Through the Digital for Life Fund, the Infocomm Media Development Authority will create a training and learning resource toolkit for visually impaired people and teach them how to use smartphones and mobile apps.
The game theory-based Combined Security Game Policy Optimisation algorithm works by strategising resource allocation and patrolling in green security domains to prevent illegal poaching, logging, and fishing.
A research team from the Department of Applied Physics of PolyU has developed an ultrasensitive and portable COVID-19 antibody detection sensor based on organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) technology.
The Philippines through the DICT is using a campaign called “Tech Trends” to build up its ICT industry. It also introduces a new one-stop mobile app to stimulate sustainable innovation and Philippine economic recovery.
The government believes the National Council for Teacher Education’s latest portal will bring a paradigm shift in the functioning of the organisation. It will create an automated robust framework, enhancing accountability, transparency, and the ease of doing business.
The Curtin Centre for Data Linkage has developed a new and innovative way of connecting data across general practices, hospitals, registries and government departments, which significantly reduces privacy risks.
The Ministry of Communication and Information of Indonesia encourages the development of women’s talents in the digital sector to grow the national economy and achieve their potential.
Applying emerging technologies in production and manufacturing can help businesses improve their productivity and product quality, and reduce production costs, enabling them to gradually join global supply chains.
Immediate economic and national security implications apart, semiconductor technology is critical in enabling solutions to a variety of societal problems – a backbone for the digital economy, according to a researcher.