Australia outlined the draft Digital ID legislation and the establishment of an AI taskforce, emphasising security, convenience, and inclusivity in digital identity while ensuring responsible AI usage in government agencies.
The Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation spearheads a biotech and technology initiative in Paris, showcasing Hong Kong’s global potential in driving biotech innovation and fostering cross-border collaboration with France.
HKPC receives accolades for innovative applications of smart manufacturing and robotics technology, including “Smart Pack@TCM” and “IoT Smart Toilet Cleaning System,” in alignment with the national blueprint, transforming traditional industries and property management.
HKMA has launched the Green Fintech Competition to drive innovation in sustainable banking. Focusing on four key themes, it invites global fintech firms to develop solutions for climate resilience and offers a platform for industry collaboration.
The NSW government is teaming up with universities and businesses to develop an Innovation Blueprint, aiming to rejuvenate the state’s innovation sector, tackle R&D decline, and attract investments for economic prosperity.
SmartSat and the ACT Government’s AU$7 million investment in space research and development (R&D) projects strengthens the region’s reputation as a space technology hub while enhancing defence and national security interests.
Hong Kong and Egypt solidify their commitment to mutual growth through an MOU, enhancing investment promotion and tech collaboration. The agreement promotes innovation and cooperation between these two dynamic regions.
The Australian government is investing AU$3 million in the Local Capability Fund to support businesses in embracing technology, fostering competitiveness, and securing contracts from government and private sectors in 2023-2024.
A leading U.S. technology company is making a significant RM2 billion investment in Malaysia, bolstering the nation’s status as a technology and innovation hub and driving economic growth and job creation.
Murdoch University’s solar glass greenhouse, featuring cutting-edge transparent solar technology, has achieved a remarkable 40% energy offset, setting a new standard for sustainable agriculture and greenhouse innovation in Western Australia.