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UP prof tells campus journos to be cautious in use of AI in reporting

Dr. Rachel Khan, a professor of journalism at the UP College of Mass Communication in Diliman, said AI has its advantages and disadvantages but it will still take years before AI will replace journalists -- if it happens at all.

Gov’t agency asks senior citizens to register for online database

The National Commission of Senior Citizens (NCSC), a new government office created by law in 2019, is urging senior citizens to register online through the agency’s website as it seeks to create a database of senior citizens in the country.

Tagbilaran initiates hi-tech pet tagging via microchips

The microchip is implanted in cats and dogs through an injection to prevent it from getting damaged. It could be removed using minor surgical operations.

SEC tells public to be wary of dubious online lenders

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has urged the public to be vigilant when it comes to online lending apps, saying it has has received harassment reports from netizens coming from these online “loan sharks.”

PH cable TV group shifts to Android, Internet content distribution

The Philippine Cable TV Association (PCTA) said it is shifting its operations from being a cable television programming distributor to a supplier of Android TV and Internet content.

DOST develops mobile app for maritime safety

The project will be powered by Sea-condition Emergency Alert and Warning Apparatus for Vessels Safety (SEAWAVeS), a mobile application installed in a device like an Android phone for improved safety and efficient maritime transport systems and services.

Aklan, Iloilo schools unveil mobile app to upgrade weaving traditions in Western Visayas

Two universities in Western Visayas have launched their respective mobile apps in the hopes of upgrading the ancient art of weaving in Western Visayas and introduce new technology that can be used for mass production.

Malay town launches mobile app to guide Boracay tourists

More than 600,000 foreign and local tourists have already visited Boracay from January to April 27 of this year. The local government of Malay hopes to lure around two million tourists by the end of the year.

DBM allotting P24.13 billion for ICT-related spending in 2023

The Department of Budget and Management (DBM) said it is allocating a total of P24.13 billion for ICT-related expenditures from the P5.268-trillion national budget for 2023.

Starlink services ready for PH homes ‘soon’, says DICT

DICT secretary John Ivan Uy said Starlink’s satellite broadband service may become available for local residential subscribers in “a matter of weeks”.

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