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Innovfest Unbound 2019 Agenda

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    As we hurtle towards 2020, we speak to industry-leading companies on how they innovate to digitalise their offerings and deliver greater value to their customers - while maintaining strong brand loyalty. How do they incorporate the newest technologies like AI and blockchain to create new possibilities and enhanced customer experiences in the hi-tech economy? What do these experts foresee in the next 5 years, and what are the steps they are taking to futureproof their companies?

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    Electric cars are now more advanced than traditional gasoline cars in every feature. With the development of AI, ML, Processing powers and advanced sensors the autonomous driving has made the integration into the electric cars. However, the future of transport is more than just self-driving cars - it talks to the very infrastructure all around us, modes of transport, and must consider more than just roads and cars.

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    Southeast Asia is now home to eight unicorns, and signs are pointing to even more growth driven by tech companies and startups. When will Southeast Asia mature from a promising regional market into the next big world economy? As global powers China and US continue to engage in their trade war, what does this mean for the region? World Economic Forum has predicted that a full blown trade war will result in a reduction in global GDP growth, along with increased cost of capital and a drop in investments. How can startups and companies in this region step up to circumvent and prevent loss?

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    The advent of the intelligent age will bring about a generation of a smarter and more efficient workforce. The onus is on companies to properly prepare and educate, and not fear-monger, their employees on the future of work in the digital age so as to achieve a smooth transition into a new future. How do companies prepare themselves to utilise technology to make the future of work smarter, while keeping new variables like globalisation, changing demographics, and geopolitical transformations in mind?

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    From online banking to insurance e-portals, between startups and Fortune 500 companies, fintech has become a deeply established vertical that has changed the way we interact with money and finance. How will the latest developments in the AI and blockchain space shake things up? Our panelists share their insights on how deep tech will invigorate and revolutionize the fintech market.

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    With fintech and their new incumbents disrupting the traditional banking industry, it is clear that the digital revolution in financial services is under way, but the impact on current banking players is not as well defined. Digital disruption has the potential to shrink the role and relevance of today’s banks, and simultaneously help them create better, faster, cheaper services that make them an even more essential part of everyday life for institutions and individuals. To make the impact positive, banks are acknowledging embracing openness and collaboration so as to remain relevant and increasingly accessible for millennials.

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    The Digital Society Index ranks countries across three dimensions of the digital economy: dynamism, inclusion and trust. It contrasts top down, "national level" metrics of digitalisation against "bott ...
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    Finding your voice and telling your story as a new (or even established) brand is a tricky balance of art and science. We talk to experts, look at case studies, and crack the secret sauce behind compelling brand storytelling.

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    According to a study by Cisco, 82% of consumer internet traffic will be in video form by 2020. The power of video is simply phenomenal: when utilised well, they will help you tell stories that drive results and increase engagement. Learn how to supercharge your marketing efforts and capture more eyeballs, retain your audience, or simply tell your story with videos.

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    Homegrown directors, producers, and writers continue to outdo themselves, putting a creative spin on traditional genres and styles, and with the help of technology - go on to win international awards that put Singapore on the global map. We talk to our local talents about their muses, difficulties they face, how technology has widened their reach, and where they see Singapore's creative scene in the next 5 years.

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    We open Arise with a bird's-eye overview of the deeptech ecosystem. With ever-clearer verticals emerging, what does the roadmap look like for deep tech through 2019 and beyond? What have we achieved, and how far can we go to impact the world?

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    From linear regression to deep learning, AI technology has evolved tremendously. What is AI technology - CNN, RNN, LSTM, GAN - capable of in 2019? What can we realistically expect its applications to be in the next decade? Will AI replace us, and do we really have to fear for our livelihoods? Our domain experts give us a crystal-clear overview of the current AI landscape.

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    Cryptocurrency may be blockchain's best-known vertical, but it's just the tip of the iceberg. There are, in fact, myriad applications across other sectors that startups and corporates alike are beginning to explore. What's next for blockchain post-ICO boom? On this panel, we dive deeper into how blockchain as a technology is poised to revolutionize traditional approaches to security and efficiency in industries such as healthcare and finance. Which verticals make sense for blockchain and which don't?

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    With the global population pyramid gradually inverting, retaining quality of life through our prolonged years has become more crucial than ever. How can healthtech and medtech increase the living standards of the aging population? The importance of healthcare tech is ever-rising with its potential to improve quality of life through awareness and early detection of potential illness, relapse, and injury., as well as improve quality and cost of treatment and medication.

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    Poised to roll out in 2020, 5G is expected to be as much as 100 times faster than the present 4G systems. Once that is implemented, 5G will transform businesses and technology in a powerful and groundbreaking way across IOT, autonomous vehicles, data collection etc. Until then, how do we ensure that we are future-ready and that the right digital infrastructure is set up?

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    Deep tech is revolutionary. It also requires incredible expertise and capital, as well as sound translation from algorithms to practicality. As the driving force of the tech ecosystem, these experts explain the factors of consideration and how to make smart investments when it comes to deeptech startups, and the signs of a success story in the making.

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    90% of data was created in the past two years; by 2020, there will be 40 trillion gigabytes of data. How can businesses effectively utilise big data: namely, to sieve efficiently through the troves of information to analyse relevant data, develop optimised metrics, and use them to guide decisions towards success?

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    Robots have been touted for years for their potential ability to perform human tasks. What do the latest developments in the robotics automation space mean? How will the evolution of robots in the industrial space alter its processes and shape its future, and how can we stay relevant to work alongside them?

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    Alongside real-life personal safety, the 21st century brings about another layer of concern: cybersecurity. As a problem caused by and shifting with the evolution of technology, the latter is a unique problem set to tech solutions. How can individuals use tech to protect us from fake news and invasion of privacy? How can cyber-tech safeguard nations and companies against data breaches and cyber-attacks?

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    Alongside real-life personal safety, the 21st century brings about another layer of concern: cybersecurity. As a problem caused by and shifting with the evolution of technology, the latter is a unique problem set to tech solutions. How can individuals use tech to protect us from fake news and invasion of privacy? How can cyber-tech safeguard nations and companies against data breaches and cyber-attacks?

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    Against the backdrop of a complex and growing cyber threat landscape, organisations have waken up to the fact that one of the biggest weakness in their defense against cyberattacks is their own employ ...
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    The travel industry is expanding at an unprecedented pace. Aviation traffic is forecasted to double in the next 15 years, with significant growth projected for Southeast Asia, and Singapore being at the centre of it.

    Singapore Airlines invites you to co-create new technology solutions and business models to unlock opportunities, accelerate business growth and create a major impact in the aviation and travel space. Through KrisLab, Singapore Airlines’ newly launched digital innovation lab, SIA aims to be the leading digital airline in the world and drive innovation with programmes designed to co-innovate with partners across various industries, ecosystems and fields of expertise – from passionate entrepreneurs and start-ups to corporate innovation labs, research institutions, government agencies,  venture capitalists and more.

    This session features insights from a panel of industry experts who will share their co-innovation experiences via a panel discussion.
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    With the advent of the knowledge economy, universities are increasingly tasked to directly drive economic growth through the production of innovative technologies and entrepreneurial talent. Within Southeast Asia, this dimension has also come to encompass ecosystem building, venture development, and proactive industry engagement -- particularly in markets where the tech ecosystem is immature or local absorptive capacity limited. 

    Bringing together representatives from leading universities in Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam, this session will present a diverse range of perspectives on how ASEAN universities have gone beyond the traditional bounds of their campuses to anchor the I&E development of their cities and countries.  Panelists will discuss the changing role of the university in entrepreneurial talent development and start-up ecosystem building, highlighting their novel strategies and approaches to deal with the unique contextual factors of their respective countries. 

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    In a world where cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the largest non-communicable disease (NCD) by morbidity and mortality, and the cause of more than 17 million deaths annually, innovative therapies and technologies play a key role in alleviating the disease management burden on individuals, families, communities and health systems by promoting long-term prevention against serious cardiovascular (CV) events such as strokes and heart attacks. This is why Bayer, in partnership with NUS Enterprise, is launching the Healthy Hearts, Healthy Ageing Asia Pacific Innovation Report at InnovFest Unbound 2019, which features critical insights and research data from a multi-disciplinary team of leading experts across the Asia/Pacific region. It highlights the CV health imperatives associated with ageing populations, and also proposes recommendations to embrace innovative therapies and technologies in support of the shift of health systems from costly acute care to preventive care.

    Join us as we bring together a panel of healthcare experts, innovators, academia and corporations to discuss the report, and examine the crucial role of health innovations in preventing CV events such as strokes and heart attacks in seniors. Learn about the burdens of managing CVDs in the long-term for seniors, caregivers and health systems, and examine the current challenges when it comes to the uptake of health innovations. Explore how public and private collaborations can bring the change and action needed to bridge the gap for patients to embrace innovative medicines and technologies.

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    A second year into uncovering new technologies, the Ocean of Opportunities Challenge is back once again, and takes its final pitching to InnovFest unBound 2019, where the top finalist teams pit their innovative ideas against each other on six challenge statements announced earlier in March this year. The six challenge statements tackle issues commonly found in the shipping and maritime industry namely: real-time monitoring & tracking, auto-digitalisation, prevention of fouling, digitalisation in ship inspection, machine learning models and optimising use of CRM tools.

    Join in to witness the exciting pitches by the teams as they anchor their creative solutions for the Challenge. Winners of the Challenge can look forward to sail away with cash prizes, dedicated mentorship, incubation support and industry exposure. This Challenge is jointly brought to you by Symphony Creative Solutions, Ocean Network Express and NUS Enterprise.
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    "The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man” - so said George Bernard Shaw. It is indeed true that humans are causing climate change especially in pursuit of economic growth. Many would concur that such pursuit is reasonable given the prevailing contexts of poverty and the need for reasonable living standards. Therefore, we are looking into technologies that can build  more sustainable cities. This search for innovations is relevant not only to City States – but for all cities. This is because cities exert significant pressure on the supporting ecosystems, which are not isolated systems. While we often talk about reuse, reduce and recycle, we are also exploring emerging trends and implementing initiatives that drive this movement to lay the foundation for a circular economy.

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    Customer experiences are no longer defined solely by a single end point of either a store or ecommerce site. Today, a smartphone-enabled consumer engages with a brand at multiple virtual and physical touchpoints, often repeatedly, and in a world where everything touchable is shoppable, a purchasing transaction can occur anywhere. Multi-channel and omnichannel have now been superseded by mono-channel, and that channel is the customer. 

    This new session examines how smart fashion and lifestyle brands reinvent the concept of immersive experience, and at the same time glean rich data insights that enable increasingly personalized conversations. But don’t look for gimmicks or screens without a raison d’être; hear instead about intelligent and powerful solutions that seamlessly enrich the customer journey.

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    The increasing number of applications enabled by direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic tests, ranging from predicting disease risk, pharmacogenomics to DNA-based beauty and wellness testing coupled with the widespread availability of testing kits across multiple retail channels has led to mushrooming opportunity in this area.  

    This session organized by Thermo Fisher Scientific, the leading vendor for genomics solutions will begin with a short overview of the DTC segment and brief presentations by executives of DTC companies. It will be followed by a panel discussion with the leaders from DTC companies operating across Asia on their business strategies, obstacles they face in bringing their service to the market and how increasing consumer appetite for pharmacogenomic and other types of testing is helping foster current and future DTC opportunities. The session will also delve into how Thermo-Fisher has enabled start-up and established DTC companies with customized solutions to meet diverse requirements spanning ethnicities, applications and DNA testing needs across the globe. The session will conclude with the announcement of a contest for DTC start-ups to submit a business proposal.

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    Cisco invites you to join us and our partners to create new and innovative solutions.

     

    Our newly launched Co-Innovation Center in Singapore – the first in Southeast Asia and 14th globally – joins Cisco’s global network of Co-Innovation Centers to realise the possibilities of digital transformation in IoT, and supports the Singapore Government’s Smart Nation Initiative. Simultaneously, our new Cisco Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (CCX) houses a new Talos threat intelligence headquarters and Cisco Security Operations Center (SOC) that will partner with government, industry and universities to improve national cybersecurity posture and grow regional talent.

    At Cisco, we aim to unify local ecosystems to collaborate and co-engineer digital breakthroughs for customers that can be scaled globally, across multiple industries. As just one example, our Cisco Tokyo Co-Innovation Centre partnered with FANUC – one of the largest makers of industrial robots in the world – to deploy connected IoT technologies in a manufacturing facility that prevented downtime and increased uptime of robotic operations.

    These two new centers will further augment Cisco’s co-innovation drive in Singapore, and open new avenues for partnerships with the industry. Join us at this session to learn more about our co-innovation efforts and how you can be part of the action.

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    Baby monitors are no longer just cameras that let you observe your babies from another room. Modern techonologies are being applied to baby monitoring, allowing parent to know what is going on inside their babies. What are the implications of such information to both parents and the baby care and health industries in the future?
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    Taken as a single entity, ASEAN is the third largest economy in Asia.  Rising spending power, increased urbanization, a young population and strong mobile/internet penetration translate into lucrative opportunities for entrepreneurs.  However, the countries that make up ASEAN are also highly fragmented, differing along lines of language, culture, politics, economic development, and more.  For start-ups, this means going regional often means going multi-local.  How can start-ups capture a diverse market?  What pitfalls should they avoid?  This panel session brings together experienced entrepreneurs and investors to help you navigate the challenges and identify the key strategies needed to succeed in Southeast Asia. 

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    Mr Wonki Min is a Minister with the Republic of Korea's Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP), and he also serves as Chair of the OECD Committee on Digital Economy Policy. We hear how he foresees a future of trust and innovation in the age of AI.

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    AI technologies are transforming businesses and people’s lives in many different ways. What can be done to enable innovation while protecting consumer interests? How can regulators and policymakers respond to the challenges from AI when AI technologies are evolving at such fast pace? There are no easy answers, but our responses today are key to our future tomorrow. Hear from global industry and government leaders as they discuss these perplexing yet pertinent issues.

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    With the growing prevalence of data breaches and the massively interconnected world we live in, new ways to verify identity and protect privacy will be game changers. Blockchain is natural for this role because it provides robust, incorruptible — yet encrypted — recordkeeping that anyone can easily verify. How can this be adopted by mainstream companies, and what are some conversations we should first have?

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    People are now enjoying longer and healthier lives than their ancestors. But as any medical researcher will attest, ambitions go much further. Work to exert greater control over rogue immune systems, as well as to develop technological solutions to zero diseases, is showing initial promise.

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    The world watches with bated breath as they attempt to predict the next moves of the BAT and other Chinese giants - like JD.com and Meituan - aggressively double down on their presence in Asia. Despite Southeast Asia’s fragmented and highly different markets, we’ve seen notable investments and M&As as these Chinese giants support and back the emergence of tech unicorns out of SEA. As this trend shows no sign of ceasing, we investigate key driving factors, and talk to key players to figure out what’s next for these Chinese giants in this region.

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    The future of food tech is bright but potentially littered with legislative and executional concerns. How can food tech help maintain sustainable practices along the food supply chain? Can it enable effective redistribution of food and water supplies to alleviate/eliminate hunger and lack of clean water? If so, what are some necessary practical steps to be taken?

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    AI is improving and advancing at unprecedented speeds. The challenge for mankind is how we apply and implement AI to advance and improve issues like climate change and sustainability to create a better tomorrow.

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    As tech advances, we need to also take steps to ensure that improvements are made towards diversity and inclusion. We talk to companies who are taking active steps to tackle discrimination and lack of representation, and learn why this is so important.

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    Netflix has dramatically changed the media and video consumption landscape. We hear from Netflix how they continue to innovate with technology to constantly deliver better content that's most suited for you.

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    How do you sell and target when your audience is so fragmented and diverse? Top marketing experts in the industry let us in on their secrets.

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    How have digital platforms changed the way we tell stories and reach new audiences? Traditional forms of storytelling are continually disrupted as technology advances. Cutting age technology like AR and VR allows for stories to be experienced differently - creators and storytellers have more room than ever to tell their story through digital means.

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    The ever-burgeoning power of the mobile device has allowed for a whole generation of people to become gamers while hard-core titles from top publishers are achieving photo-realistic graphics. Combine this with the advent of Virtual Reality where consumers can be part of stories like never before and it’s not hard to see how gaming, which for years has pioneered tech trends, will become more and more ubiquitous.

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    Spotify, Tencent Music, and other music streaming platforms have been amping and social engineering music platforms to focus on sharing and discovery. How does this help our Asian artistes find a wider audience, and how can artistes work hand in hand with these platforms to bring Asian music to the world?

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    By 2020, Gen Z will make up 40% of the population, and to ignore Gen Z will be akin to ignoring a dominant force in the marketplace. Gen Z is also likely to be more tech-savvy than other generations because they grew up with tech and because of improvements in technology education. These skills enable them to play a larger role in the media they consume and the technology they use. We take a peek on how different their consumption habits are, and what you or your brand can do to capture the Gen Z market.

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    Gone were the days when community building and social interaction had to take place face to face, technology now allows people to reach out and engage with a live audience from miles away. We discuss the longevity of this phenomenon, how experts foresee streaming to evolve, and the multi-million dollar question: best monetisation practices.

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    The digital landscape continues to change rapidly. Within the last year alone, there was GDPR which took the advertising world by storm and flipped it upside down. Giants like Facebook, Google, and Programmatic continue to evolve. and we speak to experts on how to create more informed, data-oriented, customised experiences to drive optimal results.

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    From farms to skyscrapers, the society is moving towards a futuristic, technology-enabled environment. How do we utilize technology to build better infrastructure?
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    Translating novel university based MedTech inventions into commercial ventures is a highly complex and challenging task. The JUMPstart programme (A joint programme between the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University for MedTech commercialisation) provides the necessary resources and guidance to demystify the process. This pitching event will showcase some of the most exciting, locally grown MedTech start-ups from the JUMPstart programme across the three major technological universities in Singapore: National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), and Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). Whether you are an investor, aspiring MedTech entrepreneur or just interested in cool MedTech products, you will find the session extremely fulfilling.  Join us as these MedTech Start-ups unravel their discoveries and share their technological innovations. 

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    Witness the transformation of the best of NUS deep research and talent into next generation industry solutions and innovation through the NUS Graduate Research Innovation Programme (GRIP). From groundbreaking micro drone pollination, to high quality video streaming technology and revolutionary 3D printed personalised medicine, NUS GRIP will be showcasing it’s inaugural group of deep tech spin-offs in NUS.

    Whether you are an investor or industry partner looking for the next big innovation, join us to meet our prototype-ready spin offs at this session.  Our growing portfolio of start-ups have started securing customers, investments and publicity well beyond Singapore. Be part of the exciting journeys of these deep tech start-ups.

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    Join the experts as they share about the latest developments in the medical field and how technology could drive future breakthroughs in oncology. Learn about the advancement of cancer and pain treatment whilst in the ever-changing medical environment. The Mundipharma Cancer Care Challenge will be featuring the top 6 healthcare startups solving the most pressing issues in the industry.
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    In the age of social media, smart cities and big data, data privacy has become an increasingly important issue. Policy and regulation on data protection has been articulated, debated, and adopted to protect and empower individual data privacy, as well as reshape the way organizations approach data privacy. However, this is an ongoing process due to technological developments that raise new concerns.

    In this forum, we would like to explore the future of data privacy from two adversarial perspectives, namely individual interest and organizational interest, and how we approach general data protection while achieving harmony between local and global perspectives. For example, multiple organizations may collaborate to gain insights for complex operational needs, should a data breach occur as results of information sharing, individuals might be denied services like insurance or credit cards.

    In this forum, we bring together experts from government, academia, and industry. Through the unique and diverse viewpoints from the panelists, this forum aims to gain insights on this matter and to spark discussion on the future needs and research directions.

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    Asian start-ups seeking to make global impact are increasingly looking beyond Silicon Valley as their first point of expansion. Emerging tech powerhouses outside of the US stand as attractive alternatives, luring promising foreign entrepreneurs through start-up-friendly tax incentives, liberal immigration policies, access to affordable talent and white space in the market. 

    This interactive session will take you on a tour of four dynamic tech start-up hubs – Stockholm, Toronto, Tel Aviv and Munich, with specific emphasis on each hub’s distinctive clusters of tech capabilities, local government support policies, incubator/accelerator infrastructures, and international collaborative opportunities that make their respective locales ideal for Asian entry.  Join us to meet the key players in these tech hubs, tap onto their networks and explore new pathways for your start-up’s international growth.
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    The concept of retirement – and old age itself – is being reshaped by a record number of baby boomers who are living longer and are technologically savvier than ever before. How is the silver generation and their caregivers embracing technology to improve quality of life and financially prepare for retirement and eldercare costs? How are businesses including the banking, employee benefits and insurance sector innovating for the ageing society?  This session brings together leading industry experts, foundations and startups to share insights on successful initiatives and potential avenues for innovation in Asia.

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    Supported by NRF Singapore, The Elevator is a platform specially organised to help researchers, pre-seed and seed stage start-ups who are seeking to commercialise their technologies and raise industry and investor interests. 

    Conducted in thematic format, the 9th edition will showcase Singapore’s young food technologists and start-ups selected from national institutes of higher learning across Singapore, to pitch their innovations. Several of these teams have just completed the Lean LaunchPad programme to validate their business opportunities. We invite food innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, technology scouts, food companies and SMEs who co-create in the food space to spark collaborative and investment opportunities.

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