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A*Star, ChemoPower open S$3.9m lab to study TCM herbs

THE Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) announced on Monday that it has opened a new laboratory together with chemical analysis firm, ChemoPower Technology.

Contactless payments the new normal post-Covid, says Adyen

CONSUMERS increasingly favour technological retail experiences, a development that has been hastened by the Covid-19 pandemic.

New centre to help tech start-ups bring products to market faster

Singapore technology start-ups looking to deploy their artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things products and solutions can do so much faster with help from the new PlanetSpark...

S'pore firm's robot baristas to serve up coffee in Japan

Local start-up Crown Technologies has secured an investment from a subsidiary of East Japan Railway Company, which will boost the deployment of its robot baristas at selected JR East train...

Say 'cheese': A temperature scanner took your photo. But wait. Why?

SEEMINGLY innocuous, temperature-taking cameras with facial-recognition capabilities have been installed across the country. Thousands of people walk up for a temperature check, but are presented...

UOB pioneers new AI solution for anti-money laundering checks

UOB is making use of a new artificial intelligence (AI) solution that is "highly accurate" in identifying suspicious transactions and connected parties as it combats increased sophistication in...'s systems can predict if you have Covid-19

IF ALGORITHMS can be used to predict the types of shows that someone enjoys, or the gadgets consumers buy, could it also alert people before they get sick and even how much their hospital bills...

Defending against virus risks with tech tools

AS Singapore takes a cautious, risk-managed approach to reopening its borders and economy, technology solutions will play a key role in preventing a resurgence of the Covid-19 virus.

Singapore unveils Tech.Pass scheme to woo top global tech talents

SINGAPORE's Economic Development Board (EDB) is rolling out a new "Tech.Pass" to support the entry of up to 500 proven founders, leaders and experts from top tech companies into Singapore.

Grab and Microsoft to help some drivers transition to tech careers

GRAB is partnering Microsoft to help interested drivers in Singapore switch to entry-level software development roles through a training programme.

S$20m scheme to help Singapore's built-environment sector adopt digital solutions

THE Singapore government will set aside S$20 million to help companies in the built environment sector implement digital solutions to keep worksites and employees safe, said Minister for National...