artificial intelligence

Generative AI’s Shadow On Jobs

Generative AI might eliminate thousands of current jobs, but also create new ones. How worried should we be and who is most at risk?

Tech And Materials Science Come To The Fore At Singapore’s 2023 President’s Science And Technology Awards

Two of Singapore’s top scientists and three rising stars were honored at the 2023 President’s Science and Technology Award Ceremony for their scientific, technological and economic contributions to Singapore.

Chatbot Revolution

ChatGPT-powered chatbots are on the rise but their reliability remains in question. As more companies build synthetic media into their business model, we analyze the scope of its skillset.

Ink Gets Intelligent

In the face of changing artistic landscapes and creative credit controversy, some artists, researchers and computer scientists in Asia are exploring how generative AI can be used to preserve traditional art.

AI Can’t Match Human Originality In Fashion Design

AI could help designers in their creative process by taking care of repetitive tasks, allowing more time for them to engage in complex and original thinking.

Nuts & Bolts – Data-driven Decisions For Industry Advancements

With the help of new Industry 4.0 technologies, companies can advance manufacturing, development and distribution processes with ease.

Technologies Driving The Future Of HPC

Take a look at the innovations that are unlocking the power of high performance computing to solve grand challenges in research and industry alike.

Defining A Better AI Future For All

Artificial intelligence is everywhere, but it also needs to be ethical. For some, the path towards ethical AI starts with how we talk about it.
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Using AI To Detect Cancer Mutations

Researchers from Singapore develop a new AI-based method to accurately detect cancer mutations in patient samples.

Lenovo Accelerates Genomic Research With The Power Of HPC And AI

Sinisa Nikolic, Asia Pacific Director of HPC and AI at Lenovo ISG tells us how their latest tool can help researchers map the genomes of a cohort of people 188 times faster than before.