EXCLUSIVE! The Future of an Innovative Medical Industry with Prof Lawrence Ho Khek-Yu, Senior Consultant & Professor, National University Hospital, Singapore
MedTech advancements improve healthcare and extend longevity, offering better patient outcomes and will continue to drive the industry’s progress.
EKSKLUSIF! Menjajaki Potensi Teknologi Kesehatan Masa Depan bersama Lawrence Ho Khek-Yu, Konsultan Senior & Profesor National University Hospital, Singapura
Meski teknologi sudah memajukan layanan kesehatan, namun sejumlah potensi peningkatan industri ini masih terbuka di masa depan.
The Singapore University of Technology and Design and an online delivery company have announced a three-year partnership to help students gain digital skills as part of SUTD’s 42 Singapore programme.
Indonesia is encouraging the use of artificial intelligence in the health sector to diagnose outbreaks and new diseases using morpho-geometric extraction to better prepare the country for any future health challenges.
PolyU is partnering with a venture capital investment company to support PolyU research teams and start-ups with high potential as well as advance the practical application of scientific research and the commercialisation of technology.
78% of stakeholders have successfully converted IPv6 for their portals and public services. More than 1,300 staff and experts have been trained on IPv6, 2.6 times higher than the training target for five years. This year, the country’s IPv6 usage rate is expected to reach 60-70%.
Artificial intelligence systems are developing quickly in the current digital landscape and getting in-depth training in the technology not only can assist students with their academic work but prepare them for the workforce.
Thailand is promoting smart agriculture for farmers and community enterprises to boost the digital economy in Chanthaburi Province in efforts to better the communities’ lives and meet national goals.
A new hotspot product tailored to Australian conditions, which provides observations every 10 minutes, day and night, will be released before the upcoming bushfire season by a team of researchers at RMIT University in partnership with Geoscience Australia.