AI algorithms can reform higher education, avoiding errors that affect quality and effectiveness. The government has urged educational institutes to use AI since it can help with education and the wider workforce in the sector.
ASTRI and its industry partners are collaborating to leverage a privacy-preserving technology, called “Federated Learning”, to develop AI models and output in the form of encrypted parameters to MSMEs get access to financing.
University of Wollongong researchers will share in $1.2 million in funding as part of a Federal Government program to strengthen Australia’s critical geospatial intelligence capabilities.
Singapore has always been at the forefront of these advancements, and they are still looking for new ways to make AI the centre of all technologies.
An AI-based simulation training has been developed to improve training programmes and reduce the number of maritime incidents caused by human error and will support Singapore's Maritime R&D Roadmap.
Under an agreement between Sydney Trains and UK-based tech firm the train, the operator has integrated a range of video analytics solutions with its security cameras to identify incidences of tunnel and track intrusion across the 13 stations.
To better understand its occupational licensure review and adjudication processes, Wisconsin is turning to artificial intelligence and automation.
The country has developed autonomous vehicles, including self-driving robo-taxis and unmanned delivery vehicles which marked a milestone for the commercialisation of autonomous driving.
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