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SC Cyberworld = Malaysia's Latest IT News: U MOBILE WOWS ...

SC Cyberworld = Malaysia's Latest IT News: U MOBILE WOWS ... | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
Kuala Lumpur, 4 October 2012 – U Mobile Sdn Bhd, Malaysia's most innovative and dynamic telco, has excited the mobile industry once again by being the first telco in Malaysia to offer a cloud-based legal music streaming subscription service to its...
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A Thousand Words on Global Warming

A Thousand Words on Global Warming | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
A graphic designer invokes climate change with a relatively simple icon.

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How artificial intelligence is changing our lives

How artificial intelligence is changing our lives | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it

In a sense, AI has become almost mundanely ubiquitous, from the intelligent sensors that set the aperture and shutter speed in digital cameras, to the heat and humidity probes in dryers, to the automatic parking feature in cars. And more applications are tumbling out of labs and laptops by the hour.


“It’s an exciting world,” says Colin Angle, chairman and cofounder of iRobot, which has brought a number of smart products, including the Roomba vacuum cleaner, to consumers in the past decade.


What may be most surprising about AI today, in fact, is how little amazement it creates. Perhaps science-fiction stories with humanlike androids, from the charming Data (“Star Trek“) to the obsequious C-3PO (“Star Wars”) to the sinister Terminator, have raised unrealistic expectations. Or maybe human nature just doesn’t stay amazed for long.

 

 


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Environment Canada offers Peter Kent tips to describe impact of climate change

Environment Canada offers Peter Kent tips to describe impact of climate change | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
Environment Canada has offered concrete examples to help its minister make “useful” public comments about the reality of global warming in the country.

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How Journalists Are Using Google+

How Journalists Are Using Google+ | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
Google's still-young social network is largely the territory of early adopters and tech enthusiasts, but that hasn't stopped journalists from experimenting with it.

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The cities of the future will be grown, not built

The cities of the future will be grown, not built | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it

The cities of the future will have waste-to-energy plants, not shopping malls or churches, at their centre, according to urban designer Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE.


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The Smallest Nonprofits Should Have The Most Powerful Brands

The Smallest Nonprofits Should Have The Most Powerful Brands | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
(Product) Red. Charity:Water. Toms Shoes. These are just a few of the big brands that engage millions in efforts to address some aspect of poverty at the global level.

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Hubble goes to the eXtreme to assemble the deepest ever view of the universe

Hubble goes to the eXtreme to assemble the deepest ever view of the universe | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
(Phys.org)—Like photographers assembling a portfolio of their best shots, astronomers have assembled a new, improved portrait of our deepest-ever view of the Universe.

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MIC Youth: Don't insult other faiths - The Star Online

MIC Youth: Don't insult other faiths - The Star Online | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
MIC Youth: Don't insult other faithsThe Star Online“We want the organisers to assure us that Zakir will not touch on other religions,” he said after chairing the wing's National Youth Council meeting here yesterday.
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The Color of Green Chemistry – News Watch

The Color of Green Chemistry – News Watch | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
Check out a few of our favorite past posts: Reinventing musical instruments and A Difference You Can Taste. For more Youth Radio Investigates stories on Turnstyle News, a project of Youth Radio, check out: The Psychology ...
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MALAYSIA CUP: Upbeat Pahang ready for LionsXII - New Straits Times

MALAYSIA CUP: Upbeat Pahang ready for LionsXII - New Straits Times | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
New Straits TimesMALAYSIA CUP: Upbeat Pahang ready for LionsXIINew Straits TimesNational youth coach Ong Kim Swee surprisingly picked Pahang to reach the semi-finals in a Timesport Malaysia Cup preview and Dollah Salleh's side now only need to...
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Towards a “Colored Revolution” in Malaysia? US and Pro-Israel ...

Towards a “Colored Revolution” in Malaysia? US and Pro-Israel ... | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
NED President Carl Gershman was formerly a member of the Governing Council of the American Jewish Congress and Vice-Chairman of the Young People's Socialist League, and in 1968, he was employed in the research department ...
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Malaysia women want more empowerment, political representation - Bikya Masr

Malaysia women want more empowerment, political representation - Bikya Masr | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
Bikya MasrMalaysia women want more empowerment, political representationBikya MasrShe is a lawyer now, but she had been a leading youth figure only 15 years ago, meandering her way into the political fray of Malaysia's political scene.
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LinkedIn Has Left A Gaping Hole That Startups Are Scrambling To Fill

LinkedIn Has Left A Gaping Hole That Startups Are Scrambling To Fill | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
There's no way to showcase talent....
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Feeding the World Sustainably: Agroecology vs. Industrial Agriculture

Feeding the World Sustainably: Agroecology vs. Industrial Agriculture | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
Agroecology can actually conserve and protect both soil and water -- through terracing, contour farming, intercropping and agroforestry -- and absorb greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide.

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Ces "villes en transition" qui préparent l'après-pétrole

Ces "villes en transition" qui préparent l'après-pétrole | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
Face au défi du déficit pétrolier et du dérèglement climatique, plus de 1 000 villes dans le monde se préparent à la sobriété.

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Leaders: Get Back to Putting First Things First

Leaders: Get Back to Putting First Things First | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it

With the evolution of technology we have become grossly more productive.

 

We can read our email while pouring coffee. We can respond to calls on the walk to lunch. Our mobile devices allow us to stay connected to every single thing that is happening every minute of the day. Isn’t it great?

 

It sure is, but would I be stepping out of line if I suggested that all of this productivity is making us wildly unproductive at times. Allow me to explain.

 

Over the past few years as more and more information has been made available and as the on-demand world has led to on-demand people, we have become increasingly unable to spend adequate time focused on the right things.

 

However, we have become so unbelievably busy that we feel like we are working non-stop around the clock.


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Daily Show: Screwing Private Ryan

Tom Coburn was among 40 senators to block passage of the Veterans Jobs Corps Act.

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A Vertical Garden That Actually Lives Up To The Term

A Vertical Garden That Actually Lives Up To The Term | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
This Barcelona garden is about as simple as it comes. Only it's 70 feet high.

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We May Have Forgotten the Drought, But It Hasn’t Forgotten Us…

We May Have Forgotten the Drought, But It Hasn’t Forgotten Us… | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
While we’re concentrating on the collapse of arctic sea ice, the drought goes on. Michael Lemonick in Climate Central: The massive and widespread 2012 drought that has gripped the nation sinc...

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Kepong Umno Youth head stabbed, badly injured - Sin Chew Jit Poh

Kepong Umno Youth head stabbed, badly injured - Sin Chew Jit Poh | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
Kepong Umno Youth head stabbed, badly injuredSin Chew Jit PohKUALA LUMPUR, Sept 24 (Bernama) -- Kepong Umno Youth head Datuk Norizan Ali was badly injured when he was stabbed as he walked to his house after parking his car about 20 metres away at...
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Food Scientists Bring New Attention to Taste – News Watch

Food Scientists Bring New Attention to Taste – News Watch | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
Youth Radio invited author and food scientist Barb Stuckey to our studios to give us a taste of her book, Taste What You're Missing. On the tables there were plates with multiple cups filled with unknown liquids, a jelly bean, ...
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Sustainability key for govt in developing natural resources : my ...

Sustainability key for govt in developing natural resources : my ... | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
my Sarawak – News coverage around Sarawak, Sabah and Malaysia. Sarawak @ mySarawak.org. sarawakfriend · Home · World · Nation · Sarawak · Berita Iban · Local · Sabah · Berita Tempatan · Tempatan · Business · Lead ...
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Malaysia youth leader stabbing leaves fear ahead of election - Bikya Masr

Malaysia youth leader stabbing leaves fear ahead of election - Bikya Masr | Malaysian Youth Scene | Scoop.it
Malaysia ChronicleMalaysia youth leader stabbing leaves fear ahead of electionBikya MasrKUALA LUMPUR: Walking from his parked car to his house on Monday morning, Kepong Umno Youth leader Norizan Ali was attacked and stabbed.
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