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  • Bantuan Penguatan Kelembagaan Kantor Urusan Internasional (PKKUI) April 21, 2018
  • Kemenristekdikti Dorong Perguruan Tinggi Tingkatkan Kualitas Pengelolaan Arsip April 20, 2018
    MEDAN – Sekretaris Jenderal (Sesjen) Kementerian Riset, Teknologi, dan Pendidikan Tinggi (Kemenristekdikti), Ainun Na’im mengatakan bahwa Kemenristekdikti sangat mengapresiasi pelaksanaan konferensi yang bertujuan untuk meningkatkan kualitas pengelolaan arsip di lingkungan Perguruan Tinggi. “Hal tersebut mengingat pengelolaan arsip bagi Perguruan Tinggi sangat penting dan bersifat strategis,” ungkap Ainun pada pembukaan ICoASHE 2018 di Emerald Garden Hotel […]
  • Rayakan HUT PP-IPTEK ke-27 dengan Mengenal Hasil Karya Inovasi Anak Bangsa di ISD April 20, 2018
    Jakarta – Merayakan HUT Pusat Peragaan Ilmu Pengetahuan dan Teknologi (PP-IPTEK) yang ke-27, Menteri Riset Teknologi dan Pendidikan Tinggi (Menristekdikti) Mohamad Nasir membuka secara resmi kegiatan Indonesia Science Day (ISD) 2018 dan meresmikan 2 wahana baru koleksi PP-IPTEK, di Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII), Jakarta (20/4). Menteri Nasir mengatakan kegiatan ISD 2018 merupakan wadah bagi […]
  • Rayakan HUT PP-IPTEK ke-27 dengan Mengenal Hasil Karya Inovasi Anak Bangsa di ISD April 20, 2018
    SIARAN PERS Nomor : 67/SP/HM/BKKP/IV/2018   Jakarta – Merayakan HUT Pusat Peragaan Ilmu Pengetahuan dan Teknologi (PP-IPTEK) yang ke-27, Menteri Riset Teknologi dan Pendidikan Tinggi (Menristekdikti) Mohamad Nasir membuka secara resmi kegiatan Indonesia Science Day (ISD) 2018 dan meresmikan 2 wahana baru koleksi PP-IPTEK, di Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII), Jakarta (20/4). Menteri Nasir mengatakan […]
  • Pelatihan Verifikator SINTA – Medan, Makassar & Denpasar April 20, 2018
    Undangan Mengikuti Pelatihan Verifikator SINTA Tahun 2018 di Medan, Makassar & Denpasar Selanjutnya: Undangan Medan (24-25 April 2018) Undangan Denpasar (25-26 April 2018) Undangan Makassar (26-27 April 2018)

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  • Dainty machines? Collaborative robots help humans in Japanese factories
    As the workforce ages in Japan and elsewhere, "cobots" are emerging as a way to keep assembly lines moving without replacing humans. Cobots are being used by companies of all sizes for simple tasks and small-batch manufacturing.
  • Voice assistants can't understand Pittsburghese
    If you're from Pittsburgh, 'Sorry, I didn't get that,' may be a refrain you're used to hearing from Alexa. Voice assistants, trained on regular American English, often trip up on requests in regional dialects.
  • Researchers develop autonomous vehicles to help the blind
    New research conducted outside of the auto industry aims to develop data and software to ensure that the needs of the blind are met when autonomous cars become commonplace.
  • FTC asked to investigate Youtube
    Child advocates and consumer groups lodged a formal complaint against Google for allegedly violating children's online privacy by allowing ads to target them. The complaint comes at a time of increased public scrutiny over the tech industry's mining of personal data. 
  • Utah hospital's webcam connects deployed father with infant son
    Half a world away, John Girtman – stationed with the US Air Force – can keep a watchful eye on his infant son in the neonatal intensive care unit in Utah's Timpanogos Regional Hospital thanks to new webcam technology.

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  • As its beaches recede, Florida shores up private ownership
    A new law passed in March sets limits on public access to private beaches. Some conservatives say private beaches should be sacrosanct, pitting them against advocates for customary-use access along Florida's coastline. 
  • Churches struggle with their #MeToo moment
    The #MeToo movement has forced Hollywood, Washington, and Wall Street to grapple honestly with patterns of sexual harassment and abuse. Many churches are still struggling to embrace such introspection and the disruption it brings.  
  • Senate to allow infants into the chamber
    The tradition-bound institution voted to allow newborns of senators into the chamber. Though the rules change passed without issue, some senators voiced private concerns about allowing infants inside the chamber.
  • Even at Starbucks? A conversation grows about hidden racial bias.
    Two black men were waiting for a friend, but not making a purchase, in one of the most overtly progressive corporations in the nation. Their arrest, shared widely on social media, puts fresh focus on the challenge of latent racism.
  • Why Bob Corker is bucking GOP tribalism, in a Tennessee tradition
    At a Monitor breakfast, Tennessee’s retiring US senator sang the praises of the Democrat who hopes to succeed him, former Gov. Phil Bredesen. Their bipartisan collaborations go way back.