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Three global VCs share where start-ups go wrong when pitching their ideas.
William Bao Bean, general partner at early stage VC firm SOSV, says there is massive amounts of money flowing into AI in China.
New augmented reality software will be "huge" for taking the technology to the mainstream, tech evangelist Robert Scoble told CNBC.
It's not the Vision Fund, but SoftBank Ventures Korea is another unit of the Japanese conglomerate looking to invest in start-ups.
Japanese billionaire Taizo Son, founder and CEO of Mistletoe, says Southeast Asian start-ups can leapfrog their peers in developed markets.
Hanson Robotics' new project is SingularityNET, an open market in the cloud for artificial intelligence, Chief Scientist Ben Goertzel said.
Authorities in China, Japan, Singapore and the United States are looking for ways to control the rise in digital tokens.
The CEO of the government entity that supports innovators in Singapore talks about why there's no such thing as status quo in innovation.
JP Lee, partner and MD, SoftBank Ventures Korea, said he's particularly interested in data and artificial intelligence applications as he searches for start-ups.
Taavi Roivas, Vice President of the Estonian Parliament and former Prime Minister of Estonia, said his country and Singapore have a shared interest in smart cities and e-governance.
Taavet Hinrikus, co-founder of TransferWise, explains how the company's "Borderless" accounts will allow users to hold a balance in 27 countries.
Geoffrey See, founder of Choson Exchange, talks about how his social enterprise teaches North Koreans entrepreneurship and business skills.
Julian Hosp, co-founder and president, TenX, says it's up to ICOs to go the extra mile on transparency.
Getting researchers to take a break from the lab and try something new is a key goal, says Steve Leonard, founding CEO, SGInnovate.
Ben Moir of Snepo Research describes how haptic motors in clothing can be used to allow spectators to feel the same sensations athletes experience during a match.
Robert Scoble, author & entrepreneur, said software developers need time to develop new applications for the world of augmented reality.