MAS introduces Gprnt, a revolutionary digital platform, that simplifies ESG reporting for businesses; and aims to automate data collection, computation, and access, catering to both SMEs and larger entities, fostering sustainability and transparency.
The collaborative memorandum aims to bolster India’s MSME sector by streamlining access to credit, fostering tech development and promoting innovation, with a strong emphasis on joint outreach initiatives and policy enhancements for deep tech startups.
The award for the learning chatbot, Mr. Pytor Bot, epitomises Python’s rising prominence in education, echoed by IIT-Kanpur, India and HKPC Academy’s Hong Kong programme, showcasing Python’s pivotal role in modern learning and tech.
The Telecommunications Research Centre researcher has introduced Software Defined Radio (SDR) potential for efficient and adaptive radio technology, increasing SDR-focused research for diverse telecommunication fields.
The two countries are looking to work together on smart cities and building initiatives and have discussed the potential for AI collaboration, capitalising on Germany’s digital expertise and Vietnam’s considerable IT workforce.
The Bright Future Engineering Talent Hub at City University Hong Kong celebrates student achievements in STEM through initiatives like the STEM Challenge and Summer Research Internship, fostering innovation and engineering excellence.
The wearable ultrasound patch heralds a shift in medical imaging technology by enabling non-invasive, operator-free imaging of internal organs, with potential applications in diagnosing bladder and kidney disorders and a vision to expand to imaging other organs.
The nation’s IT hardware sector is undergoing a revolutionary transformation with the swift approval of 27 companies under the PLI Scheme, marking a significant stride towards self-reliance and global competitiveness.
New Zealand is embarking on facial recognition technology to enhance identity verification processes, allowing users to match live images on their phones with their official documents stored in government databases.
Thailand’s push toward smart farming signifies a significant leap to revolutionise its agricultural sector, aiming for amplified productivity, resource efficiency and resilience in the face of contemporary challenges like climate change.