MIT Technology Review
MIT Technology Review has issued the call for nominations for young innovators from or based in South-East Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Taiwan for its ‘Innovators Under 35.’
Despite our SF tales, the conquest of the AI overlords is not imminent, and humans will remain part of the equation for a long time, writes Benjamin Cher.
Singaporean Benjamin Tee and American Rikky Muller, the chief executive officer and cofounder of medical device company Cortera Neurotechnologies, have been named to MIT Technology Review magazine’s global 35 Innovators Under 35 for 2015 list.
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.
MIT Technology Review’s EmTech Singapore conference is picking up steam with more speakers joining an already stellar list.
MIT Technology Review is looking for 10 young innovators from or based in South-East Asia, Australia and New Zealand, whose technical work promises to change the world.