Digital humans are equipped with machine learning algorithms that can process sense-based data. Therefore, they are better at responding to people in real time. The organisations are utilising the digital humans typically as customer service solutions.
A major cryptocurrency firm and the Thai government aim to work more closely together to make Thailand a centre for blockchain by applying blockchain in politics, fintech and other areas as well.
Rapid precision-scanning technology will speed up medical diagnoses and will help address the shortage of trained pathologists in Australia. The pace that Australia can train pathologists is much slower than the nation’s reliance and increased usage of the limited pathology services.
The programme aims to enhance the skills of its graduates, especially in communications through the use of tech, so they can become part of the skilled workforce that contributes towards achieving the country’s aspirations.
The Infocomm Media Development Authority rolls out the Media Industry Digital Plan (IDP). IDP aims to help enterprises and professionals grow their digital capabilities and thrive in a digital economy.
The firm believes that Malaysia has the right combination of talent, diversity and potential to grow more tech high-value start-ups. At the same time, with the office, the venture capital firm is looking to establish a physical presence in the country.
The start-up ecosystem in Batam will be boosted by MoUs signed with various educational institutions within Indonesia as well as those outside of it.
Hong Kong forum focused on I&T, examining cutting-edge technologies in the areas of biotech, artificial intelligence (AI), digital healthcare and fintech. Speakers discussed how Hong Kong can leverage its advantages to develop into a technology hub, while the creative forces behind some of Hong Kong’s hottest start-ups will share their disruptive ideas that are poised to transform various industries.
Australia’s La Trobe University organises yet another exciting challenge for young minds – the Quantum Victoria PrintACar Challenge. In this challenge, Victorian students have the opportunity to design, 3D print and race a car. All parts of the car with the exception of the axles, are printed using the 3D printer. A small canister of […]
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has outlined its technology priorities for 2019 and beyond. A new approach to working with product and service providers across the full range of its activities will accompany it.