Singapore OpenGov Leadership Forum 2022 Day 2: Accessibility, Reliability, Security and Ransomware Protection
A capacity crowd gathered to explore tech to secure data and organisations in a post-COVID-19 reality.
NTU Singapore has partnered to shape the future of education at the University’s Smart Campus by leveraging cloud-first tech and ensuring continuity in a hybrid world by enabling online collaboration and remote work.
Three projects funded through the WasteSorted E-Waste Grants have shared their findings with the industry. The important research will inform the industry on innovative ways to reduce e-waste ending up in landfills.
Under new geospatial policy guidelines, private companies will be able to prepare maps without needing approvals from a host of ministries, making it easier to use drones and develop applications via location mapping.
Neo4j publishes a report about what knowledge graphs are, how to build and use them, as well as their importance in AI and innovations.
A machine-learning algorithm developed at Sandia National Laboratories could provide auto manufacturing, aerospace and other industries a faster and more cost-efficient way to test bulk materials.
Researchers from the Khon Kaen University, under the Pilot Factory Project, have produced a technology to manufacture the materials needed to make the electrodes in Lithium-ion batteries from rice husks.
To help patients with Chronic Kidney Failure, college students created the SahabatCAPD app that allows patients to connect with medical personnel, so that follow-up fluid replacement data will be easier to monitor.
NCKU began accepting applications for its digital English diploma and collaborated with the Ministry of Education to simplify the process of applying for a job or further studies by improving issuing of digital certificates.