Q&A

Q&A: Robots still have much to learn from interactions with humans, say NUS profs behind AI breakthrough
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Q&A: Robots still have much to learn from interactions with humans, say NUS profs behind AI breakthrough

July 28th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Robots stilll have much to learn through interactions with humans, say NUS researchers behind artificial brain and skin that gave robots a sense of...
Q&A: E-sports is not overhyped, will get its own Lewis Hamilton, says ESPL
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Q&A: E-sports is not overhyped, will get its own Lewis Hamilton, says ESPL

July 1st, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Despite eye-watering amounts of money being pumped into e-sports, the new competitive sports is more than just hype, says ESPL president Lau Kin...
Businesses need easier, more secure way to provide remote access to apps, says Google Cloud
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Businesses need easier, more secure way to provide remote access to apps, says Google Cloud

May 28th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Businesses need to find a way to make apps easier and more secure for remote workers to access, said Mark Johnston of Google...
Q&A: More affordable tools now for smaller companies to work remotely, says Lark
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Q&A: More affordable tools now for smaller companies to work remotely, says Lark

May 4th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Many small and medium companies that didn't have digital tools to work remotely now have more options during this pandemic, says...
Q&A: Don’t forget security while working from home, says Pulse Secure
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Q&A: Don’t forget security while working from home, says Pulse Secure

April 2nd, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Businesses taking the first steps in this new style of work have to have robust measures in place, says Pulse Secure, a security access...
Q&A: Hard to innovate if identity theft, fraud not dealt with, says PayPal
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Q&A: Hard to innovate if identity theft, fraud not dealt with, says PayPal

February 3rd, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
PayPal now uses AI to better analyse online transactions to allow real transactions to be carried out, while stopping fraudulents ones from going...
More travellers seeking smart wallets for better exchange rates: YouTrip
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More travellers seeking smart wallets for better exchange rates: YouTrip

December 6th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Travellers are increasingly looking to e-wallets to get more favourable exchange rates when shopping, dining and spending on other items, says...
Q&A: AI can recognise pain, help doctors offer better treatment, says FXPal
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Q&A: AI can recognise pain, help doctors offer better treatment, says FXPal

October 4th, 2019 | by Grace Chng
AI can analyse facial expressions to determine the pain a patient is feeling and help adjust the medication required, said Lynn Wilcox, CTO of...
Q&A: Courts looks to delivering experiences, trust, to fight retail crunch
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Q&A: Courts looks to delivering experiences, trust, to fight retail crunch

August 11th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Courts Singapore CEO, Ben Tan, said the company has had to change how it engaged customers but one thing has remained crucial - trust....
Q&A: Automation is needed to tackle IT complexity, argues Puppet
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Q&A: Automation is needed to tackle IT complexity, argues Puppet

June 10th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Enterprises have turn to automated scripts to manage increasingly complex infrastructure, said Nigel Kersten, vice-president of ecosystem engineering at software firm...
Q&A: More flexibility with storing data is key, says Veeam
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Q&A: More flexibility with storing data is key, says Veeam

March 5th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Organisations are looking to manage data in a way that unlocks its use and drives business transformation, says...
Wi-Fi 6 will better connect wireless devices in a dense area, says Ruckus Networks
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Wi-Fi 6 will better connect wireless devices in a dense area, says Ruckus Networks

February 11th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Wi-Fi 6 will play a different role in a world where 5G is blanketing everything with its low-latency coverage, said Bart Giordano, senior vice president for worldwide sales at Ruckus...
Q&A: With LiFi, an LED light can link up smart devices securely, says Signify
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Q&A: With LiFi, an LED light can link up smart devices securely, says Signify

November 21st, 2018 | by Alfred Siew
Security is a selling point of LiFi, a wireless technology that lets users link up using the light from LED lamps, says Signify, the company formerly known as Philips...
Go-to-market help to boost Hong Kong’s startup push
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Go-to-market help to boost Hong Kong’s startup push

November 7th, 2018 | by Grace Chng
Though overshadowed by mainland China, startups in Hong Kong are seeking to carve an opening into Asia-Pacific with more go-to-market...
Q&A: PropertyGuru uses AI to better match property buyers and sellers
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Q&A: PropertyGuru uses AI to better match property buyers and sellers

September 28th, 2018 | by Alfred Siew
AI now helps to learn more about a home buyer's preferences so that PropertyGuru can match them to a home that fits, Kamboj tells Techgoondu. And it is paying...
Q&A: APIs needed to accelerate IoT growth, says CA
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Q&A: APIs needed to accelerate IoT growth, says CA

September 7th, 2018 | by Alfred Siew
The speed that is needed to make sense of the data from IoT devices means that enterprises have to rely on APIs instead of building from ground-up, says...
Q&A: Telcos have to move faster to compete with new and old rivals, says Nokia
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Q&A: Telcos have to move faster to compete with new and old rivals, says Nokia

June 11th, 2018 | by Alfred Siew
Key to telcos' transformation is the cloud, according to equipment maker Nokia, which recently opened a cloud collaboration centre in...
Q&A: Consumers will use cryptocurrencies and not even know it, says Abra
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Q&A: Consumers will use cryptocurrencies and not even know it, says Abra

April 30th, 2018 | by Alfred Siew
In many cases, consumers will use cryptocurrencies but won’t even know they’re using the digital money, according to Abra founder and CEO Bill...
Q&A: Face recognition is changing how a safe, smart city is run, says NEC
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Q&A: Face recognition is changing how a safe, smart city is run, says NEC

January 23rd, 2018 | by Alfred Siew
Accuracy is no longer a concern today, says Walter Lee, evangelist and government relations leader at NEC's Global Safety...
Q&A: Cloud customers have to be responsible for cyber security too, says Barracuda Networks
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Q&A: Cloud customers have to be responsible for cyber security too, says Barracuda Networks

December 7th, 2017 | by Alfred Siew
The cloud is secure, if you make it secure, said James Forbes-May, Barracuda Networks' vice president of APAC...