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Huawei prepares for US ban by checking on suppliers and activating contingency plans

Huawei Technologies, the Chinese telecom equipment giant that has been restricted from using US technologies, is preparing for the break by checking on its suppliers and readying contingency plans.Huawei has been checking with its non-US suppliers to verify whether they are still able to work with the company under the ban, according to people familiar with the matter, who declined to be named as the information is private.Three companies from Huawei’s supply chain confirmed with the South… Source link

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#Joeyjios: Over 800 Gudetama, My Melody and Hello Kitty inflatables invade Sentosa – but is it worth checking out? , Singapore News

The March holidays are just around the corner, and if you’re a parent, you’re probably already aware that the annual Sentosa FunFest is back for their fifth run. Complete with free admission for Singapore residents from March 16-24, this year’s event includes an “invasion” by over 800 Gudetama, My Melody and Hello Kitty inflatables. Yes, they’ll be perfect for your critters to jump on and those IG-worthy family pictures to show off on Facebook. But for those without a mini-me, is the inflatable-mania worth braving the heat and making a trip…

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Tencent-backed AI firm aims to free up parents and teachers from checking children’s maths homework

In China, there is big culture of practise makes perfect. As such, school homework is a battlefield not only for Chinese children but also for their parents and teachers, who have the task of reviewing assignments. Technology is increasingly lending a helping hand though and now a Beijing-based online education start-up has developed an artificial intelligence-powered maths app that can check children’s arithmetic problems through the simple snap of a photo. Based on the image and its internal database, the app automatically checks whether the answers are right or wrong.…

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