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  • 2 Sep 2021 8:47 AM | Anonymous

    We have an exciting event with Ahold Delhaize and PAL Robotics that we thought would be great for your community of robotics experts, especially seeing that you have participated in previous events with PAL Robotics! 

    In the AIRLab Stacking challenge, teams will work on algorithms that focus on smart retail applications, for example, automated product stacking. Algorithms will be coded using a simulation that can later be deployed using the TIAGo robot developed by PAL Robotics. 

    The community could stand to win up to €5000


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  • 14 Jul 2021 6:12 PM | Anonymous

  • 2 Jul 2021 11:14 AM | Anonymous

    We are now into our 5th edition of the NUS Medicine Medical Grand Challenge (MGC). The Finale will be held on Saturday 21 August 2021, 10am to 2.15pm (Singapore time) via Zoom Webinar. We are honoured to have Dr Tan See Leng, Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Trade and Industry as our Guest of Honour.

    The MGC is a year-long student-led, faculty-supported medical innovation programme. It aims to encourage medical students to identify unmet healthcare needs and to work collaboratively with students from other faculties to form interdisciplinary teams to explore creative and out-of-the-box solutions to meet these needs. The team projects will be evaluated and scored for business strategy, creativity, design quality and health-care impact by a VIP panel of judges. The Challenge aims to nurture the following attributes in the undergraduates:

    • Curiosity – to question things and not accept current limitations
    • Creativity – to look beyond and find new solutions
    • Compassion – to care about issues affecting human health and well-being
    • Collegiality – to be able to work in teams to achieve more
    • Collaboration – to find value in working with people from different disciplines and backgrounds
    • Commercial Intelligence – to be entrepreneurial and understand what works in the marketplace

    All work was done outside of curriculum time and projects were not graded for exam purposes. Boot Camps were organised to equip participants with knowledge and skill-sets to help them along their medical innovation journey.

    This year, we have a number of teams competing for the grand prizes in the Nascent and Open categories and a special prize, with the final judging and prize presentation taking place during the Finale. Once again we have an exciting line-up of innovative projects from our creative and imaginative students from all faculties!

    More information on the MGC could be found at our website: and Facebook page .

    We invite you to kindly register in advance for this webinar before 1 August 2021 at:

  • 28 Jun 2021 2:52 PM | Anonymous

    This year’s Smart Port Challenge offers 17 innovation opportunities that address 5 key focus areas:

    1. Smart Port
    2. Smart Ship
    3. Crew Safety, Training and Wellbeing
    4. Smart Maritime Services and Logistics
    5. Green Technology

    Explore them below. Short videos will also be available in the coming weeks to explain the innovation opportunities.

    In addition to these innovation opportunities, start-ups may also submit proposals in an open category if you have a technology / solution that drives innovation in any of the 5 focus areas. Submission deadline is 10 August 2021.

    More details could be found at: 

  • 24 Jun 2021 2:06 PM | Anonymous

    RobotX is a community of innovators driven to create substantive contributions to the field of autonomous, unmanned, multi-domain vehicles. We explore, encourage and make breakthroughs within three key platforms:

    Challenge           Interactive           Virtual

    Within these three platforms, participants create new mechanisms, collaborate, form connections and increase proficiency and inventiveness for maritime robotics.

    More details could be found at

  • 17 Jun 2021 3:18 PM | Anonymous

    Fake media is an existential threat to societies today. If left unchecked, it risks becoming a serious national security concern.

    AI Singapore is launching the Trusted Media Challenge to test out solutions and explore how Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies can be leveraged to combat fake media.


    • Researchers and Industry Professionals from around the world
    • Anyone who is interested and/or experienced in machine learning, deep learning, computer vision especially in media forensics


    Teams will submit their solution (codes and models) via the Challenge Platform. The platform will rank the submissions automatically in the leaderboard.


    July – December 2021


    Winners of this Challenge will stand a chance to win prize monies of up to SGD700K (approx. USD500K).

    Please CLICK HERE to register your interest and receive exclusive updates and announcements.

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