IoT goes deep

Arm is taking its recently-announced Project Trillium a step further with a collaboration with NVIDIA. The partners will bring the open-source NVIDIA Deep Learning Accelerator (NVDLA) architecture into Project Trillium platform for machine learning.

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Safer self-driving car tests with NVIDIA Drive Constellation

A number of self-driving cars sporting NVIDIA’s autonomous driving technologies were present at GPU Technology Conference in San Jose this week. However, none was available for a test drive — a sensible move by NVIDIA in the light of the fatal Uber self-driving car accident the week before.

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Something old, something new

The telecommunications industry, specifically mobile communications, is converging in Barcelona this week. Even before Mobile World Congress (MWC) kicks off today, two companies have fired the first salvo with something old, something new.

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Xjera Labs zooms in to AI to enhance security

Chu: "NVIDIA GPUs compared to CPUs are much more cost effective."
Chu: “NVIDIA GPUs compared to CPUs are much more cost effective.”

Security is a growing concern among governments and organisations of all sizes. They must balance the need to provide access to the right people while keeping suspicious folks at bay. Any lapse can result in dire consequences that impact confidence in the country or company.

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ViSenze takes visual search and image recognition to the next level

Guangda: "The better the GPU, the more advantage we can gain to accelerate our R&D"
Li: “The better the GPU, the more advantage we can gain to accelerate our R&D”

Every day, around three billion images and videos are uploaded online, creating a massive need to make them discoverable and searchable.

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Emtech Asia: AI, quantum computing and more

Leonard wants to see more research become productised and commercialised.
Leonard wants to see more research become productised and commercialised.

Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre was a hive of activities of a different sort as more than 700 technologists from 21 countries converged for EmTech Asia on January 30 and 31.

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Singapore creates drone zone

R&D centres will be able to test drones such as the DJI Mavic Pro Platinum at one north.
R&D centres will be able to test drones such as the DJI Mavic Pro Platinum at one north.

With concerns over privacy, security and safety, drone flying has been limited to only certain areas and heights. However, recognising the need to test unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), the Singapore government has established the nation’s first drone estate.

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Towards a longer life

Mariusz Kozlowski, Research Associate of Asia Genomics: "Track biological age and help prevent high-risk diseases."
Mariusz Kozlowski, Research Associate of Asia Genomics: “Track biological age and help prevent high-risk diseases.”

Throughout the ages, men have always been searching for the mythical Fountain of Youth and ways to extend life. Needless to say, many have tried and failed.

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Alibaba and Google drive SEA transportation initiatives

Kuala Lumpur trafficMost Southeast Asian capitals and major cities are notorious for its traffic congestion. In separate developments, Alibaba and Google have taken steps to be more involved in the transportation industries in Malaysia and Indonesia respectively.

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More analysis than data scientists

For the past few years, data scientists are highly sought after to analyse data that can help organisations better understand their business, customers and trends. But, it looks like artificial intelligence-based solutions may be taking over that role in the near future.

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