Researchers in Singapore claim to have set a new record for the power conversion efficiency of perovskite/organic tandem solar cells, paving the way for flexible, lightweight, low cost and ultra-thin PV cells.
The institute has launched a new training programme in AI that exposes students to skillsets in computer vision, pattern recognition and data analytics that prepare them for a wide range of tech jobs.
To enhance the digital security of Singaporeans, the country has taken steps to address the risk of cyberattacks such as adopting a “zero-trust” posture and developing actionable cybersecurity toolkits.
To deal with recent scams, MAS and ABS have introduced stringent measures, such as removing clickable links in emails or SMSes sent to retail customers and putting a threshold for funds transfer transaction notifications.
People have been encouraged to switch to e-payment for contactless transactions, such as replacing physical hongbaos (red envelope) with e-hongbaos for sustainability.
The Programme helps Singaporeans secure jobs in this Agri-tech sector which offers diverse career opportunities by six months of structured class training.
Sascha provides insights on modernising citizen services during a culture shift to remote work and discusses how to maintain cyber resilience with a zero-trust model.
SIT has developed an innovative approach for remote learning to build community through tech such as a gamified platform and ‘high touch’ using analytics from e-learning platforms that can help spot students who struggle.
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