Social Security Institutions Launch Digitalisation Programme to Rev Up Delivery Of Frontline Services in the Philippines
National institutions continue to digitalise their systems, including electronic filing of benefit claims and loan applications, to further streamline and boost the delivery of frontline services, especially amid COVID-19.
CSIRO Releases AI Weight Loss Coach
The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet has today unveiled a new artificial intelligence weight loss coach, Hope, which uses psychological techniques to prompt and motivate members throughout their weight loss journey.
Protecting Mobile Users from Security Threats through LA Secure App
The mobile security app protects people in L.A. County from cybersecurity threats, such as inadvertently opening malicious links and accessing rogue networks on public Wi-Fi systems.
UQ and Industry Partner for Green Tech Research Project
USQ and Australia’s largest rail freight operator are collaborating on a research project to investigate how new-generation battery and green hydrogen fuel-cell tech could be used to replace the current diesel-powered engines and power the rail network.
Facial Recognition Technology for Wildlife Protection in China
China utilised facial recognition technology to formulate conservation strategies to protect wild animals, such as giant pandas and to provide information such as health conditions for farmed animals.
UTM and CUD Sign Tech Research MoU
The two universities’ new partnership aims to promote joint research and academic exchange in the field of computing and information technology.
Taiwan’s Technology R&D spending
Taiwan’s business sector remains the main pillar of the nation’s research and development efforts as there have been rising demands for products related to 5G, AI, and semiconductors.