The maps identify key technologies that are driving change to support professionals to acquire requisite skills and enhance their ability to remain competitive and relevant.
A UniSA mechatronics engineering lecturer and colleagues have built a computer model that ensures mobile robots can recognise and avoid unexpected obstacles, finding the quickest and safest path to their destination.
The administration plans to invest in and develop AI for data processing and hydrometeorological forecasting and will build a virtual assistant system to automatically provide weather information.
NIST researchers studied the effects of trees on millimetre waves through different seasons, which are planned for use in 5G communication.
With world-leading IT companies as training partners, students at the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Advanced Technology will have access to various quality training courses in AL, ML, robotics and virtual learning.
To create economic value and enhance social well-being through technology, ITRI has introduced advanced technologies, such as an RGB-D AI Robot for smart automation and an autonomous selfie drone.
To regulate AI for managing risks of military applications and establishing effective governance in China, the government has proposed a position paper that suggests developing AI with the principle “AI for good”.