Chatbots tread a fine line between cold efficiency and the human touch and have the potential to make a significant impact in the lives of many Singaporeans, by improving the way citizens engage with government services.
As part of its Deregulation Agenda, the government is making significant digital reforms to the Therapeutic Goods Administration, cutting red tape for more than 4,000 businesses that applying to register medicines and medical devices annually.
The bank has piloted robotic payments and applied digital signature and electronic authentication tools on an app platform.
Thailand is confident that an official Space Act will propel the country’s space industry, primarily by capitalizing on the opportunities presented by NewSpace.
The solution employs blockchain and mobile technologies to track symptoms and validate, attest and store test results of all kinds (laboratory or rapid point-of-care PCR, antigen, antibody, etc.) for use in access protocols.
More than 66% of the total area of Indonesia is the sea, making mastery of maritime technology critical to the nation’s economic future.
The team has developed methods suitable for detecting SARS-CoV-2 in sewage in Hong Kong by using a centrifugal filter for pre-concentration. Further research will supplement the overall community surveillance system.
The Ministry of Transportation is confident that e-ticketing and tracing applications will reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 on public transportation.
In addition to end-of-life issues, selected projects will also aim to improve the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of solar PV for new or established applications and develop new materials.
The project will look at the tools, processes and mechanisms that can be offered to the community of developers to enable ethical use and to generate more equitable outcomes for Māori.