Pioneers in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are unearthing exciting opportunities for radical, disruptive and imaginative Deep Tech solutions to deliver unrivalled improvements in people’s lives. These opportunities represent milestones in the democratisation of good health, clean water, quality housing, to delivering on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Building upon ground-breaking, scalable science, experts in Deep Tech are reimagining the boundaries of social innovation. Pioneering entrepreneurs and scientists have partnered to use Artificial Intelligence to identify illegal logging, create affordable robots to improve access to complex surgeries and harness microbiome science to address water quality.
We are inviting visionary minds to be part of Deep Tech for Good, an SGInnovate initiative. This global initiative aims to gather experts in Science and Technology, entrepreneurship, academia, government and international affairs, to reimagine the boundaries of research-based innovation, catalyse collaborations among corporates, startups and governments, and advance Deep Tech developments for social and economic good.
The Deep Tech for Good partnership aims to:
2 July 2021
Join local key players and thought leaders as they discuss the role of research and development in strengthening areas in Singapore such as sustainable packaging, decarbonisation, waste upcycling, water treatment and urban farming.
6 July 2021
Join us in this conversation as we discuss the opportunities presented by science and technology for economic recovery and future resilience and how governments, corporates and academia can and should work together to advance science for resilience building.
27 July 2021
Join us at this session and hear from tech startups leveraging satellite monitoring, hyperspectral imaging and even acoustics to boost transparency, integrity and the quality of carbon credit, thereby increasing investor and buyer confidence in NbS.
29 July 2021
Take a bite of what our panellists have to share on how the food industry is transforming through embracing alternative proteins. Discover how tech startups are ideating to cater to the evolving preferences of the local consumer through ongoing R&D projects, support from government grants, and collaborations between traditional and emerging players.
As the pandemic unfolded, many countries raced to implement technologies to reduce the risk of COVID-19. Against this backdrop, SGInnovate partnered with Accredify, a local technology provider with a proven record of creating blockchain-based digital certificates, to develop the Digital Health Passport (DHP).
Protein is a dietary requirement because humans cannot synthesise all of the necessary amino acids needed for life; they must be taken from the diet. The search for alternatives to animal meats is critical to ensure that future generations will not suffer from nutritional deficiencies.
“This is the pathway which is particularly being developed at large scale now to try and decarbonise hydrogen production,” Dr Patrick Hartley, Leader, CSIRO Hydrogen Industry Mission, said in a panel at the Deep Tech Summit organised by SGInnovate last year.