CMKL Tech Summit 2018 has gathered technology- and AI-related experts from the private sector and the educational sector from Thailand and worldwide to share their insights in the event. The topics in the seminar include the application of AI technology in the business sector as well as the industries in which AI is playing a vital role (e.g., retail, healthcare and agriculture).
E-commerce platform, Bukalapak, and the Bandung Institute of Technology will work together to make this research centre a success. Future expansion would find the regions of Medan, Yogyakarta, and Surabaya with their own research centres as well.
Over the next three years, SGD 14 million will be spent to support the development of new urban technologies. The project is part of the Infocomm Media Development Authority’s latest technology call to help technology companies build capabilities and accelerate the materialisation of Singapore’s smart estates.
Some recommended steps to consider when limiting the harm or negative effects of a breach include containing the breach; assessing the risks and impact; notifying appropriate agencies and affected individuals; and evaluating the response.
The aim is to empower Malaysia’s youth by providing them with high-quality jobs including software developers and engineers, graphic designers and illustrators; and even eSports marketing and advertisers.
Mr Narasimhan Parthasarathy, FWD, shares with us how data analytics drives value for business and customers.
“Working together as one: Government delivering easy and seamless services” demonstrated initiatives where government agencies are working collaboratively to design and deliver more seamless services. This enables the citizens and businesses to better access and utilise Government services.
More help is on the way for Persons with Disabilities to empower them. At the E2 Connect Forum, Singapore’s Minister for Communications and Information, Mr S Iswaran, shared how technology can bridge the divide.
It is hoped that, through regional events like this, more cross-border exchange and sharing opportunities in the I&T ecosystem can be achieved and more new business opportunities can be created for start-ups in Hong Kong.
The first project will seek to find out if technology can be applied so that it elevates the creative process in business functions and processes. It will also guarantee that creativity is able to effectively adapt to the implementation of artificial intelligence and new technologies.