OpenGov Asia Virtual Breakfast Insight discusses how Data Analytics and AI can help governments better serve its citizens and prepare for the future.
Governments have the task of predicting where will have the highest probability of virus spread in the city and how will they be equipped to do this.
Big Data Analytics and Machine Intelligence have been set up by the Selangor state government in Malaysia to assist its state Task Force for Covid-19.
The collaboration will enable new advances using AI and data analytics in the area of informed decision making and the development of goal-oriented autonomous systems.
A team of PolyU researchers has developed a novel tech for massive data management involving the use of peptides, which has been developed to optimise data storage for space exploration in China’s next-generation manned spacecraft in the new Long March-5B rocket.
This database can also be used to utilise the services of volunteers for enforcing social distancing at banks, ration shops, mandis and for providing help to elderly and orphanages.
Without becoming overly dependent on projections, leaders can use data and analytics to envision beyond the pandemic; scanning for opportunities and challenges to consider how they could address a post-crisis world.
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