AI and face recognition touted at IT expo, Kim Jong Un university still censored
IT Successes expo in Pyongyang showcased top national sci-tech projects, brands, and institutes
North Korea put on its annual National Exhibition of IT Successes this week in Pyongyang, showcasing the country’s top companies, institutions, and their products in the science and technology sector.
Face recognition-activated security gates, new Android-based phone models (likely originating in China), virtual reality systems, and a range of projects in artificial intelligence (AI), among others, were demonstrated.
The country’s top government agencies and university research centers in the sci-tech and IT realm presented their projects in modern exhibit booths on the main floor of the Pyongyang Indoor Stadium, though state media continues
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