Asia Pacific ahead of the curve in using data, AI, analytics in healthcare: Philips report

Healthcare leaders throughout the Asia Pacific (Apac) region are looking to data and predictive technologies as the foundations of their future healthcare systems, the Philips Future Health Index (FHI) 2022 report revealed.The report outlined data and staffing challenges for healthcare in Apac, as the region’s ...

The Nation Reporter

Tech to offer better health outcomes

5G, artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT) and other emerging technologies are expected to reshape healthcare service in the years to come as access to better medical service becomes available, say industry players.These new technologies could help save lives, reduce medical personnel workloads ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Ministry of Public Health and Thai Health Promotion Foundation partner with Facebook

Ministry of Public Health and Thai Health Promotion Foundation partner with Facebook to launch ‘Chat Sure’ Messenger chatbot to answer all Covid-19 questions and keep Thais informed“Chat Sure” Messenger chatbot is accessible via Facebook Page: Social Marketing ThaiHealth by สสส to provide credible health information ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

The time is now ripe to boost AI development

The pursuit of artificial intelligence (AI) advantages has been getting more attention in the past few years, with a number of countries making efforts to accelerate AI investments, especially in terms of human resources and digital infrastructure. Among them, is China, where the government has ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Depa project to teach AI, drone use at select universities

The Digital Economy Promotion Agency (Depa) plans to roll out an artificial intelligence (AI) university project and drone academy next year, as part of the agency’s plan to drive digital skills and support the digital economy.The AI university project is meant to provide AI knowledge ...

Komsan Tortermvasana

New virus app a powerful tool

A new mobile app, Mor Chana, has been launched as a powerful tool to help people assess their coronavirus infection risk, assist health authorities in tracking users in close contact with infected people and prevent transmission among healthcare workers.The app is the result of collaboration ...

Suchit Leesa-Nguansuk

High-tech provides vital help in virus control

AI technology, big data and 5G are playing bigger roles in the nationwide novel coronavirus control to help identify cases and also develop vaccines and treatment. The examples of how high-tech is changing the development of the battle with the virus are fascinating.Keep reading ...

NEA to use AI and Big Data to boost exports

The New Economy Academy (NEA), an agency under the Commerce Ministry’s Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), says it will use AI and Big Data to promote SMEs and analyse the demand of foreign consumers based on their behaviours, trends and cultures.NEA director Nanthaphong Jiralertphong ...

The Nation Reporter

Thailand drafts ethics guidelines for AI

Thailand’s Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry has drafted the country’s first artificial intelligence (AI) ethics guidelines.The ministry worked with the Thailand branch of an American multinational technology company and Mahidol University on the guidelines. Thailand is the first country in Asia-Pacific where the tech ...

Disrupting Southeast Asia’s construction industry

Southeast Asia’s construction sector is looking at wide variations of growth in 2019, according to the latest International Construction Costs Report from Arcadis. The report found that the construction industries in the Philippines and Vietnam ranked third and fifth worldwide, respectively, for forecast annual real ...

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