Caishen has launched an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered data monitoring platform that provides critical information on China’s secondary investment markets.
Despite the economic impact of COVID-19, the artificial intelligence (AI) market is set to grow by 12.3 percent to US$156.5 billion in 2020, according to IDC.
Fancy that fashionable dress on the actress or the sleek pants worn by a celebrity? If you’re wondering where to get one of similar design, you can now do so following the launch of StyleCrush in Singapore.
The MLPerf consortium has released the results for MLPerf Training v0.7 machine learning training performance benchmark suite. And NVIDIA has come up tops by breaking 16 AI performance records, doubling the number of records it smashed in 2019.
Korea startup Riiid has secured US$41.8 milion to fund the expansion of its AI education solutions and into the global market.
How’s this for a global collaboration? A Singapore startup, supported by a university in Britain, develops a career advice app for students in China. That’s what JobForesight has done, thanks to the Oxford University Innovation programme.
Faced with a fast growing population, the city of Liverpool located 27 kilometers southwest of Sydney needed to ensure that traffic flow in its city centre continues to flow smoothly.
Huawei has launched its Virtual AI Academy which offers more than 140 free online courses in Singapore.
Mercedes-Benz CEO Ola Källenius (top) and NVIDIA Founder and CEO Jensen Huang at a live media event.Mercedes-Benz aims to herald a new era of software-defined, intelligent vehicles from 2024. In a collaboration with NVIDIA, the German carmaker will be producing next generation perpetually ungradeable vehicles.
The Fugaku supercomputer jointly developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu has been crowed the world’s fastest supercomputer in the Top500 list. This follows its achievement as the world’s most efficient supercomputer on the Green500 list in November 2019.
The new NVIDIA Mellanox UFM CyberAI platform minimises downtime in InfiniBand datacentres by harnessing AI-powered analytics to detect security threats and operational issues, as well as predict network failures.
ABC Technology has been named on the list of Technology Pioneers announced by the World Economic Forum (WEF) today. The fintech innovator is among 15 Asian companies to receive this prestigious award.
Source: Fooksou LamimoWhile some IT bigwigs are trimming their workforce, Alibaba Group plans to add another 5,000 employees globally till March 31, 2021.
Zhou: Mass data will play an increasingly important role in enterprise digital transformation.Huawei has launched the next-generation of its OceanStor Pacific Series mass storage system that delivers efficient, cost-effective, and reliable services for AI, HPC, videos, and other mass data scenarios.
Mozzies, beware! With dengue fever prevalent in Singapore, Certis is leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to tackle the mosquito problem. More specifically, the solution aims to deal with mosquito-borne diseases.
Photo by Franck V. on UnsplashIndochina is certainly becoming a happening place for innovations. Just a week after Vietnam’s VinAI announced that it was using the new NVIDIA DGX A100 for natural language processing research, Thailand’s Chulalongkorn University is now turning to the same system to power its Thailand 4.0 innovations.
Natural language processing (NLP) requires loads of computing power so research lab VinAI has turned to the new NVIDIA DGX A100 system — making it the first in Vietnam and one of the first in Southeast Asia to deploy the newly-launched GPU-accelerated data centre in a box.
GPU-powered Lung Doc is used by 30 hospitals in China.Shukun Technology was busy improving its AI-powered platform to diagnose heart disease and strokes when COVID-19 struck. The China AI startup quickly switched gear to develop a system that analyses chest CT scans to help speed up diagnoses of COVID-19 patients.
Ten days after it received approval from China’s State Administration for Market Regulation, NVIDIA has completed its US$7 billion acquisition of Mellanox Technologies.
Huang to make announcements in keynote address.If things had gone as originally planned, NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) would have been done and dusted by now. But the coronavirus has forced the conference to go digital with NVIDIA Founder and Chief Executive Officer Jensen Huang set to deliver his keynote address on May 14, 9pm (Singapore time).
If ever there’s a time to for technology to come to the forefront, it’s now. Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around for decades, creating hope but delivering on few promises. The emergence of deep learning in recent years has changed that landscape. It has brought drawn more to invest in and work on AI with results to boot.
If there’s a phrase to describe artificial intelligence (AI) startup Vuno, it has to be “It thinks BIG”. While most startups aim to use technology to tackle one medical condition, the Korea company decided to cast its net wide by using NVIDIA GPU-powered AI products to address diagnoses of different diseases.
Fintech startup ABC Technology has been rated by IDC as among the 101 fastest growing fintech companies in the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan).
Hyundai Motor is building an open innovation lab to develop future mobility technologies in Singapore’s Jurong Innovation District.
Dell EMC and Comet have unveiled a Kubernetes reference architecture for data science teams using the their artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled infrastructure and machine learning platform.
China has just made the battle for artificial intelligence (AI) supremacy a little more intense following the announcement by Megvii Technology that it would make its MegEngine deep learning framework open source.
What could have been a dampener may just turn out to be a better offering for participants who have registered for this year’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC). Yes, they won’t get to go to San Jose. Yes, they will miss the face-to-face meetings. But, NVIDIA has put great thoughts into making GTC Digital, the online version, just as engaging and informative. Plus, NVIDIA has refunded all participants so they can attend most of the conference for free.