Startup solutions help in port operations, shipping and maritime services
3 Winning startups will partner with maritime companies on winning projects to boost innovation in port operations, shipping and maritime services.
Thailand and Turkey to cooperate in science, technology
As both countries are among the world’s emerging economies, science, technological development, innovation, and qualified human resources are important in the transitioning of both countries to the next stage. The deal increased the numbers of countries that TUBITAK cooperates with to 49.
Exclusive: Hybrid Cloud – the architecture of the future
Scott Gnau, Hortonworks CTO, shares with OpenGov Asia about the developments in cloud computing and how organisations should make the best out of the technology.
Malaysian university gathers international experts to explore digital economy
Academicians and industry players gathered at the 11th Curtin University Science and Engineering (CUTSE) International Conference 2018 at the campus in Malaysia aimed at promoting national and international interests by advancing strategies for employing STI to address global challenges and improve development outcome.
Data Analytics to combat financial crime
The Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Industry Partnership launched a paper to encourage the adoption of data analytics solutions by financial institutions.
My Health Record’s privacy protections strengthens
The Australian Parliament passed the My Health Records Amendment (Strengthening Privacy) Bill 2018. The amendments allow Australians to opt in or out of having a My Health Record at any time during their life.
Hong Kong to license first online-only insurer in fintech push
: Hong Kong’s Insurance Authority (IA) plans to issue its first licence under the fast-track system, launched last year to speed up applications for insurers operating solely online to acquire customers and sell product.
UNSW receives largest ARC funding share
With total funding worth A$ 45 million, the various projects include climate change and coastal ecosystems, genome editing, cyber-attacks and low-cost technology, among others.
Thailand’s CMKL and other universities offer deep-tech training to ease skills gap
The university has announced it will expand its offerings with short-courses offering deep training in key potential technologies, and to continue to collaborate with the large corporates to increase their scompetitiveness through improving productivity and efficiency.
Indonesia to regulate digital gold transactions
The sellers will be required to physically have the gold products on hand before they can actually offer them to potential buyers online. More importantly, the transaction should also be finalised through clearing, which means that the product should be received upon completion of payment.