With the internet economy expected to hit US$300 billion by 2025, ecommerce players will no doubt step up their efforts to further engage consumers.
In a bid to address the AI talent gap, Transwarp is working with schools and the government to enhance data science training in China.
Several technology companies have stepped up to aid in COVID-19 efforts. Apple, for example, has donated over 20 million masks, designed and produced face shields and launched a collaboration with Google to help track the spread of the virus. …
With the success of Airbnb, this data scientist conducts a project to find out the best places to start an Airbnb business in Kuala Lumpur.
Using purely open-source data, the machine learning model could predict Singapore real estate prices with 87% accuracy.
At Tsinghua University in Beijing, more than 3,800 new undergraduate students were processed using face-scanning machines.
Shopee’s Pan Yaozhang shares how her company and team are working to grow data science and AI talent through education, experience, and collaboration.
Michal Polanowski, data science team lead for financial services at Gojek, answers some questions about data science from the internet.
“One day early that fall, I saw a gangly, freckle-faced eighth-grader edging his way into the crowd around the Teletype, all arms and legs and nervous energy.”
If you record HD video 24/7 for 3.4 years, you would reach a petabyte. That’s how much data Flipkart crunches each day. “It’s a survival game.”
Korea’s Naver, Singapore’s EDBI, and Hong Kong’s AMTD are among the other backers of Taiwanese startup Appier’s latest funding round.
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Trade body SITF has partnered with local startup JobKred, which uses data science to match employees to employers based on their skills and experience.
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Saira Bano of Sirasapalli village in Andhra Pradesh earns $3 per day from selling jewelry that she makes watching YouTube videos. “Learning the internet has changed my life,” she says.