In addition, the signed MOU will enable both institutions to reach another level of financial cooperation in further leveraging the technology to benefit the people in Malaysia and Cambodia.
Administered by the Government Chief Digital Officer, the initiative is a NZ$ 5 million contestable fund that will invest in digital and data innovation.
The partnership will also see DSO having the opportunity to utilise A*STAR’s R&D talent, facilities, technologies and expertise.
Cyber Ready Cloud Innovation Centre will enable students to tackle cyber issues in the real world through innovative cloud computing approaches and emerging technology.
Thailand’s Minister of Labour stressed the importance of continuous self-development among Thais to keep up with changing trends and technology.
A public sector undertaking, under the Ministry of Railways, will provide video surveillance systems with video analytics and a facial recognition system.
Even at this early stage of research and development, governments, large tech companies and global industries are investing heavily into what they believe is the next generation of disruption.