The country is navigating the global economic landscape, emphasising adaptability, fostering innovation through AI and prioritising workforce upskilling, aiming to be a frontrunner in the AI for transformative economic growth.
Vietnamese companies are actively preparing for an AI-centric future, with 99% either having a robust AI strategy or developing one, according to a recent industry survey of over 8,000 global companies.
The University of Wollongong’s ARC-funded initiative aims to bolster UAV security against adversarial machine-learning threats, safeguarding Australia’s technological landscape and fostering economic growth within the UAV industry.
BRIN, through the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security Research, is deploying AI to diagnose malaria, provide more accurate results, and enable faster and more effective treatment for patients infected with malaria.
The Directorate General of Foreign Trade is partnering with e-commerce platforms to identify district export hubs across the country and connect local producers, even in rural and remote districts, with global supply chains.
In a strategic move, HKBU and CMA have joined forces to lead technological advancements in Hong Kong, aiming to transform industries and catalyse innovation through their collaborative and dynamic partnership.
Researchers at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago, employ machine learning to revolutionise vaccine design, guiding the discovery of immunomodulatory, sharing the process, and encouraging collaboration for future advancements.