Artificial Intelligence

Disruption imminent: Making the connection, Part 2
Companies need to make data a part of their long-term strategy now to avoid pitfalls and disruptions in the future.
Nvidia puts a supercomputer in your pocket
Nvidia Corp has unveiled a credit-card sized module that it said harnesses the power of machine learning to enable a new generation of smart, autonomous machines that can learn.
Robots and AI: Gartner’s top tech predictions for 2016, and beyond
The robot invasion is set to intensify next year, in both the enterprise and consumer space, according to Gartner Inc’s top predictions for IT organisations and users for 2016 and beyond.
Gimmie launches AI-based marketing engagement service Deepo
Digital marketing teams now have a new artificial intelligence-based tool called Deepo at their disposal to automate personalised messages to website visitors and enhance their online engagement.
Smart hands, smart machines to power next Industrial Age
Envision a near future where functions become intelligent through technology, allowing humans and digital processes to put their heads together to create a more intuitive, more responsive enterprise, writes Robert H. Brown of Cognizant.
Russian startup delivers vocab-booster on Apple Watch
Easy Ten, a subscription-based app that helps you learn a new language that is now also available for the Apple Watch, was the brainchild of a surgeon-turned-entrepreneur, writes Keith Liu.
AI company Taiger opens regional Hq in the Lion City
Madrid-headquartered ‘knowledge access’ and artificial intelligence (AI) company Taiger has opened its regional headquarters in Singapore, hoping to tap on to the city-state’s Smart Nation initiative.
EmTech Singapore lifts the curtain on future technologies
EmTech Singapore, the global emerging technologies conference hosted by MIT Technology Review, kicked off on Jan 27, presenting the frontline on innovation in wearables, robotics, AI and other technologies. DNA Singapore editor Gabey Goh reports.
The brave new frontiers of computing
There is now an imminent need to look at alternative paradigms to crack problems of the Internet age which cannot be solved by classical computing, writes Chiang Kai Hua of IBM Malaysia.
AI-fuelled HungryGoWhere? Malaysia, where else?
Singapore's HungryGoWhere, which spread its wings to Malaysia on Aug 24, said it has deployed a hassle-free artificial intelligence (AI) system powered by Nara Logics Inc that would provide personalised food recommendations according to each user’s unique tastes and preferences.
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