We know running a startup isn’t for the faint of heart. Many aspects of entrepreneurship are, quite frankly, uncomfortable. Do too much and you might burn out. Move too slow and you might get left behind.
As technological disruption reshapes societies and economies the world over, industry leaders need to consider how technology can be harnessed for the public good, instead of just for a fortunate few.
Not even the tech giants are immune to being hacked, said industry experts at a SGInnovate panel that discussed how security can be beefed up in cyberspace.
New AI approaches that require less data and computational power are changing the game for tech giants and startups alike, said speakers at the INSEAD Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Festival.
It’s not all fun and games with virtual reality—Singapore startup VRcollab is shaking up the construction industry with its VR approach to building design and review.
With virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies blurring the seams between reality and fantasy, everyone from startups to academia and even NASA wants a slice of the action.