The declaration, endorsed by nations worldwide, underscores the transformative potential of AI while emphasising the crucial need for responsible, human-centric, and globally cooperative development to ensure safety and benefits for all.
National initiatives to broaden and deepen its ecosystem for technology recognise the importance of supporting innovative endeavours, such as Generative AI, through collaborative efforts with both the private sector and regulatory frameworks.
The university has joined forces with Wuxi, promising to reshape industry-academia synergy to pioneer breakthroughs, transform research, and drive cutting-edge tech advancements, propelling regional and national innovation to new heights.
The country looks to achieve seamless telecommunications and the smart city vision in IKN, contributing to the future city to support Indonesia Maju 2045.
Vietnam’s gaming industry, currently generating over $500 million annually and ranking fifth in Southeast Asia, anticipates the potential to exceed US$ 1 billion with the inclusion of various payment forms, driven by technological advancements, a large player base, and abundant skilled resources.
Six research teams from UniSA have received a total of AU$3.4 million in ARC funding for innovative tech projects, covering AI, water technology, literature, cell biology, and reproductive health.
Contributions to geological research, driven by digital technologies, have revolutionised understanding of seismic hazards, earthquake geology, and landscape evolution, leaving an indelible mark on the field and society.
AI solutions hold the potential to alleviate poverty and enhance the delivery of public goods and services in India, with the nation’s advantages in AI stemming from its youthful demographic, ample data reservoirs and a culture that nurtures entrepreneurship.