Experts warn of ticking climate bomb at New York Times conference
A looming sense of urgency over accelerating climate change was not without cautious optimism in Busan.
Environmental crisis should be approached in 'human way' says Stephen Dunbar-Johnson
While the urgency is certainly there, how it is conveyed to the public can and should be changed into a more “human way,” says Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, international president of The New York Times Company.
Spy agency says hard living is taking a toll on North Korean leader's health
South Korea's National Intelligence Service told a parliamentary committee that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un suffers from health problems tied to his hard drinking and smoking habits, a People Power Party lawmaker told reporters Wednesday.
Locally developing large-scale AI is matter of digital sovereignty: expert
Amid the accelerating artificial intelligence (AI) race worldwide, developing a large-scale AI with domestic technologies is a matter of securing digital sovereignty, said a Naver Cloud executive.
LG Electronics partners with Canadian startup to develop AI chips
LG Electronics and Tenstorrent, Canadian artificial intelligence (AI) computing start-up, said Wednesday they are working together to develop next-generation chips.
Late Nexon founder's daughters pay inheritance tax in equity
The two daughters of Nexon founder Kim Jung-ju paid their inheritance tax in the form of equity, selling a 29.3 percent stake of NXC to Korea's Ministry of Economy and Finance. NXC and its affiliated investment unit NXMH B.V. owns a combined 46...
Loans made easier
Beginning Wednesday, consumers can switch from their existing credit loans to loans offering more favorable borrowing conditions using their smartphones without having to visit a branch office of financial institutions.
Looking the part
Participants of the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) forum, hosted by Korea on Tuesday, try on defense equipment on the ROKS Marado amphibious landing ship Wednesday.
Labor unionists hold large rallies in downtown Seoul
Thousands of members of a labor union held large-scale rallies in multiple locations in downtown Seoul on Wednesday as tensions between the union and the Yoon Suk Yeol government continue to escalate.
Seoul mayor says sorry, but not sorry for alert message
Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon on Wednesday apologized for "causing confusion" with an early morning evacuation warning sent to residents by the city government in response to a North Korean projectile launch but said the alert was not a mistake.