The Corporate Recovery and Tax Incentives for Enterprises Law aims to encourage investments in new digital technologies by offering significant fiscal incentives.
HKUST has launched WavyOcean, the first interactive marine environment visualisation platform which offers an unprecedented level of data on the ocean in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau GBA, the entire China Seas, and the Western Pacific Ocean.
The Capacity Building in Responsible Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics programme aims to transform policing, reduce personnel workload, and build tech-based tools to help serve the public more effectively. It will be taught by industry experts and researchers.
A study shows a new mathematical model that can improve performance by combining human and algorithmic predictions by conducting an image classification experiment.
Of all tech sectors, the initial draft of New Zealand’s Industry Transformation Plan has identified the window of opportunity for the cloud software market as relatively short.
Responders will test a range of technologies – from biometric sensors and robotics to air-quality monitors and video analytics.
By establishing its new AI HUB initiative, Taiwan is gearing itself up as a powerhouse in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) industry and a global leader in the field.
Indonesia showcases achievements and efforts in accelerating the digital transformation to show the world that Indonesia is experiencing rapid development in the digital field and is able to use it as a solution.
Shanghai-based scientists detail how combining Artificial Intelligence with radiomics data can help better predict the formation of cancer in humans.