Education

Huawei launches new online AI academy in Singapore

With the launch of Huawei’s ‘virtual’ academy in Singapore, the tech company looks to certify 1000 engineers by the end of next year. Available entirely online, prospective students will be able to take up online courses in ‘hot topics’ such as artificial intelligence, 5G, cloud computing, and big data. Students will also get practical experience…

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Critical Thinking in Critical Times

Don’t drink detergent – please. I never thought that I would ever have to form this sentence but here it is. Not drinking detergent appears to be on the list of “common sense things to do”, along with not eating Tidepods – but as we are all painfully aware – common sense might not be…

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Why is stretching important?

Why is stretching important? Stretching is important as it keeps the muscles healthy, strong and flexible. This will enable us to maintain a good range of motion in the joints. If we don’t regularly stretch the muscles shorten and become tight. This can leave us more vulnerable to joint pain, sprains, strains, and muscle damage.…

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Robots May Soon Swim Within The Body And Be Part Of Daily Medicare

Robots may soon swim within the body and be part of daily Medicare. We have truly arrived in the future. I remember watching a film in 1987, ok maybe some of you weren’t born then, called Innerspace. The lead character Dennis Quaid is shrunk in a room sized submarine and injected into an unsuspecting individual.…

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Vitamin B12 deficiency can be subtle, harmful

What harm can having reduced vitamin B12  do? According to a case report from Havard Massachusetts General Hospital, deficiency in vitamin B12  can lead to musculoskeletal pain and neurological issues. The research was collated over the course of two months, where a 62-year old man developed pins and needles in the hand, experienced severe joint…

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