Artificial intelligence (AI)

  • Thailand News

    Thailand eyes AI to improve airport operations, inspired by Beijing

    The Thailand Ministry of Transport is considering leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance airport operations, in line with the government’s ambition to establish the country as a prominent aviation centre in the region. Transport Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit unveiled the proposal following his visit to Beijing Capital International Airport in China, where he observed the AI implementation…

  • Business News

    Deepfake dilemma: AI scam rise, posing as kin for data snatch

    Artificial intelligence (AI) deepfakes, used for identity theft and impersonating identities of the victim’s relatives are now being used for personal data collection, in a rising trend of scams in Thailand. Titinun Suttinaraphan, the Regional Marketing Director of Southeast Asia for Gogolook, developer of the Whoscall app, states that the total number of Thai were victims of 217,047 scams per…

  • Guides

    How you can use AI for smarter money management

    In the rapidly evolving domain of technology, artificial intelligence (AI) is significantly transforming the management of financial operations. It is noteworthy to observe recent research indicating a substantial shift towards the integration of AI in personal finance management. It’s pretty exciting to see recent studies showing a big move towards using AI in personal finance. What started as a cool…

  • Technology News

    Thailand gears up for stricter AI regulations, eyeing legal framework

    The need for stricter artificial intelligence (AI) regulations has been highlighted, as countries, including Thailand, prepare to develop comprehensive AI legal frameworks. This follows the approval of the world’s first comprehensive AI law, the AI Act, by the European Parliament. Putchapong Nodthaisong, Secretary-General of the National Digital Economy and Society Commission, revealed that the commission already has AI ethics guidelines…

  • Business News

    AI poised to propel global productivity, says Microsoft CEO

    Microsoft Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Satya Nadella has identified a pressing global need for a new artificial intelligence (AI) growth engine to unlock potential. According to Nadella, AI has emerged as the most potent technology since the inception of the Internet era and is capable of propelling worldwide productivity growth. The 56 year old CEO stated that the previous…

  • Thailand News

    Meet Natcha and Nitchan: Thailand’s first AI news reporters (video)

    Thailand’s first artificial intelligence (AI) reporters were unveiled today by the Thai news television channel Nation TV. The two AI-generated reporters will make their TV debut on Monday, April 1. Nation TV Managing Director Apirawee Pichayadecha introduced the two AI reporters to the public today. The female AI reporter goes by the name Natcha while the male reporter is called Nitchan.…

  • Automotive

    The complete history of Apple’s visionary car project

    In 2014, Apple launched Project Titan, a bold initiative aimed at redefining transportation through the creation of an electric vehicle. This project intended to transform the automotive sector by integrating Apple’s signature innovation with sophisticated automotive engineering. Assembled with a team of over 1,000 specialists and engineers, this endeavour attracted considerable global interest and expectation. However, by February 2024, Apple’s…

  • Thailand News

    Thailand consumer council pushes for AI regulation

    The Thailand Consumer Council (TCC) is pushing for the modernisation of the Consumer Protection Act 1979, in order to accommodate the emerging trends in technology, particularly the rise of artificial intelligence (AI). This call for change comes in tandem with the TCC’s latest campaign, Responsible and Fair AI for Consumers, which was launched on World Consumer Rights Day. The campaign…