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AI News

Don’t Get Caught On The Wrong Side Of The AI Divide

Amazon.com and other retailers that are embracing artificial intelligence (AI) and omnichannel strategies are on one side.

AI News

Answering the Question Why: Explainable AI

Investments in AI may well hinge upon such visual methods for demonstrating causation between events analyzed by Machine Learning.

AI News

How To Make AI Work In Extreme Conditions?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be applied to a lot of industrial environments to save costs and to improve processes.

AI News

China Opened An Entire Hospital Staffed With Robots

The facility, dubbed the Smart Field Hospital, carried out basic screening tasks such as tracking temperature, heart rate and blood oxygen levels, taken care of by robots, courtesy of Beijing-based startup CloudMinds.

AI News

APARA Sees The Need To Leverage AI in Caring For The Elderly

The Government has projected that one in four Singaporeans will be aged 65 or older by 2030.

Blog Contributions

Why is AI Crucial To Community Aged Care

By Dr Jit-Seng Tan (Vice-President of APARA – Asia Pacific Assisted Robotics Association)

Blog Contributions

Trust in AI

By Mr Teng Chuan Hiang (Chair of Strategic Committee on Ethical and Responsible AI (ERAI) – Asia Pacific Assisted Robotics Association)

AI News

An AI That Mimics How Mammals Smell Recognizes Scents Better Than Other AI

Using the mammalian brain as a blueprint, scientists designed an artificial neural network that can keep learning new aromas without forgetting others.

AI News

Six Questions To Ask Yourself When Reading About AI

Hardly a week goes by without some breathless bit of AI news touting a “major” new discovery or warning us we are about to lose our jobs to the newest breed of smart machines.

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If Computers Are So Smart, How Come They Can’t Read?

Deep learning excels at learning statistical correlations, but lacks robust ways of understanding how the meanings of sentences relate to their parts.

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How To Build Artificial Intelligence We Can Trust

Computer systems need to understand time, space and causality. Right now they don’t.

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AI's Hardest Problem? Developing Common Sense

Artificial Intelligence has seen radical advances of many kinds over the last years, roundly beating human champions in games like Go and poker that once seemed out of reach. Advances in other domains like speech recognition, machine translation, and photo tagging has become routine. Yet something foundational is still missing: ordinary common sense.

AI News

Don’t Trust AI Until We Build Systems That Earn Trust

Progress in artificial intelligence belies a lack of transparency that is vital for its adoption, says Gary Marcus, coauthor of “Rebooting AI”

AI News

Rise Of The Machines: IT Looks Like Boom Time For AI in Singapore

We still have trust issues with AI. How should we regulate it?

AI News

Artificial Intelligence Expected To Have A Bigger Role In Board Decision-Making

“Less considered is how directors can use AI within the boardroom to process larger data-sets, test management assumptions, run more scenarios around capital-allocation decisions and gain greater insight into real-time organisation culture.”

AI News

Robotics Investments Recap: February 2020

This past month, The Robot Report and sibling site Robotics Business Review tracked a total of 25 reported investments, mergers, and acquisitions across automation. The reported values were worth a total of $1.19 billion.

AI News

Alibaba Says AI Can Identify Coronavirus Infections With 96% Accuracy

New algorithm can complete disease recognition process within 20 seconds.

Announcements

Announcement on the Launch of AIBotics 2020

APARA is a non-profit organization and has been founded with the motivation to help users of technology to place emphasis on the Augmentation of Human Potential.

Announcements

AIBotics Media Release

APARA (Asia Pacific Assistive Robotics Association), in partnership with the Sphere Exhibits (a subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings), has launched a brand new trade show on the adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics.

Announcements

Postponement of AIBotics 2020

Owing to the situation in respect to the Corona virus outbreak, AIBotics 2020 has been re-scheduled to 3–5 August 2020.

AI News

Covariant and ABB Partner to Deploy Integrated AI Robotic Solutions

ABB, the world-leading supplier of industrial robots, and Silicon Valley AI start-up, Covariant, today announced a partnership to bring AI-enabled robotics solutions to market, starting with a fully autonomous warehouse order fulfilment solution martech news.

Blog Contributions

How AI Can Assist Physician in Healthcare

By Dr Jit-Seng Tan (Vice-President of APARA – Asia Pacific Assisted Robotics Association)

Blog Contributions

AI and the Future of Work

By Ms Shanlynn Lee (President of APARA – Asia Pacific Assisted Robotics Association)

Blog Contributions

Adoption of AI in Robotics – The Future of Work

By Oliver Tian (Oliver Tian Associates, and Honorary Advisor to APARA – Asia Pacific Assisted Robotics Association)

AI News

AI and Robotics Can Lend A Helping Hand In Many Sectors

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics are among the new technologies underpinning the shift towards Industry 4.0

AI News

How to Ensure Artificial Intelligence Benefits Society

Leading artificial-intelligence researcher Stuart Russell shares in a conversation with James Manyika why a new approach for AI is necessary.

AI News

AIBotics 2020: AI and Robotics Event Themed Around "Augmenting Human Potential"

APARA (Asia Pacific Assistive Robotics Association), and Sphere Exhibits (a subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings), is hosting a new trade show to drive Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics.

AI News

AI会议:政府与业界须探讨 如何管制使用人工智能科技

采用人工智能科技,不论是用来推动医疗发展或打造智慧城市,都可能涉及一定的道德问题,政府和业界须探讨如何对此进行管制与教育,来更好地落实这项科技。

AI News

Opinion: How Singapore Can Embrace The Man vs Machine Dynamic

An opinion piece by Oliver Tian, immediate past president of Singapore Industrial Automation Association in conjunction with Singapore International Robo Expo 2018

AI News

Singapore Launches New AI Strategy

Singapore has long served as a bastion of technological advancement, and is undoubtedly one of the most connected and innovative countries in the world.

AI News

Governing AI: Can Regulators Control Artificial Intelligence?

In conversation with Dr Greg Benson, professor of computer science at the University of San Francisco, about the many challenges facing regulators in a world that could soon be dominated by robots.

AI News

AI’s Impact on the Future of Work

AI, machine learning, deep learning and automation are no longer future technologies, they’ve already found traction in the enterprise. Whether it’s to organize data, to uncover trends or to make human’s lives easier, AI can have a positive impact on the enterprise – if we let it.

AI News

Trying to get on Robots' softer side

The time has come for robots to leave factories and enter homes, one new industry group here believes.

AI News

Regulator to study how AI will affect workers in Singapore

Singapore's next step on the artificial intelligence (AI) frontier will be to study the technology's impact on workers.

AI News

Singapore's Sweeping AI Plans Show Why it is World's Most Competitive Economy

Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat is right to put artificial intelligence (AI) at the forefront of the city-state's plans to transform the economy.

AI News

How Will Artificial Intelligence Impact Jobs?

There is growing concern about artificial intelligence (AI) taking away jobs. The arguments can be categorized into three camps.

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