U.S. researchers created the VR RPG “On the Plane” to highlight group/out-group biases and errors by putting players into different roles and building a better social understanding.
Naval Air Warfare Systems developed the 3D simulation to help sailors’ mission readiness in addressing various simulated operation phases.
To better understand the development of thunderstorms in southeastern Texas, the U.S. Office of Science is utilising artificial intelligence and an unsupervised machine learning approach.
Private and public sectors have deployed AI in several applications to enhance governance and ease of living – apps that turn voice into text and supervise drivers, a camera that recognises people under protective masks, and a multi-cognitive AI platform.
President Joko Widodo asks the local government to apply an e-government system (SPBE) and utilise AI to handle stunting cases as a similar effort has successfully reduced the issues in the Sumedang regency.
The Faculty of Global Business & Digital Economics Faculty of Economics and Management signed an MoU with a Malaysian tech company to provide a platform for learning about robotic technologies, particularly RPA.
The U.S. government involved minority researchers as a critical part of moving forward with responsible and ethical AI research.
The enormous investment and development of the robot industries have boosted China into the world’s top five most automated manufacturing countries after South Korea, Singapore, Japan, and Germany.
The country’s average score reached 53.96, up from 51.82 in 2021, surpassing the global average of 44.61, and will go a long way in helping the country achieve its ambitions of being a Smart Nation and regional hub.
Two tech companies under Hong Kong’s Smart Government Innovation Lab have rolled out solutions; one is a secure file-sharing and collaboration platform and the other is a Virtual Tour Production Service.