This picture shows an engineer from artificial intelligence company Pulse9 conducting a demonstration as a live actor for virtual human Zaein, seen on-screen, during an interview with AFP at the company in Seoul.//AFP

From K-pop to sales girls: AI goes mainstream in South Korea

Seoul, South Korea – Her face is a deepfake. Her body belongs to a team of similar-sized actors. But she sings, reads the news, and sells luxury clothes on TV as AI…

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Thailand’s new PM holds talks with Tesla chief Musk

 Thailand’s new Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on Thursday he held talks with Tesla TSLA.O chief Elon Musk during a visit to New York and they discussed the electric vehicle industry. Thailand,…

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PM asks Microsoft to invest in regional data centre in Thailand

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin invited Microsoft to invest in developing Thailand as a regional data centre during an informal discussion with Microsoft executives in New York on Thursday evening. An…

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PM admits political divide in Thailand is difficult to tackle

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin told Thai people living in the United States that the country’s political conflict is a matter of serious concern which is difficult and may take time…

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Interior Minister Anutin Charnvirakul chats with Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sitthipun after holding a talk on February 19.

Anutin admits to difficulties in solving the Green Line train issues

Interior Minister Anutin Charnvirakul admitted today (Tuesday) that solving the Green Line train issue, which involves massive debt, concession contracts and legal disputes, is complicated and difficult and will take…

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Elon Musk departs following a meeting in the office of US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, on September 13.//AFP

Musk considers charging all X users monthly fee

Paris, France –  Elon Musk has sparked outrage among fans of his social media platform X by suggesting he might introduce a monthly fee for all users, in what would be the…

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First deputy House speaker Padipat Santiphada

Deputy House speaker defends trip to Singapore

Deputy House speaker Padipat Suntiphada has defended his planned Singapore trip, saying people should not jump the gun in criticising him or his trip. “It is strange, because the trip…

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Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin attends the Thai Rath Forum 2023, on September 18.

NESDC casts doubts over domestic consumption rise from digital wallet scheme

National Social and Economic Council (NESDC) is unsure that the digital wallet scheme will boost domestic consumption to the level desired by the government, as the current consumption rate remains…

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NASA Administrator Bill Nelson speaks during a NASA briefing on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) at NASA headquarters in Washington, DC, on September 14//AFP

NASA joins the still controversial search for UFOs

NASA on Thursday officially joined the search for UFOs — but reflecting the stigma attached to the field, the US space agency kept secret for hours the identity of the person heading a…

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An H2-A rocket carrying a small lunar surface probe and other objects lifts off from the Tanegashima Space Centre on Tanegashima island, Kagoshima prefecture on September 7.//AFP

Japan launches ‘Moon Sniper’ mission

Tokyo, Japan – Japan’s “Moon Sniper” mission blasted off Thursday as the country’s space programme looks to bounce back from a string of recent mishaps, weeks after India’s historic lunar…

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Walk-A-Tif: FLOCK OF … Discover the supernatural nature of floating fish

You might think that the schools of fish swimming through the air in this room are normal floating-fish balloons at first glance. Actually, every fish is a work of art,…

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An example of cctv images of a criminal is displayed on a slide during a media event at a Thames Valley Police training facility in Sulhamstead near Reading on August 24, 2023.//AFP

Better than AI? The UK police who never forget a face

Artificial intelligence and facial recognition software are seen by some as the future of crime-fighting around the world. But British police say it has to go hand in hand with…

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Princess Ubol Ratana joins fight against call centre scammers

Princess Ubol Ratana is supporting cybercrime police efforts to crackdown on call centre scams with a special episode on her popular “To be Number One” YouTube channel. Episode 94, called…

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How smart technology helps in healthcare

Science and technology make life easier, safer and more comfortable for us all. In the medical and healthcare fields, advances in science and medical technology have generated vaccines to tackle…

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Japan’s ‘Moon Sniper’ mission looks to match Indian success

Hot on the heels of India’s historic lunar landing, Japan’s space programme is hoping to rebound from a string of setbacks with this weekend’s launch of its own mission: “Moon…

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Deputy spokesperson for the Pheu Thai party, Treechada Srithada

“Digital Wallet” scheme expected to be launched by mid-2024

Pheu Thai party’s Digital Wallet scheme is expected to be launched during the first half of next year, but before the Songkran festival in April. Deputy spokesperson for the Pheu…

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ERIA launches a digital innovation centre

Jakarta – To promote digital innovation and sustainable economic growth in East Asia, ASEAN’s research think-tank, the Economic Research Institute of ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), launched the Digital Innovation…

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Canadian govt to stop buying ads on Facebook, Instagram

Canada’s government will stop buying ads on Facebook and Instagram, Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez announced Wednesday, as a feud heats up with tech giants over a new media compensation law….

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Silpakorn U’s dean defends use of Loopsie on faculty Facebook page

The Dean of the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts at Silpakorn University has defended his decision to use the popular “Loopsie” AI application on the faculty’s Facebook page….

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File photo : SpaceX, Twitter and electric car maker Tesla CEO Elon Musk.//AFP

AFP sues Musk’s X over copyright

AFP news agency launched a copyright case in France on Wednesday against social media giant Twitter, recently rebranded X, part of a global struggle to get tech firms to pay…

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South Korea to release self-driving car in 2023

South Korea plans to release its Level 3-autonomous driving vehicle in 2023 that is capable of driving without human operation. South Korean media report shows a test drive of a…

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Musk draws heat from San Francisco over giant X logo

A giant, glowing X marks the San Francisco spot where Elon Musk says he plans to keep his company, the messaging platform X, formerly known as Twitter. But city officials and some…

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Prototype luxury train car being developed by KMIT Ladkrabang

King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang has recently unveiled its locally-developed prototype luxury train carriage, to be put into service on the State Railway of Thailand’s (SRT) high-speed and tourist…

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Electric Tuk-Tuks reduce greenhouse gas emissions, easier for the elderly to use

Thailand is well-known for its brightly coloured tuk-tuks, which are as much of a feature of the country as the ancient temples built during the Ayutthaya period. Today, the country…

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DNA-sampling drone could help monitor rainforest biodiversity

Innovative use of drone technology to monitor the health of rainforest has seen a group of scientists and researchers from Switzerland reach the final of the XPRIZE Rainforest, a $10…

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Thai-Saudi business prospects

Diplomatic relations between Saudi Arabia and Thailand were re-established in 2022, ending several decades of rift between the two countries. This led to growing economic cooperation. Thai entrepreneurs had been…

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‘sPace’ dynamic prosthetic foot

An award for an invented product, from NRCT 2023, has gone to the ‘sPace’ Dynamic Prosthetic Foot, from Thai medical researchers and innovators. It offers a human prosthetic foot that…

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Dr. Alfonso Sabater, checks Antonio Vento Carvajal’s eye under a blue light after applying a stain to check to see if more ulcers had developed, before a gene therapy treatment, Thursday, July 6, 2023, at University of Miami Health System’s Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Gene therapy eyedrops restored a boy’s sight. Similar treatments could help millions

Dr. Alfonso Sabater pulled up two photos of Antonio Vento Carvajal’s eyes. One showed cloudy scars covering both eyeballs. The other, taken after months of gene therapy given through eyedrops,…

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Twitter challenger Threads struggles for traction

After a wildly successful first few days, Threads popularity has waned in the weeks since Meta launched its challenge to Twitter, which lives on despite its problems. The average amount…

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Is AI a threat to newsrooms?

2023 is the “breakthrough year for artificial intelligence (AI) and its application for journalism,” according to the Reuters Institute Digital News Report, which points out that AI transcription tools are…

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Meta’s Threads app and Twitter logos are seen in this illustration taken July 4, 2023. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo

Meta takes aim at Twitter with Threads app, millions join

New York – Meta Platforms (META.O) on Wednesday launched a direct challenge to Twitter with Threads, garnering millions of users in hours as it sought to take advantage of its…

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Facebook owner Meta to launch Twitter-like ‘Threads’ app

Facebook owner Meta’s new Threads app, meant to compete with Twitter, was available for pre-order on mobile app stores on iPhone and Android operating systems on Monday. Listed as “Threads,…

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‘’5 findings’’ strategy for Thai start-up development and innovation

Thailand’s start-up sector is increasing its opportunities and reinforcing its strength by cooperating with international funds in Southeast Asia and Middle East. During a recent forum discussion on Thai start-ups,…

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Using the WATSON camera on its robotic arm, NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover took a selfie with the Ingenuity helicopter – seen here about 3.9 meters from the rover – on April 6, 2021. (Photo by NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS)

NASA’s Mars helicopter ‘phones home’ after no contact for 63 days

Long time, no speak: NASA has re-established contact with the intrepid Ingenuity Mars Helicopter after more than two months of radio silence, the space agency said Friday. The mini rotorcraft,…

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Meta launches more parental supervision tools for Instagram. Is it enough?

Instagram and Facebook’s parent company Meta is adding some new parental supervision tools and privacy features to its platforms as social media companies face increasing scrutiny over their effects on…

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Wearable robotic “arms” help users explore idea of multi-limbed cyborg society

A dancer stands motionless while a white robotic arm rises from behind her. As she starts to move, another white limb joins in, creating a performance where her biological and…

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First AI weather presenter in Taiwan makes TV debut

Taiwan’s channel FTV News has introduced an AI character, presenting a 2-minute weather forecast. After six months of continuous development, a fresh and sophisticated virtual presenter finally went on air…

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World’s largest hydro-solar power station at the highest altitude has been put into operation in Tibet

The first phase of the world’s largest hydro-solar power station at the highest altitude has been put into operation beginning Sunday. The first phase of the Kela photovoltaic power station…

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Want a climate-friendly flight? It’s going to take a while and cost you more

When it comes to flying, going green may cost you more. And it’s going to take a while for the strategy to take off. Sustainability was a hot topic this…

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Morning commute traffic streams past the Meta sign outside the headquarters of Facebook parent company Meta Platforms Inc in Mountain View, California, U.S. November 9, 2022. REUTERS/Peter DaSilva/File Photo

Malaysia to take legal action against Meta over harmful content

Malaysia said on Friday it will take legal action against Facebook parent Meta Platforms for failing to remove “undesirable” posts, the strongest measure the country has taken to date over such…

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Health innovations advanced with ‘Early Health Technology Assessment’

Early Health Technology Assessment, or early HTA, is a tool that can help health innovations to meet the needs of the global health system. The approach was utilized by World…

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TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew delivers his opening speech during the TikTok Southeast Asia Impact Forum 2023 in Jakarta on June 15, 2023. / AFP

TikTok’s venture into e-commerce paying off: report

TikTok’s nascent venture into online shopping is paying off, with its e-commerce affiliate gaining a substantial market share in Southeast Asia just a year after its launch, a report said…

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Thailand’s first tokamak device for fusion energy research to begin operating in July 

Thailand’s first tokamak device is ready to start operations for fusion energy research in July, after a successful trial on April 21st, according to Thailand’s Institute of Nuclear Technology (TINT)….

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Hundreds of German Protestants have attended a church service in Bavaria that was generated almost entirely by artificial intelligence. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

Can a chatbot preach a good sermon? Hundreds attend church service generated by ChatGPT to find out

The artificial intelligence chatbot asked the believers in the fully packed St. Paul’s church in the Bavarian town of Fuerth to rise from the pews and praise the Lord. The…

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Transport Ministry mulls police bodycams for weighbridge officials

The Thai Ministry of Transport plans to procure body cameras to be used by officials working at weighbridges on the country’s highways and rural roads, to prevent them from demanding…

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Isuzu auto maker has no plan to relocate production to Indonesia

Japanese auto maker Isuzu has no plan to move its production plants from Thailand to Indonesia, as reported by Indonesian media, according to Narit Therdsteerasukdi, secretary-general of Thailand’s Board of…

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Seoul airport bus to rely on hydrogen by 2030

Seoul metropolitan government announces that all airport buses will be replaced by hydrogen buses by 2030. Most of airport buses are diesel-powered at present. This airport bus travels between Incheon…

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Newer heart transplant method could allow more patients a chance at lifesaving surgery

Most transplanted hearts are from donors who are brain dead, but new research shows a different approach can be just as successful and boost the number of available organs. It’s…

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Apple Vision Pro headset is displayed in a showroom on the Apple campus after it’s unveiling on Monday, June 5, 2023, in Cupertino, Calif. (Photo by Jeff Chiu/AP)

Apple’s Vision Pro goggles unleash a mixed reality that could lead to more innovation and isolation

Reporters are a skeptical bunch, so it was unusual to hear so many of them raving about their firsthand experience with Apple’s next Big Thing: the high-priced headset called Vision…

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Labor-saving robots on display at food-tech show in Tokyo

One of the world’s largest exhibitions of technology for the food industry, Fooma Japan 2023, has kicked off in Tokyo. Robots that can pack items on assembly lines are attracting…

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Phuket set to be a new model for food waste disposal

With the Phuket tourism industry well on the way to recovery and aiming to welcome 12 million tourist arrivals this year, the problem of food waste is seen as an…

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Top AI CEOs, experts raise ‘risk of extinction’ from AI

Top artificial intelligence (AI) executives including OpenAI CEO Sam Altman on Tuesday joined experts and professors in raising the “risk of extinction from AI”, which they urged policymakers to equate at par with risks…

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Dark cloud over ChatGPT revolution: the cost

The explosion of generative AI has taken the world by storm, but one question all too rarely comes up: Who can afford it? OpenAI bled around $540 million last year…

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In global rush to regulate AI, Europe set to be trailblazer

The breathtaking development of artificial intelligence has dazzled users by composing music, creating images and writing essays, while also raising fears about its implications. Even European Union officials working on…

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Inflationary pressure easing in Asia, boosting sales of consumer technology

2023 will be marked by stability, with revenue growth driven by value-hungry consumers, according to market research firm GFK. In 2022, the Asia Pacific Technical Consumer Goods (TCG) market faced…

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Jakarta mosque leads the way on renewable energy

Jakarta’s Grand Istiqlal Mosque is busy with worshippers this Ramadan. This year they are being encouraged to donate to boost the mosque’s green credentials. A major renovation in 2019 installed…

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AI Is Changing The Future of Work: How Could We Change Ours?

AI is not going to seize our jobs as many dread, but it surely is going to transform the future of jobs. However, we, humans, possess qualities that AI still…

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Shared vision – Exploring the “Be My Eyes” app

Technology enables us to support individuals with disabilities and “Be My Eyes” is a tool which has revolutionised the way we help those with visual impairments. The application has made…

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This photo illustration shows the ChatGPT logo at an office in Washington, DC, on March 15, 2023. (Photo by Stefani Reynolds / AFP)

How AI could upend the world even more than electricity or the internet

The rise of artificial general intelligence — now seen as inevitable in Silicon Valley — will bring change that is “orders of magnitude” greater than anything the world has yet…

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Singapore uses geospatial data to make roads greener, safer, and easier to navigate

Location information is being used to make Singapore’s roads greener, safer, and easier to navigate. Using geospatial data to improve people’s lives is here to stay, as the Singapore Land…

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(Centre) Jirapat Lee, head of platform policy at TikTok in Thailand.

TikTok bans political campaigning on its platform

The TikTok short video platform has announced that it will not allow political parties, politicians or paying advertisers to use it for political campaigning ahead of Thailand’s general election, tentatively…

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Expert’s advice to parents whose children fall victim online

Parents should hug and show love to their teenage children when they are desperate and cannot solve their problems, is the advice from Associate Professor Dr. Suriyadeo Tripathi, director of…

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Students from Thailand’s south win New Gen Inventors Award 2023

Four high school students in the southern province of Yala have earned high praise from Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha for winning the New Gen Inventors Award 2023 with their innovative…

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Ear check application to help detect early dementia

Thais now have a convenient choice for checking their hearing thanks to the launch of the EarTest by Eartone application, which could also help detect early dementia, Developed mainly by…

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Thai Digital Economy and Society Ministry to get 2,000 more officers

The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (DES) plans to upgrade the Technology Crime Suppression Division (TCSD) into a bureau, with its manpower increased by 2,000 over the next two…

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Exoskeleton for stroke rehab cleared by U.S. regulators

A self-balancing exoskeleton that enables users to move in multiple directions hands-free has been cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for stroke rehabilitation. Since 2020, French developers…

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Passenger assistance robots introduced at Bangkok’s main train terminal

Passengers using the Krung Thep Aphiwat Train Terminal in Bangkok, formerly the Bang Sue Grand Station, for the first time will be assured of not losing their way in the…

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World enters ‘new age’ of clean energy manufacturing: IEA

The world is at the “dawn of a new industrial age” of clean energy technology manufacturing that will triple in value by 2030 and create millions of jobs, the International…

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Best of CES 2023: High-tech eyebrows and a boba tea robot

Tech companies showed off their latest products this week at CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show, with new developments in video as well as lifestyle enhancements with beverage…

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Musk says will step down as Twitter CEO once successor found

Elon Musk said Tuesday he would resign as chief executive of Twitter once he finds a replacement, in apparent response to a poll he launched that suggested users wanted him…

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Musk set to finally take wraps off Tesla truck – to tough crowd

Tesla is set to unveil on Thursday its long-delayed Semi, a 18-wheeler heavy duty vehicle that has faced skepticism from industry experts who doubt battery electric trucks can take the strain…

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Elon Musk’s Twitter lifts rule against Covid misinformation

Twitter said it has stopped enforcing a policy intended to prevent the spread of Covid misinformation, as new owner Elon Musk — who has clashed previously with US officials over…

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US to help Thailand develop small nuclear reactors

The United States will help Thailand develop nuclear power through a new class of small reactors, part of a programme aimed at fighting climate change, Vice President Kamala Harris announced on a visit Saturday….

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Musk’s Twitter faces fresh conspiracy theories during U.S. midterms vote – experts

Election experts reported new conspiracy theories spreading across Twitter and other social media platforms as Americans headed to the polls on Tuesday, days after Twitter Inc fired half its staff and new owner…

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Hackers leak Australian health records on dark web

Hackers on Wednesday began leaking sensitive medical records stolen from an Australian health insurer with nearly 10 million customers, including the prime minister, after the firm refused to pay a…

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Musk offers to close Twitter buyout deal at original price

Elon Musk on Tuesday offered to push through with his buyout of Twitter at the original agreed price, as a trial over his efforts to withdraw from the deal loomed….

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Steven Silverman, Senior Technical Program Manager and Manager of Imagery Solutions for Google, shows off past Google Street View Camera devices at the Google Street View Garage in Mountain View, California on August 29, 2022. – 2022 marks the 15th anniversary of Google Maps’ Street View. (Photo by Brittany Hosea-Small / AFP)

Google’s immersive Street View could be glimpse of metaverse

Fifteen years after its launch, a Google Maps feature that lets people explore faraway places as though standing right there is providing a glimpse of the metaverse being heralded as…

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Thai cabinet exempts locally-assembled and produced EVs from customs duties

The electric vehicle industry in Thailand was given a shot in the arm today (Tuesday) when the cabinet decided to exempt from customs duties battery electric vehicles (BEVs), which are…

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Thai students win annual CanSat international competition

Bangkok’s Assumption College students have achieved fame for Thailand when they won the championship in the annual CanSat design-build-launch competition for space type systems, held at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University…

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Virtual human launched to warn people of dangers of dengue fever

Many Thai netizens had been wondering who an enigmatic girl, named Ingma, is and her relevance, after the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and the Department of Disease Control (DDC) jointly…

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Thai government to sell ฿80 lottery tickets online to prevent overpricing

To prevent unscrupulous lottery vendors from taking advantage of consumers by overcharging for lottery tickets, sometimes by as much as 50 baht per ticket, Thailand’s Government Lottery Office (GLO) will…

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Personal Data Protection Law comes into force on June 1

After a two-year postponement, Thailand’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) will come into force on June 1st, according to Deputy Government Spokesperson Rachada Dhnadirek. She said that the law will…

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Boy creates QR code to trace missing elderly people with memory problems

A 15-year-old Thai student has created a QR code system for use by elderly people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or other age-related memory loss. The system will help their family…

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Cryptocurrency tax exempt for trades on approved exchanges until end of 2023

Investors who trade cryptocurrencies or digital tokens through properly registered exchanges will be entitled to a 7% VAT exemption on the transfer of the digital assets, retroactively from April 1st…

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Thai engineers win APEC 2022 App Challenge

Two Thai engineers won the 2022 APEC App Challenge, held in Thailand, early this week during the APEC Ministers Responsible for Trade meeting. The winners are Palakon Kotchapansompote and Peerawit…

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China green-lights self-driving passenger vehicles in Beijing

Beijing on Thursday became the first Chinese city to green-light the pilot commercial operation of self-driving passenger vehicles without anyone in the driver’s seat. With safety supervisors in the front…

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Twitter says Musk not joining board, warns of ‘distractions ahead’

(Reuters) – Elon Musk rejected Twitter Inc’s offer to join its board, a dramatic turn in a week when the billionaire became its biggest shareholder, with the social media company warning…

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Thailand’s first intestinal and multivisceral transplantation performed

Siriraj Hospital announced today (Tuesday) that it has performed Thailand’s first intestinal and multivisceral transplantation. Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Siriraj Hospital Prof. Dr. Prasit Watanapa called the…

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Thai students win international award for space technology

A group of engineering students from Thailand’s   has won an international award in Japan for their space technology project, which aims to develop a special drug to protect human DNA…

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Digital tokens to fund production of Thailand’s “Love Destiny 2” movie

Fans of all ages of the “Bupphesanniwat” (Love Destiny) hit TV series four years ago may get the chance to see the long-awaited “Bupphesanniwat 2” movie, as the Kubix Digital…

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Thailand’s Pad Kaprao is out of this world

If you think enjoying Pad Kaprao (basil stir-fried meat) in restaurants or on the streets may be a bit ordinary, how about sending it off into space, or almost? The…

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Tesla forecasts 2022 growth above 50%, despite supply chain challenges

Tesla Inc on Wednesday forecast vehicle deliveries would comfortably grow by more than 50% year-over-year in 2022 despite persistent supply chain issues that it expects to be alleviated only next…

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Thailand’s civil aviation authority insists 5G does not interfere with aircraft signals

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has explained that 5G emissions do not affect aviation and confirmed that the signals are on a different wavelength. The CAAT also pointed…

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Under pressure, Apple allows self-repairs to iPhones, Macs

Apple is letting some iPhone users fix their own phones, a sharp turnaround for a company that has long prohibited anyone but company-approved technicians from fiddling with its proprietary parts…

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Thailand’s first floating solar panel power plant begins operation

The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) has started electricity generation at its hydro-floating solar hybrid project on the Sirindhorn Dam in the north-eastern province of Ubon Ratchathani. The project…

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Thai charter court’s website hacked, renamed ‘Kangaroo Court’

Thailand’s Constitutional Court website has been hacked, following yesterday’s reading of its decision that three well-known anti-establishment leaders were attempting to overthrow the constitutional monarchy through their speeches given at…

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Body found in Chao Phraya River after 2.5-day search with help of underwater robot

The body of a 27-year-old man, plunging along with his car into the Chao Phraya River in the Muang district of Thailand’s Nakhon Sawan province on Friday night, has been…

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Facebook will shut down facial recognition system

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc announced on Tuesday it is shutting down its facial recognition system, which automatically identifies users in photos and videos, citing growing societal concerns about the use of such technology. “Regulators are…

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The future is electric: your questions about EVs answered

Now that auto companies are rolling out more and more electric vehicles (EVs) onto the Thai market, the real question is whether the time has come for Thai consumers to…

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