Country's first commercial driverless bus services will run two routes at Singapore Science Park 2 and Jurong Island over a three-month pilot, during which data will be collected to assess the viability of the on-demand service as well as passenger safety and service reliability.
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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.
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.
All of the island's western area now has been designated a trial site for autonomous vehicles, spanning more than 1,000km of public roads, as the government looks to address industry calls for a more varied test environment.
Cognitive assistance plays a key role in supplementing abilities others may be missing, but technology still needs to catch up to help them move beyond basic functions, says visually-impaired IBM Fellow.
Chipmaker teams up with Nanyang Technological University to set up a S$4.8 million (US$3.5 million) lab aimed at building up local skillsets in data science and artificial intelligence.
Chinese cloud vendor releases "core codes" of its Alink platform on GitHub, uploading a range of algorithm libraries that support processes for machine learning tasks, such as online product recommendation.
Artificial intelligence specialists, robotics engineers, and data scientists are on the list of top 15 roles employers seek in Singapore, according to LinkedIn, which lists machine learning, Python, and TensorFlow as amongst skillsets these professionals will need.
With automation deem to be increasingly important among businesses and across industries, 45 percent of respondents in Asia believe robotics will be the sector most ready for disruption in the startup scene.
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.