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Reimagining Public Sector Analytics
Reimagining Public Sector Analytics


LG U+ and Huawei conduct 5G urban field test in Seoul

Huawei said that in the Sangam area of Seoul, it had completed the first phase of their 5G intensive urban field test in partnership with mobile network operator LG U+.

Indo-Korean startup ecosystems eye greater collaboration at IIT Kanpur workshop

"Numerous Korean companies are keen on establishing a base in India... They are primarily interested in technological and business collaboration," said Dr. Nikhil Agarwal, CEO, SIIC and AIIDE-CoE, IIT Kanpur.

Korean tech major LG Electronics announces foray into EV charging solutions business

The company said that it plans to establish an EV charging production line at the LG Digital Park in Pyeongtaek, some 60 km south of Seoul.

AI-powered cancer solutions startup Lunit raises $26 million from Guardant Health

AI-powered cancer solutions startup Lunit said it has raised a strategic investment of $26 million from Guardant Health, Inc., a precision oncology company.
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Oracle launches second data center in India

An year after launching its first data centre in India, Oracle has now launched a second data centre in the country

South Korean firm Lunit makes its AI-powered software to detect COVID-19 free

South Korea based medical AI software firm Lunit that develops AI-powered analysis of lung diseases via chest x-ray images said that it will be releasing its software online, free of charge, to help healthcare professionals manage coronavirus across the globe

WorldQuant completes international Quant Championship designed to simulate best algorithms

WorldQuant, the global quantitative asset management firm, announced the completion of its inaugural International Quant Championship, a competition designed to simulate the best algorithms with over 11,000 participants from more than 1,000 universities across 80 countries.

Bombardier starts delivering CS300 aircraft to Korean Air Lines

The CS300 aircraft will allow Korean Air Lines to allocate its larger single-aisle jets and wide body aircraft to routes requiring their capacity and "right size" the Bombardier jet to lower-density regional routes.
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