It is heartening to see the strong interest and support for the Singapore Women in Tech movement from schools, industry and community.
Speed in service delivery is of the essence for the banking industry in the new normal but flexible and agile working has made the sector vulnerable to cybercrime and fraud.
The solution enables in vivo imaging of deep brain structures at high resolution. The technology can shed light on brain functions in regions that have never been well explored.
The initiative will prime Malaysia to be the preferred base for the best innovators and tech start-ups regionally as well as drive the development of a sustainable start-up and social enterprise ecosystem in Malaysia.
As COVID has dramatically increased New Zealand’s reliance on digital devices and the internet, the nation is looking to accelerate its digital transformation and ramp up its cyber resilience.
AktivUKM aims to drive digital teaching and learning activities for campus residents and the community; it is expected to empower students with relevant and futuristic skills to join the 4th Industrial Revolution era.