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  • Xiaomi is crowdfunding the 8H Smart Mattress that comes with AI

    Xiaomi is crowdfunding the 8H Smart Mattress that comes with AI

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is used on various tech products to make them smarter and more helpful. However, we never expect that one day we will see the technology being used together with a mattress. It is reported that Xiaomi is currently crowdfunding a smart mattress that has several cool features with the price starting from 4,599 Yuan (~RM2,799).

  • Adobe Creative Cloud apps get a lot of new updates and features

    Adobe Creative Cloud apps get a lot of new updates and features

    While we recently tried out the AI-powered Adobe Photoshop CameraAdobe also came out with a lot of new updates and features for their Creative Cloud apps. This includes Adobe Live which lets you Share Edits in Adobe Lightroom (it also has new Local Hue controls) and livestream how you paint or draw in Adobe Fresco. In line with all this automatic sharing, Behance has new search tools while the job boards are free for use.

  • Adobe Photoshop Camera first impressions, AI-powered automatic Photoshop for the masses

    Adobe Photoshop Camera first impressions, AI-powered automatic Photoshop for the masses

    Adobe Photoshop is nearly synonymous with awesome photo editing. However, with recent AI-powered features like Adobe Sensei, it is becoming a lot easier for image editors and photographers to edit better photos. Now, with Adobe Photoshop Camera, you can apply most of the Photoshop magic in real-time for out-of-this-world selfies and super surreal scenery. 

    We managed to get some early preview time with the app, so here’s our first impressions of the Adobe Photoshop Camera. FYI, we tried it out for both Android and iOS, using a midranger like the Samsung Galaxy A50, a former flagship like the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and a more current flagship like the Apple iPhone 11. Check out Adobe’s trailer below and read on to find out more.

  • Green Packet aiming to install thermal scanners in 63 schools in Malaysia

    Green Packet aiming to install thermal scanners in 63 schools in Malaysia

    If you have kids, you're probably hoping they could go back to school soon. Here's some good news then, for some independent Chinese schools in Malaysia could get to reopen soon. In a bid to help schools reopen, Green Packet will look to install thermal scanners in 63 schools in Malaysia.

  • PLUS introduces Putri, the AI chatbot that will handle all your basic info needs

    PLUS introduces Putri, the AI chatbot that will handle all your basic info needs

    Despite the conditional movement control order (CMCO), many parties are preparing for an increase in activity with Hari Raya just around the corner. PLUS Malaysia is expecting traffic to increase during the holidays and has taken steps to make it easier to support road users. Earlier today, the company announced Putri, a new AI chatbot that will help with user feedback and customer services.

  • Samsung will discontinue S Voice assistant beginning 1 June 2020

    Samsung will discontinue S Voice assistant beginning 1 June 2020

    Voice assistants have been around for a few years but it's never really taken off. While Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are commonly used in the USA, other options are hardly popular. For Samsung, its S Voice assistant hasn't gotten any traction and now that it has Bixby, the company has decided to discontinue S Voice.

  • Apple acquires AI company Voysis to improve Siri

    Apple acquires AI company Voysis to improve Siri

    Voice assistants have been around for a few years but most of us don't use them. Among them is Apple's Siri, which was first released in late 2011. Despite the long years of development, Siri continues to be criticised for poor voice recognition accuracy and has been accused of lacking innovation. That may change now that Apple has acquired a new AI company.

  • Royal palace implements thermal scanning tech with AI facial recognition to screen all visitors

    Royal palace implements thermal scanning tech with AI facial recognition to screen all visitors

    With the outbreak of Covid-19, researchers all over the world are looking for solutions and ways to handle the pandemic. One of them is SenseTime, a startup that is developing AI that aims to identify people who are infected with the virus. The company has developed a new thermal scanning tech to scan people visiting the King's Palace while using AI for facial recognition.

  • Driverless technology company Neolix sees business jump due to coronavirus

    Driverless technology company Neolix sees business jump due to coronavirus

    The coronavirus has had a major impact in many ways, causing events to be cancelled and companies to face supply shortages. But one company in Beijing has seen an increase in demand for its business instead. This company is Neolix, a startup from Beijing that develops autonomous delivery vehicles.

  • How to get ready for the Age of AI? What do you need to stay successful?

    How to get ready for the Age of AI? What do you need to stay successful?

    The robots versus humans debacle is an age-old go to for most of the science fiction premises we see today. From the Terminator franchise to Black Mirror, we have seen many portrayals of how Artificial Intelligence or AI could revolutionize the world we live in. As technology advances at breakneck speed, we are on the brink of becoming a society that is wholly dependent on AI. The question is, are we ready for that?  

    We sat down for an insightful discussion with the one and only Professor Dame Wendy Hall DBE, FRS, FREng of University of Southampton who is a known authority on Artificial Intelligence. Check out our interview with her below on how to get ready for the Age of AI (Spoiler: no homicidal robots or future dystopias involved):