Disruptive technology is transforming almost every industry, meaning Thailand needs more innovative education methods if its youth are to meet new challenges at work.
The Minister noted that the Malaysian government must identify a way to employ these new disruptive technologies, such as artificial intelligence and Big Data analytics, to transform the housing eco-system in Malaysia.
Aside from providing a platform to which brands can spread their message around town, Helmad allows drivers to earn some cash and receive other incentives with it. Interested drivers can sign up and get appointed to a certain client ad campaign. They will then receive a GPS-tracked helmet.
The future of blockchain in 2019 lies with permissioned blockchain networks which mitigate the data privacy and security challenges of public blockchains by restricting participation in the blockchain to approved parties.
Melbourne will be transformed into a giant playable game combining augmented reality, public art and games design, which will guide users around the area. The aim of the game is to get everyone exploring as much of the city as possible.
Funded by the Department of Science and Technology, IIT-Kanpur has established a C3I (Cyber Security and Cyber Defence of Critical Infrastructures) centre to create technological safeguards to protect the country’s critical infrastructures.
Engineers need to transform themselves by combining their traditional skills with digital elements. Innovations in construction signal a better, more efficient and quieter era for the sector.
2019 will see a more mature emerging payments solutions. The companies will pay attention on educating their customers and adapting their fraud controls in order to counter threats from cybercriminals.
The LarvalBot gently releases the larvae onto damaged reef areas, allowing it to settle and over time develop into coral polyps or baby corals. With further research and refinement, this technique has enormous potential to operate across large areas of reef and multiple sites.