AI is expected to be one of the driving technologies for smart cities. The current pandemic has forced cities across the globe to change, becoming more competitive, productive and smart. Artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to be one of the driving technologies for smart cities. As countries around the world plan for their smart cities,
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It would be wonderful if 2021 held the promise of a thinking robot like Wall-E or Eva that could fix the car, replace the washing machine parts and sort out the bins. But it doesn’t. What it does hold, however, are incremental innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) that are set to make tweaks of change
First, how well do you know about AI and the examples of AI in our daily life?Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the ability of computer-controlled machines to simulate human intelligence by thinking and acting like humans. It is impacting the future of virtually every industry and every human being.It can be pretty hard to see how it
From the desk of Shawn Tan, CEO, SkymindCITIES are like beacons of hope: positioned as focal points for business and investment opportunities, offering the promise of prosperity, greater access to quality education and a high standard of modern living to their populace.Between now and 2025, McKinsey estimates that the world’s top 100 cities will account
(Image credit: Image source: Shutterstock/Imilian) Poor deployment of open source software is leading to unnecessary data risks and operational costs. It was in 1967 that we saw the first step towards banking automation, with the inaugural installation of an ATM in the UK. Five decades later, we welcomed the launch of open banking in the
Maddyness recently interviewed Shawn Tan, CEO, Skymind Global Ventures to understand why he believes AI could be an essential tool and the key to tackling the COVID-19 Pandemic.Shawn highlights that artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics solutions are playing a critical role in managing the impact of COVID-19 and shaping our response to the pandemic.
The lack of diversity in AI will have a major impact on how the global population engages in the digital future. Shawn Tan, CEO of AI ecosystem builder Skymind, discusses the challenges and opportunities to attract more women into the industry. If artificial intelligence is to reach its full potential in revolutionising financial services, we need to diversify the
In his youth, Shawn Tan was a college drop-out who loved to party. At the tender age of 18, he ditched his UCL law degree after two months and returned to Malaysia to tell his unsuspecting parents that, with hindsight, being a lawyer was not for him. Within months, the teenager had launched his first
McKinsey estimates that the world’s top 100 cities will account for 35 percent of global GDP growth between now and 2025 as the global population continues to migrate to urban living, with 68% estimated to be residing in cities by 2050. As urbanisation increases, cities and suburbs will undergo significant transformations to create sustainable living
A good book is hard to come by these days and with Youtube videos, AI-related contents are easily digested at the expense of your time only. Educational blogs are also a good alternative for those who prefer reading in detail. Yet, nothing can top the immersive experience of a good book, so here is our