Innovations in AI, IoT, telemedicine and digital health are revolutionising how the nation delivers and experiences healthcare, improving outcomes and empowering patients.
Otoritas kesehatan Singapura pakai AI untuk analisis indikasi efek buruk obat dan vaksin lewat catatan medis elektronik.
The two countries are collaborating to improve Air Traffic Management performance and aim to improve aviation safety, efficiency, and sustainability through data analytics, research and technological innovation.
The Financial Services Authority and the Directorate General of Population and Civil Registration collaborate to utilise population data for better financial regulation and inclusion in Indonesia.
The Philippines is leveraging technology to streamline its passport and visa services, enabling more efficient processing online and improving the overall experience for travellers.
Researchers have developed machine learning algorithms to design novel proteins with desired structural properties, potentially creating sustainable materials with tailored properties, such as wrappings to keep food fresher.
China’s government has placed a strong emphasis on data-driven growth, promoting the use of advanced technologies and innovation to drive economic development and improve public services.
A national 5G Smart Health pilot project aims to improve the efficacy of the telemedicine system in hospitals through real-time consultation and treatment using AR-augmented glasses and Smart Ambulances,
Taiwan invests in AI for economic competitiveness, streamlining processes, and fostering innovation while balancing the impact of AI-generated works on society to create a mutually beneficial relationship between creators and AI-generation technologies.
The guidelines suggested balancing efficiency and creativity in a smart city’s infrastructure, with cybersecurity, privacy protections, and national security.