Research collaborations from South Australia’s world-class universities, the defence industry as well as national and international partners aim to solve some of the Defence’s complex technology problems.
Nanyang Polytechnic and YITU Technology sign a Memorandum of Understanding to boost AI education and research. This is in line with Singapore’s push towards building deep national capabilities in AI.
This will benefit the government as this will help developers create applications that can be tested by different agencies across the government, making integration of innovation into the system much easier.
If the services industry is in the driver’s seat of Singapore’s economy, more needs to be done to help its businesses transform and ride the waves of technological disruption. A Cloud Native Architecture has been identified to aid the transformation process.
“Embracing Digital Technology in Internal Audit” is an iaTech 2018 event with discussions focused on the role of technology in the internal audit process of organisations. These technologies include data analytics and robotic process automation of monitoring, among others.
IMDA launches a series of initiatives to support the infocomm media sector to create opportunities for the future of services. The initiatives are part of the Framework for Action to develop Singapore’s digital economy.
It has started to identify particular features of different animals and plants that humans would not be able to necessarily pick up as a distinguishing point. This tech was designed to assist biosecurity specialists instead of replacing them. It can speed up and add to their accuracy.