A Memorandum of Understanding to advance bilateral collaboration has been signed by Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority and the US Federal Communications Commission.
IT contributed the most to the digital economy – about 30% of the total value, followed by e-commerce (14.3%) and hardware production (12.8%). The digital content field recorded the strongest growth, up nearly 104% compared to the Q1 of 2022.
The website served as a data bank for government organisations to stimulate public service innovation, while the digitalised Islamic law will provide easy access to Indonesian youths.
The “Standard Contract Measures for Exporting Personal Information” will go into effect on 1 June 2023, following deliberation and adoption in China.
The Philippines intends to boost internet connectivity for governments and businesses in the country with the submarine fibre optic cable project which will give considerably more bandwidth.
In August, NTU Singapore will launch three new academic programmes to educate students about careers in sustainability, blockchain, and quantum technologies as Singapore moves to a green economy.
The Tainan Waterway Museum in Taiwan has implemented augmented reality (AR) technology to recreate the chimney that has vanished as a way to showcase historic building techniques and preservation of waterway-related equipment.