Software Engineering students created an impactful productivity app that provides better computation, has offline capability and is portable for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit team.
The competition aims at attracting the AI community to design and test out AI models and solutions that will easily detect audio-visual fake media.
The two sides hosted an event where participants introduced technologies, including equipment for mechanical processing, automation technology and technologies for agricultural production and farm produce processing.
The Indonesian Institute of Sciences Research Centre for Electronics and Telecommunications is developing a smart ventilator to assist the healthcare sector in response to the COVID-19 situation in Indonesia.
A smart logistics company opened launched a new Global R&D Centre at HKSTP. The Centre represents the company’s dedication to developing AIR tech for the international logistics market as well as other Hong Kong’s industries.
Several digital health startups presented their healthtech solutions that utilise technologies such as AI, IoT, advanced algorithms to solve different medical problems.
Philippine logistic companies intend to accelerate the implementation of digitisation plans and the adoption of digital technologies to change their business model and provide new opportunities for the logistics sector.
The app will help enhance the digital skills of agriculture businesses; keep on-farm safety processes simple and practical, and give employees and property owners vital safety information 24/7 via their smartphone or tablet.
Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras have developed an AI-based DNA sequencing model to mathematically differentiate between cancerous and benign cells.
The interdependence of China’s tech innovation strategy with its military-civil fusion system enables it to leverage the global research and networks of the country’s own companies and universities.