Singapore Institute of Technology has partnered on a programme that emphasises the significance of developing and sustaining a future-ready talent pipeline in Singapore to serve the global semiconductor industry.
GLOW Aspirasi programme for 2022 is an initiative to continue supporting Malaysians to become competitive on a global platform and will train, coach and mentor 4,000 Malaysians into becoming digital freelancers.
Indonesia aims to upgrade the digital learning content and strengthen digital skills among students and teachers through fostering partnerships across public and private sectors and with young people directly.
The MoU aims to integrate the strengths of the academy and industry, cultivate more I&T talent and drive the application of the results of PolyU’s research to facilitate the knowledge transfer and industrialisation.
HKUST will launch the world’s first physical-digital twin campuses in the metaverse, in a bid to enter the next digital era to enhance teaching and learning experiences for its two campuses in Hong Kong and Guangzhou.
The MoU will drive data mining, data analysis and data analytics training among academicians and students as well as collaboration in the areas of statistics research and knowledge exchange, information supply and more.
IIT-Madras and an IT solutions provider aim to democratise access to education in quantum computing. They will develop and attract talent by offering a limited number of high-value scholarships to students who excel in research.
HKU announced that it received two donations to support the establishment of Tech Landmark which will host 12 new institutes with state-of-the-art infrastructure, dedicated to strategic research, with a focus on interdisciplinary studies.
Singapore OpenGov Leadership Forum 2018
OpenGov Conference – A Gathering of Top Minds in Digital Transformation.