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Reporter : Baek Byung-yeul
Sun, December 3, 2023 | 04:38
Naver, KT, Maum AI to help state-run agencies, SMEs use AI services
Naver Cloud, KT, VAIV Company and Maum AI will provide their hyperscale artificial intelligence (AI) services to government agencies and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) here to improve administrative work efficiency and develop innovative services using emerging technology, according to the digital government platform committee and the ICT ministry, Monday.
Slovenian delegation visits Hyundai, Kia R&D center
The Slovenian delegation led by Deputy Prime Minister Tanja Fajon, third from left, poses with Song Ho-sung, fourth from left, CEO of Kia, at Hyundai Motor Group's R&D center in Namyang, Hwaseong City, Gyeonggi Province, June 30. The automotive group said Sunday that the Slovenia delegation was introduced to the group's future mobility technologies such as electric, hydrogen ...
Samsung Display sues China's BOE for OLED patent infringement in US
Samsung Display filed a lawsuit against Chinese display maker BOE for infringing on its smartphone organic light emitting diodes (OLED) display technologies in the United States, according to industry sources, Sunday.
SK bioscience completes Phase 2 trial for pneumococcal vaccine
SK bioscience successfully completed the Phase 2 clinical trial of a 21-valent pneumococcal vaccine co-developed with French biopharmaceutical company Sanofi and is on track to enter the Phase 3 trial, according to the local vaccine developer and producer, Friday.
Will AI save Naver, Kakao?
Naver and Kakao are betting big on artificial intelligence (AI) services they are scheduled to release in the second half of this year to buoy falling company value amid intensifying competition with global rivals, high-interest rates and other unfavorable conditions, according to industry analysts and officials, Thursday.
LG vows to become global automotive electronics leader by 2030
LG Electronics has vowed to become a global leader in the automotive electronics market at a time when demand for electric vehicles (EVs) and autonomous vehicles continues to increase, the company said Thursday.
Samsung Electronics to start mass production of 2nm mobile chips in 2025
Samsung Electronics plans to catch up with Taiwan's TSMC in the foundry business by starting mass production of 2-nanometer mobile chips in 2025, the Korean chip giant announced at the Samsung Foundry Forum held in San Jose, Calif., Tuesday (local time). During the forum, Samsung said it will continue to expand the use of the 2-nanometer process to high-performance computing ...
Korea is latecomer in quantum technology, but not too late: IonQ CTO
Korea was late to join the quantum computing race, but the sector, which is expected to be a game-changer like the internet and AI, is still in the early stages of development and the country can still get ahead of the curve if it gets the jump on applications that will be used in the next few years, the co-founder of a U.S.-based quantum computing company said Wednesday.
Korea extends Danuri lunar orbiter's mission period by 2 years to 2025
The exploration period of the Danuri, the country's first lunar orbiter, will be extended for two more years to the end of 2025 from the end of 2023, the science ministry said Tuesday, explaining that the lunar orbiter consumed less fuel than expected while traveling from the Earth to the moon.
Samsung, 4 major banks to foster fintech software developers
Samsung Group will foster computer software developers for the financial sector in collaboration with four major banks - Shinhan Bank, KB Kookmin Bank, Hana Bank and Woori Bank - in order to jointly resolve youth unemployment and help develop the country's IT capabilities, they said Monday. They forged a business agreement to enhance youth employment competitiveness and foste...