Singapore’s Minister for Communications and Information highlights the country’s investment in digital infrastructure, AI governance, and global partnerships to drive economic growth and ensure responsible technological advancement in the digital age.
Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung emphasises the significance of open data and AI for Vietnam’s economic transformation, as the country embraces the potential of data-driven innovation and collaboration to drive socio-economic development and establish itself as a technological powerhouse.
The SatuJantung 2.0 app serves as a life-saving tool for managing cardiac arrest cases by providing risk assessment, emergency alerts, first aid instructions and data collection capabilities, which aims to improve healthcare in Indonesia.
The plan actively drives digital transformation by integrating tech in education and optimises computing power infrastructure and enhance computing services in universities, focusing building online education platforms and enhancing e-learning experiences for students.
Researchers from IIT-Delhi have developed a state-of-the-art machine learning model for monsoon rainfall prediction in India. Early, accurate monsoon forecasts can help decision-making in agriculture, energy, water resources, disaster management, and health sectors.
The University of Illinois researchers have developed advanced coatings for orthopaedic implants using a multidisciplinary approach, improving wireless interfaces and establishing large-scale production.
The Philippines takes a significant step towards digital transformation as the Bureau of Customs and the Department of Information and Communications Technology collaborate to strengthen their ICT systems and improve public services.
Researchers from Thailand and the United Kingdom announced their collaboration in developing biotechnological products and animal vaccine production, strengthening Thailand’s infrastructure and workforce in biopharmaceutical and animal healthcare.