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Technology

South Korean startup translates dog barks using AI
Moon Sae-mi tries out Petpuls, with her dog Godot during a demonstration in Seoul. Reutters/Kim Hong-Ji

South Korean startup translates dog barks using AI

A South Korean startup has developed an AI-powered dog collar that can detect five emotions in canines by monitoring their barks using voice recognition technology. The Petpuls collar can tell pet owners th...
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Technology Archives

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Starbucks is turning stores in five Asian countries into PokeStop and Gyms for Pokemon Go players.

How City Chic’s IT team contributes to its omnichannel success

Ensuring stores have a solid internet connection is harder than it sounds in a world of BNPL and click-and-collect.

Opinion: When retail meets virtual reality

The pandemic has kickstarted some retailers into embracing new technologies to connect with customers.

5 cool new global stores to check out

Lockdowns haven’t prevented some retailers from innovating with both new physical store openings and digital concepts.

JD is China’s first online platform to accept nation’s digital currency

Chinese e-commerce company JD.com Inc said on Saturday it has become the country's first virtual platform to accept Beij...