MyDigital – the government’s vision to make Malaysia a high-income, tech-savvy nation – is a Digital Economy Blueprint for the direction, methods, actions and goals for expanding its digital economy.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Association of Banks in Singapore have released additional security measures in Singapore’s digital banking and will be implemented starting on 31 October 2022.
The digital method will save printing and transfer costs. Authorities can authenticate electronic versions of a contract to validate its origin, cutting time off the verification process and curbing forged documents.
Researchers have developed a non-destructive imaging technique called Laser-Stimulated Fluorescence in which high-power lasers cause artefacts to exhibit fluorescence, revealing unseen and often unknown information.
The use of the National Public Key Infrastructure in the Philippines has improved all government internet applications since its inception, resulting in increased delivery of government services to citizens.
The government announced the establishment of the Centre for the C4IR which aims to support Malaysia’s overarching vision under its 4IR Policy launched in 2021, as well as the Malaysia Digital Economy Blueprint.
Alumni from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed an optical sensing method that uses AI to test raw milk, allowing better quality of milk delivered and for the better care of animals.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Communication and Informatics is confident that the training will enhance public officials’ ability to deploy information and communication technology to regional development.