ETDA embraces new roles under the Electronic Transactions Act
The ETDA is fully embracing its new role as a regulator; this includes appointing new leaders within the agency and working with other Government agencies to boost efficiency.
NSW encourages youth to use new website developed for them
Our Local is a directory website co-designed with children and young people under the age of 24 in NSW to help them find local and state-wide opportunities, activities, services and events.
Free robotics classes to increase the number of Filipino females in Engineering and IT
The free robotics classes will be given to students under Grade 10 and will be a part of every Science and Technology (S&T) Caravan in the provinces of Lanao del Norte, Camiguin, and Misamis Occidental.
ETDA pushing the power of e-commerce in both student and public sectors
The first MoU aims to promote and support R&D into better electronic transaction methods and tech. And the second MoC) the Thai Government and private sectors will partner to ensure that consumer info is not exploited.
Malaysian factory gets new solar tech
The tech firm’s “direct wafer” process significantly reduces the waste associated with cutting panels from silicon ingots. Instead, the process melts silicon into a molten bath to produce wafers.
India hosts a Global Digital Health Partnership Summit
The GDHP’s objective is to support governments and health system reformers to improve the health and well-being of citizens through the best use of evidence-based digital technologies.
PolyU and RCA partner to establish an AI-powered lab
The aim is to uncover knowledge and techniques related to design and scientific principles, new design process and innovative products. Its research deliverables will support industries including healthcare, manufacturing, hospitality and retail services.
Indonesia’s Gadjah Mada University develops own 3D printer
By dismantling and studying imported 3D printer products and components, the team of researchers managed to make an initial prototype of their 3D printer within one year.
New Zealand and Australia to adopt PEPPOL framework for e-Invoicing
Adopting e-Invoicing will see New Zealand and Australia save over NZ$ 30 billion in transaction costs over the first 10 years. E-Invoicing will allow an automated direct exchange of invoices the finance systems of both the buyer and the supplier.
Singapore Government discusses how data portability will support a Digital Economy
Singapore believes that there could be greater clarity on how data portability can be introduced in support of a Smart Nation and a Digital Economy. Data portability, whereby users are empowered to authorise the movement of their personal data across organisations, can boost data flows and support greater data sharing in a Digital Economy both […]