actress Sulli appeared as if she was living a perfect life. Unfortunately, the dark side to her apparent fairy tale was revealed with her recent tragic death.

  • TECH

    Don't call AI bigoted

    Life, James Hein, Published on 06/11/2019

    » Despite what some claim, Artificial Intelligence is not racist. Google built a system to detect hate speech or speech that exhibited questionable content. Following the rules given, it picked out a range of people with what some try to claim was a bias toward black people. Wrong. The AI simply followed the rules and a larger number of black people and some other minorities, as defined in the US, were found to be breaking those rules. It didn't matter to the machines that when one group says it, it isn't defined as hate speech by some; it simply followed the rules. People can ignore or pretend not to see rules, but machines don't work that way. What the exercise actually found was that speech by some groups is ignored while the same thing said by others isn't. As the saying goes, don't ask the question if you're not prepared to hear the answer.


    Building a well-balanced innovation team

    Business, Detlef Reis, Published on 06/11/2019

    » Have you ever been part of an innovation project team? How effectively did you and your colleagues resolve your innovation challenge? And how enjoyable was your creative teamwork?


    Financial education key to growth

    News, Published on 06/11/2019

    » Amid downgrades in economic growth forecasts pressured by protracted global trade uncertainties and strong baht lies a perennial social problem: swelling household debt.

  • LIFE

    An evening of German drama

    Life, Published on 06/11/2019

    » The "Germanic Heroism -- Austrian Charm" concert offered by the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra last week proved to be a most enjoyable evening of classical music.

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