Singapore Computer Society launches reference document to guide businesses in the development of artificial intelligence ethics and governance as well as future training and certification of professionals.
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Singapore bank will run online tutorials for DBS employee to pick up fundamentals of artificial intelligence and machine learning, so they can eventually programme their own autonomous race car for the AWS DeepRacer league.
NextBillion.ai secures $7 million in its Series A round and plans to use the funds to expand its team and boost product and research development, which focuses on customised "hyperlocal" artificial intelligence-powered applications.
Chinese tech giant launches virtual academy in Singapore offering 140 free online courses in artificial intelligence, 5G, cloud computing, and big data, with aims of certifying 1,000 engineers in the country by end-2021.
Monetary Authority of Singapore tasks two teams, comprising banks and artificial intelligence industry players, to develop metrics that ensure the "responsible use of AI" for credit risk scoring and customer marketing.
Chinese tech giant's Paddle Quantum development toolkit now is available on GitHub, enabling developers to build and train quantum neural network models, and includes quantum computing applications.
Chinese e-commerce giant will use the funds to bolster its artificial intelligence and Internet of Things ecosystem that supports Tmall Genie, including linking more content and services from Alibaba's wider ecosystem that spans entertainment, healthcare, and education.
Chinese tech giant will provide data insights gleaned from its artificial intelligence-powered applications to help medical professionals combat current pandemic and carry out diagnosis more quickly.
Operational from April, the National University of Singapore's Centre for Trusted Internet and Community aims to tap artificial intelligence and data science to assess implications of internet use as well as regulations such as those involving privacy and freedom of expression.
Challenged to see data from the two channels on a single pane, retailers won't be able to recognise their online customers when they walk into a physical store, notes a Microsoft executive who recommends the need for a common data platform.