Index finds Malaysia outranks Singapore in digital maturity
Most of Malaysia’s digital landscape is made up of digital followers (41%), digital evaluators (28%) – business leaders who are gradually embracing digital transformation and investing for the future, and digital leaders (3%) who have digital transformation ingrained in their DNA.
Hong Kong university program for AI careers
The university is helping students via professor networks and international immersions. The course gives its students valuable exposure to tech hubs and top tech companies.
Research grant to boost study aimed at helping robots to get a grip
Real-world manipulation remains one of the greatest challenges in robotics. The findings of the research will help in the future design of robots that have the task of grasping objects and passing them.
Indonesia releases regulations on commodity trading of crypto assets and digital gold
The regulations will hopefully increase the trust and integrity of the Commodity and Futures Trading businesses in conducting transactions for both crypto and digital gold assets.
Driving Hong Kong’s AI talent
The contest is part of AI Developer Enablement Program that is designed to foster collaboration with developers, partners, universities, and research institutions in Hong Kong with the ultimate aim of making AI more inclusive.
Technology Licensing Office to protect and commercialise research and inventions
A Memorandum of Agreement was signed by the Department of Science and Technology and the Mapúa University in order to develop the University’s TLO, which is geared towards directing the University’s research to value
Thailand 4.0 on road to sucess
With a 71% penetration of mobile users, and 51 million active internet social media users, Thailand’s digital landscape is growing increasingly populated. This is good news for the region’s Thailand 4.0 initiatives.
Digital health tech brings cancer clinical trials closer to rural Victorians
Teletrials are part of the Victorian Government’s A$ 20 million funding boost to increase the number of cancer trials being run in the state. This is about making sure all Victorians can access clinical trials, no matter where they live.