Singapore launched National AI Strategy 2.0 at the inaugural Singapore Conference on AI, aiming to address contemporary challenges, uplift economic and social potential, and guide the nation’s journey into artificial intelligence.
The Gram Manchitra application uses GIS technology to support local-level development plans, offering tools to identify potential project sites, track assets, estimate project costs, and assess the potential impact of projects.
Tech-infused initiatives like Mind Space Museum’s immersive VR experiences and PolyU’s AI-driven mental health project mark major strides in demystifying mental illness and revolutionising diagnostic and therapeutic approaches.
The government plans to deactivate the 2G network by next year, pushing 15 million subscribers towards transitioning to 4G, aligning with broader technological advancements and strategic economic benefits for the telecommunications industry.
The NCSC’s report for 2022/2023 illuminates New Zealand’s cybersecurity landscape amidst a pivotal shift towards financially motivated cyber activities, emphasising the need for adaptive measures and collective fortification to safeguard the nation’s digital resilience.
Thailand embraces digital transformation, exemplified by its Digital Government Awards and collaborative initiatives, striving to modernise governance, optimise citizen services, and bridge the digital divide for inclusive access across all segments of society.
KKDW sparks a transformative era, as statutory bodies leverage cutting-edge technology and innovation, shedding their cost centre status to emerge as lucrative profit centres, propelling rural development into a profitable future.