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Arvind Mathur
Arvind Mathur

Chief Information & Digital Officer, Prudential Assurance Company Singapore

SGInnovate fosters engagements between vital elements in the Deep Technology ecosystem. This collectively helps tomorrow’s changemakers to pursue tangible collaboration today, through SGInnovate.
Richard Koh
Richard Koh

Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Singapore

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  • SGInnovate Singapore

    Advisory on Coronavirus Disease 2019

    Following the Singapore Government’s announcement on 7 Feb raising the DORSCON level of COVID-19 to Orange, and in consultation with our partners, SGInnovate has been suspending our physical events and large workshops until further notice. In the meantime, we are introducing online events and virtual initiatives to continue sustaining ecosystem engagements and discussions on Deep Tech.

    We are confident that all will be well, and will keep you posted as soon as it is deemed safe to resume hosting our physical events and workshops.

  • Deep Learning Jumpstart

    Deep Learning Jumpstart Workshop

    The Jumpstart Workshop is the first module of the Deep Learning Developer Series, a prerequisite to the advanced Deep Learning modules. It goes through both the overall concepts and techniques for not only understanding but building a variety of Deep Learning models for tabular data, image data, audio data and text data.

    Topics: Artificial Intelligence / Deep Learning / Machine Learning / Robotics

  • From Lab to Market: Journey of an Entrepreneurial Scientist

    From Lab to Market: Journey of an Entrepreneurial Scientist [Online Event]

    The Entrepreneurial Scientist brings research out of the lab to start a business. The challenges come hard and fast – market and early adopter identification; user needs specification; product development; pilots or trials; go-to-market preparations; funding; critical hiring at the initial phase, etc.

    Topics: MedTech / HealthTech / BioTech, Investments, Startups, Quantum Technologies

  • Innovations in Quantum Information Technologie

    Innovations in Quantum Information Technologies

    The worldwide effort for the development of Quantum Technology has accelerated. However, there are still many challenges to developing Quantum Information Technology for implementation in a real-world environment and as a solution to real problems.  

    Topics: Quantum Technologies

  • Future of Food: Closing the Loop

    Future of Food: Closing the Loop [Online Event]

    In the context of Singapore’s 30 by 30 ambition to produce more food locally, much more resources such as energy, water and nutrients will be needed. In the same vein, in the Netherlands, the aim is to have a carbon neutral agricultural system by 2050, with a reduction and maximally efficient use of raw materials. Both countries will have to innovate and use new technologies to minimise the use of resources and nutrients.

    Topics: FoodTech

  • Artificial Intelligence and Digital Innovation in Eye: Insights from Google AI and Eye Experts

    Discover from experts as they discuss Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in ophthalmology, and how these technologies can be brought from bench to bedside. 

    Topics: Others

  • Technology That Matters: What Will Drive Computer Performance After Moore’s Law

    Technology That Matters: What Will Drive Computer Performance After Moore’s Law

    Our lives have suddenly been forced into the core of the digital world this year. We are still able to work and socialise globally because of the advancement in technology. Despite the situation we are in today, scientists will continue to advance the technology to aid the human race.

    Topics: Artificial Intelligence / Deep Learning / Machine Learning / Robotics

  • Principles and Engineering of Secure Solutions

    Principles and Engineering of Secure Solutions

    Designed for anyone who has little or no prior knowledge in Cybersecurity, this course will equip you and your organisation with defence mechanisms to mitigate the risks of cyber vulnerability; allowing you to react to present and future Cybersecurity challenges.

    Topics: Cybersecurity

  • The Future of Patient Care in a Digital World

    The Future of Patient Care in a Digital World [Online Event]

    If this global pandemic has taught us anything, it is that digital healthcare solutions are increasingly becoming a mainstream offering. Key services like telehealth, clinical decision support and digital access to personal medical records, are just some examples that healthcare is moving away from being a predominantly encounter-based (and physical) care model.

    Topics: MedTech / HealthTech / BioTech

  • Sustainable Bio-Manufacturing in APAC: From Chemicals to Materials

    Sustainable Bio-Manufacturing in APAC: From Chemicals to Materials

    Synthetic biology is the principle of synthesising DNAs and designing genetic circuitry to enhance or repurpose cellular functions. In recent years, advancements in this field of science have expanded the capabilities of microbial fermentation to beyond just brewing and food processing. Through microbial and mammalian cell engineering, bio-manufacturing has been repurposed for a wide variety of end products from fragrance to pharmaceuticals.

    Topics: MedTech / HealthTech / BioTech, Others

  • Building Our Food Resilience with Science and Deep Tech

    Building Our Food Resilience with Science and Deep Tech [Online Event]

    The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted global food supply chains and serves as a stark reminder of the importance of food security. Singapore imports over 90% of our food need from over 170 countries, and we are vulnerable to shifts in the global supply chain. The nation’s “30 by 30” goal – to produce 30% of its nutritional needs by 2030 – aims to strengthen our food resilience by developing urban agriculture and aquaculture, and pushing innovations in food science and technology. To ensure the sustainability of our food system, food consumption and waste management are also key pieces in building a circular food economy.

    Topics: FoodTech

  • Innovation in Air Traffic Management

    Innovation in Air Traffic Management [Online Event]

    The role of Air Traffic Management (ATM) is not to be undermined in the aviation industry. The ability to regulate the flow of aircraft as efficiently as possible often means a reduction of operation costs and ensuring the safety of the air crew and passengers or cargo.

    Topics: Others

  • AI in Education: The Present and the Future

    AI in Education: The Present and the Future [Online Event]

    In the words of Nelson Mandela, "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." With the mark of COVID-19, e-learning has been taken to new heights where teachers and students are fast adapting to new technologies and teaching methods.

    Topics: Others

  • More Innovations in Quantum Information Technologies

    More Innovations in Quantum Information Technologies

    The worldwide effort for the development of Quantum Technology has accelerated. However, there are still many challenges to developing Quantum Information Technology for implementation in a real-world environment and as a solution to real problems.  

    Topics: Quantum Technologies

  • Impact of the Pandemic: Emerging Talent Trends and Strategies in Startup Ecosystem

    Impact of the Pandemic: Emerging Talent Trends and Strategies in Startup Ecosystem [Online Event]

    In the wake of the pandemic, companies all over the world are revisiting their talent management strategies. It is even more critical for the startup ecosystem, which is always looking to optimise costs while creating substantial value. This session is designed to give insights into the talent and rewards trends that have emerged in the past few months – shedding light on both global and regional perspectives on managing talent creatively. Experts from AON and seasoned HR practitioners will also share their real-life experiences and reflections on how startups are looking to reshape their plans and goals, to build organisational resilience and drive value. 

    Topics: Startups, Talent

  • The Future of Food: Printed Meals [Online Event]

    The Future of Food: Printed Meals [Online Event]

    As the global need to innovate and to sustainably feed our planet becomes an imperative, science and technology will be essential in helping to solve this global food challenge. And one of these solutions could be with 3D printing technology, which is not new, though it is usually associated with creating materials to build cars, planes and houses. But after Russian cosmonauts printed meat in space in October — showing how useful the applications of 3D printing can be — food printing has gained traction.

    Topics: FoodTech

  • Technology That Matters: Strategies to Precisely Control Synaptic Weights for Neuromorphic Computing Arrays

    Our lives have suddenly been forced into the core of the digital world this year. We are still able to work and socialise globally because of the advancement in technology. Despite the situation we are in today, scientists will continue to advance the technology to aid the human race.

    Topics: Artificial Intelligence / Deep Learning / Machine Learning / Robotics

  • Principles of Information Security Controls

    Principles of Information Security Controls

    Throughout this online workshop, you will be able to identify key security risks and problems posed by new technologies and business practices, and define security specifications of system components, that address security objectives and functional requirements.

    Topics: Cybersecurity

  • Technology That Matters: Wrapping Food in Silk To Extend Shelf Life

    Technology That Matters: Wrapping Food in Silk To Extend Shelf Life

    Our lives have suddenly been forced into the core of the digital world this year. We are still able to work and socialise globally because of the advancement in technology. Despite the situation we are in today, scientists will continue to advance the technology to aid the human race.

    Topics: MedTech / HealthTech / BioTech, FoodTech

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