Artificial intelligence news summary for July 2020
The collected AI news headlines below provide a brief snapshot of online artificial intelligence and machine learning news in July 2020. Given the brevity of this month’s update, we are also providing a number of links to online reports and pdfs, via the banners featured.
Items listed here span a range of subjects, including the impacts of artificial intelligence and machine learning tech in societal terms; for example, the use of AI in facial recognition systems, and the many impacts on our working environments.
Each AI news headline here links to the online article it was drawn from; each article you see here was also posted to Startup News Asia’s daily news feeds on social media and via the Startup News Asia app.
- A brief video-based snapshot of artificial intelligence headlines from the month past – tech developments, startups and applications
- South Korea: An intro to 5 of the country’s AI-driven healthcare startups, working on technology scales from nano-tech to predictive
- Singapore: A brief intro to the 15 startups receiving funding on graduating from Antler venture builder’s 4th Singapore program, spanning AI, HR, fintech and more
- Taiwan: Unblock Analysis gains recognition with AI-driven ‘know your customer’ tech, with likely participation in anti-money laundering standards-setting at G20 Summit
- Singapore: Percipient raises $5M with TWINNTM product allowing corporates to implement AI digital services without retiring their legacy systems
- Australia: VAPAR secures $700K seed funding with AI focusing on sewer system repair, with sights set on taking its automation tech international
- Philippines: An intro to Connected Women, training skilled and underskilled women to become data annotators, essential in any program that uses AI
- Australia’s Curious Thing startup selected by US Air Force to rework its recruitment process, in part using conversational artificial intelligence
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