Minister Josephine Teo’s strategic leadership underscores Singapore’s commitment to technological innovation, digital transformation, and cybersecurity, with initiatives ranging from online safety regulations and AI development to the deployment of 5G networks
PolyU and HKATG have solidified a collaborative partnership to advance satellite tech, navigation and communication, with a focus on smart cities and urban air mobility, marked by their significant contribution and commitment to pioneering research and societal impact.
MIT researchers have simplified intricate robotic manipulation planning using AI to combine reinforcement learning and rapid decision-making algorithms, enabling smaller and more efficient robots and empowering them to adapt to the environment swiftly.
Singapore’s Project Pensieve utilises artificial intelligence to transform dementia screening, offering a user-friendly digital drawing test that assesses risk in under 10 minutes, contributing to early detection and improved healthcare outcomes.
The resurging technique within additive manufacturing is revolutionising the production of titanium components by reducing porosity, optimizing material properties, and setting new standards for performance, bridging the gap between cutting-edge tech and time-tested processes.
The Breath-to-Breath Observed Biometrics system developed by University of Canterbury researchers offers real-time data accessible to patients and clinicians, revolutionising healthcare monitoring and enabling timely interventions for respiratory conditions.