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.
According to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, there is a need to build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialisation and foster innovation as well as ensure sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
Bringing together key players in the finance and tech industries, our panel of experts and founders will discuss the rise of technology in finance and how to develop talent for this new workforce.
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?”.
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.
IEEE Women in Engineering (WiE) is a global network of IEEE members and volunteers dedicated to promoting women engineers and scientists, and inspiring girls around the world to follow their academic interests in a career in engineering and science.
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.