Start-ups and firms in Thailand must equip itself appropriately to meet the challenges presented by the digital era. This can be done by upskilling the human workforce, and identifying and using new learning platforms.
Leveraging AI, RegTech, blockchain and other technologies, the eight selected start-ups have developed innovations addressing financial education and planning, corporate banking and other key areas.
The Department of Education advances Digital Literacy to achieve the ultimate aim of equipping all Filipinos for a digital future and improving their quality of life.
Emerging technologies like robotics and AI, data, and advanced materials, among others have strong potential to expand and grow Australian agriculture.
The Social Security System of the Philippines promises to streamline processes and services by accelerating digitalisation efforts.
Singapore’s Home Team is focusing on developing innovative tech-solutions to counter a multitude of threats faced by agencies under the Home Affairs in the areas of forensics, crowd management, border control and logistics.
The Government will lead by example and encourage the community to take part in promoting energy-saving initiatives and renewable energy development.
The insulin measurement technology will utilise innovative micro-fluidics, specialised bio-receptors, and novel micro-electro-mechanical-system technology modelling to detect insulin in a sample fluid.
Trade Mark Check is a website tool that identifies if a brand name, logo, or even a hand-drawn scrawl of a logo, is already on New Zealand’s trade mark register, or looks similar to one that is.
The new Master of Cyber Security will equip students to lead cutting-edge cyber security programs for governments, law enforcement agencies, companies and NGOs.