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The city-state has set aside 40 million Singapore dollars (more than $29.5 million) to support 5G research and innovation.
Sreeram Iyer, chief operating officer for institutional business at ANZ, said "it was quite hard to find adequately mature fintechs" a few years ago.
SGInnovate, Singapore's early-stage fund, prefers to invest into so-called deep technologies, according to its head of venture investing.
E-commerce platform Bukalapak has in recent years ventured outside of Indonesia and into Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
The next generation of Wi-Fi tech is set to launch in late 2019 and is expected to transform experiences for consumers and institutions.
George Wang of Singapore Airlines says technology has transformed the way the company serves its customers.
Renzo Taal of Salesforce discusses the impact of artificial intelligence on jobs. He says it's important for employers to take concerns surrounding this issue "very seriously."
Richard Teng of Abu Dhabi Global Market says most regulators haven't spent enough time looking at the financial technology sector and ADGM needs to do "much more."
Sreeram Iyer of ANZ Bank says it used to be difficult to find "adequately mature" fintechs who had options for corporate banking businesses, but there is now increasing maturity in their capability to scale up to work with bigger institutions.
Anja Hendel of Porsche says the company is too small to do it alone and really likes to work with start-ups. She also weighs in on autonomous driving use cases for the auto firm.
Fajrin Rasyid of Bukalapak, an Indonesian start-up, says his company could provide unique products and services that can be tailored for Muslim populations such as those in the Middle East.
Grazia Vittadini of Airbus said artificial intelligence could relieve pilots from "mundane" and routine tasks, and could help the firm reach it target of running a single-pilot operation.
Making money off an AI program, collecting high quality data and changing the mindset of consumers could be challenging, experts said.
Bangkok is up next, potentially followed by Manila and Kuala Lumpur, according to a manager at the company.
A Grab co-founder said his company has been "battled-tested" to take on Indonesia's Go-Jek as the latter expands abroad.
The host of fears and uncertainty about the future of artificial intelligence is groundless, Salesforce's chief scientist said.
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As the United States and China compete to dominate artificial intelligence technology, the two countries could end up each running 50 percent of the internet in the future.
In 2009, Damon teamed up with Gary White to launch Water.org, a charity dedicated to delivering safe water and sanitation to everyone.
At 84, Goodall continues to raise awareness surrounding wildlife, and travels some 300 days a year.