Singaporean researchers are researching and exploring the use of mixed reality technology to support the development of next-generation clinical applications and improve patient safety
Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and a tech start-up will be developing a high-power density charge and converter system for electric vehicles.
IT applications, including portals and apps, help speed up the nationwide vaccination campaign, increase transparency and support the management of COVID-19 vaccinations in Vietnam.
By implementing digital policies and harnessing digital technologies, Indonesian citizens will be provided with a more inclusive future and the country’s digital economy will be improved.
The Government of Western Australia has awarded $385,000 to Western Australians who have developed innovative products, tech or services by providing funding to access professional skills, services or commercial knowledge.
U.S. researchers developed a probabilistic programming language that allows for fast, error-free answers to hard AI problems, including fairness.
The application, which is available on iOS and Android, senses the speed of seismic waves that spread after the release of stress from faults movement. The system issues warnings to citizens and provides steps to survive an earthquake.
CSIRO has released the CO2 Utilisation Roadmap which explores the opportunities presented by emerging carbon capture and utilisation technologies for Australia to support new industries and reduce carbon emissions.
In preventing the spread of fake news, Philippine government agencies have set up online platforms for cybercrime prevention awareness that the public can easily access.
The nation has been conducting trials for digital currency as it offers better data, increases consumer efficiencies and analytics, enhances monitoring ability and gives yuan greater utility.