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Singapore Issues Guidelines for Blockchain Privacy
The Personal Data Protection Commission launched a Guide on Personal Data Protection Considerations for Blockchain Design and renewed an MoU with Hong Kong to develop personal data protection collaboration.
Cloud, AI, IoT to Drive IT, Telecom Sector Growth in Vietnam
Vietnam’s cloud computing market is predicted to grow 26% annually, the fastest pace in SE Asia. About two-thirds of enterprises use AI for their digital transformation and the rate of firms using the IoT reached 86.67%.
APU and Department of Statistics Partner to Drive Data Studies
The MoU will drive data mining, data analysis and data analytics training among academicians and students as well as collaboration in the areas of statistics research and knowledge exchange, information supply and more.
India Sanctions 2,877 EV Charging Stations to Boost Electric Mobility
Under the second phase of the e-mobility FAME-India Scheme, $125.3 million has been allocated to develop charging infrastructure in the country for a period of five years, starting from April 2019.
Queensland Launches New Innovation Roadmap
The new AU$142 million Advance Queensland – Innovation for a Future Economy 2022-2032 roadmap will enable the acceleration of economic growth opportunities for Queensland in the lead-up to Brisbane 2032.
IIT-Madras Inks MoU to Boost Applied Research in Quantum Computing
IIT-Madras and an IT solutions provider aim to democratise access to education in quantum computing. They will develop and attract talent by offering a limited number of high-value scholarships to students who excel in research.
Curtin Uni’s ML Algorithm Traces Famous Martian Rock
Using a multidisciplinary approach involving a ML algorithm, a Curtin University team identified the crater on Mars that ejected the ‘Black Beauty’ meteorite and paired stones reportedly found in northern Africa in 2011.