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- University of Oxford to develop AI healthcare applicationsThe University of Oxford announced on Tuesday that it will step up its efforts to develop artificial intelligence (AI) healthcare applications with funding support from public and private sectors, so as to benefit patients.
- NIS to teach 4,000 Kazakh children from abroad in 20194,000 Kazakh children from other countries will study at Kazakhstani schools in 2019, according to First Deputy Chairman of the World Association of Kazakhs Zautbek Turisbekov.
- Native American women make history with election to US CongressDemocratic candidates Deb Haaland from New Mexico and Sharice Davids from Kansas made history Tuesday by becoming the first Native American women to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
- Oil steadies at $72-$73 band as Iran sanctions kick inBrent oil prices almost remained unchanged and continue to trade in a range between $72 and $73 per barrel following the U.S.' re-imposition of sanctions on Iran's oil sector on Monday.
- Kazakhstan's medical employees to switch to unified international language from 2019Kazakhstan is the first state in the CIS that plans to fully implement the international system.
- Spelling of 'Kazakhstan' word changes into Latin on Akorda's coat of armsNow the country's name on the state symbol is written in Latin graphics.
- Kazakhstan's companies presented their products at international exhibition in ShanghaiEntrepreneurs from diverse sectors demonstrate their commodities to establish a platform for trade cooperation.