Report shows that employers may be more open to hiring job seekers with the necessary tech skills but who may have less industry experience.
The University of Queensland’s high-performance computer can deliver exceptional performance for image processing and deep learning algorithms useful for digital pathology.
A more accurate, secure and efficient process, e-Invoicing will improve efficiency and security, speeding up processing and reducing errors and delays.
The increase in spending is aimed at improving health outcomes and lower medical costs, latching on to the city’s proximity to many technological advancements in mainland China.
Relevant data on land and aquatic resources will allow for enhanced monitoring of maritime and agricultural environments, infrastructure identification, among others, and will aid greatly with disaster preparedness and mitigation.
The blockchain technology for VAT refunds are aimed at accelerating the process for tourists as details of their purchases will be immediately shared with the Revenue Department and the Customs Department once shops key in the information in the system.
DTLT is proving to be a game-changer on multiple levels; not only providing healing, it can extend an athlete’s career as it aids in mitigating damage and delays the ageing process of the body.
The Melbourne Ecosystem will strengthen the connections between patients, clinicians, researchers, policy makers, technology providers, and the community.
As organisations push to monetise data, they must create data-centric architectures with the right people with the right skillsets to be able to exploit available technologies and tools.
Looking to mange their skill-gap in the IT sector, over 80% of Japanese firms said they are willing to employ foreign workers while 95% said they accept Vietnamese employees.