New measures to safeguard personal data in public sector
The implementation of these measures are efforts to strengthen security systems, following a spate of security breaches in the last year.
NTU: Luminescent probe for early detection of acute kidney failure
When injected into the bloodstream, these renal probes ‘light up’ on detecting molecular changes triggered by the onset of acute kidney failure.
Protecting New Zealand’s biosecurity via machine learning
Recent developments in the field of artificial neural networks, also referred to as ‘deep learning’, will open up new opportunities for automatic species identification based on photos taken with digital cameras.
Smart irrigation system to increase farmers’ productivity
Encomotion is a system that utilises precision farming as it is automatically waters plants based on the amount the plants need.
AI tech boosts Indian real estate sector
The Asia Pacific is expected to be one of the fastest-growing “AI-in-construction” markets by 2024, owing to the extensive adoption of AI-based platforms such as machine learning and code frameworks.
NUS researchers create new ‘smart’ clothing
The wireless network of this new technology allows for the effective connection of several wearable devices and thus providing for a more efficient transmission of information.
New FinTech space opens in Hong Kong
The WSF is designated to help start-ups grow from being rising stars to unicorns, and then to public listings in major stock exchanges, by providing them with a host of business and fundraising solutions.
South Australia to boost 4 NCRIS facilities
The South Australian Government has announced AU$ 6.77 million of funding to support four of the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) facilities based at the University of Adelaide.
HazardHunterPH to prepare the Philippines for seismic, volcanic, and hydro-meteorological hazards
HazardHunterPH aims to increase the awareness of the people to natural hazards and advocates the implementation of plans to prepare for and mitigate the effects of hazards.
Singapore Standards Council to implement new standards for cutting-edge innovations
The adoption of standards has enabled Singapore companies to uplift their capabilities in terms of improving productivity, facilitating innovation and meeting international benchmarks for practices, systems and performance.