The two countries are strengthening collaboration in the digital economy, focusing on digital connectivity, AI for the Public Good, and promoting international cooperation to drive economic growth and benefit their people and businesses.
Leading experts from Flinders University and Brazil develop an advanced AI model for early detection of threats and failures in critical infrastructure, safeguarding power, water, and communication networks worldwide.
Researchers have developed a novel integrated system, allowing the prediction of molecular properties and the generation of new molecules, surpassing the effectiveness of traditional deep-learning techniques.
Securing data and combating cyber threats are key priorities for China’s digital economy, as officials and experts emphasise the importance of data security, cybersecurity capacity and critical information infrastructure protection.
Powered by advanced technologies, CU Medicine’s state-of-the-art biobank transforms biomedical research landscape, catalysing innovation, and propelling drug development in Hong Kong’s burgeoning biotech sector.
The integration of 3D modeling, LiDAR technology, and deep learning revolutionises mapping, enabling accurate surface representation for informed decision-making in urban planning, environmental monitoring, and resource management.
The Philippines launches the “Lusog Isip” mobile app as a digital tool to combat drug abuse, providing personalised resources, real-time updates, and community-based rehabilitation services for individuals.
E-commerce platform providers in Thailand collaborate with the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society to prepare for the upcoming Digital Platform Services (DPS) law, ensuring compliance and user protection.
Taiwan embraces the future of connectivity by opening public spaces for 5G base stations, driving digital competitiveness, and facilitating optimal network coverage for enhanced communication and innovation.
P-8A Poseidon uses advanced digital technologies enhance surveillance, data processing, communication and mission execution, marking a transformative era in New Zealand’s maritime security.