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'Smile with your eyes': How to beat South Korea's AI hiring bots and land a job

In cram school-obsessed South Korea, students fork out for classes in everything from K-pop auditions to real estate deals. Now, top Korean firms are rolling out artificial intelligence in hiring - and jobseekers want to learn how to beat the bots.

Alphabet legal head Drummond exits, giving its new CEO chance to shake up team

老虎机技术打法Alphabet's new Chief Executive Sundar Pichai on Friday gained the opportunity to reshape the leadership of Google's parent with the exit of Chief Legal Officer David Drummond, whose outsized strategic role was overshadowed by employee concerns about his personal relationship with a subordinate.

Remote control vibrators? Dual stimulation? Sex toys get Las Vegas tech show buzzing

Futuristic sex toys that allow the user to control a vibrator from across the country or achieve "blended orgasms" got some visitors at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show hot under the collar this week.

Uber to take exit ramp in Colombia after 'arbitrary' court ruling

老虎机技术打法Uber Technologies Inc will stop operating in Colombia at the end of this month, following a court order late last year which the ride-hailing company on Friday called "arbitrary" and a violation of its right to due process.

U.S. to probe Fitbit, Garmin, other wearable devices after Philips complains

U.S. trade regulators said on Friday they will investigate wearable monitoring devices, including those made by Fitbit Inc and Garmin Ltd , following allegations of patent violations by rival Koninklijke Philips and its North America unit.

SK Innovation plans second EV battery plant in U.S., expansion in Hungary

South Korea's SK Innovation Co Ltd plans to build a second electric vehicle (EV) battery plant in the United States and is considering expanding another factory in Hungary to meet soaring demand for EV cells, its chief executive told Reuters.

U.S. outlines strong support for self-driving cars at CES

老虎机技术打法The Trump administration on Wednesday signaled strong support for self-driving vehicles as it released new guidance from federal agencies at the annual CES tech conference.

U.S. lawmakers say Facebook steps to tackle 'deepfake' videos not adequate

老虎机技术打法Facebook Inc on Wednesday said it would remove "deepfake" and other manipulated videos from its website to combat the spread of false information ahead of the 2020 presidential race, but lawmakers said those and other changes it has recently announced do not go far enough.

Two U.S. auto trade groups merge as regulatory issues loom

老虎机技术打法Two major U.S. automotive trade groups said Wednesday they will merge as the industry faces dramatic challenges, including regulatory, trade and emissions issues.

Samsung Electronics says profit fall likely milder than forecasts as chip prices bottom out

老虎机技术打法Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Wednesday said quarterly operating profit likely fell at a milder pace than analysts forecast, indicating memory chip prices bottomed out and strengthening hope of recovery from an industry downturn.

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Stanford University's campus is seen from atop Hoover Tower in Stanford, California, U.S. on May 9, 2014.    REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach/File Photo

Reuters Top 100: The World's Most Innovative Universities - 2018

American universities continue to dominate the top of Reuters’ ranking, but geopolitical uncertainty is giving a boost to Germany and China.  Full article 

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