The Ministry of Science and Technology of Vietnam and Australian Government have agreed on a partnership to work together in the fields of science, technology and innovation. The Australia – Vietnam Innovative Project -Aus4Innovation was officially launched on January 10. Aus4Innovation is designed to implement the Partnership on Innovation between Australia and Vietnam, which was […]
The cooperation programmes will focus on focusing on biotechnology, electronics and computer, materials science and nanotechnology, food – water and energy security, agriculture, and environment, as well as supporting SMEs.
Programming a robot to paint is an exciting initial example of the fusion between two traditionally opposing fields, engineering and fine arts. The flexible program allows for continuous development, with the end goal of being able to create a piece of art instead of simply copying existing works.
Going forward, the aim of the academic team is to start converting their research data into something that can be used by engineers and building technicians.
The DICT will utilise the fibre optic network of electric cooperatives as digital transmission lines. By using the existing infrastructure, the Department as well as other agencies can connect digitally with local governments and open programs for communities.
The APIs cover product and service information including deposit, foreign currency exchange, loans, investment, insurance, and other general banking services such as safe deposit box, branch, and ATM.
The syllabus for the AI subject will be drafted for grades 8, 9, and 10. If required, the board will also help in the capacity building of schools for the teaching and learning of the subject from the next academic session.
With sensors that are smaller than a millimetre across, the technology is so sensitive that it can hear, for the first time, the miniscule random forces from surrounding air molecules. Its accuracy could change how scientists understand biological systems, which may lead to new treatments.
The telecom firm will contribute US$3 million annually for three years to the University for recruiting top-notch visiting researchers from various disciplines and establishing seed funding for high impact research.
Students can be more organised with their schoolwork since tasks and assignments are visible in AnimoSpace. It even goes the extra mile by sending notifications to remind the students of deadlines and exam dates.