A still from one of the new sample videos produced in Sora – it’s completely AI generated.

New text-to-video generator by OpenAI

TikTok clips, animation and all things filmed – video is a ubiquitous medium with huge influence, but the knowledge and equipment needed to put ideas on a screen can be…

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Robots enter service at Chulalongkorn Hospital to help with the paper work

Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital has put five robots into service in the out-patient department. They will ease the workload of general affairs officials in the registration and issuance of ID cards…

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This illustration picture shows the AI (Artificial Intelligence) smartphone app ChatGPT surrounded by other AI App in Vaasa, on June 6.//AFP

ChatGPT can now search for data on the internet

New York, United States – The generative AI platform ChatGPT can now fetch data directly from the internet and gather up-to-date information in real-time, its creator OpenAI said Wednesday, in a…

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Thailand to launch its second Earth satellite next week

Thailand is set to launch it second Earth observation satellite, THEOS-2, on October 7 at 8.36am (GMT +7) from the Guiana space centre in South America, marking a significant milestone…

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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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Technology comes to the rescue of a dying performance art

Among the traditional Thai performance arts, puppetry is probably one of the most underrated and undernourished. While khon (masked play), nang ta lung (shadow play), likay (folk theatre) and others…

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Khon Kaen U’s designs latest version of pressure relief bed for the bed-ridden

The Faculty of Medical Technology at Khon Kaen University has recently developed the third version of its pressure relief bed for patients with pressure sores. Professor Dr. Wichai Eungpinichpong of the…

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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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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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FILE -Bill Gates, Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, speaks at a news conference during the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Wednesday, May 25, 2022. Gates urged world leaders not to give up on the goals they set to reduce hunger and poverty despite huge recent setbacks documented in a new report released Tuesday, Sept. 13 by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber, File)

Bill Gates: Technological innovation would help solve hunger

NEW YORK (AP) – Bill Gates says the global hunger crisis is so severe that food aid cannot completely solve the problem. Gates argues that what is needed are the…

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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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Facebook expands harassment policy to protect public figures

(AP) – Facebook will expand its policies on harassment to remove more harmful content, the company said Wednesday in its latest change following congressional testimony from a whistleblower who faulted…

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The solar-powered vehicle drives in a closed road, in Guyancourt, south of Paris, Friday Sept. 24, 2021. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

Solar powered van stops in Paris as part of road trip

A vehicle which is fuelled entirely by solar power has arrived in Paris, France as part of its test run on the way to Tarifa in Spain. The road trip…

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FILE – In this Sept. 6, 2021, file photo, Japan’s Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi, speaks to the members of the media after he inspected the British Royal Navy’s HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, back, at the U.S. naval base in Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Defense Minister Kishi said an agreement signed Saturday, Sept. 11, allowing Japan to give defense equipment and technology to Vietnam elevates the two countries’ defense partnership “to a new level.” Kishi meet with his Vietnamese counterpart, Phan Van Giang, in Hanoi. (Kiyoshi Ota/Pool Photo via AP, File)

Japan, Vietnam sign defense transfer deal amid China worries

Japan can now give defense equipment and technology to Vietnam under an agreement signed Saturday, as the two countries step up their military cooperation amid worries about China’s growing military…

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Data of Thailand’s 16 million patients hacked – Digital Ministry

Thailand’s DES ministry has admitted that 16 million patient records from the Public Health Ministry have been hacked and an investigation is underway. The ministry’s cyber department has been informed…

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This Aug. 13, 2020, photo shows a logo for Netflix on a remote control in Portland, Ore. Netflix reported its worst slowdown in subscriber growth in eight years as people emerge from their pandemic cocoons. But it has an answer to that: Video games. On Tuesday, July 20, 2021 the streaming giant announced plans to begin adding video games to its existing subscription plans at no extra cost. The confirmation of the long-anticipated expansion came in conjunction with the release of its latest earnings report. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

Netflix confirms move into video games as its growth slows

SAN RAMON, Calif. (AP) — Netflix reported its worst slowdown in subscriber growth in eight years as people emerge from their pandemic cocoons. So it’s adding a new attraction to…

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Who’s going to lose their job?

The possibility of humans being defeated by an android does not only exist in the movie. Earlier this year, Ministry of Digital Economy and Society listed seven jobs that may…

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