With these traps in place, volunteers need not spend 4 weeks walking through arduous terrain in order to manually check on the traps. Once the traps are triggered, an alert is sent to a smartphone app.
With the system still being prepared for the launching, only online registration is being allowed on it. Users, who wish to get a copy of their credit report for now, must book an appointment online then physically claim the reports from the office.
The eKYC service makes it easier to process online transactions by facilitating the authentication using face-matching technology (together with ID card) and blockchain technology. After the authentication is verified, the system will create an online PDF document, which is accompanied by a login dashboard, document management and e-signature functionalities.
Canadian based AI software product company, Element AI, announces strategic partnership with GIC, SGInnovate, and Singapore Management University. The partnership is set to develop cutting edge products in the financial sector, enhance local talent, scale commercial Artificial Intelligence solutions, and embark on global research collaborations.
“A Forum on Data Privacy and Responsible Data Sharing for Advanced Transportation Research” aims to help in enabling private companies and government agencies to work together to improve the country’s transportation system and the overall quality of life of Filipinos.
The entrepreneurial short course will have a dynamic 16-day schedule of events and practical sessions planned. The initiative equips individuals in Indonesia with the knowledge to grow and strengthen their own businesses or those they work for.
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.