The digital transformation programme aims to future-proof Malaysian companies by helping them enhance their competitiveness, and providing a structured approach via DTL partners while adopting emerging digital technologies.
The MOU is to span over three years and focusses on the development of new technological solutions and training systems for prevention of maritime accidents.
The partnership will include collaborative research on areas such as computer science, engineering, mathematics, big data, and machine learning, for the application of new tech.
This fuel – called ‘e-fuel’ – is carbon-neutral if charged with solar or wind energy. Like fossil fuels, it can be readily dispatched to the power grid, and also rapidly recharged to vehicles (battery technology usually takes hours).
The Department of Science and Technology signed an MOU to add a payment channel to OneSTore.ph, thereby making online purchases easier and more convenient.
Vietnam plans to develop preferential policies for talent training and connect AI groups to share data, research, and applications to build a strong AI platform.