Efforts to establish a risk-taking culture have taken on more significance amid competition for talent, capital and start-ups with other hi-tech hubs.
The Thai PM noted that it is important for Thailand to continue to support local SMEs to enhance their capability through advanced technology adoption.
In addition to gaining access to Russian space tech the Government will work also work locally on space technology. A project in Langkawi will include a mission control centre, spaceport and high altitude lighter-than-air office.
The collaboration between HKIT and the organisation will create a learning opportunity for those cybersecurity enthusiasts who are looking forward to online education without forgoing their present obligations.
The Innovation Centre, which incorporates a range of green tech in its design (like solar panels, rainwater harvesting and waste management) will help boost Malaysia’s reputation as a global manufacturing hub.
The solar panels fitted on the buses’ rooftops convert energy from the sun into electricity to power the ventilation system which cools down the bus while it is parked. The new cooling system also enables the bus to save fuel.
The AI system, called generative tensorial reinforcement learning (GENTRL), helped design six promising treatments for fibrosis in 21 days.
By combining its expertise with the innovation that is being developed worldwide, including the UK, Hong Kong can support its elderly citizens well while also becoming the eHealth innovation hub for Asia.
The platform leverages Big Data and marketing software. Moreover, a Thai team is on hand 24/7 to provide customer support, digital marketing training courses for customers, and a data link system with online payment service providers in Thailand.
The digital transformation programme aims to future-proof Malaysian companies by helping them enhance their competitiveness, and providing a structured approach via DTL partners while adopting emerging digital technologies.