Artificial Intelligence (AI) is on the rise, and very rapidly so. This technology for next-generation intelligence and decision making is permeating every industry and much of human activity. But while the hype is spreading quickly and affecting every industry, business leaders of the world would need to know, ‘Beyond the hype, what can AI do for my business and how can I go about doing so?’
Presented by SGInnovate and Ecosystm, this event will look at some of the trends that are going to shape the areas of AI, Cybersecurity, Cities of the Future and MedTech in 2020.
The advancements of technology have been incredibly fast-paced, and this makes it challenging to stay on top of all the latest trends. Up and coming technology is changing the way we interact with the world, and consequently, how businesses should effectively market to their audience. Discover from our panel what emerging trends in 2020 your company should look towards as we start the new year.
Digital transformation is a common buzzword in today's business world, from small startups to large corporates. However, do you have a proper understanding of what digital transformation could mean for your business, or where to begin when your company is ready to move forward?
The Science & Technology Diplomatic Circle (S&TDC) Singapore is an association of members from 40+ diplomatic missions and international organizations in Singapore. The S&TDC offers a platform to engage in activities, with leaders and officials representing government, academia, and private sector entities in Singapore. Most members have dealing with Science & Technology and - in a broader sense - with Education and Innovation. Our mission is to discover new bonds with Singapore and connect back to our countries.
AI and automation are transforming businesses across all sectors, from manufacturing to healthcare, climate change and more. As machines increasingly complement human labour in the workplace, we will all need to adjust to reap the benefits.
In line with the principles to promote Fairness, Ethics, Accountability and Transparency (FEAT) in the use of Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics (AIDA) in Singapore's financial sector, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), SGInnovate and EY are co-presenting an Expert Series where we bring together global thought leaders, financial institutions and AIDA experts to explore ways firms can recalibrate their current frameworks to realign with the FEAT principles in providing financial products and services.
With more organisations considering how AI can positively impact their business, we are seeing the spotlight being shone on one of the hottest jobs this century: The Data Scientist.
The global race for 5G mobile network is on. 5G is opening numerous opportunities and bringing disruption to industries from automotive to healthcare. With the adoption of 5G, there is a need to analyse its impact on the landscape of computing and data management.
In line with the principles to promote Fairness, Ethics, Accountability and Transparency (FEAT) in the use of Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics (AIDA) in Singapore's financial sector, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), SGInnovate and EY are co-presenting an Expert Series where we bring together global thought leaders, financial sector leaders and AIDA experts to explore ways firms can recalibrate their current frameworks to realign with the FEAT principles in providing financial products and services.
Companies are pushing big into artificial intelligence (AI). According to Deloitte’s State of AI in the Enterprise 2018 report, early adopters have been increasing their investments in sophisticated AI technologies, with 37% sharing that their companies have invested USD 5 million or more in AI and 82% seeing returns from their AI investments.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) represents the future of growth. Accenture research on the impact of AI in 12 developed economies shows that AI could double annual economic growth rates in 2035 and increase industry profitability by 38%, adding an estimate of US$14 trillion across 16 industries.