The healthy relationship between China and Malaysia allows for the transfer of knowledge, skills and innovation thus increasing awareness among the Chinese investors.
Malaysia is set on attracting foreign investments and is looking to encourage all local companies, specifically SMEs, to be better equip themselves.
The deployment of data-driven and innovative systems to enable the application of AI in the nation’s dental industry is an on-going process to better patient outcomes and experiences.
Malaysia is engaging in and pushing for collaborative efforts to ensure that analytics is the foundation of current national innovation for all smart city initiatives.
The Malaysia-Indonesia border agreement will be renewed in 2020 and both countries plan to continue to work together for the future security of the nations.
Recognising the plethora of benefits gained from facial recognition technology, Malaysia has been deploying it to for safety, citizen services and commercial applications, among other areas.
Japan’s booming halal industry, expecially with the upcoming Tokyo Olympics 2020. is an opportunity for Malaysia to reaffirm its position as a Global Halal Economy Enabler.
Graduates need to equip themselves with sufficient knowledge in digital and technology to meet the increasing demands and support Malyasia’s digital ambitions.
DTLT is proving to be a game-changer on multiple levels; not only providing healing, it can extend an athlete’s career as it aids in mitigating damage and delays the ageing process of the body.