The platform has developed a community of like-minded leaders to deep dive into specific subject matters pertinent to governments’ drive for digitalisation, such as cloud, data governance, and digital identity.
Nearly 3,000 public services are online and many organisations provide digital records, remote services and e-payments. Villagers have developed digital shops on e-commerce platforms, raising agricultural sales 174 times.
Four research projects led by scholars at CityU received grants worth HK$ 20.26 million in total from the inaugural Green Tech Fund under the Environmental Protection Department, HKSAR Government.
To get AI to accurately recognise 3D objects, such as people or cars, researchers have developed a new technique so AI can identify 3D objects and how those objects relate to each other in space.
The on-demand, on-site 3D concrete printing will impact various construction applications in the multi-billion-dollar market worldwide. Future jobs will be marshalled into design, servicing and maintenance of digital systems.
A thermovoltaic device that will convert infrared energy from waste heat sources into electricity is being developed by UniSA and a green technology company in collaboration with the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre.
To grow its digital economy, China will encourage digitalisation in banking and insurance to better serve the real economy by improving the data governance system.
Setting the New Standard in Secure Software Development: The SolarWinds Next-Generation Build System
Organisations that support the public and private sectors must be far more proactive than before, keeping a vigil on bad actors, both internal and external, foreign and domestic.
The Indonesian government partnered with a tech company to grow AI talent base in Indonesia by offering dedicated skills training for both lecturers and students.