Singapore OpenGov Leadership Forum 2022 Day 3: Scale, Agile, Flexible, Secure – Adapting to the Next Normal
Delegates convene to discuss the imperative of cloud adoption and business opportunities in automation.
Vietnam Customs Procedures to go Paperless in 2022
With the aim of going paperless this year, the customs sector will build digital platforms based on big data and will deploy cutting-edge technologies to take the lead in the government’s national digital transformation plan.
EXCLUSIVE: Dr Maya Natarajan, Senior Director, Knowledge Graphs, Neo4j on the Power of Knowledge Graphs for Complex Decision-making
Maya elaborates how organisations should utilise knowledge graphs for complex-decision making as the technology provides more context to data and can be used in multiple use cases.
Australia Post Completes Major Network Upgrade
The 2-year upgrade improved internet connectivity across 4000 post offices, deliveries facilities and support offices Australia-wide and included the deployment of a new data network for enhanced Wi-Fi connectivity.
Machine Learning to Manage Fraud in Government Programmes
Machine learning helps spot fraud, waste and abuse because it can not only automatically check massive amounts of data for signs of sketchy activity but also improve over time.
India, Australia, Singapore Explore Tech and Innovation to Address Marine Pollution
India suggests the application of tech tools like remote sensing, AI and machine learning to map the distribution of marine plastics and develop models to understand the dynamics of plastics in the Indian Ocean.
MDEC Selects Marketing Agency of Record For 2022
Two creative and media specialist companies have been chosen as MDEC’s 2022 AOR. Both companies will be executing campaigns on MDEC’s rakyat and businesses and digital investments segments.
The Importance of Using Big Data in Combating Money Laundering
A myriad of digital transactions make tracking financial transactions difficult, PPATK utilises big data tools to map and visualise to combat money laundering and predict an event through processing large volumes of data.
China to Build Four National Computing Hubs
To increase China’s computing capacity, China plans to build four national integrated computing hubs that will give full play to its advantages in the market – technology, talent and capital and data centre clusters.