The Australian Federal Government has unveiled a set of regulatory principles to assist businesses to secure the supply chains of critical technologies which include artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing.
China and Japan held deep discussions on the prospects for bilateral cooperation in the digital society and Artificial Intelligence (AI) and reached a consensus on relevant issues at the 17th Beijing-Tokyo sub-forum.
The program supports the Kyrgyz government in promoting transparency and accountability through e-government and is implemented as part of a unique format of equitable cooperation between the Kyrgyz Republic and a consortium of EU member states - Estonia, Finland and Italy. The goal is to build the capacity of national authorities to manage and guide the development of e-government and to improve government transparency and accountability.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said that China attaches great importance to International Cooperation on the digital economy. He called on countries to discuss and develop international rules for digital governance and settle a non-discriminatory environment for digital development.
Three Trillion Vietnamese Dong (VND), equivalent to the US $131.54 million, was earmarked for accelerating the installation of internet facilities across the country. It also invested VND 500 billion in reducing online tuition fees for some student groups until the year-end.