Singapore’s National Heart Centre employs AI for pioneering cardiovascular research, aiming to improve heart disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment; made remarkable strides, from heart stem cell therapy to AI-driven diagnostic platforms.
Powered by AI, the CHAMP microscope could revolutionise cancer surgery, offering hope to patients by ensuring more precise tumour removal during operations and expanding to various types of cancer.
IGMS 2.0, an Intelligent Grievance Monitoring System with AI integration, will enhance public grievance resolution alongside the transition to a paperless office environment, marking a significant step toward more citizen-centric and sustainable governance.
The Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Train project will ensure seamless digital connectivity along the route, marking a significant advancement for the country’s transportation infrastructure.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory introduces the Centre for AI Security Research to collaborate with federal agencies, addressing emerging AI vulnerabilities and threats while leveraging ORNL’s expertise to ensure the safe and secure utilisation of AI for national security and public benefit.
Thailand is becoming a Smart Nation by enhancing accessibility, transparency, and public engagement through various digital initiatives that streamline government services, benefit businesses, and improve the quality of life for citizens nationwide.
Government agencies are designing Government Electronic Tender Service and All-of-Government collaborative contracts dashboards with a digital-first approach, revolutionising procurement with insights into spending and benchmarking capabilities.