NUS & Cisco ra mắt Phòng thí nghiệm trị giá 54 triệu đô la Singapore

Thứ hai, 08/11/2021, 16:30 GMT+7

Global technology leader Cisco and National University of Singapore (NUS) today launched a Corporate Laboratory to boost innovation and research in key technology areas. Established with an investment of S$54 million over five years, the Cisco-NUS Accelerated Digital Economy Corporate Laboratory is supported by National Research Foundation, Singapore (NRF Singapore).

Minister for Trade and Industry Mr Gan Kim Yong (centre) launched the Cisco-NUS Accelerated Digital Economy Corporate Laboratory on 5 November 2021. He was accompanied by NUS President Professor Tan Eng Chye (right) and Mr Andy Lee, Managing Director, Singapore and Brunei, Cisco (left).

Minister for Trade and Industry Mr Gan Kim Yong graced the launch ceremony, which was held at NUS earlier today, as the Guest-of-Honour.

Based in the NUS Kent Ridge campus, the Corporate Lab will bring together talent from NUS and Cisco to focus on five strategic research areas, with the aim to boost Singapore’s knowledge-based innovation-driven digital economy. The focus areas are:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI): Exploring usage of technologies like machine learning to transform and scale customer service operations of large businesses
  • Healthcare: Developing an enabling network and intelligent infrastructure for healthcare in hospitals and at home
  • Cybersecurity: Strengthening Critical Information Infrastructure through research into advanced, network-centric cyber threat detection
  • Urban Infrastructure: Developing architectures and solutions to support design and operation of urban infrastructure and smart industries
  • Future Workforce and Productivity: Driving productivity by understanding who needs to learn, how they learn, and how to generate skills and competencies needed for a future-ready workforce

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