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Reporter : Kim Yoo-chul
Sun, December 10, 2023 | 10:45
[ANALYSIS] Samsung, SK warned over US moves to restrict 'legacy chips' in China
It is no exaggeration to say that “legacy chips” are everywhere from military applications to automobiles, aircraft, home appliances, medical devices and consumer electronics.
[ANALYSIS] Experts see slim chance of US soldier's swift return from N. Korea
While a conversation has commenced, there has been no substantive communication between the United States and North Korea on the issue of the 23-year-old U.S. Army Private Travis King, detained in North Korea after crossing the military demarcation line on July 18. How to respond to the North's escalating military provocations, from the U.S. and its allies' standpoint, isn't ...
[INTERVIEW] LG turns to storytelling to ensure better experience
How a hardware-oriented company handles customer policy entirely depends on the cost structure and end-user of products. This kind of old-fashioned customer retention strategy has proven effective over the last few decades for Korea's leading hardware manufacturers such as Samsung, LG and Hyundai Motor.
[ANALYSIS] BOK to keep key rate intact in 2023: economists
The Bank of Korea (BOK) was one of the first to place its monetary tightening cycle on hold, leaving its key rate unchanged at 3.5 percent since February this year, increasing chances of a cut in the benchmark rate.
[INTERVIEW] Korea advised to keep balance in US-China AI rivalry
Concerns that China could overtake the United States in artificial intelligence (AI) loom over key policy talks and discussions of the rapidly emerging technology in Washington.
[ANALYSIS] Is Samsung Electronics losing growth momentum?
Leadership has required commitment and a willingness to move in directions that others have avoided. In history, great leaders have the ability to convince, encourage and persuade others to follow.
[INTERVIEW] Korea advised to avoid heavy-handed AI regulations
Since the fanfare over generative artificial intelligence (AI) technology began this year, experts have voiced major concerns about the potential side effects of such technology. Top experts explicitly warned about the risk of human extinction from the growth of AI, stressing that mitigating such a possibility must be a global priority.
[ANALYSIS] Fukushima wastewater issue tests Yoon's statesmanship
The United Nations nuclear watchdog's green light to Japan's controversial plan to release millions of tons of “treated” radioactive wastewater from the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the Pacific Ocean has clearly sparked anger in both Japan and its key Northeast Asian neighbors including South Korea. and China.
[INTERVIEW] Seoul's AI legislation could be game changer
Korea has made notable strides in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), particularly in the development of large-scale AI models that have gained widespread attention for their parameters that surpass previous benchmarks.
[ANALYSIS] How can Korea expand AI ecosystem?
Advanced economies are seeking to maximize the economic and national security benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) because of its applications in sectors such as connected vehicles, embedded technology solutions, healthcare, education and even military systems.
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