The robotic pets look, act, feel and sound like real dogs and cats but are, in fact, powered by electronic sensors and batteries.
The Empiric app takes the users through a series of questions in order to produce a personalised prescription recommendation for patients, taking into account patient allergies, among others.
The start-up specialises in systems that analyse faces and images on an enormous scale and works with retailers and healthcare researchers but not directly with the Chinese government.
PolyU hopes to create a conducive environment for the continuous and in-depth discussion of and research on traffic development by experts, scholars and stakeholders from different regions.
The app will enable boost the quality of the data obtained through worker interviews – anonymity will allow workers to feel safer, thereby helping to obtain more truthful data.
Big data and digital technology had the potential to transform the agriculture industry, providing farmers and policy makers with tools and information to help them make informed decisions resulting in sustainability and improved productivity.
The report provided an interesting snapshot of the cybersecurity incident report that the NZ Government received in the last three months of 2018.
Singapore, which is one of the largest financial centres in the region, is a major target, as the company researchers found that almost 20,000 of Singaporean banks’ payment cards have shown up for sale in the dark web in 2018.
Singapore’s NEA and Ministry of Transport award driverless road cleaning vehicle R&D projects to two consortiums
Two consortiums in Singapore will be undertaking the design, development and trial of driverless vehicles for road cleaning, having been awarded research and development projects by the National Environment Agency (NEA) and the Ministry of Transport (MOT).