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Tsinghua University Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Innovating Education & Building New Skills for Digital Economy

Jerry Chong
November 02, 2021

Tsinghua University Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Innovating Education & Building New Skills for Digital Economy

Tsinghua University Certificate Program "Innovation & Entrepreneurship - Innovating Education & Building New Skills for Digital Economy" is held virtually on 11th October 2021 to 8th November 2021 in collaboration with Service Research & Innovation Institute (SRII) based in Silicon Valley, United States.

I'm Team Co-Leader for Group 9 E Government Team, as one of the presenters to share our topic "Transformation of Traditional Government to E-Government for Citizen Experience (Challenges, Solution & Future)" during the program.

Jerry Chong

November 02, 2021
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  1. E-Government
    Online Certificate Program on
    “Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    for Digital Economy.”
    Transformation of Traditional Government to
    E-Government for Citizen Experience
    (Challenges, Solution & Future)

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    Group 9 Team Member
    Salman Dilshad Qureshi
    TEAM LEADER
    Affiliation: SCOLAR Network
    Level: Masters
    Major: Economics & Finance
    University: University of Karachi
    Jerry Chong
    TEAM CO-LEADER
    Affiliation: Tsinghua University
    Level: Masters
    Major: Engineering Management,
    University: Tsinghua University
    Olano Teah Bloh
    TECH TEAM LEAD
    Affiliation: TIT-Urneeds
    Level: Masters
    Major: Computer Science and
    Technology,
    University: Hohai University
    Wang Yiming
    SOCIAL SCIENCE TEAM LEAD
    Affiliation: Tsinghua University
    Level: PhD
    Major: Sociology
    University: Tsinghua University
    Loic Armel
    Affiliation: Wuchang University
    Level: Bachelor
    Major: Civil Engineering
    University: Wuchang University
    of Technology
    Muhammad Akram
    Affiliation: Tsinghua University
    Level: Masters
    Major: Hydraulics Engineering
    University: Tsinghua University
    Nazmul Arefin
    Affiliation: SWUST
    Level: Bachelor.
    Major: Computer Science and Technology
    University: Southwest University of
    Science and Technology
    Yong Jun Jie
    Affiliation: Singapore Management
    University
    Level: Masters
    Major: Information Systems
    University: Singapore Management
    University
    Jin Wei
    Affiliation: Tsinghua University
    Level: Masters
    Major: Public Administration
    University: Tsinghua University

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    No Name Contribution Topics
    01 Salman Dilshad Qureshi (Leader)
    Digital Identification, Digital Currency, Journey to Citizen Experience,
    Digital Economy, Role of Government for Transition towards
    E-Government
    02 Jerry Chong (Co-Leader) IoT, 5G, Digital Health, Digital Economy
    03 Yong Jun Jie Cyber Security, Cloud, Digital Commerce
    04 Jin Wei Smart Government, Digital Identification, Smart Citizen
    05 Wang Yiming Why E-Government?, Smart Education. Governance Theory
    06 Loic Armel
    Smart Urban Infrastructure, Smart Transportation System, Smart
    Agriculture, Smart Industries
    07 Nazmul Arefin Artificial Intelligence, Digital Health, Big Data, Presentation Design
    08 Mohammad Akram
    Smart Urban Infrastructure, Smart Transportation System, Smart
    Agriculture, Smart Industries
    09 Olano Teah Bloh Mobile Technology, Smart Government, Smart City, Digital Commerce
    Group Member Contributions

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    Why E-Government?
    ● E-government refers to the effective use of modern information and communication technology by the government to
    provide automated information and other services to government agencies, enterprises, social organizations and
    citizens through various information service facilities.

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    Why E-Government?
    • Cases and Experience from Developed Countries with E-Government
    COUNTRY CHARACTERISTIC
    USA 1. A sound legislative system.
    2. Efficient management system
    3. Reasonable implementation strategy
    4. Scientific evaluation system
    JAPAN 1. Quadrupole Internet
    2. Five infrastructure projects
    1. Government agencies (central and local)
    2. Interconnection of integrated administrative
    Internet
    3. Online application and issuing procedures
    4. Basic operation of regional intelligence information
    5. Construction of Internet system for household
    registration management
    3. The importance of safety

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    Internet of Things (IoT) & 5G
    ● IoT is a concept of connecting any device to the Internet and to other connected devices.
    ● 5G deliver higher multi-Gbps peak data speeds, ultra low latency, more reliability, massive network capacity and
    increased availability.
    ● Both IoT & 5G provides uniform and better user experience to more citizens and e-government services.

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    Cyber Security

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    Artificial Intelligence
    The intelligence demonstrated by machines is known as Artificial Intelligence. AI can be used to assist members of the
    public to interact with government and access government services

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    Big Data
    Big data is a combination of structured, semi structured and unstructured data collected by organizations that can be
    mined for information and used in machine learning projects, predictive modeling and other advanced analytics
    applications.

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    Digital Identification

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    Digital Identification

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    Digital Health
    Governance for digital health can be defined as the exercise of political, administrative, and technical authority to
    manage everything associated with the health information system, in all areas of a national health system.

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    Smart Education
    Smart education is the process of comprehensively and deeply using modern information technology to promote
    educational reform and development in the field of education (educational management, educational teaching and
    educational research)

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    Digital Currency

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    Digital Currency

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    Urban Infrastructure
    Accessibility of citizens to basic necessities of life

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    Smart Cities
    1. Smart Cities can use e-government platforms to ensure that their institutions are increasingly inclusive, effective,
    accountable and transparent. Cities can also look to social media to engage citizens in participatory
    decision-making
    2. In 2003, just 45 countries had a one-step gateway for citizens to access information, and only 33 countries provided
    online transactions. In 2016, we see that at least 90 countries now provide access to some kind of e-government
    platform.

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    Smart Citizen
    ● Use online communities to rebuild
    neighborhood relations and enhance citizens'
    awareness and activity.
    ● Improve problems of insufficient data opening
    and sharing.
    ● Give full play to the enthusiasm of enterprises
    and realize technological model innovation.

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    Digital Economy

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    1 - Smart Transportation
    Smart Transportation, a key of internet of things (IoT) vertical application, refers to the integrated application of
    modern technology and management strategies into transportation systems. It is all about the ability for technology to
    help make transportation safer and more efficient. The overarching goal of smart transportation initiatives is to
    provide public value and improve the quality of life for citizens in our communities. Also it can provide better
    management, safety, efficiency, security, environmental considerations and supply chain resiliency which are benefits
    that the general public, local governments, and the world at large can enjoy.
    2 - Smart Industry
    Smart Industry (manufacturing) is defined as the fully-integrated, collaborative manufacturing systems that respond
    in real time to meet changing demands and conditions in the smart factory, the supply network, and customer needs.
    Smart industry is a synonym for Industry 4.0 or industrial transformation in the fourth industrial revolution within
    which smart manufacturing de facto fits. Also Industry, the manufacturing business, manufacturing companies and
    manufacturing processes are in full transformation.
    Smart Transportation, Smart Industry, Smart Agriculture

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    These are four focus areas that Government have to identify as vital
    to the industrial sector’s ability to transform for good quality of the
    products:
    Industrial 4.0, Sustainable production, Industrial skills,
    Test bed
    3 - Smart Agriculture
    Smart agriculture, defined as agricultural practices that
    sustainably improve production, resilience of production systems,
    and reduce greenhouse gas emissions is required to overcome
    climate extremes and variability. The term smart agriculture also
    refers to the usage of technologies like Internet of Things,
    sensors, location systems, robots and artificial intelligence on
    your farm. The ultimate goal is increasing the quality and quantity
    of the crops while optimizing the human labor used.

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    It is important to remember that, unlike many private sector
    businesses which are pushing customers towards using
    electronic channels, governments have to be more inclusive and
    offer a choice of channels so that sub-groups of the population
    without access to electronic media are not disadvantaged.
    Despite these ongoing challenges, mobile technologies offer huge
    potential to represent mainstream government/citizen
    interaction. E-Government has done the groundwork for
    traditional Governance systems in terms of the fundamental
    taxonomies of information, modes of effective online
    presentation, and content production and management.
    Importance of Mobile Technology in E-Government

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    Roadmap for E-Government

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    Journey to Citizen Experience

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    Open Government

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  26. ▸ Bertrand, A. and McQueen, J., 2021. [online] Available at:

    [Accessed 28 October 2021].
    ▸ The ASEAN Post. 2021. The potential of the Internet of Things for ASEAN. [online] Available at:
    [Accessed 28 October 2021].
    ▸ Digi.com. 2021. What Is 5G Network Architecture?. [online] Available at:
    [Accessed 28 October 2021].
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    Reference

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    Thank you!
    Any questions?

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