The DOST launched nine new research and development projects on artificial intelligence (AI) covering applications in agriculture to the education sector.
The Mathplus apps are free-of-charge and can run on moderate system requirements in laptops, tablets or cellphones.
Nine student groups with mostly tech projects bagged research grants up to P800,000 each as the Department of Science and Technology announced its winners of the Young Innovators’ Program.
The DOST-Planades Settlement Model Training Module is online course for identifying suitable locations for urban expansion, predicting future demand for housing and its financial requirements, and planning for the spatial development of these emerging areas.
The government on Monday, February 24, launched the “Smarter Philippines Through R&D, Training and Adoption” (SPARTA) program, which aims to produce 30,000 data scientists via an online learning platform.
Deployed into the 600-km Sun-Synchronous Orbit on October 29, 2018, Diwata-2 is the country’s third satellite sent to space, following the 50-kg micro-satellite Diwata-1 (deployed to space April 27, 2016) and the 1-kg nano-satellite Maya-1 (deployed on June 29, 2018).
Internet access has become very important for tourists and one of the ripple effect of this is the need for more service providers, particularly in the country’s most popular tourist spots.
The “Transeek” is a homegrown app developed by technology students and instructors from the Caraga State University in Butuan City with assistance from the DOST’s Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD).