Through multidisciplinary education, the centre aims to prepare students for the digitally disrupted job market, where AI is replacing a large number of careers and while many future positions have not been created yet.
As part of the programme’s use of traditional procedures of vulnerability assessments, four “high severity” vulnerabilities were identified.
It has the potential to reduce radiation treatment-related errors and significantly improve patient safety in high-precision cancer radiotherapy in Australia and worldwide.
The Singapore-India Hackathon 2019 had three themes: good health and well-being; quality education; and affordable and clean energy.
The Smart Traffic Analytics & Recognition System (STARS) leverages IoT and edge computing in the cameras and sensors to transmit data to the cloud, which runs intelligent simulations to control the traffic lights.
OT systems, which run critical infrastructure services with interconnected devices and computer, are top-targets for cyberattacks.
The research is aimed at enabling divers to communicate with a robotic diving buddy through particular hand gestures using EAP-based sensors in a glove.
The results of the research will help raise awareness among the business and public sectors, and facilitate the formulation of solutions and recommendations for the digital transformation of Hong Kong.
The visual recognition system is capable of mimicking a human driver’s ability to recognise locations from a different direction and under radically different environmental conditions.
P-POTEKA is a lightning observation system that consists of an automatic weather station, a slow antenna, a field mill sensor, and an infrasound sensor.