To better include women in the workforce, and address the shortage of talent in the cybersecurity industry, Singapore is encouraging more women to work in the field given the increasing number of cyber threats.
Indonesia is looking to deploy adoption of digital technology in elections by studying other countries that have implemented an e-vote system or internet voting fairly and securely.
Singapore and Israel will deepen their cooperation in emerging areas such as digitalisation and AI by signing an MoU.
To assist persons with mobility issues, researchers developed an exoskeleton robot that uses AI that allows the skeleton to accurately predict the user’s intentions.
Project Dunbar developed two prototypes for a shared platform that could enable international settlements using digital currencies issued by multiple central banks.
Effective, well-governed cloud migration will strengthen foundational cloud capabilities and enable agencies to rapidly deliver the service improvements that have the highest impact on mission success.
To develop a more sustainable economy, Indonesia identifies each region’s digital competitiveness by prioritising equitable digital access, digital literacy and cross-border flow of data traffic.
To advance frontiers of research and education in all fields of science and engineering, NSF establishes Technology, Innovation and Partnerships that aim to accelerate discovery and innovation to rapidly bring new technologies to market.
To develop tangible outcomes in sectors, such as smart transport, smart cities, and agri-food technologies, Singapore and France signed Digital and Green Partnership.
Analysing the amounts and composition of litter, combined with information on location, data are giving cities insights for better intervention and messaging strategies.