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ENABLING AI IN THE APAC REGION

11.08.2020
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By Peter Lovelock

With its young, tech-savvy population and a marked appetite for innovation, the AsiaPacific (APAC) region has what it needs to become a global artificial intelligence (AI) hub.

AI products and services are being introduced across finance, healthcare, retail, transport, manufacturing, and agriculture – strategic industries that together drive the economic dynamism of both emerging and mature APAC economies.

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PETER LOVELOCK looks at the trends, strategies and issues that will impact the adoption of artificial intelligence in the Asia-Pacific region in the years to come

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 48 Issue 2
Issue Date:
July 2020
Theme:
Innovation and Content, Privacy, Safety, Security, Governance
Region:
Asia Pacific
Chapter:
Singapore
Peter Lovelock (Dr) Peter Lovelock (Dr) Director and Founder, Technology Research Project Corporate (TRPC); Chair, Singapore Chapter, International Institute of Communications

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