Singapore released its Model Artificial Intelligence (AI) Governance Framework at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, 22-25 January 2019, for public consultation, pilot adoption and feedback. The release of the Model Framework was announced by Mr S Iswaran, Minister for Communications and Information. The model framework, announced at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, […]
The Indonesian government recognises the benefits brought about by Industry 4.0 and wishes to accelerate the application of its technologies.
Fresh graduates in the engineering, telecommunications and high-tech industries are expected to take home premiums. This news is in line with the country’s efforts to drive technology and innovation this year.
From approving an HK$500 million fund to develop financial services and another revolutionary tech to working with local universities and industry players to create FinTech courses and career paths, the HKSAR is proving it is ready to be the world’s leading FinTech hub.
The challenge of making machines read human emotions lay in measuring the unspoken commands in voices such as subtle changes in tone, volume and speed.
Not all citizens that get involved with the legal system have access to the Internet, making it important that case information is available through other mediums. Therefore, the Department of Justice has decided to deliver eCourt services through 200,000 Common Service Centres (CSCs) across the country.
CERT NZ releases an annual list of critical controls that could help organisations prevent, or better contain, the majority of attacks that they have seen in the past year.