These smart features enable customers to make informed decisions on how they can manage and save their funds efficiently so that they are able to plan and prepare for a better future by fulfilling their dream goals.
Thailand, one of the largest net food exporters in the world, is revolutionising the food industry through its use of innovative tech solutions and research. Being the first Southeast Asian nation to adopt agriculture biotechnology, now big companies are experimenting with robotics, automated sensors and drone technology to increase yields and cut production costs.
The head of a leading IT solutions provider shares an optimistic view of the future of technology in Hong Kong, urging the Hong Kong government to continue its push to keep adopting new and innovative e-payment methods and other technological advancements in AI.
Backed by an American Institute, digital-savvy diamond shoppers can now ascertain the origin and authenticity of stones sold by the Hong Kong jewellery chain using an app.
Digital India has transformed the BPO sector. BPOs were earlier confined to urban areas and cities; now because of the digital revolution, the sector has spread to smaller towns and villages, creating more employment opportunities for people that are closer to home.
As Sichuan begins its next phase of economic transformation and the Belt and Road Initiative takes shape, the Singapore Government inks 22 MoUs to build a bridge for deeper bilateral cooperation.
Several data science projects were presented that addresses the different needs of the country. There were also speakers who shared their knowledge on how data science can be used in various fields. A data science needs and capabilities identification activity was done after all the presentations.
Astreos allows one to look up into a constellation, see it in 3D and be able to travel to it. Since NASA has all the data available, the team pulled it and started to represent it in an ergonomic way. The app provides a mental map of where all the constellations are.
The robotic sensors are activated by the muscles in the arm. Similar to a hand that is made of flesh and bone, the bionic hand can move precisely and make all kinds of different gestures.
Minister for Finance and Chairman of National Research Foundation Singapore, Mr Heng Swee Keat, announced the SGD 25 million Quantum Engineering Program (QEP). QEP offers scientific expertise which will help Singapore industries to compete globally.