A global tech giant plans to invest US$50 million in a research and development centre in Singapore that will drive innovation in data computation.
In the “Identifying Surgical Instrument” contest, participants devised machine learning models to identify, locate and count surgical instruments going into and out of hospitals’ operating theatres.
The nation moves up to 6th place in the ASEAN mobile internet speeds according to a global speed test far surpassing its 111th rank in the same period last year.
India and Europe reiterated their commitment to human capital development, including researchers’ training and mobility.
The two countries discussed new initiatives on agri-tech programmes to strengthen their partnership towards agricultural modernisation and sustainability.
The UoW team, based at the SMART Infrastructure Facility, has successfully demonstrated the ability of their software to detect violence aboard trains using actual footage.
To boost their online sales, Indonesia’s personal care and cosmetic sectors are eager to incorporate the use of AR tech which can provide customers the ability to virtually try products.
During the event, the Prime Minister outlined policy initiatives to aid entrepreneurs and innovators, including the National Digital Communication Policy.