Over the past few decades, we have witnessed the rise of the entrepreneurial scientist, who develops technologies based on novel scientific discoveries. However, we do not know enough about what makes entrepreneurial scientists in Singapore tick. Seeking to fill that knowledge gap, an SGInnovate Insights report, Deep Tech Daredevils: The Rise of Entrepreneurial Scientists in Singapore, has been produced. Our event on the same topic will examine the characteristics of these entrepreneurial scientists, their motivations, and their unique paths to entrepreneurship, including the specific opportunities and challenges they see in Singapore today.
In today’s technology-driven world, innovation is rapidly changing how we do and think about work. This means that technology and innovation will lead the workforce of the future and we need to ensure that we understand the ecosystem in order to create a cohesive and inclusive plan for economic success.
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 capital and venture capital firms. The focus for this Morning Pitch on 19 July 2019 is on Artificial Intelligence.
Australia and Singapore have a shared vision that cybersecurity is an enabler which supports innovation, economic growth and social development. Both countries have stepped up efforts to forge strong international partnerships, including the 2017 MoU to enhance cybersecurity cooperation and the 2018 ASEAN-Australia Cyber Policy Dialogue for greater policy exchange and capacity building. In June 2019, Singapore PM Lee and Australian PM Scott Morrison reaffirmed cybersecurity as one of the key areas for deepening collaborations.
After a century confined to the laboratory, the quantum realm is turning its theoretical promise into practical opportunities. Industries and nation states are investing heavily into research and development to better harness the power of frontier technologies, particularly AI and quantum technologies.
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) are often used in problem-solving. Hence, business users, product managers and consultants need to acquire working knowledge of these techniques in order to be more effective in interacting with specialised data scientists.
Arise is SGInnovate’s deep tech event at Innovfest Unbound 2019. The award-winning Innovfest Unbound is the anchor event of Smart Nation Innovations, a week-long series of events that showcase Asia’s most innovative developments.
Topics: Artificial Intelligence / Deep Learning / Machine Learning / Robotics, Blockchain, MedTech / HealthTech / BioTech, Data Science / Data Analytics, Quantum Technologies, Startups, Talent, Investments
Join us to understand more about the basics and essential details on emerging areas like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. This event is for product managers and aspiring product managers to help remove ambiguity and explain ways to solve existential business problems.
Companies are always looking out for practical applications for new technologies. Intelligent Automation is the new topic of interest for business leaders across industries who are looking to combine cognitive capabilities with robotic process technologies to create a “living” system that goes beyond mundane and repetitive tasks.
The Cambrian explosion of AI in recent years requires novel and more inclusive approaches to its development. A decentralised marketplace that merges blockchain and AI to democratise AI will help shape the development of the industry.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is driving digital transformation and has vast potential in integrating into society. For example, collaborative robots can help nursing staff in their care work, proving to be a key contribution to the healthcare sector. On the other hand, robots can also help with heavy work in factories.
Given its tremendous economic potential (AI investment should enable Singapore to double the size of its economy in 13 years, instead of 22), countries and companies are betting big on AI innovation globally. In this landscape, it is important for governments and corporations to build governance mechanisms needed to maximise AI's potential and manage its risks.