AI Singapore, the national programme for AI innovation and adoption, and Singapore’s Digital and Intelligence Service recently signed a significant MoU to collaborate on AI capabilities for digital defence strategies.
University of Newcastle leads global collaboration in green hydrogen innovation, with expertise in research, industry partnerships, and education programs driving sustainable energy advancements.
Currently, New Zealand has implemented a Myrtle Rust detection system capable of identifying early signs of the disease, which can ultimately result in the demise of the affected trees.
The collaboration between DOST-ASTI, National University, and Bicol University aims to promote inclusive and multilingual AI solutions, breaking language barriers and fostering accessibility in the Philippines.
A global electronics manufacturer has expanded into Kulim, Malaysia, with a new facility serving diverse industries, strengthening the supply chain ecosystem, and creating job opportunities for the local workforce.
Science holds a significant role in making the world better by fostering knowledge through extensive research, ultimately leading to groundbreaking discoveries that contribute to a better global future.
Chengdu Supercomputing Center leads the way in China’s data centre landscape transformation, adopting advanced energy-saving technology and achieving national recognition as a green data centre.
The Indonesian government has shown a strong dedication to creating a secure cyber environment and addressing cyber threats through various initiatives, programmes and policies.
Taiwan takes proactive steps to promote industry upgrading and transformation in the post-epidemic era, focusing on digital innovation, resilience, and international competitiveness.
Thailand recognises the significance of information security and personal data protection and is promoting a safe and efficient work environment under the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA).