In conjunction with the inaugural SupercomputingAsia 2018, SGInnovate, Nurture.AI and the National Supercomputing Centre are presenting a dedicated conference track on AI High-Performance Computing (HPC) for start-ups, in partnership with GIC, with panel discussions on AI HPC in data science, fintech and biotech.
Organised by NVIDIA, SGInnovate and the National Supercomputing Centre, the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI) offers hands-on training for developers, data scientists, and researchers looking to solve the world’s most challenging problems with deep learning. DLI is excited to announce this one-day practical Deep Learning workshop at SupercomputingAsia 2018 (SCA18).
Join SGInnovate and Microsoft’s Corporate VP for AI Business, Steve Guggs, in an exclusive fireside chat on Microsoft’s latest developments in AI and how the company’s deep investments in the field are advancing the state of the art in machine intelligence and perception, enabling computers that understand what they see, communicate in natural language, answer complex questions and interact with their environment.
High-impact deep learning applications from machine translation to self-driving cars are transforming the global economy, and enterprises have begun to deploy deep learning to unlock new opportunities and achieve a competitive and strategic advantage. Join SGInnovate and IBM as we explore the vast potential of deep learning through this four-part series.
Artificial intelligence will be a key driver in the global precision medicine market, which according to Global Market Insights Inc. is expected to grow to USD 87.7 billion by 2023. Brendan Frey, the CEO of Deep Genomics, was quoted in the MIT Technology Review, saying “For the first time in history, our ability to measure our biology, and even to act on it, has far surpassed our ability to understand it. The only technology we have for interpreting and acting on these vast amounts of data is AI. That’s going to completely change the future of medicine.” The result will be more targeted therapeutics and risk reduction models, leading to better clinical decision support across disease areas.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is enabling a data revolution that will transform business and government, creating new opportunities for growth and innovation. Early AI adopters across industries are uncovering new and significant breakthroughs based on deep information within data. AI is paving the way to solve highly complex medical challenges, advance scientific research, improve business agility, and better predict events and human behaviour.
The newly-founded Singapore Kaggle Machine Learning Group intends to bring together people with interest to improve their machine learning skills and build a portfolio of projects while tackling real world machine learning challenges. While most of the materials (Stack Overflow, Kaggle etc.) and courses (Coursera, Edx etc.) are available online, we believe in learning by sharing, networking, presenting and helping each other. We would like to organise gatherings where we discuss a challenge together or even form a team.
“We live in an era of self-driving cars, robotic vacuum cleaners, and ever more autonomous drones. That’s because innovation comes relatively quickly and cheaply nowadays” - Dmitry Grishin, Grishin Robotics.
The TensorFlow and Deep Learning group is the biggest Deep Learning group in Singapore and regularly holds events at Google and SGInnovate.
Disruptive Technology in Payments, Blockchain, Open APIs & Artificial Intelligence. Get insights from a powerful panel of industry influencers, gurus and key technology players in the payments innovation space – including game-changing startups, corporate banking leaders and regional business leaders across key financial services verticals.
Gain knowledge and insights from our panel of experienced leaders and managers in Web/Mobile/IoT Testing
AWS re:Invent is an annual global conference of the Amazon Web Services community held in Las Vegas. The last event of AWS re:Invent in 2017, we held 1000+ breakout sessions and attracted over 40,000 attendees.