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Asia-Pacific organisations to spend US$32 billion on AI in 2025: IDC
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Asia-Pacific organisations to spend US$32 billion on AI in 2025: IDC

April 8th, 2022 | by Alfred Siew
Asia-Pacific organisations will boost spending in artificial intelligence from US$17.6 billion this year to US$32 billion in 2025, says...
SAP invests S$250 million in Singapore engineering lab, to add 500 digital professionals by 2025
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SAP invests S$250 million in Singapore engineering lab, to add 500 digital professionals by 2025

March 23rd, 2022 | by Grace Chng
SAP is investing S$250 million in a Singapore lab to develop AI, machine learning, digital supply chain and sustainability...
Q&A: The metaverse will be a photorealistic 3D world, says Jon Lee of Vizzio Technologies
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Q&A: The metaverse will be a photorealistic 3D world, says Jon Lee of Vizzio Technologies

February 17th, 2022 | by Grace Chng
The metaverse will be a realistic representation of a parallel virtual universe, containing lifelike 3D digital objects and people, says Dr Jon Lee....
Why software quality is vital in a digital-first world
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Why software quality is vital in a digital-first world

January 28th, 2022 | by Techgoondu
Organisations must find a way to balance the speed of release with software quality, which is costing companies trillions of...
OCBC scam: Make banks share  risks by setting standard for login security, fraud detection
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OCBC scam: Make banks share risks by setting standard for login security, fraud detection

January 17th, 2022 | by Alfred Siew
The OCBC scam is a reminder that banks need to share risks more evenly with customers after they have reaped the benefits for...
Partnering AI Singapore, TigerGraph looks to boost graph database takeup in AI, machine learning
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Partnering AI Singapore, TigerGraph looks to boost graph database takeup in AI, machine learning

November 18th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
Those looking to dive into graph databases used in AI can look to projects and certifications by AI Singapore and...
Nvidia stakes claim in a future where physical and digital worlds collide
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Nvidia stakes claim in a future where physical and digital worlds collide

November 15th, 2021 | by Grace Chng
Staking its claim in a hybrid world, Nvidia unveiled its Omniverse suite of technologies and advances in AI, robotics and self-driving...
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AMD and NTU open data science and AI lab in Singapore

October 29th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
The new NTU-AMD Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab seeks to boost expertise in the growing...
Q&A: AI will boost data-driven checks on building safety, says Singapore’s WaveScan Technologies
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Q&A: AI will boost data-driven checks on building safety, says Singapore’s WaveScan Technologies

September 30th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
By analysing potential defects, AI offers a big step towards data-driven maintenance for non-destructive testing in the building...
SenseTime inks two agreements to develop AI talent, opens AI innovation centre in Singapore
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SenseTime inks two agreements to develop AI talent, opens AI innovation centre in Singapore

July 19th, 2021 | by Grace Chng
Chinese AI firm SenseTime signed an agreement with the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) today in Singapore to develop AI talent...
COMPUTEX 2021 Virtual concludes with digitally huge success
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COMPUTEX 2021 Virtual concludes with digitally huge success

July 12th, 2021 | by Techgoondu
By breaking geographical barriers, the Computex 2021 tradeshow brought together approximately 400,000 visitors from over 117...
Nvidia plunges into 5G, strengthens HPC product portfolio
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Nvidia plunges into 5G, strengthens HPC product portfolio

June 29th, 2021 | by Grace Chng
A joint lab with Google Cloud will give enterprises access to Google Cloud’s Anthos platform and Nvidia’s accelerated computing...
What’s next for smartphone imaging?
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What’s next for smartphone imaging?

June 28th, 2021 | by Wilson Wong
With larger sensors and computational photography, smartphone imaging has come of age in recent years. Can phones replace dedicated...
What to expect as Singapore spends S$3.8 billion on government digitisation in 2021
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What to expect as Singapore spends S$3.8 billion on government digitisation in 2021

June 24th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
An AI marking system for schools is one improvement to look to, as the Singapore government boosts spending in its digitalisation...
In a Singapore mall, Grab powers up a robot for food deliveries
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In a Singapore mall, Grab powers up a robot for food deliveries

May 20th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
A robot will collect Grab deliveries from multiple eateries at PLQ mall, before handing them to delivery partners to send to...
Google Maps to use augmented reality to guide you indoors
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Google Maps to use augmented reality to guide you indoors

April 1st, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
Google Maps will use augmented reality to give live indoor directions to help users navigate a mall, airport or train...
In 2021, will new technologies widen or close the digital divide?
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In 2021, will new technologies widen or close the digital divide?

January 4th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
Will we recall the World Wide Web of the 90s or will the involuntary embrace of Big Tech's dystopian world grow even tighter in...
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Infineon plans global AI innovation hub in Singapore

December 2nd, 2020 | by Grace Chng
Infineon has unveiled plans for a global artificial intelligence (AI) innovation hub in Singapore, as part of its transformation...
AI is changing how broadcasters develop, deliver content
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AI is changing how broadcasters develop, deliver content

September 11th, 2020 | by Techgoondu
AI promises to enable broadcasters to better create, manage and deliver their content while more closely connecting with...
Technology to make a difference in new normal after pandemic
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Technology to make a difference in new normal after pandemic

August 26th, 2020 | by Techgoondu
From cloud computing to AI, technology is making a difference when it comes to adapting to the new normal that the pandemic is...