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Top 45 Artificial Intelligence Companies

24 May 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Alum , News Media

Visual recognition technology company ViSenze, started by NUS Computing Professor Chua Tat Seng and alumnus Li Guangda, was named as one of 45 top Artificial Intelligence companies in the world. Other notable companies in this list include Amazon, Google, and Intel.

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Lunch With Sumiko: For the first 18 months, Carousell co-founders had no salaries

19 May 2019 Department of Computer Science , Alum , News Media

NUS Computer Engineering alumnus Lucas Ngoo and his co-founders, NUS alumni Marcus Tan and Quek Siu Rui, share with Straits Times reporter Sumiko Tan about their humble beginnings and the future plans for their tech company Carousell.

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NUS Computing students win Champions title in Minerva Hackathon

14 May 2019 Department of Computer Science , Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Student

14 May 2019 – Third year Information Systems student Victor Yeo and Computer Engineering student Celine Lim, with NUS Engineering student Audrey Wong, clinched the Champions prize at the Minerva Hackathon held in San Francisco from 6 to 7 April 2019.

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Team from NUS Computing wins Best Paper Award at ACM Symposium on SDN Research

13 May 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Student

13 May 2019 – Associate Professor Chan Mun Choon and NUS Computing PhD students Pravein Govindan Kannan and Raj Joshi won the Best Paper award at the ACM Symposium on SDN Research (SOSR). The conference was held from 3 to 4 April in San Jose, California.

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Computer Science student clinches top prize in Shenzhen International Women’s Day hackathon

09 May 2019 Department of Computer Science , Student

9 May 2019 – Second year Computer Science undergraduate Lim Heng Guang won the first prize at the International Women’s Day 52-Hour Hackathon held from 29 to 31 March this year in Shenzhen, China.

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Professor Dong Jin Song and NUS Computing alumni win 20 Year ICFEM Most Influential System Award

07 May 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Alum , Programming Languages & Software Engineering

7 May 2019 – NUS Computing Professor Dong Jin Song and his former PhD students, Dr Sun Jun and Dr Liu Yang, won the 20 Year ICFEM Most Influential System Award on 14 November 2018. The award was presented at the 20th International Conference on Formal Engineering Methods (ICFEM) in Gold Coast, Australia.

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Gen Y Speaks: Three things I learned running a business to curb food wastage

05 May 2019 Department of Computer Science , Alum , News Media

In 2016, NUS Computing alumnus Kenneth Ham and NUS alumnus Preston Wong founded Treatsure, a mobile reservation app for surplus food. The team created Asia-Pacific’s first takeaway buffet-in-a-box concept in collaboration with over 10 hotels in 2018. App users can purchase a takeaway box and pack leftover food from the hotel's buffet line.

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Best Quotes from HUAWEI CLOUD Summit Singapore on How Cloud + AI Are Injecting Newfound Levels of Intelligence

28 April 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

During the Huawei Cloud Summit held in Singapore from 24 to 25 April 2019, nearly 2,000 partners and subject-matter experts gathered together to discuss how cloud and AI help industries improve productivity and enterprises achieve their intelligent transformations. NUS Computing Distinguished Professor Ooi Beng Chin was invited to share his opinion on digital transformation and AI adoption.

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Associate Professor Ilya Sergey receives the 2019 AITO Dahl-Nygaard Prize

17 April 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Algorithms & Theory , Programming Languages & Software Engineering

17 April 2019 – Associate Professor Ilya Sergey was awarded the 2019 AITO Dahl-Nygaard Prize (Junior category) for his work in programming language theory. The award will be given out at the 2019 European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP) in London, England, held from 15 to 19 July.

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Computer Science student wins first place at HackMentalHealth 2019

16 April 2019 Department of Computer Science , Student

16 April 2019 – Second year Computer Science student David Kum and his NUS teammates won first place in HackMentalHealth UCSF 2019. The team won the 24-hour Bay Area mental health hackathon held from 23 to 24 March at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), USA.

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Computing students win three of the Top 8 Prize at Hack&Roll 2019

10 April 2019 Department of Computer Science , Student

10 April 2019 – Eight NUS Computing students and their teams won three of the Top 8 Prizes for their outstanding hacks at Hack&Roll 2019. The hackathon was held from 19 to 20 January 2019 at Cinnamon and Tembusu Dining Hall in UTown, NUS.

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Singapore students prepare for future jobs

08 April 2019 Department of Computer Science , Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Student , News Media

There has been a steady rise in enrolment in NUS Computing as students and parents work to hone their technical skills in coding and computing. Professor Mohan Kankanhalli, Dean of NUS Computing, shares how demand for computing courses have increased, not just among Computing undergraduates, but by non-Computing undergraduates as well.

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NUS Computing alumnus wins prestigious doctoral dissertation award

02 April 2019 Department of Computer Science , Alum

2 April 2019 – Former NUS Computing PhD student Dr Sergey Mechtaev was awarded the ACM SIGSOFT Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award on 19 March 2019. The award will be given out at the 41st ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering held in Montreal, Canada from 25 to 31 May this year.

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Novel chip for wearables of the future

01 April 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

Wearables are fast becoming a part of our daily lives. However being small has its drawbacks. Limited by their battery size, storage capacity and computational power, wearables usually need to be paired with a smartphone in order function effectively. But this may soon be a thing of the past with Stitch, a novel processor chip developed by NUS Computing researchers led by Professors Tulika Mitra and Peh Li-Shiuan.

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AI projects shortlisted to solve a major healthcare issue in Singapore

27 March 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

NUS Computing faculty members Professor Wynne Hsu and Professor Ooi Beng Chin will be leading research in artificial intelligence healthcare technologies. Their research projects are two of three projects funded by AI Singapore's AI in Healthcare Grand Challenge. Prof Hsu and Prof Ooi's teams will receive up to $5 million to develop its product in the next two years.

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Future Wearables: smaller, faster and more independent

26 March 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Research , Feature , Systems & Networking

For those who’ve taken the plunge into the world of wearable devices — 61 million of us by the year’s end, as estimates predict — the leap can be liberating.

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NUS Computing students win the first place IBM prize at HackNYU

20 March 2019 Department of Computer Science , Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Student

20 March 2019 – A team of three NUS Computing undergraduates won first place in the IBM prize category at HackNYU, New York University’s annual student-run hackathon. The competition was held from 15 to 17 February in New York, USA.

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Becoming Human

17 March 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

In this four-part documentary series, comedic actor Chua Enlai embarked on an exploration of artificial intelligence (AI). NUS Computing Professor David Hsu shares his research on computer vision and AI with the host.

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Former EM3 and Normal student carves out tech path

17 March 2019 Department of Computer Science , Alum , News Media

NUS Computing graduate Nicholas Ooi studied at the ITE and polytechnic after secondary school and graduated last year with an honours degree in computing from the National University of Singapore. Nicholas is currently working in a startup he and three other NUS graduates founded called Bantu, a tech solutions startup for volunteer management systems.

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IT-ready for a diverse world

15 March 2019 Department of Computer Science , Department of Information Systems & Analytics , News Media

It is all systems go for NUS Computing’s flight to the future of a diverse and changing world. The game plan includes a new building added by next year which will link the School to the University’s hub of research, enterprise and incubation, especially those relating to Singapore’s Smart Nation initiative.

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