Academia-Govt-Industry launch Empower Malaysia to power supply chain automation with AI
Operationalize US-M’sia Memorandum of Cooperation on semicon supply chain Industry-Academia link to upskill 30k Malaysians on supply chain automation
MRANTI pushes the innovation transition agenda forward
Aims to be THE agency to accelerate Malaysia’s technology commercialisation Conducive environment for impactful discourse, exchange of ideas, matching platform
What's next for universities in Malaysia?
International students will come if classes are 50% online, with use of campus facilities Government policies for the next 12 to 18 months will be critical for survival of sector
Digerati50: ‘Break things before they get broken’
Arguably the most successful academic turned entrepreneur in the country, Dr Abu Hassan Ismail likes to break things.
Singapore edtech startup Cialfo raises undisclosed pre-Series A
Singapore-based education technology startup Cialfo has raised an undisclosed amount in pre-Series A funding, in a round led by Singapore-based Govin Capital.
Brocade boost for KDU’s campus network
KDU University College has deployed a highly automated, flexible, and scalable network from Brocade at its new 10-acre campus in the Klang Valley suburb of Glenmarie.
Utar joins Cloudera big data academic programme
Cloudera has announced that Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) has joined the Cloudera Academic Partnership (CAP) programme, which will gives students access to curriculum, software and skills training on the Apache Hadoop platform.
Week in Review: D50 honesty and authenticity strike a chord
The honesty and authenticity coming out from ‘In the Trenches with DNA’s Digerati50’ panel sessions are proving to be a useful counterbalance to the too-bright a picture painted about entrepreneurship, writes Karamjit Singh.
The data scientist market: Some thoughts and tips
A Q&A with Max Song, William Chen, Carl Shan and Henry Wang, who have just published The Data Science Handbook.
What will higher education look like in 2020?
Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold presents some of the new styles of learning and how these tools are expected to change the face of universities and colleges by 2020.