By presenting twelve joint technological achievements in fields ranging from AI to COVID-19 detection, ITRI and AIST inspired innovative ideas, allowing both parties to have a good grasp on the technology in Taiwan and Japan.
Personalised medical devices such as hips, spines and knees will be made in Victoria thanks to new support from the local Government to expand a world-class 3D medical manufacturing facility in Port Melbourne.
To Achieve faster internet speeds and coverage, the Department of Information and Communications Technology has activated its first common telecom tower for the country.
Philippine government agencies tied up with food tech firms to further enhance the nutritional benefits of the “Nutribun” project used for their school meal programmes.
The Australian Government recently announced that it is investing AU$18.8 million to supercharge the discovery of better treatments for cancer, epilepsy, stroke, paralysis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, brain injuries, back pain and chronic middle ear disease. Under round three of the Government’s AU$45 million BioMedTech Horizons (BMTH) program, 21 very promising projects will receive funding to […]
International survey finds 10% of Singaporeans use OGD on daily basis; 51% cite lack of awareness as biggest barrier to greater use
When using OGD, citizens value user experience features such as the ease of access and easy data visualisations.
Students from tertiary institutions and JCs will use, analyse and apply open data to generate new insights and present them through easily understandable videos.
The study seeks to compare OGD initiatives across 10 countries: US, UK, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Finland, Mexico, Australia, France and India.