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The office of the United Nations secretary-general's envoy on technology and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) have announced a new set of UN targets for universal and meaningful digital connectivity to be achieved by 2030.

Read more: ITU and UN Tech Envoy chart path to universal meaningful connectivity

Singapore’s Institute of Technical Education (ITE) and Nvidia have entered a three-year partnership to collaborate in enhancing AI training for ITE students, through a jointly developed AI workforce readiness programme.  

Read more: Singapore education institution and Nvidia launch AI training for students

The GSMA, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation and Deutsche Telekom have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish a 5G Innovation Accelerator.

Read more: GSMA, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, and Deutsche Telekom collaborate on 5G...

 At the MWC2022 in Barcelona, Huawei releases their GUIDE business blueprint and innovative solutions focusing on digitalization and carbon neutrality for the future of ICT. The global leading provider of ICT infrastructure and smart devices vows at the online media roundtable to empower the green and sustainable future of digital economy in the Asia Pacific region.

Read more: Huawei unveils digital solutions to empower APAC green development at MWC2022

Sitting in front of his computer in Manila, Philippines, Dominic Lumabi fights small fantasy creatures in a video game. But it's not all fun and games: he's earning crypto-currencies to support his pandemic-impoverished family. Axie Infinity is a blockchain-based game that allows you to win money in the form of NFTs, digital tokens stored on blockchains, a decentralized digital ledger that cannot be changed. Created in 2018 by Sky Mavis, a firm based in Vietnam, the game exploded in developing countries when Covid-19 destroyed jobs and forced many people to stay home.

Read more: Bargain or scam? Families in the Philippines are relying on NFT game earnings

Singapore and the United Kingdom (UK) are pleased to announce the signing of three Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) in the areas of digital trade facilitation, digital identities and cyber security between the governments of Singapore and the UK. Singapore’s minister for communications and information and minister-in-charge of smart nation and cybersecurity Mrs Josephine Teo and UK’s secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport Nadine Dorries signed the MOUs at the side-lines of the Future Tech Forum in London organised by the UK. 

Read more: Singapore, UK sign MOUs on digital trade, digital identities and cybersecurity

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