The programme aims to adopt an eco-conscious lifestyle by offering citizens a rewarding way to recycle used plastic drink bottles and aluminium drink cans.
The winning startups have been supported by Taiwan’s the Ministry of Science and Technology and are an indication of the success such upcoming enterprises are enjoying.
The IATA Travel Pass is a mobile app that allows travellers to store and manage certifications for COVID-19 tests or vaccines. The app is available in iOS and Android stores.
Perlmutter, the AI supercomputer, plays a key role in advancing scientific research as it provides four times the computational power, making it among the fastest supercomputers.
By harnessing two emerging cancer therapies, the biomimetic nanosheet enables effective and precise treatment of tumours.
The tech is an artificial intelligence-powered super engine, revolutionising the speed and efficiency by which data is transformed into rich insightful knowledge.
The country is focussing on big data development by inviting many experts in the field to discuss several key topics from data security to big data facilitating rural revitalisation.
The programme provides technical and technological assistance to MSMEs to enable them to improve their production capabilities by infusing science and technology (S&T) interventions.
AI applications can be enhanced with the help of a neuromorphic device, which can mimic human brain synapses to create brain-inspired efficient computing abilities.
By teaching the computer model to find patterns that often indicate sarcasm, the team has developed an AI to accurately detect sarcasm on social media.