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Japanese firms take contrasting approaches to ChatGPT
While some firms such as Panasonic Connect have embraced the chatbot, albeit with safeguards, others have restricted use of the service among their employees.
Japan to raise hydrogen supply sixfold by 2040 to promote renewables
The prime minister will aim to generate ¥15 trillion ($113 billion) in investment from both the public and private sectors over the next 15 years to …
Japan aims to triple chip sales to ¥15 trillion in 2030
The industry ministry has estimated that about ¥11 trillion needs to be invested by the public and private sectors, including for research and development, over …
Japan to end COVID-19 border measures on May 8
From April 5, travelers from mainland China will have the option of entering Japan by presenting proof of COVID-19 vaccination, rather than submitting a negative …
COVID-19 tracker: Tokyo reports 1,357 new cases
On Monday, a total of 3,110 new cases were confirmed across Japan, up by about 340 from a week before.
Untamed global warming risks soaring death toll in Middle East
Countries in the Middle East and North Africa are warming about twice as fast as the global average, which may potentially render some areas unlivable …

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