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    Brunei student shines in tech competition

    James Kon

    Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA) student Aunizafirah Batrisyia binti Agus Zamri did the country proud by becoming a winner of Huawei Asia Pacific Seeds for the Future Tech4Good Competition.

    She was part of team N-ABLE comprising Iona Dominique from Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia; Somphors Yun from Kirirom Institute of Technology, Cambodia; Ngoc Anh Nguyen from Foreign Trade University, Vietnam; and Yun Yi Ong from Heriot-Watt University, Malaysia.

    Team Huat Sale from Singapore was declared joint winner after both teams tied for the first spot.

    The winners were named during a ceremony for Seeds for the Future Tech4Good Accelerator Camp in Singapore recently.

    The two winning teams will be heading to the Huawei Seeds for the Future Tech4Good Global Competition in January next year.

    Aunizafirah Batrisyia said N-ABLE project is a job search platform designed with inclusivity on mind. It aims to assist people with different abilities to secure a job. It includes bootcamp training and job matchmaking.

    She conveyed her gratitude to Huawei for organising the corporate social responsibility programme for youth and providing inspirational mentors to guide the contestants throughout the competition.

    Asia-Pacific Seeds for the Future 2022 was organised in collaboration with the ASEAN Foundation and Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), which is participated by 120 students from 16 Asia-Pacific countries.

    Aunizafirah Batrisyia binti Agus Zamri with team N-ABLE. PHOTO: JAMES KON
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