In partnership, NUS has launched a S$45 million research facility to develop cutting-edge solutions in traveller-centric digital services, revenue management, security and safety in air travel as well as workplace productivity.
UOW researchers have been awarded $3.4 million in the latest round of funding, including developing affordable battery storage for renewable energy and improving stability for applications in quantum devices.
The centres will carry out extensive research for transformative technologies for use by the armed forces in quantum key distribution, quantum communication and quantum computing, among others.
U.S. researchers developed a measurement for perceived humanness for chatbots by making participants rate perceived humanness and it leads to greater consumer trust in the companies.
Vietnam is pursuing a policy on the development of digital technologies and has set the goal of having ten technology firms with annual revenue of over $1 billion by 2025.
The nation aims to make the digital yuan available more broadly by launching an app to allow users to sign up and use the digital currency and introducing the digital yuan in the Beijing Winter Olympics.
The regulations address personal data controllers and personal data processors in seven sectors – healthcare, retail and e-commerce, education, logistics, travel, property and asset management and the public sector.
NTUH researchers and a tech company launched an app that monitors the regularity of the heartbeat and records abnormal heart rates with 95% of accuracy.