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Week in Review: AI may run everything eventually, but it won’t be tomorrow
Don't let the headlines and hype about AI fool you into thinking everything is about to change soon, it's not, says Karamjit Singh. And watch out for quantum computing.
Consortium rolls out blockchain trade finance app in Singapore
Bank of America Merrill Lynch, HSBC and the IDA said they have jointly developed a prototype solution built on blockchain technology that could change the way businesses around the world trade with each other.
Blockchain: More than just a one-trick (fintech) pony
Blockchain tech may have become a hit with the fintech community, but its usefulness extends into other industries where record-keeping and transparency are essential, says an IBM exec.
IBM to open blockchain innovation centre in Singapore
IBM plans to establish an IBM Centre for Blockchain Innovation in Singapore, where its researchers will work with government, industry and academia to develop applications and solutions which are based on enterprise blockchain, cybersecurity, and cognitive computing technologies.
IBM’s ‘game-changer’ technology for software-defined storage
IBM has unveiled a portfolio of software-defined storage products that it said deliver improved economics while enabling organisations to access and process any type of data, on any type of storage device, anywhere in the world.
IBM researchers enable secure notifications to mobile devices
IBM inventors have patented a cloud computing security technique that the company said enables app developers to ensure that data notifications are securely and confidentially pushed to and from mobile devices.
IBM researchers and Singapore scientists in nanomedicine breakthrough
Researchers from IBM and Singapore’s Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) have made a nanomedicine breakthrough in which they converted common plastic materials like polyethylene terephthalate (PET) into non-toxic and biocompatible materials designed to specifically target and attack fungal infections.
Five innovations that will change our lives within 5yrs: IBM
IBM has unveiled the eighth annual  ‘IBM 5 in 5 – a list of innovations that it said would have the potential to change the way people work, live and interact during the next five years.
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