Much of the world is struggling with deepening political division, economic inequality and ethno-religious tensions. The growth of the Black Lives Matter movement – the largest movement in US history, and closer to home, the Milk Tea Alliance, are a number of global movements that have risen in response to the growing unrest and dis-satisfaction […]
Without further ado, below is a round-up of the startups hailing from all over Asia who are slated to pitch at the Summit next month and the disruptive technologies that they’re bringing to the table.
Coming in second place with a prize of $12,000 was Team Augmentus from National University of Singapore (NUS) with their idea of a unified and code-free industrial robot programming software enabling non-technical users to develop and deploy robots with high speed and accuracy. https://www.augmentus.tech
Accelerating innovation in supply chain resilience, urban food systems, alternative proteins and affordable nutrition, a powerhouse of dynamic early stage start-ups from the Asia-Pacific region will pitch their ground-breaking technologies at this year’s virtual Asia-Pacific Agri-Food Innovation Summit on November 18-20.
Solar AI Technologies has launched a free online solar assessment tool that lets homeowners and building occupants in Singapore instantly find out the solar potential of their roof and how much they can save.
Like many Singaporean millennials, Lee Jing Lin once thought online dating would be the solution to finding love in this digital age.
The passport will allow individuals to store their medical information –including COVID-19 testing and vaccination reports digitally signed by accredited bodies.
We all grew up having our imaginations run wild from science-fiction movies on what the future would look like. There are myriads to recall but growing up, I remember thinking that flying cars and personal assistant robots would be the future. It’s 2020, while we are still working to introduce flying cars to the neighbourhoods, […]
Nearly half the workforce of Suntec International Convention and Exhibition Centre (SICEC) will be retrenched. Suntec Singapore jointly announced the news with the Building Construction And Timber Industries Employees’ Union (BATU) yesterday (28 August).
For years, humans have been worried about job loss due to automation. According to the Oxford Economics, automation could displace 20 million manufacturing jobs by 2030. While automation reshapes the world’s employment landscape, this is not unexpected. Throughout history, we have seen examples of technology replacing jobs. For instance, the U.S. rail industry which once […]
Developing a corporate innovation strategy is no easy feat. Akin to cooking a good dish, aside from ensuring that you put in place the best ingredients and chef, adopting the appropriate cooking methods and processes is critical to delivering that dish that you so desire. Likewise, aside from taking into consideration factors such as innovation […]
Massive effort to ensure safety made possible with use of mobile apps, wearable devices.
Founded by student entrepreneurs at NUS, this startup aims to create the “Canva for robotic systems”.
Hackathons seem to have disappeared from Singapore’s start-up scene since the outbreak of Covid-19 earlier this year.
From helping a taxi uncle with his taxes to delivering cupcakes for home bakers, Outside is an app that can do all of that.