The country has been working on a new entry point for ASEAN member states to collaborate on research, knowledge sharing and training to respond to cyber threats.
A new report identified progress in AI, from speech and language processing to AI that can predict how proteins fold; the report also pointed out risks, including incompetent machines of inferior intelligence.
The new R&D centre is aimed at transferring the biotech firm’s state-of-the-art technologies, products and services in cell and gene therapy to Hong Kong, the Greater Bay Area and APAC region.
R&D in the Philippines is aimed at increasing productivity in many sectors of the economy, most notably agriculture, and the government is expanding access to R&D facilities across the country to drive a post-COVID rebound.
To quicken the rollout of 5G wireless technology, China step us the development of 5G and extend the applications in a wide range of sectors.
MDEC and MDA will partner to provide digital insights, webinars and training for MDA members and non-members. The series will kick off with MDA @ School programme and is set to offer relevant training programmes to Malaysian talents.
To bolster the country’s cyber security sector, a telecom and ICT company established its first cybersecurity academy which will help students gain key skills that will allow them to enter the workforce in this field.
Taipei used 5G network services in the fashion shows and art performances to create an immersive exhibition venue and overall to provide a new integrated experience link for live broadcasts.
Researchers and industry partners from UNSW Australia, the ACN, Children’s Cancer Institute and an Australian biotech firm received the 2021 ANSTO Eureka Prize for Innovative Use of Technology for their method to rapidly-produce 3D cell structures.
Since COVID-19 has impacted businesses in the Philippines, particularly local MSMEs, DOST and other government agencies are helping MSMEs in their digitalisation adoption.