Technology helps develop earthquake early warning in China

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Technology helps develop earthquake early warning in China” – below is their description. For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video Earthquake early warnings can effectively reduce disaster damage. A three-second early warning is estimatedly able to reduce casualties by 14 percent, while a ten-second warning could be able to reduce casualties by 39 … Read more Technology helps develop earthquake early warning in China

Under the cover of COVID-19: Cracking down on Hong Kong | The Listening Post (Feature)

As Hong Kong moved from 2019 to COVID-19, streets once jammed with protesters suddenly lay empty. The pandemic could not have come at a better time for the Beijing and Hong Kong authorities. Following months of mass demonstrations – which saw hundreds of thousands of Hong Kongers demand independence from China – critics say both … Read more Under the cover of COVID-19: Cracking down on Hong Kong | The Listening Post (Feature)

Over 84,000 job offers available in Hubei

An online job fair hosted on China Media Group’s first 5G new media platform, Yangshipin, has over 84,000 job offers for recent graduates in central China’s Hubei. More than 500 companies are listed on the platform. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google … Read more Over 84,000 job offers available in Hubei

Stanford HAI 2019 Fall Conference – Race, Rights and Facial Recognition

Bridget Algee-Hewitt, Senior Research Scientist, Humanities and Sciences Interdepartmental Programs, Stanford University Joy Buolamwini, Founder, Algorithmic Justice League Jennifer DeVere Brody, Professor of Theater and Performance Studies and Director of the Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity, Stanford University Matt Cagle, Technology and Civil Liberties Attorney, ACLU of Northern California Wendy Chun, Canada … Read more Stanford HAI 2019 Fall Conference – Race, Rights and Facial Recognition

BBC to Sell Programming in Western Europe for €6.99 per month

BBC programmes will become available to viewers in 11 European countries via the iPad for just €6.99 per month. The programmes will be sold by the commercial arm of the BBC, known as BBC Worldwide, which is a private company selling subsidised UK programming funded by the license payer to broadcasting companies abroad. BBC Worldwide … Read more BBC to Sell Programming in Western Europe for €6.99 per month

Mapping Digital Media in Morocco – Mobile is Next Major Trend

Before the 1990s, the prevailing media practices in Morocco were partisan, administrative, and authoritative in nature. The country witnessed significant growth in print, broadcast, and digital media. This signalled a 180-degree turn in the form and function of the media. The new market-oriented media landscape has served to reduce mass media reliance on government funding … Read more Mapping Digital Media in Morocco – Mobile is Next Major Trend

Internet: eBay to Introduce Free US Auction Listings From March 2010

eBay (Nasdaq:EBAY) has taken the decision to allow free auction listings for all US users of its internet auction services from March 30th this year, according to a statement issued by eBay on 26th January 2010. The move, which will begin in conjunction with “3 cent listings” for fixed price selling on the site, is … Read more Internet: eBay to Introduce Free US Auction Listings From March 2010