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.
The convergence of artificial intelligence, robotics and biotechnology has not only changed how man lives, but also the very meaning of life. In this session we explore how soft robots can be used to improve the health of people suffering from paralysis and how artificial intelligence is applied to personalised medicine. We will also discuss how innovative uses of sutures will improve the recovery of patients undergoing surgery and follow-up communication with their doctors.
Experience and behavioural science show that people’s opinions are often inaccurate or untrustworthy. Yet so much of marketing and sales strategy is based on this approach. Join us in our panel discussion where we consider how to re-invent consumer research with behavioural science and see how Artificial Intelligence and big data could help brands access deep consumer insights and behaviour bias.
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.
With the rapid pace of technological progress, work and life in the future will look very different from today. We believe we are walking into the human age and technology will be an enabler that amplifies human potential. But there is a need to shift the conversation from a negative fear-based one to one of opportunity, personal accountability, and social action.
While AI has been fast emerging, many corporate executives and business managers often ask how to successfully implement AI in their enterprises. Designed for corporate leaders and AI practitioners, this session by ABEJA, an enterprise AI startup that is backed by Google, NVIDIA and Salesforce, aims to provide insights on the experience of AI implementation in enterprises in the region, and the key factors that are essential for successful project for companies in Asia Pacific.
The Netherlands and Singapore are the top two countries in terms of preparedness and openness to Autonomous Vehicles (AV) technology, according to KPMG’s 2019 Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index (AVRI) that evaluates 25 countries worldwide.
The maritime industry’s turn from headwind to headway is taking shape but has taken too long. The industry has been the last frontier when it comes to tech adaptation and digitalisation. Singapore and Denmark have clear ambitions for the maritime industry: the countries want to lead the global course of the industry with innovators as a crucial part of the crew.