Mohiuddin Ahmed, president of Bangladesh Mobile Consumers Association, said the decision to reduce the speed of the internet will make the election controversial. In a statement sent to the media on Wednesday, he told these words. He said in the statement that the present government has announced the promise of Digital Bangladesh and will take the country towards the path of prosperity. In the meantime, Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has pledged the party's election manifesto on Tuesday, regarding the reduction of internet and voice calls with 5G calls to bring it down to a tolerable level. On the other hand, the BNP pledged to announce the electoral manifesto about speeding up the Internet and reducing the price. Mohiuddin Ahmed said that the decision of the Election Commission came to the notice of the decision to reduce the speed of the internet till 5pm on election day. We are strongly opposed. He also said, where all the information and news is available in the house today. In this eleventh national election, the eyes of the whole world will be on Bangladesh. Already many countries have already announced that they are not coming directly to the polls. They are keeping tabs on everything through technology. If internet speed is reduced, then the world will fail to gather information and information about the elections in the immediate future.
Canadian authorities have arrested the daughter of the founder of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei at the request of US law enforcement. Meng Wanzhou, who is Huawei's chief financial officer and deputy chair, was arrested in Vancouver on 1 December, Canada's Department of Justice said. Ms Meng is being sought for extradition by the US, the department added. Huawei said it had little information about the charges and was "not aware of any wrongdoing by Ms Meng". Ms Meng, daughter of company founder Ren Zhengfei, was detained while transferring between flights, the firm said. She will face a bail hearing on Friday, a spokesman for Canada's Department of Justice said. He declined to say more about the case, citing a publication ban requested by Ms Meng and ordered by the courts. US media have reported that Huawei is under investigation for potential violations of US sanctions against Iran. US lawmakers have also repeatedly accused the company of being a threat to US national security, arguing that its technology could be used for spying by the Chinese government. In a statement, Huawei said it complied with "all applicable laws and regulations where it operates, including applicable export control and sanction laws and regulations of the UN, US and EU. "The company believes the Canadian and US legal systems will ultimately reach a just conclusion." [i]Source: BBC[/i]
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the international community to ensure easy transfer of technology at low cost among the countries across the world to face the possible challenges during the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. “The global community has a responsibility to ensure easy transfer of technology at low cost among the countries in the world to face the possible challenges and risks in the Fourth Industrial Revolution era,” she said. The prime minister made the remarks while addressing the World Economic Forum’s plenary session titled ‘Sustainable Development in the Fourth Industrial Revolution’ at the Plenary Hall of the UN Headquarters here on Tuesday afternoon local time. Foreign Secretary Md Shahidul Haque briefed reporters after the event. He said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina along with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Johnson and Johnson CEO and Mozilla Firefox CEO was invited at the plenary session. Speakers at the event focused on the activities of different countries to deal with the possible impacts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in terms of education, job and health. The invitees were asked to inform what they think about the possible challenges and risks due to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In response, the prime minister said Bangladesh is a small country having huge population. “Our biggest challenge is now to ensure food security and provide proper education to the huge population and equip them with technology so that they can get job in the changed situation,” she said. Talking about Digital Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina mentioned her government’s vision over how Bangladesh can be connected with the world so that all will get benefits from the connectivity. She stressed the need for the transfer of technology to the countries like Bangladesh at low cost and easily for expediting their development. “The international community has a responsibility so that we get the technology at low cost and easily as we are not major technology-producing country,” she added. Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh needs to make its people technologically skilled by introducing different vocational training programmes so that they can remove risks of losing jobs in the era of industrial revolution. The prime minister mentioned different programmes in the education sector, including distribution of free textbooks and providing stipends to promote women education in Bangladesh. “Now more than four crore students are getting stipends in Bangladesh,” she added. At the outset of his speech at the event, the Dutch Prime Minister congratulated Sheikh Hasina for giving shelter to over one million forcibly displaced Rohingyas. All participants warmly welcomed this appreciation by clapping hands._BSS.
A demonstration of 5G mobile network technology is set to be held at Sonargaon Hotel in the capital on Wednesday morning. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's son, also ICT advisor to her Sajeeb Wazed Joy announced the event in a Facebook post on Tuesday. “We will be doing a 5G technology demonstration tomorrow (Wednesday) morning. Please watch,” he said in the FB post. Sajeeb wrote, “I am currently in traffic but getting the same 4G experience here in Dhaka as I do in the US. We launched 4G only a few months ago and already the coverage is quite good. Thanks to the telcos!” “Yet another milestone achievement of Digital Bangladesh under our Awami League Government,” he continued. A BTRC officer also confirmed the news, saying that the 5G demonstration is going to be held on Wednesday morning at Sonargaon Hotel in Dhaka.
Facebook believes the data of up to 87 million people was improperly shared with the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica - many more than previously disclosed. The BBC has been told that about 1.1 million of them are UK-based. The overall figure had been previously quoted as being 50 million by the whistleblower Christopher Wylie. Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg said "clearly we should have done more, and we will going forward". During a press conference he said that he had previously assumed that if Facebook gave people tools, it was largely their responsibility to decide how to use them. But he added that it was "wrong in retrospect" to have had such a limited view. "Today, given what we know... I think we understand that we need to take a broader view of our responsibility," he said. "That we're not just building tools, but that we need to take full responsibility for the outcomes of how people use those tools as well." Mr Zuckerberg also announced an internal audit had uncovered a fresh problem. Malicious actors had been abusing a feature that let users search for one another by typing in email addresses or phone numbers into Facebook's search box. As a result, many people's public profile information had been "scraped" and matched to the contact details, which had been obtained from elsewhere. Facebook has blocked now blocked the facility. "It is reasonable to expect that if you had that [default] setting turned on, that in the last several years someone has probably accessed your public information in this way," Mr Zuckerberg said. The estimates of how many people's data had been exposed were revealed in a blog by the tech firm's chief technology officer, Mike Schroepfer. The BBC has also learned that Facebook now estimates that about 305,000 people had installed the This Is Your Digital Life quiz that had made the data-harvesting possible. The previously suggested figure had been 270,000. About 97% of the installations occurred within the US. However, just over 16 million of the total number of users affected are thought to be from other countries. A spokeswoman for the UK's Information Commissioner's Office said that it was continuing to assess and consider the evidence before deciding what steps to take.
">NASA organized a US space research agency, NASA Space Apps Challenge 2017, has won the top five of the two projects in Bangladesh. Projects that are available in the People's Choice section are self-proclaimed and Team Englight. Three teams of Bangladesh compete in primary online polling. ">In the final vote, there are projects in Kosovo, India and Cyprus alongside Bangladesh. You must open an account by entering the https: // address to vote in Bangladesh projects. Then, in the address, the project will be selected and voted separately. One account can be voted once per day. ">Every day till 5 June, the opportunity to vote is available. In this regard, Joint Convenor of the Regional Region of the NASA Space Apps Challenge and Bangladesh Innovation Forum chief Ariful Hasan Apu said that one of the five projects announced for online voting will be declared a winner. Both parties should vote for winning Bangladesh. He also advised to refrain from voting by opening a new e-mail account in hopes of voting for more votes. ">Voting once every day. Recently, the NASA Space Apps Challenge held in Bangladesh was nominated for 11 finalists for the final phase. Though the projects in the People's Choice division are won by online votes, the remaining projects will be reviewed by direct judges.
After arriving home desktop or laptop PC, what many people may find you can not. Some broken mouse, keyboard, or corrupt the CPU has to sell. It has several hand around the back of our hands. To recycle or re-use it in the future is not what it turned out to be useful. Which is totally unusable, but the future? A recent survey found that 63% of waste electronics in Asia has increased in the last five years. United Nations University, the study came up with these data. And just in China has doubled the number! Electronic waste, ie 123 million in Asia in the last five years! This is a huge amount of waste that is not only bad for the environment, it signals danger for the whole electronics Industries. Because of the large amount of electronic waste, or e-oyesteja if not recycled properly, then the future may disrupt the production of new products. Moreover, most electronic waste is lead and mercury, which are very harmful to the human body. Moreover, it is a threat to the future of our world, but not mixed. United Nations University, a co-researcher on the project rudigera Kuan said, it just does not matter the environment. It is involved in business and economics. Management of this waste properly if it is possible to earn a lot of money. Moreover, the proper management of these wastes with the Asian countries in the developed world for communication (on this matter) will have to increase. America is the biggest manager of electronic waste. To take advantage of their technological support for or to them about the need to think about the political initiative Kuan rudigera. In his view, it is time to take the initiative on this topic. Otherwise, both the environment and the economy may suffer. So politicians on this side of the policy should be taken seriously. However, this aspect of the better situation of the country. Most of the electronic waste is recycled in a variety of channels to us. As evidence of the Gulistan-old electronics markets. Also hawkers there. You will not find anywhere else to sell. They come and buy your unused electronics waste will arrange to hand over the others. However, the government should have a policy that is how it will be destroyed completely unusable.
You may think you have a lot of lonely. There is no one like you to keep in mind.   Everyone is busy. No one takes your news. Again and still could not find the soul. Or do not mind getting people like. Getabaksa Japanese company has created this problem in a virtual robot.   In fact, this robot is a holographic screen, which is like science fiction movie. You wake up in the morning to the virtual woman named ajuma robot will be called. With daily weather updates will tell you what clothes to go out. Do not forget to tell you when to go to the office "may be raining outside, but not take away the umbrella."   You regularly send messages. Will answer your messages. You will be a true partner in every sense. Although late to send you back to your home, your concern for her massage.   That is, even if you're completely ekao you know someone is waiting for you at home. He may be a virtual robot.   D virtual robot on the market in December of next year, will bring getabaksa interesting character. At present, the pre-orders have started functioning. The virtual robot will cost around 3,000 dollars.
Fear of math and science to students is nothing new. But what will happen if the address of the house, and science can be learned from Albert Einstein! Surely you will be proficient in math and science. Nobel Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein. He is famous for his theory of relativity, and especially famous for the invention of mass-energy equivalency formula. Einstein's physics research in various fields has made lots of new inventions and discoveries, and many of his contributions. On 18 April 1955, Germany's world famous scientist died at the age of 76. Indeed, the conflict that has now been learned from Einstein how? The United States has in the world of robot technology systems company Hanson Robotics. Einstein robot they had made. Educational watch this robot is similar to the late scientist Einstein. 14.5-inch Wi-Fi connections in the shape of the Einstein robot math, science and other knowledge. As soon as you hear the answers to these questions from the mouth or tell Android or Apple's tablet solution. "Cloud Mind called artificial cloud technology brddhimattba robot excelled legacy. Even able to weather updates. This intelligent robots with human-like soft skin around the eyes can follow the user from moving. Entertainment as well as knowledge of the Einstein robot is less. About 50 types of human facial expressions can reveal. Hanson Robotics has shown this year's CES fair Einstein robot 017. The idea being, the robot will hit the market in March. The price could be $ 300. Bangladeshi currency almost 4 per thousand.
Facebook is working on a "dislike" button for its posts. The company's co-founder and chief Mark Zuckerberg revealed the ongoing tests during a question and answer session on Tuesday. "People have asked about the 'dislike' button for many years, and probably hundreds of people have asked about this, and today is a special day because today is the day that I actually get to say we are working on it, and are very close to shipping a test of it," he said. The "dislike" button has been a subject of much discussion over the years. The CEO said the company has been working on the feature—which would allow users to express emotions other than "like"—for some time because "we don't want to turn Facebook into a forum where people are voting up or down on people's posts." "That doesn't seem like the kind of community that we want to create: You don't want to go through the process of sharing some moment that was important to you in your day and have someone 'downvote' it," he said, using the lingo of popular online forum Reddit. Instead, Zuckerberg said, the new feature will allow people to "express empathy" with their Facebook friends, explaining what many users of the social media platform already knew: "If you are sharing something that is sad...then it may not feel comfortable to 'like' that post." He added the dislike interaction is "surprisingly complicated" to create, but Facebook thinks it will soon begin testing before a wider roll out. Questions came in via Facebook posts, comments on a live-stream of the event, and an audience in Menlo Park, California. The CEO also discussed his company's work with its Oculus virtual reality platform, saying that the experience is "not only going to be things that are in the world, but you'll be able to experience things that aren't even possible to experience in the world"such as a zero-gravity environment. Zuckerberg also weighed in on the question of artificial intelligencea subject which many prominent technologists have warned could one day pose a threat to humanity. He said he was less fearful of the consequences, especially given how many beneficial applications of AI are currently in development (such as autonomous cars). "I think that it's a little dangerous to be too negative about the prospect of something long term when all signs point to that over the next 10, 20, 30 years—whatever it is—we're going to unlock all this value and help people's lives so much by developing this technology," he said. "So I'm an optimist."
Pepper, Japan’s talking, humanoid robot that reads human emotions and even tells jokes is pretty popular. It even sold out of its initial 1,000 units in one minute back in June when it went on sale. I guess not everyone loves the robot. One man showed his disdain with a swift kick to the bot. I wonder if that hurt his foot. The drunk 60-year-old man apparently kicked a Pepper unit in Yokohama on Sunday morning after getting mad at a human store clerk in a SoftBank cell phone store. The clerk was unharmed, but the robot was wounded to the extent that it moves slower and its internal computer system might be broken too. Poor Pepper! These robots cost 198,000 yen, or around $1,600. The guy was arrested for destruction of property of course. We don’t know if this robot was actually helping the staff, or was just on display. Either way, it was a bad day for it. Just realize that one day these robots are going to strike back when kicked. You might want to think twice if you get mad and want to take it out on a robot. You could be the first revenge casualty. Then we would have to decide if robots can be tried for murder. What a mess.
The descent capsule departed the space station at 2139 GMT and landed at 0051 GMT in the steppe southeast of Dzhezkazgan in central Kazakhstan. Russian cosmonaut Gennady Padalka, 57, the former station commander, returned from his fifth spaceflight with a record 879 days in orbit. He broke the record of six-time flier Sergei Krikalev, who has a career total 803 days in space. Returning with Padalka were Andreas Mogensen of the European Space Agency, jokingly dubbed "Denmark's Gagarin" after Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, and Aidyn Aimbetov, the third Kazakh cosmonaut, both of whom spent less than 10 days in orbit. Several hours later the trio were brought by helicopter to the airport of Kazakhstan's capital, Astana, where Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev gave them a red-carpet reception. "You've spent so much time in space, but you look great," Nazarbayev told Padalka. "I congratulate you on your cosmonaut and all of us on the successful completion of our work," Padalka said. "There are 200 states in the world, but not all of them get the luck of sending their citizens into space," Nazarbayev said. "We are one of those rare cases - and we have launched three cosmonauts already, not one." Mogensen said the crew had had "a fantastic mission" at the ISS, whose nine members represented five different nationalities at the time. "This is a superb example of what can be achieved together when we work together across borders and boundaries," he said. Nazarbayev later gave the crew apples - a symbol of Kazakhstan - and a plane took them to Russia's Star City.