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  • What Makes A Great Software and Product Developer? A Candid Sharing Powered By PowerX Software & Product Development

    Good software and product developers are high in demand. For those looking to restart their career anew as a developer, find out in this session what skillsets are most sought after, what sets apart an aspiring software and product developer from another and how SGInnovate's PowerX Software Programme builds your competencies to become an industry-ready talent.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Computer Science, Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Talent and Mentoring

    Industry: ICT

  • Build Your Competency in Cybersecurity through the PowerXCybersecurity Traineeship Programme

    Looking to venture into Cybersecurity? This event gathers expert opinions around up and coming opportunities to transform yourself into an in-demand talent in this exciting field. Our trainees from the PowerX Cybersecurity traineeship programme will also share how they made the leap to make their career switch and the experience so far.

    Topics: Computer Science, Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Talent and Mentoring, Others

    Industry: ICT

  • Lending a Punch to the Tech Talent Crunch: SGInnovate's PowerX Traineeship Programme

    There is always a high demand for talent to fill tech roles such as software and product development and cybersecurity. Hear from different individuals and industry leaders on the importance of these roles for businesses, the opportunities for individuals with these skills to impact their businesses, and how traineeships could be a viable option for those looking to transform themselves into tech professionals.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Computer Science, Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Talent and Mentoring

    Industry: ICT

  • A SEA of Opportunity – SEA Tech Investment Roundtable

    Southeast Asia’s digital economy is booming, and so are the opportunities. In this investment roundtable, hear from EDB’s community of experts on how startups, investors and tech leaders can secure their hiring, funding and partnership needs to succeed in the region.

    Topics: Investments, Startup and Corporate Open Innovation, Talent and Mentoring

    Industry: Others

  • Raising Scale-Ups Takes a Global Village – The UK, Singapore and Southeast Asia

    For UK and European scale-ups interested in bigger, fresher opportunities, look no further than Southeast Asia (SEA). With almost 650 million people and a forecasted $300 billion digital opportunity in 2025, the SEA region has become the growth engine for some of the world’s biggest & most game-changing tech companies.
     

    Topics: Talent and Mentoring, Others

    Industry: Others

  • Leading the Way: How AI Will Impact the Finance Industry

    Deep Tech trailblazers will share how they harness the power of AI to change the investments and funds management scene. Beyond industry insights, this session also briefly traces their startup journeys and offer you an opportunity to work with them via SGInnovate's Summation Programme.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Talent and Mentoring

    Industry: Others

  • Preparing for Factories of Tomorrow

    A Smart Factory usually refers to a highly digitalised and connected environment where systems can use a constant stream of data from connected machinery and equipment to learn and adapt to new demands.
     
    However, industrial automation is still commonly seen as a threat to existing manufacturing jobs no matter how exciting "Factories of Tomorrow" sounds. In reality, there is an emerging trend called the "Digital Talent Gap". According to MHI's Annual Industry Report, manufacturers are caught in a position where digital technologies are not implemented efficiently due to a lack of workers with the necessary skills to run them. It shows that the human element in the digitalisation journey is still essential, and there is a need to start investing in talent development to adopt i4.0 Technology.
     
    Join us with our panel of speakers as they share more on how can the industry prepare for the Factories of Tomorrow by addressing the "Talent Gap" for manufacturing.

    Topics: Advanced Materials and Engineering, Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Talent and Mentoring

    Industry: Advanced Manufacturing

  • AI and the Future of Education

    The World Economic Forum estimates that 50% of the workforce needs reskilling in the next decade. This is a massive challenge, and it will happen on a global scale. Under the hood, many things are changing. Where in the past, education relied on a one-size-fits-all, study-once model, the future of education seems to be more personalised and continuous in nature.
     
    In this panel discussion, we will therefore discuss how AI is changing the way we learn. We will look specifically at how reskilling can become a precision game, how models can infer skills of workers from information, how proximity between jobs can be calculated, and how policymakers, both corporate and global, aim to create value with this technology.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Talent and Mentoring

    Industry: Others

  • The Future of Work : Outlook & Implications in a Disruptive World

    Businesses have radically transformed in the age of disruptive technologies. The trend is currently more visible and has been exacerbated due to the impact of COVID-19, which accelerates the adoption of artificial intelligence, automation, and robotics in the workplace, changing the workplace of the future dynamically. The new tech-enabled work environment for work from home has helped make businesses more resilient in the face of pandemic and other threats with the adoption of virtual private networks (VPNs), voice over internet protocols (VoIPs), virtual meetings, cloud technology, work collaboration tools and even facial recognition technologies. However, this has also raised challenges of information security, data privacy and timely technical support.
     
    Changing workplace trends creates a need for the development of innovative large-scale upskilling, reskilling and redeployment initiatives. These trends make it imperative for governments, businesses, academic institutions and individuals to consider how to proactively shape a new, positive future of work, emphasising the need for large-scale, informed and collaborative action.
     
    In this session, industry leaders from India and Singapore will discuss how Deep Tech is changing and impacting business models, as well as how the learning evolution among the current and future workforce and the magnitude of talent mobility across geographies are likely to influence the nature of work in the future.

    Topics: Cybersecurity, Data Science / Data Analytics, Talent and Mentoring

  • How to Futureproof Your Careers: Deep Tech Edition

    As the world inches closer to a digital, innovation-driven economy, Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other Deep Technologies will disrupt industries and, consequentially, the workforce. This is further emphasised during the Singapore Budget 2021 when Deputy Prime Minister, Coordinating Minister for Economic Policies and Minister for Finance, Mr Heng Swee Keat highlighted the importance of grooming leaders in Deep Tech areas as Singapore heads into a more technologically intensive and innovation-driven economy.

    Topics: Talent and Mentoring, Others

  • In Celebration of International Women’s Day: Leading Together in STEM

    Join us virtually on International Women's Day as we celebrate the people and companies who #choosetochallenge perceptions and misconceptions, and lead by example in the world of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). On this momentous day, we will be launching the SG Women in Tech Corporate Pledge Initiative and diving deep into discussion with leaders in the STEM field.
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    Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics are inevitably transforming the world with countless possibilities and opportunities for all. Despite the growing demand for STEM roles, merely 30% of those in these industries are women. What can be done to encourage greater diversity, equality and inclusion for our daughters of tomorrow?
     
    By choosing to include and diversify, businesses and the world will benefit from strengthened innovations and advancements in STEM, especially in the age of disruptive science and technologies. Hear from leaders how they #choosetochallenge the inequality in their industry and their visions for the future of science and tech.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Startup and Corporate Open Innovation, Talent and Mentoring, Others

  • The Promise of Deep Tech: High-Impact Mentoring

    Some said mentors are the secret weapons of successful startups. As a startup founder, you will likely have countless options for potential mentors. However, getting the right mentors and building a healthy relationship with mentors are common challenges.

    Topics: Startup and Corporate Open Innovation, Talent and Mentoring

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