Enterprises adopting AI driven automation have seen a significant evolution in commerce, market intelligence, customer digital experience and governance domains based on data analysis and cognitive capabilities. It allows companies to predict customer sentiments, further refining product concepts based on user data visualisation and interactivity.
From the next ImageNet frontier of computer vision, in-video SEO abilities, predictive analysis, to identifying network faults, eliminating Deep Fakes and more - new B2B applications across sectors are creating endless opportunities to capture value from emerging trends such as shoppertainment, audio marketing and hyper-personalisation. This session is for anyone with a stake in implementing disruptive AI or machine learning technologies that are radically changing the way enterprises look for, process, and present information.
About Deal Fridays 2020
Jointly organised by Enterprise Singapore and the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Deal Friday is a platform for dealmaking opportunities as a lead up to the Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) x Singapore Week of Innovation and Technology (SWITCH) 2020.
In this second rendition, Deal Friday 2020 aims to deliver year-long, end-to-end support for global startups, investors and corporates to maximise commercial success in forging investment deals, co-innovation opportunities and business partnerships.
Specifically tailored to sectoral themes, Deal Friday consists of a series of carefully curated and targeted investor/corporate-startup matchmaking sessions. Shortlisted participants will benefit from complementary assistance such as pitching workshops, and exclusive access to alternative financers such as family offices and angel investors.
Accelerating Asia is a Key Organising Partner for Deal Friday which is hosted by Enterprise Singapore & Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Accelerating Asia invests in startups with scalable technology solutions and revenue generating business models that combine purpose with profit.
In making an investment decision, investors must rely on their own examination of startups and the terms of the investment including the merits and risks involved. Prospective investors should not construe this content as legal, tax, investment, financial or accounting advice.