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.
Your built environment is going to be a lot smarter. Better still, you can have a part in forging that future. The once-complex sets of disparate data of your built environment sitting in siloes have been tamed and teased out for use through the AI-enabled platform, Digital Vault. The intersection of this AI-enabled platform, architecture and communities will unlock tremendous value for everyone from occupants to owners. (Yes, even pets.)
In this talk, get actionable insights about how businesses benefit and grow by creating personalised experiences for their customers using data and AI.
Our by-invitation AI Roundtable and Dinner: AI & the Future of Work on 19 September 2019 (Thursday) brings together senior industry leaders, academics and researchers, startup founders, and government agencies to exchange knowledge and discuss the important question of “how should we understand the impact of AI on work in five to ten years, to better anticipate changes on the economy, society, and education needs?”.
Building a prototype quantum computer has been perhaps one of the most exciting and controversial topics in quantum science and engineering in the last few years. Quantum computing, and quantum technologies in general, with their potential disruptive applications in a variety of disciplines, have forced countries, government agencies, and private institutions to invest heavily into this area anticipating the future developments.
This event brings together global thought leaders in various associated disciplines to discuss the implications of new startup technologies and business models to the supply chain and logistics industry. In particular, areas such as AI/Deep Tech, Digital Logistics, and Trade Finance will be discussed, as well as the increased importance of supply chain & logistics to businesses, and how startups can potentially contribute to this.
The TechXLR8 Asia Awards celebrate excellence in the APAC's tech & telco community, and offers an exceptional opportunity for top players to meet, showcase achievements, and be inspired.
With advancements in computing tools and the large amount of data collected, companies are relying on data science to make better business decisions. What if the algorithms and analytics that companies use to increase profit can be applied to improve social issues in healthcare and education, and to reap benefits for our society?
AI/ML is gaining momentum – from research to practice. Deep-Learning, which was mainly a domain of research and toy examples, is witnessing real-life use-cases. Second major trend is AutoML. AutoML has quickly expanded from a mere tool for productivity boost to building the most accurate models for production deployments. We will share our experience – and use-cases we have come across. So come join us!
Most of the current AI techniques especially related to machine learning (ML) are heavily data-driven. For example, the recent success of neural networks based deep learning has been predicated upon availability of large-scale high quality data. While AI algorithms help unlock value from data, there are many attendant risks involved. They range from private sensitive data being leaked (directly or through inference) to adversarial attacks on ML. This is of significant concern due to regulatory compliance issues due to acts such as PDPA and GDPR. Other risks involve bias in the data as well as algorithms and fairness of outcomes. The speakers will first introduce the risks involved related to AI and Data Privacy. They will also touch upon the current thinking as well as the research being done to help manage these risks.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) - it has become such a buzzword that seems to be thrown into every conversation these days. However, what is AI exactly, and how is it changing industries today?
As part of SGInnovate's Developers Meetup series, we want to engage with technical experts and developers to share their knowledge and expertise on various technologies as well as potential collaborations.