A paper by Carl Benedikt Frey and Michael A. Osborne estimates that around 47 percent of total US employment is ...
Athena Wang
Mon, 14 Aug 17
A University of Oxford study has caused uproar in the Philippines for examining the administration of Rodrigo Duterte's efforts to ...
Karlo Mikhail Mongaya
Fri, 11 Aug 17
Nowadays, it is hard to imagine the world without automation. ‘Doing more with less’ has become a maxim at every ...
Luan Do
Mon, 7 Aug 17
Pop song ‘Despacito’ is no longer on the playlist of Malaysia’s state-owned radio networks and TV channels after an evaluation ...
Mong Palatino
Sat, 5 Aug 17
A government employee in Brunei was charged with violating the Sedition Act over a Facebook post in which he criticized ...
Mong Palatino
Tue, 1 Aug 17
An Epoch Times Survey
MANADO, Indonesia—Southeast Asian nations will cooperate more closely with intelligence and law enforcement authorities from the Middle East amid “grave ...
Reuters
Mon, 31 Jul 17
What are the current trends of AI and its future impacts on mankind? The Epoch Times asked some Jeffrey Tan, ...
Lynnette Sim
Mon, 31 Jul 17
Chinese people are called “hua ren” (華人), but do you know that the word “hua” (華) was derived from the ...
Jocelyn Neo and Li Yen
Mon, 24 Jul 17
This article is from The Irrawaddy, an independent news website in Myanmar, and is republished by Global Voices as part ...
The Irrawaddy
Wed, 19 Jul 17
No matter how business savvy you think you are, when it comes to doing business in China, expect to lose ...
Epoch Times Contributor
Mon, 17 Jul 17
An Epoch Times Survey
Rodrigo Duterte’s first year as president of the Philippines should never be forgotten – for all the wrong reasons. For ...
Tom Smith
Thu, 13 Jul 17
The universal basic income debate has been raging for some years, with politicians and people hotly divided over the notion ...
Tamara Nair
Wed, 12 Jul 17
Philippine Senator Joel Villanueva filed a bill in late June that would criminalize the “malicious distribution of false news.” Media ...
Mong Palatino
Tue, 11 Jul 17
When meltwater breached the global seed bank near Svalbard in May, after unusually warm weather, it served as a stark ...
Simon Marvin, Jonathan Rutherford
Mon, 10 Jul 17