Mechanoids have made real headway into high-tech manufacturing, digital diagnostics and roles thought too dull for humanfolk.
30 October 2018
Although self-driving cars and delivery drones may be grabbing pretty much all the headlines, there are other, less glamorous, autonomous vehicles that have quietly transformed a number of commercial and industrial sectors. More
The disruptive family of artificial intelligence technologies has moved decisively on to roads and into factories, offices and homes.
23 October 2018
Discussions on artificial intelligence (AI) often turn into face-offs between the pros – who come up with pithy quotes of the “knowledge is power” or “data is the new oil” variety – and the cons who point to job losses and the danger of Terminator machines. More
Adventurous Russian gourmets look to Asian cuisine as sanctions crimp exports from the West.
16 October 2018
This year's Taste of Moscow event saw the chill of Western trade embargoes briefly lift as globally sourced gourmet delights and local restaurateurs jostled for the attention of munch-minded Muscovites in a four-day culinary cavalcade.More
The spotlight shines on ASEAN and other emerging markets as new tariffs prompt exporters and importers to revise strategies.
18 September 2018
As trade tensions between the Chinese mainland and United States are causing uncertainty on both sides of the globe, Hong Kong small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are shoring up their businesses by developing strategies to meet the challenges posed. More