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THAILAND

Huawei Cloud Introduces AI-Native GaussDB in Thailand

Published on 14/05/2024

» Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. on May 14, 2024, hosted the Huawei Cloud Database Summit Thailand 2024. The theme of the summit was "GaussDB: A Better Way to Database". In collaboration with local customers and partners, Huawei introduced GaussDB solutions to enable various public and private industries in Thailand to access AI-Native Database technologies and accelerate digitalization. Huawei Cloud also launched its GaussDB Pioneer Program in Thailand to promote innovation and application of database technologies in the country.

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GENERAL

Making sense of Microsoft's local outlays

Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 09/05/2024

» Microsoft's announcement last week of its first investment in a data centre region in Thailand is expected to enhance the country's digital ecosystem and could fuel competition in the data centre sector.

OPINION

What TikTok got wrong about America

Oped, Published on 09/05/2024

» TikTok is now one of the biggest stories in business and geopolitics. US President Joe Biden has just signed a law that will ban the massively popular app in nine months if its Chinese owner, ByteDance, does not sell it to a non-Chinese entity.

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WORLD

Singapore introduces AI in classrooms

Published on 08/05/2024

» SINGAPORE - At Lakeside Primary School in Singapore, a trolley full of laptops is wheeled to the door of a fifth grade classroom where 30 or so students rush out to a hallway to retrieve them to learn mathematics using artificial intelligence.

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GENERAL

Greenwashing concerns investors

Business, Published on 08/05/2024

» More than nine in ten investors (94%) believe corporate reporting on sustainability performance contains unsupported claims, according to the PwC 2023 Global Investor Survey.

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LIFE

Imagining a world without cash

Life, James Hein, Published on 08/05/2024

» How safe are you in a purely digital economy? If you are carrying cash, someone can of course rob you, or you can lose it or give it to someone. You can also have a stash of it at home for emergencies or for buying something from a garage sale. For the most part, you retain control over any cash you manage. Electronic cash can still be stolen and your ability to spend it can be taken by someone else if your details get into the wrong hands. However, it's convenient, just tap and go, or in some cases, just wave your smartphone over a pad. While you have no idea where your money actually is, a small piece of plastic, your watch or a phone can retrieve it for you for a payment. You can even use it to get cash from a wall.

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GENERAL

Tech chiefs set out their strategies

Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 02/05/2024

» The new head of IBM Thailand and regional leader for Schneider Electric have sounded off on their visions for Thailand amidst multiple challenges, including geopolitical conflicts, economic obstacles and disruptive technology.

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GENERAL

Microsoft to build first data centre in Thailand

Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 01/05/2024

» Microsoft on Wednesday announced its first data centre investment in Thailand to capitalise on the growth of AI-driven transformation in Southeast Asia.

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GENERAL

Rabbit Care keen on Southeast Asia

Business, Nuntawun Polkuamdee, Published on 17/04/2024

» Rabbit Care, Thailand's leading online insurance broker, is venturing into two new countries -- Vietnam and Indonesia -- as part of its Southeast Asia expansion strategy.

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GENERAL

IBM insists organisations work to build public trust

Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 09/04/2024

» Companies will not be able to adopt artificial intelligence (AI) at scale if they are irresponsible about the technology and governance frameworks, says technology firm IBM.