Author: Dzof Azmi
Tencent leverages on AI to help in the fight against cervical cancer
Makes a presentation to WHO as part of efforts for the global elimination of cervical cancer.
Tencent: ‘Medical AI is very different’
Adequate sample size and regulatory constraints amongst the issues faced.
IMDA: Utilities for a digital age to be ‘dumb’, integrated and inclusive
Singapore’s IMDA chief executive spoke about digital fundamentals at the recent Tencent Global Digital Ecosystem summit.
Horangi sees greater focus on security in the region by ‘both attackers and defenders’
Cyber-crime ‘follows the money’, as digitalisation efforts drive up demand for experts.
Two hundred petabytes in a single gramme of DNA
US company Catalog is attempting to make storing data on DNA a practical endeavour.
No longer a disruptor, Tencent turns sights on industrial internet in strategic shift
Tencent no longer wants to be seen as a disruptor, but enabler for companies to digitise their operations.
E-commerce: The micro-entrepreneur’s story
Success is a blend of learning to navigate the digital channels with good old-fashioned hard work.
HackerOne: Offer white hats a safe harbour
One in four vulnerabilities discovered by white hat hackers go unreported because researchers fear legal action.
Fintech startups: Less like disruptors, more like innovative partners
There is ‘robust innovation’ coming out of new fintech players, and the more established incumbents.
The pitfalls of a cryptocurrency pyramid scheme
Crackdown on OneCoin cryptocurrency has resulted in two men in Singapore charged for promoting the MLM.