The digital industries just posted tremendous growth. It shouldn’t be much of a surprise that New Zealand is set to boost the country’s overall digital adoption in this year’s budget.
One of Taiwan’s oldest universities has just launched a new tech centre. While there are many innovations focused there, a key initiative involves artificial intelligence for self-driving cars.
If there’s one technology that has a massive influence on the overall economy of China, then the country’s Beidou satellite navigation system would highly likely sit atop that list.
Uniting against a common enemy can be extremely useful; the private and public sectors of the Philippines are forming alliances to minimise the destructive nature of cybercrimes.
Digital initiatives can bridge the gap in the demand for products from one geographical to another location which is why the Philippines has launched the OneStoreHub for local entrepreneurs.
Achievements mark how far technology can go; a Taiwan-backed space project just took a picture of a black hole trillions of miles away revealing how stunning tech has become.
As cybercrimes rise in the country, the Philippine Central Bank has stepped up enterprise protection and now requires all financial institutions – big or small – to deploy cyberfraud monitoring systems.
Indigenous people living in remote areas are at a tremendous disadvantage when it comes to storing food so a university-led team looks to bridge that gap using technology.
Climate change can be disastrous for humanity warns a New Zealand industry body and encourages making the most of Artificial Intelligence to win the struggle.
China’s recent approval of the permits for self-driving taxis is an indication of how far remote and automated tech has advanced in the nation.