New interactive tool maps Auckland’s diverse migrant population
Government agencies, employers and the media can gain a detailed understanding about differences between and within migrant communities with the Superdiversity data comparison site.
Malaysia: first Asian country to get digital transformation training programme
Participants will learn to apply and receive fundamental understanding of new technology and the capabilities of a digital economy would enable national development.
Indonesian university develops weather detection system for Saudi Arabia
The Hydrometeorological Hazard Early Warning System caught the attention of the government of Saudi Arabia when it was exhibited in Riyadh recently.
The future and adoption strategies of AI in Thailand
Experts predict new tech jobs (data scientists and analysts) on the economic horizon as a result of the wide-spread adoption of AI in Thailand. Moreover, the government is working to boost understanding of AI among Thai entrepreneurs.
Space program boosts South Australia’s contribution to space industry
The program will allow 54 participants to design and build rockets in teams and then launch them. They will also be able to launch a high-altitude balloon, which will carry a satellite payload designed to simulate a small satellite mission.
Creating career paths in AI and FinTech in Hong Kong
Hong Kong economy to benefit from the positive responses of universities to Government’s call for promoting innovation and technology and offered more cross-disciplinary programmes in the planning cycle, including programmes on artificial intelligence and financial technology.
DBM launches new government financial management system
An improved and harmonised government financial process will provide more reliable and timely financial information leading to sound policy decision-making for executives, managers and staff in line and oversight agencies.