While current AI tech is based on an assumed model of brain-type information processing, this research provides a fresh perspective into what brain-type information processing is.
More than 500,000 NZeTAs have been issued since the launch while 196 were refused, which demonstrates that the electronic travel authority has improved border security.
The Malaysian government is actively deploying solutions that can boost public service accessibility and empower citizens in the digital society.
With a strong focus is on digital payment capabilities, the government is working with banks to offer SMEs a seamless and interoperable integration with banking systems.
This initiative follows the adoption of the Public Sector Data Security Review Committee’s five recommendations for enhancing the securing of citizens’ data.
The new system can be used in the future to provide health authorities and the community early warning of a serious and sudden health event.
Vietnam’s digital economy expected to reach $30 billion by 2025 depend on the ease of doing business and effectiveness of government in supporting the growth of the digital economy.
EGov Pay facility enables a streamlined digitalisation of government collections and disbursements while QR Ph is intended to enable micro-merchants to accept electronic payments.
Malaysia would like to see investment in high-tech manufacturing as part of the fourth industrial revolution (IR 4.0) including areas like renewable energy. such as solar and wind, and also in services that create respectable-paying jobs.
The most complex and advanced earth observation satellite built by Indian Space Research Organisation, Cartosat-3 is another feather in Indian Space Research Organisation cap.