The new portal facilitates information sharing on decarbonisation initiatives, creates critical networks and opportunities for collaboration and enables capacity-building.
The 2021 ASEAN Computer Emergency Response Team Drill used the latest cybersecurity trends as scenarios for teams to strengthen their preparedness in solving cybersecurity issues.
The CubeSats will test tech that can provide data that could be used in applications such as agriculture, environment and natural resources and disaster risk reduction and management.
The Chief Executive of Hong Kong recently delivered the 2021 Policy Address covering how the Government plans to steer the region’s emergence from the pandemic with a focus on building it into a leading global tech hub, as well as other goals.
Atlanta’s cloud-based software, the Help Map provides information to the most vulnerable to tackle food insecurity while Boston uses an SMS chatbot and food donation platform to strengthen food access citywide.
The sector today contributes 3.4% to GDP and is expected to double in the next few years. The Indian electronics market is considered one of the largest in the world and is expected to hit US$400 billion by 2025.
The government of New Zealand has several projects and initiatives implemented aimed to improve internet connectivity in rural areas of the country, allowing residents to gain access to high-quality broadband.
UOW and three tech giants are uniting to position the Illawarra as a global leader in the uptake and creation of the AIOT, helping Australia access a world market estimated to reach US$26.2 billion by 2023.
To have major breakthroughs in AI and become a leader in the field, China released its first set of ethical guidelines governing artificial intelligence, emphasising protecting user rights and preventing risks.
The programme aims to collect feedback from experts on possible errors and security loopholes on current technology platforms in the field, ensuring information safety and helping developers avoid emerging risks.