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Singapore launches national AI schemes, adds $133M investment to research
Two programmes will look to drive the adoption of artificial intelligence in the government and financial services sectors, with another SG$180 million to be invested in the national research plan to tap the technology in key areas, such as healthcare and education.
Singapore to develop mobile defence systems with Ghost Robotics
Defence Science and Technology Agency says it has inked a partnership agreement with Philadelphia-based Ghost Robotics to test and develop technologies as well as use cases for legged robots for security, defence, and humanitarian applications.
Singapore must take caution with AI use, review approach to public trust
Multi-ethnic Asian country needs to take special care navigating its use of artificial intelligence in some areas, specifically, law enforcement, as well as recognise that fostering confidence in AI requires establishing public trust in different aspects of its society.
Every country must decide own definition of acceptable AI use
Citizens and governments will need to determine what they deem to be acceptable uses of artificial intelligence, including whether the use of facial recognition technology in public spaces should be outlawed or accepted, says Telenor Research's AI and analytics head.
Hyundai, Singapore university to run AI research in electric vehicle manufacturing
South Korean carmaker inks an agreement with Nanyang Technological University to run four pilots on artificial intelligence and additive manufacturing, with the aim to explore how 3D printers can be used to tailor components for electric vehicles.
Ethics part of curriculum as Singapore inks AI training partnership with Google Cloud
Participants of Singapore's artificial intelligence apprenticeship scheme go through training that includes ethics and governance, so they are aware of issues involving data bias, says AI Singapore, which has partnered Google Cloud to tap the vendor's AI tools and best practices.
Singapore sends 'robot couriers' out for delivery
Two autonomous robots have be rolled out in a pilot to facilitate on-demand food and grocery deliveries within a trial area comprising 700 residential households, though, the Singapore government hopes it can lead to a wider deployment to offer more flexible delivery service.