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  • The Promise of Deep Tech: The Year Ahead

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a devastating effect on lives and economies, the world is increasingly looking to the scientific world for answers and solutions.

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  • Deep Tech For a Resilient and Sustainable Economy

    Corporations have the resources to fund research-based innovations while startups have the speed to invent these innovations. Whether it is using quantum technology for secure communications or exploring hydrogen as an alternative source of energy, by capitalising on innovation and corporate-startup collaborations we can help improve the lives of all and work towards a resilient and sustainable economy.

    Topics: Quantum Technologies, Startup and Corporate Open Innovation, Others

  • Science and Technology: Sustainable Development in Biodiversity

    With the purpose to bridge Japan's and Singapore's Science, Technology and Innovation ecosystems for knowledge sharing and collaboration opportunities, SGInnovate and the Japan Science & Technology Agency are co-presenting a series of talks by notable startups, researchers and corporate innovators on various Deep Tech topics.

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  • Future of Mobility-as-a-Service and Autonomous Vehicles [Online Event]

    In the age of digitalisation, many have seen a change in their lifestyle choices. Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), the potential use of Autonomous Vehicles (AV) and improvement in travel planning have created a more optimal and consumer-friendly mobility system. This might cause a shift away from personally-owned modes of transportation and towards mobility provided as a service. On the other hand, COVID-19 is causing new challenges, and shared mobility might prove to be less desirable. How will this impact the short term developments and what can be expected in the longer term? How can solution providers respond to the current situation and plan for the near and long-term future?

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  • AI in Education: The Present and the Future [Online Event]

    In the words of Nelson Mandela, "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." With the mark of COVID-19, e-learning has been taken to new heights where teachers and students are fast adapting to new technologies and teaching methods.

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  • Innovation in Air Traffic Management [Online Event]

    The role of Air Traffic Management (ATM) is not to be undermined in the aviation industry. The ability to regulate the flow of aircraft as efficiently as possible often means a reduction of operation costs and ensuring the safety of the air crew and passengers or cargo.

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  • Sustainable Bio-Manufacturing in APAC: From Chemicals to Materials

    Synthetic biology is the principle of synthesising DNAs and designing genetic circuitry to enhance or repurpose cellular functions. In recent years, advancements in this field of science have expanded the capabilities of microbial fermentation to beyond just brewing and food processing. Through microbial and mammalian cell engineering, bio-manufacturing has been repurposed for a wide variety of end products from fragrance to pharmaceuticals.

    Topics: MedTech / HealthTech / BioTech, Others

  • Artificial Intelligence and Digital Innovation in Eye: Insights from Google AI and Eye Experts

    Discover from experts as they discuss Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in ophthalmology, and how these technologies can be brought from bench to bedside. 

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  • Real World Applications of OLED Technology [Online Event]

    Smartphones, tablets, laptops and TV screens - Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) technology is improving the world of images in leaps and bounds.

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  • AI For Good: In Conversation with Prof Yoshua Bengio and Dr Kai-Fu Lee [Online Event]

    With humanity facing an uncertain future in the year 2020, we need to better understand the tools we have to face up to and begin countering global challenges such as healthcare, the future of work and climate change. The rapid development of the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is seen by many to exemplify our greatest strengths as a scientifically grounded and technologically capable species. However, whilst AI does indeed hold great promise to help us tackle these challenges, there are serious considerations for how we develop and apply this technology in a responsible manner.

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  • Future of Food: Urban Farming [Online Event]

    Singapore is a large, well-developed city state, boasting the 7th highest GDP per capita in the world, with almost 6 million inhabitants and 17.5 million tourists per year. The country is heavily dependent on imports of food sources, with more than 90% of all of the produce is imported. Because of Singapore's compact size and competing land uses, there is a limit to what can be grown using traditional farming methods.

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  • The Future of Food [Online Event]

    Food production is increasingly at the cutting edge of science and technology, as the global need to innovate and to sustainably feed our planet becomes an imperative. In Asia, the food industry will need to transform over the next decade in response to population growth and changing consumer requirements, as well as to other global challenges such as climate change and environmental degradation (The Asia Food Challenge, 2019).

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