Many hospitals now use robots to perform both surgical and administrative tasks and Singapore’s Yishun Community Hospital has deployed robots to their various wards to assist patients and as part of their robot therapy.
A first-of-its-kind school at the Australian National University will seek to understand how Australia and the world can safely navigate and steer the profound impact of new tech as well as the effect AI has on daily lives.
Innovation Fuels Thailand’s Economic Growth with Dr Pun-Arj Chairatana, Executive Director, National Innovation Agency, Thailand
New ideas and approaches can help Thai policymakers innovate and develop new capabilities.
A report published by CSIRO has detailed the successful trial of a new sensor-based platform with the potential to better support older Australians to live in their own home longer.
Major operational users of the ocean monitoring satellites include Ministry of Earth Sciences institutions such as the Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services and the National Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting.
Modern astronomical observatories send out tens of thousands of alerts and images every night using a machine learning (ML) algorithm; hence, astronomers have large samples of cosmic events to answer their most pressing questions.
An HKBU collaborative research team has synthesised a nanoparticle, TRZD, that can perform the dual function of diagnosing and treating glioma in the brain and offers hope for the early diagnosis and treatment of glioma.
In the last 11 months, the Vietnam Authority of Information Security has recognised, warned, and instructed companies on how to handle 11,212 cyberattacks. The number of information systems in accordance with the new levels accounts for 54.8%.
Aqua-IoT is an Internet of Things-based monitoring system for the physical, chemical, and biological qualities of water developed in Thailand to enable the aquaculture industry to grow in a sustainable way.
In addition to discussing digital connectivity issues following the Covid-19 pandemic, the DEWG G20 Forum also discussed post-Covid-19 connectivity and recovery, digital skills and literacy, cross-border data flow, and data free-flow with trust.