8 MoUs were signed and 14 collaborative projects were started during the third Singapore-China Smart City Initiative Joint Implementation Committee Meeting to boost creativity between the two cities in the digital economy.
DOST-ASTI has released Kooha Version 2.0, an app that takes real-time data from a mobile device’s built-in sensors and embeds it in a photo; all photographs captured by the app will be shared on the Kooha Community
To gain an advantage in the fierce competition, organisations must guarantee cloud communication platforms that serve as a direct line of contact between them and their consumers and aid in the promotion of their offerings.
NTU Singapore has turned wastepaper into battery components for electric cars and smartphones. Wastepaper as the starting material for battery anodes would also lessen reliance on conventional carbon sources.
The Philippines was chosen as one of the pilot countries to be connected to the Arterial Research and Educational Network in the Asia Pacific (ARENA-PAC); the country’s internal revenue announces the availability of the enhanced chatbot “Revie.”
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The new Food Services Industry Digital Plan will introduce a roadmap on cybersecurity and data protection measures, update the roadmap on digital training, and include a roadmap on digital solutions.
The government wants to close the digital divide and accelerate the digital transformation to make public service accessible to all citizens, especially those who come from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds.
National agencies agree to tackle cyber threats at the inaugural cyber defence exercise; the Digital and Intelligence Service and Cyber Security Agency of Singapore signed joint operations agreements for cyber cooperation.
Researchers in the United States have developed a new technique for accurately measuring how atom-thin materials expand when heated, which could aid engineers in developing faster, more powerful electronic devices.