Horng Shya Chua, Managing Director, Oracle Singapore, shares an expert opinion on how Smart Cities must think. Digital innovations developed across Southeast Asia in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are a testament to the region’s ongoing commitment to building a range of “smart” infrastructure and applications. The Singapore government, already a leader with its cutting-edge […]
Experts will discuss issues including policies, evolving technologies, emerging trends, capability development, supply chain, threat intelligence information sharing and incident response.
The research project funded by the National Institutes of Health develops a mobile app to detect eye movements detects eye-gaze patterns in toddlers with an autism spectrum disorder.
The academy hopes that the courses can accelerate the adoption of digital platforms for as many MSMEs as possible, including students.
Enterprise Singapore’s new virtual programme – 500 Ignition Singapore – will provide aspiring entrepreneurs with the help they need to build start-ups from scratch.
HKSTP InnoAcademy’s latest talent programme will boost the technology talent pool with DeepTech skills and expertise to fuel Hong Kong’s growing I&T ecosystem.
The complimentary training is for women who wish to pursue a career in AI and to equip more women with fundamental knowledge through various workshops.
The nation will take new steps to reform the government functions in intellectual property by using online processing, electronic trademark registration and shortening the review period.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities will continue to resolve flooding and traffic congestion, build major transport works, and streamline administrative procedures to reach a “smart city” status by 2030.
The social distancing app is designed to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 by tracking the distance between app users.