Emergence of AI in Singapore – F & B Industry

“Can they [robots] replace a smile? You can have a robot, but you need that human touch. Customers like it when you ask them, ‘Are you okay?’” – Ravi Velu, owner of Velu’s Curry Imagine patronising a restaurant where you are being served by ‘robot waitresses’. Well, this is not just a pipe dream, but a reality


Emergence of AI in Singapore – Will Robots Take Over Our Jobs?

As artificial intelligence continues to get smarter, social robots are poised to replace humans and become receptionists or personal assistants to bosses, journalists and lawyers in the offices of the future. Meet Nadine, a ‘Friendly’ Robot Receptionist Decades ago, bosses hired secretaries to record their daily schedules and typists to churn out contracts and reports.

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Drones: Flying Robots Set to Soar in Singapore

“We believe that in the future, unmanned autonomous vehicles (not just aerial vehicles) will become an integral part of a city’s infrastructure, monitoring their surroundings and carrying out various tasks in the background.” – Mr Mark Yong, CEO & co-founder of Garuda Robotics Drones are flying robots also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). The drone

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Smartphone Addiction: Is Switching Off an Option?

“On average, Singapore’s millennials are spending 3.4 hours a day on their mobile phones, whereas others within Asia Pacific are spending 2.8 hours a day.” – Deloitte’s 2014 Global Mobile Consumer Survey In today’s age of rapid digitalisation, smartphones are becoming an extension of one’s self. In a recent study, market research company YouGov highlighted that

Huawei Saga Offers Opportunity for Global Telecom Giants

The arrest of Huawei Technologies’ CFO is the latest affirmation that trust and security will play increasingly central roles in the regulation of the telecommunications sector globally. The reason? 5G wireless technology. 5G, or fifth-generation wireless, is on the cusp of replacing both 4G wireless and broadband Wi-Fi networks for businesses and households. The buildout

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You May Not Actually Own Your Bitcoin – Legal Expert

The price of Bitcoin has dropped by 75% in the past year, so anyone who invested heavily at the peak will have lost a lot of money. And now there’s more bad news for crypto-currency investors to worry about: they may not legally own the digital assets they have purchased. My colleagues and I have recently completed

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Data Security : The Risks in Modern Living

Technology has become such an inextricable part of our everyday lives that we sometimes wonder how people in the past survive without it. According to a study released in February 2017 by professional services firm EY, people in Singapore spend at least five hours every day on IT gadgets. The survey polled 1,000 people aged

I’ve Always Wondered: Why Did Mammals Go The Fur Route, Rather Than Developing Feathers?

This is an article from I’ve Always Wondered, a series where readers send in questions they’d like an expert to answer. Send your question to Assuming feathers are superior to fur in terms of water protection and insulation, I’ve always wondered: why did mammals go the fur route, rather than developing feathers? – Shane, Perth


Home-Grown Apps: By Singaporeans for Singaporeans

Singapore is gradually gaining recognition as the Silicon Valley of Asia thanks to its education system, IT infrastructures for startups, government funding and massive investment opportunities. The rapid growth of e-commerce has made the tiny island the ultimate app destination, especially among MNCs and startups seeking cost-efficient apps. Apple even featured a section on their

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