Case tracker added to OneService app which provides a single platform for Singapore residents to report municipal issues
The app automatically routes each feedback to the relevant agency. Now the users will also know the cases that the agencies have taken on across the island.
NTU developing AI-based virtual tutor to offer personalised, interactive learning support system for medical students
The goal is to design a virtual tutor with the ability to adapt learning to each individual, and with algorithms equipped to analyse students’ performance, weaknesses and strengths.
Singapore’s Construction ITM aims to use cloud and digital technology to integrate stakeholders in the building life cycle
By 2025, the ITM targets to have 80,000 personnel trained in DfMA, IDD and green building capabilities.
DLT-based cross border trade finance infrastructure to be first collaboration under Singapore-Hong Kong FinTech cooperation agreement
“This is one of our more significant FinTech co-operation agreements, given the extensive financial and trade linkages between Singapore and Hong Kong.”
World Bank and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to establish joint data centre on forced displacement
The data centre is expected to strengthen the global data collection system, establishing common norms, definitions, and methodologies.
Enhanced FinTech regulatory sandbox in Australia to have wider range of eligible products and services and longer testing timeframe
The enhanced regulatory sandbox was among a slew of measures announced in the 2017-18 budget for promoting FinTech innovation and growth in Australia.
EXCLUSIVE – A conversation on the evolution of artificial intelligence and its present-day applications
Now, we have the big data, the computing power, as well as the deep learning algorithms. Consequently, the applicability of AI is growing by leaps and bounds.
‘One Million Arab Coders’ initiative launched in Dubai to equip young Arabs with skills required for digital economy
“Coding is the language of the modern era. Our goal is to teach it to one million young Arabs.”
Data sharing is a core component of the state government’s digital strategy, announced in May 2017.
Researchers led by NUS scientists develop organic film which outperforms existing flash memories in endurance, energy efficiency and cost
The organic film supports a million more times read-write cycles and consumes 1,000 times less power than commercial flash memories.