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In the face of the pandemic that has spread to all corners of the world, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and technology have provided vital tools to guide all industry leaders through to the other side. Whether it be identifying and predicting outbreaks, diagnosing the virus or delivering medical supplies, AI has shown a huge contribution in driving us through to the post-pandemic era! 

Join this session to learn of the latest developments in AI and how this technology is designed to tackle Covid-19 across industries ranging from retail, to agriculture, to finance.
AI is transforming how businesses operate and deliver value, while simultaneously improving efficiencies across the organization. While governments have taken an increasingly important role in the advent of COVID-19 as citizens look to government agencies for trusted information for their individual safety, well-being and beyond, COVID-19 has also created a surge of customers calling their insurance companies, travel agencies, on-line retailers, unemployment services, and other public citizen services, etc. 

Businesses today are thinking about the best strategies for empowering their workforce as they return to work. The next generation CIOs and their team are prioritizing the crucial work of today's digital enterprises—managing and mining data to apply predictive insights that help lead to more impactful business results and lower cost. As we move out of the pandemic, businesses will experience real tension on operational efficiency, cost management, and new ways of client engagement, and this session will help guide how AI and the right strategies are crucial for businesses during this period of recession.
Singapore has unveiled a national AI strategy with the vision of becoming a leader in developing and deploying scalable, impactful AI solutions in key sectors of high value and relevance to its citizens and businesses by 2030. 

Mr. Laurence Liew will share about AI Singapore (AISG), a national AI programme launched by the Singapore government, its key programmes to build the AI ecosystem as well as initiatives to grow local AI talent. You will also learn about how AISG partners with the industry to accelerate their own AI and Data Science capabilities.   

COVID-19 has been one of the biggest global challenges of our generation. Customer behavior is changing at a staggering pace, and digital adoption has become necessary for survival. When the pandemic eventually recedes, sales and service organizations will have to continue to accommodate new attitudes and behaviors. What is the new role of AI and opportunities Post-COVID era? 
For several years, humans have been developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) and implementing it in increasingly many aspects of our lives, in hopes that it would generate more optimal results.

Yet, AI and Advanced Analytics techniques themselves can be severely biased, even when the modeler isn't.  How could this happen?

Dive into this issue with a Dr. Napat Jatusripitak, as he will guide us through real case studies in several areas such as;

AI in Healthcare Diagnosis, Should we trust AI or Physicians?
Predicting Road Accidents in Insurance Business
HR Analytics, Does Predicting People’s Performance with Robots a Final Answer?
Financial Crime Analytics

We’ll find out together where these biases stem from and how to solve them.  The highlight discussions are;

Diagnosing the Bias: Data Problem VS. Modeling Problem
Black Box Engine VS. White Box Engine
Balancing Act: Should AI be Regulated and How?

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The future of business is being disrupted by the pandemic and companies must accelerate digital transformation to thrive in the new normal. Param Kahlon, Chief Product Officer of UiPath will share how agility and adaptability can be spurred by automation. How companies have used hyperautomation, which combines RPA with AI, process mining, analytics and other advanced tools to provide the scalability, flexibilities and speed that make each company, department and team crisis-proof.


Analyst Report : Gartner Predicts that by 2024 organizations will lower operational costs by 30% by combining hyperautomation technologies with redesigned operations processes.  Read this Gartner report to find out more
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Whitepaper : Now is the time to automate: Find out how RPA can help your business be more resilient.
https://www.uipath.com/solutions/whitepapers/accelerate-rpa-with-process-mining?utm_source=techsauce&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=SW20TSSTH

Whitepaper : How RPA makes businesses more productive, processes more efficient and employee experience for the better.
Super Apps have changed how millions of Asian consumers buy food, move around the city, pay for just about everything and more. And now, amid a global pandemic, the role of the Super App is rapidly evolving to support ecosystems of hundreds of millions of people, as it aids in crisis response, community-building and eventual economic recovery.

Gojek’s Super App vision - design a platform that can rapidly solve problems at scale - has been put to the ultimate test during COVID. As nations in Southeast moved quickly to enforce mass social distancing efforts, many Gojek partners who rely on the platform for their very livelihood were made vulnerable. Overnight, fears around safety and hygiene became paramount for its millions of users. Needs and behaviors changed. So the Super App - and the thousands of individuals behind it - got to work.

Gautam Kotwal, Gojek’s Chief Data Officer, will discuss the company’s use of AI and data science to create greater business resilience, adapt to rapidly changing consumer needs, and to help to sustain the livelihoods of its ecosystem of drivers, merchants and other partners.
China is known as FAST; following the trend of the market as fast as possible. Efficiency becomes a crucial aspect that Chinese people are living by now a day. We have also witnessed the rapid growth of technology adoption rate inside the country that eventually China took it to another whole level onto the global scale. That has led to an epic competition between the United States and China on technology advancement development.

How has China risen as a technology superpower? What has been the impact China poses from its tech rise on global innovation? The battle on technology war between two economic superpowers will play out in which direction? Rebcca Fannin will engage us to discuss these issues in her session: ‘talk ‘Titans of China: Innovating Fast, Working Hard, Going Global.’
Singapore has unveiled a national game plan for developing and deploying artificial intelligence (AI) as it achieves its claim as to be a smart nation.  In relation to Singapore's AI development, Thailand’s AI industry is in the early stage of development. However, there are high demands for AI applications as a tool to solve social solutions in both countries.
 
How do two countries share the knowledge of AI’s development? Will there be an opportunity to innovate solutions on a larger regional scale? This session will be on the total spotlight shining on 'Thai & Singapore AI Strategies: How to Create More AI Talents'.
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The recent surge in and subsequent collapse of Bitcoin value has redirected our attention to the Blockchain architecture that underpins cryptocurrencies. Blockchain technology can redefine all aspects of the industry, whether it be the financial market, content distribution or supply chain management, so join this session to learn about blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionise the global economy!

This panel discussion provides insight into how Blockchain strategies will transform the functioning of Banks and Corporate firms. Delve into a session on the value of Blockchain Technology in the face of current adversities and how it contributes to plans for long-term Scalability in business.
Miko has interviewed many of the leading projects in the DeFi space for the Mikobits show. As the community advances into extreme yield farming and advanced governance, what can we expect from this rapidly growing space?
Cryptocurrency along with decentralized finance, aka Defi, has been mentioned more and more often nowadays. To respond to this trend, in this session, we will discover the ride of a lifetime of Changpeng Zhao, or CZ, the founder and CEO of Binance since he stepped into this digital asset market and founded one of the biggest crypto exchanges in the world.

CZ will expose key motivation he put and brings him to where he currently is since day 1 and the secrets behind the Binance rapid growth. The questions related to the potentials of cryptocurrency altogether with Defi attracting millions of people, Defi transforming the old traditional financial system or repeating the old history just like the ICO bubble, and the reason Binance focusing on the southeast Asia market will also all be answered by this competent CEO. Lastly, a trillion-dollar question, what does CZ see in the future of Binance and this digital asset market?

Decentralized finance (DeFi) is hailed by experts as the key driver to blockchain adoption today. What is DeFi and how will it enable the future of finance on the blockchain?  We will explore the application for DeFi and who will benefit it the most. How it will shape the future of Finance and what is the major development within the DeFi space.
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In the era of the global pandemic, HealthTech is a clear area for rapid growth and has contributed a huge role. From tracking cases to supporting front-line workers, loaning vital equipment and resources to providing online patient care, healthtech companies have risen to the challenge to fight coronavirus. 

This session discusses how the rapid switch to digital solutions across the healthcare sector - triggered by Covid-19 - will likely be a permanent and integral part of future healthcare systems. Digital health represents a form of disruption to the healthcare industry that founders, investors, and consumers alike, are extremely keen to see visualised. 
The idea behind telemedicine was originally to use technology to treat patients living in remote areas in countries with long distances between hospital, doctor, and patient. Today, telemedicine is much further developed and covers a long range of treatment areas. Furthermore, telemedicine solutions are applied in a broader context as it can provide faster treatment and with less resources. Patients do not need to travel to see the doctor or to spend time in the waiting room and they can feel more empowered. However, we still experience that there is resistance to the use of and implementation of telemedicine.
Digital Health and Health Technologies have been introduced in many countries around the world before the Covid-19 outbreak. However, the adoption, scaling and implementation of Digital Health has been a challenge and slowed down due to both technical, cultural, and other barriers. With the urgent and devastating situation of the pandemic we have seen how Digital Health solutions have been implemented at an amazingly fast pace for frontline care, surveillance, or discovery of new strategies.
We are living in a world of innovation, disruption, and a consistent change. The outbreak of Covid-19 shows us that the healthcare system needs to be ahead and promptly in handling the epidemics. Technology is definitely a beneficial tool that can help us navigate and overcome the disruption. Over the next decades, technology will play a significant role around the healthcare trends. Healthcare tech will allow innovation and investment to bloom remarkably in our world.
 
Justin Nguyen will share his knowledge with us about the healthcare tech industry. His session focuses on current investment trends within the industry, as well as in post-Covid19 era. Moreover, he will explain how technology will meet evolving healthcare needs; alongside with the challenges and opportunities for healthcare tech start-ups in Southeast Asia.
Mental Health issues have been increasing globally the past year. And on top of this the COVID-19 pandemic came as an additional stressor to many people around the globe. Social distancing and social isolation combined with job insecurity and loss as well as financial challenges has resulted in a mental health crisis. At the same time, the pandemic has certainly disrupted the way mental care is provided. Health organizations have had to react quickly and adopt new technologies as the need for virtual assistance is growing.
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As cities are becoming increasingly smart, they are becoming more livable and responsive to its inhabitants. Today however, we are seeing merely a preview of what technology has the potential to do for urban environments in the future. 

By implementing data and digital technology in the urban world, smart city and LivingTech can solve a range of public problems and make for a more livable city. Join this session to discuss the substantial unrealised potential of smart city technologies to improve urban quality of life across various aspects, whether it be safety, time and convenience, health, social connectedness or civic participation!
Since 1990s, telematics have been introduced into automobiles and fast forward post-2010 with the exponential adoption of internet networks, automobiles have since adopted connectivity to increase safety, driver and passenger experience and fleet management etc. What if we can use such data points to help cities advance in their smart city agenda? David will share several pain points and conceptual solutions on how telematics data can address cities problems.

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The future of the cities is SMART. Through 5G technology, Massive Internet of Things becomes a reality. This will enable cities and other public sector agencies to connect diverse sets of devices that deliver various urban services to the network and transform the urban services and citizen engagement. The data generated by these devices becomes a valuable asset for cities to achieve digital transformation.
 
As society is moving inevitably towards the age of 5G and the growing trend of Internet of Things (IoT), Ravi Koulagi will expose us to the sensation of this exciting new era through the lenses of dynamic interaction between 5G networks and smart cities. The highlights of this talk are;

- Unique characteristics of 5G Network
- Benefits of 5G for Smart Cities         
- How 5G can benefit transformation of Cities into Smart Cities – Transformative Use Cases     
Making “5G Enabled Smart Cities” a reality

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How do you define the word ‘Living Solution’? In this compelling session, we will know more about Nexter, a  company with a start-up concept invested by Siam Cement Group (SCG). We will unlock what is behind Nexter’s belief and how it impacts their goals. Their lean start-up idea and agile methodology will be another must-know information.

We will also dig deep into what Nexter does: how they transform people’s living in every angle, how they make impacts on smart cities projects, and how Nexter can improve everyone’s building experience with their smart building. Last but not least, Nexter will uncover their lessons and experience in working with corporate sectors.

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With growing populations, our cities have become much bigger. Inevitably more factories and urban activities equal an increase in demand for energy. Building a smart community takes more than just adoption of technology, but rather how to utilize it to create sustainable energy, infrastructure, and supply chain solutions for us all.
 
This session presented by Banpu - an International Versatile Energy Provider, we will hear about the energy trends intertwined with smart city solutions. By applying smart energy management with digital connectivity, Banpu will show us how this could be the solutions for smart city and energy sustainability that we could all benefit from.
Being born at the beginning of the 21st century, the younger learners today could be called ‘’digital natives”.  Their ways of thinking have been influenced by a digitized process, in which it comes with an ocean of information. In this sense, educators in many fields start to reskill the data gathering, screening and analyzing process. Empathizing & being a good listener, for instance, become important soft skills to professional education.

Future designers, architects and artists will be challenged by those competencies when they work with their even more complicated stakeholders as well as future world problems.

Dr. Antika will ignite design educators and other areas to inspire and co-create new platforms and new ingredients of teaching and learning.  Design education requires rethinking, reshaping, and to a certain extent, being disrupted.  Designers are no longer an artist, but the key change agent in this century.

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Technologies adoption has been integrated in people’s lives and made huge positive impacts. The advanced technologies, such as high speed internet connection, big data, cutting-edge infrastructure, and people, all fulfilled one another and generated a new model of city or what we call ‘Smart City’. However, this paradigm shift has required tons of resources, well organized planning from government and private sectors, and collaboration from the citizens.
 
India is one or the fastest growing country in recent years especially in the matter of Smart City along with sustainability. In this session, Chulamas Jitpatima-- Country Director, MQDC India - is going to share her experiences on  building smart sustainable spaces with a technological driven ecosystem which can up level the well-being of people in India, , and lastly the overview of Thailand and India collaboration in terms of developing  knowledge sharing ecosystems in the countries.
#Techsauce Global Summit 2020: Special Edition
Techsauce Global Summit 2020: Special Edition
#Techsauce Global Summit 2020: Special Edition
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