MYEG, UM To Expand AI Research With China Under G2G Programme

MYEG and Universiti Malaya (UM) today (June 14) announced the expansion of their research collaboration with China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT) to include the development of AI technology under the existing intergovernmental research collaboration.

This expansion is a follow-on to a collaborative project initiated in February 2023 entitled “Research on Key Issues of China-Malaysia Transborder Blockchain Infrastructure and Pilot Applications”, which was selected as part of the intergovernmental collaboration between Malaysia and the People’s Republic of China in the field of Science, Technology and Innovation. 

The lead researcher at UM, Dr Saaidal Razalli Azzuhri, also highlighted the potential benefits of the expanded research initiative. “The incorporation of AI into our ongoing research work opens up a whole new realm of possibilities,” Dr Azzuhri said. “We expect that the synergistic combination of AI and blockchain technology will lead to breakthroughs that greatly enhance the efficiency and security of cross-border trade.”

The addition of AI to the scope of this tri-partite collaboration is timely and comes even as Zetrix continues to lead the way in the deployment of services that are at the intersection of blockchain and AI.

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