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?”.
As a business matures, finding new sources of growth requires taking risks and making bold moves. During this event, we invite industry leaders to discuss how they are working with startups to re-invent their business models, attract digital talent and embrace the latest technology, to generate new revenue streams and engage with customers in a digital world.
As the future of work unfolds, what makes us human is what will make us employable. In this light, we look to research and learning sciences where personal and social capabilities are discussed and seek directions on how skills sought after in the future may be developed.
The Singapore Mobility Challenge is an open innovation initiative for ideas or technology that can benefit the public transport industry and commuters. Co-organised by the Land Transport Authority of Singapore (LTA), SBS Transit Ltd and SMRT Corporation Ltd (SMRT), which aims to support the Land Transport Masterplan 2040 goals.
SGInnovate and the UNDP are joining in an exciting new partnership that aims to create a Tech for Sustainability community of leaders, startups, and talents committed to creating a better and more sustainable world - in Singapore and beyond.
The rise of digital health has seen significant improvements to the quality of patient care - through improved patient compliance and availability of data collection, healthcare providers are now able to provide greater personalised care, early intervention, and better at-home care for patients.
Communities are networks with shared ideals or demographics, where people build relationships and ideas rather than just meet and say goodbye. But while bringing people with common interests together might be easy, how do you sustain the relationships and keep them coming back for more? Well, through data of course!
In the next 10 to 20 years, it is still uncertain as to how integrated circuit technology will transform, and whether it will be able to meet the exponential changes in the information age of the future.
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.
What are some of the breakthrough technologies that are revolutionising the global aviation industry? In this age of digitalisation, the industry needs to leverage on open innovation and future technology in order to stay relevant. In Singapore, our aerospace sector has been continually exploring more Industry 4.0 and automated solutions to stay competitive.