Singapore is advancing patient care through the application of AI, including detecting adverse drug reactions and predicting pneumonia severity. Collaborations and responsible AI practices play a crucial role in these advancements.
The ATR module of AuditOnline is an open-source application that will enhance transparency and accountability in village council audits, ensuring clarity and efficient financial practices at the grassroots level.
UWA’s development of a state-of-the-art laser-based space communication network, positions Western Australia as a leader in the global satcom market while enhancing critical defense capabilities and disaster management.
The government promotes inclusivity and accessibility of digital technology, striving to address the needs and rights of individuals with disabilities, creating a ground for growth and innovation in the market.
Taiwan and the UK have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on digital health, aiming to enhance cooperation in areas like telemedicine, data sharing, and pandemic preparedness for improved healthcare outcomes.
The AU$6.5 million research programme will advance the bioeconomy, focusing on sustainable materials, agriculture practices, and food waste reduction, while capitalising on Germany’s expertise in the field.
AI is providing valuable tools for understanding, monitoring, and protecting endangered species, predicting extinction trends, and analysing large-scale data, ultimately enhancing conservation strategies.