Morning Pitch Singapore: September
Morning Pitch is a pitching platform hosted by Deloitte Tohmatsu Venture Support. This platform helps startups form business alliances and partnerships with large corporations, corporate venture capitals and venture capital firms.
Maritime Innovation: How Science and Technology Are Transforming the Industry
Join us with our speakers as they share more on innovative applications for the Maritime industry. Come to understand how the future of Maritime will be transformed while ensuring people's safety, decreasing incidents and accidents related to shipping, machinery, component and structure maintenance, fuel consumption, and efficiency.
Corporate Pitch Event: AgriFood
SGInnovate’s Corporate Pitch Event series brings together the community of corporates, CVCs and startups for thought leadership discussions, knowledge sharing and networking. Discover several up-and-coming startups leveraging frontier technology to address high priority industry themes such as Alternative Protein, Functional & Healthier Food, and Upcycling & Sustainability.
Humanising Transformation in a Hybrid Normal World
Everybody has a plan until they don't. We're approaching a global turning point, a hybrid disruption in which data is taking centre stage. Humanising this new world and ensuring tech is serving people instead of the other way around becomes pivotal in defining the next normal. This transformation we’re amidst will be more meaningful and universal than anything else in our lifetimes.
The Promise of Deep Tech: Sensors Data Quality in Smart Building
In this session, the panel will discuss the evolution and challenges of sensors in built environment and in generating good data quality. The panel will also explore innovation and R&D work to improve data quality for accurate and reliable data analysis, especially in smart building applications.
Industry: Built Environment (USS)
An Introduction to the Quantum Computing Ecosystem
Join us as our panellists share their unique insights into how emerging business models and technology offerings are substantially more interesting than the simplistic hardware-software duality. They will also discuss how specialists without a PhD in physics enrich the quantum community, bringing much-needed expertise across different fields.
Topics: Quantum Technologies
Debate: AI Should Be Regulated by Industry, Not Government
This debate will discuss whether AI should be regulated by industry or by government, covering perspectives on how regulation – broadly understood to include rules, standards, and supervised self-regulation – can and should balance reaping the benefits of AI against minimising avoidable harms. Getting this balance right is important not only to ensure that AI is trustworthy, but it will also deter