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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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
NUS Computing Provost Chair Professor Ng Hwee Tou was named as the 25th most influential scholar in natural language processing by AMiner. The AMiner Most Influential Scholar Annual List in Artificial Intelligence (AI) names the world's top-cited research scholars from the fields of AI. The list is conferred in recognition of outstanding technical achievements with lasting contribution and impact to the research community.
NUS Computing's new blockchain research centre and think tank, Crystal Centre, was named one of five influential blockchain organisations in shaping the cryptocurrency ecosystem. The centre, founded by Associate Professors Prateek Saxena and Keith Carter, focuses on research surrounding the fundamentals of trading and analysis of cryptocurrencies, peer-to-peer (P2P) network designs and applications.
4 March 2019 – Associate Professor He Bingsheng was announced as one of five recipients of the inaugural 2019 IEEE TPDS Award for Editorial Excellence on 8 February 2019.
At some point in our careers, most of us have to deal with an IT system that is clunky, unreliable, or just plain difficult to use. It might have an unintuitive interface that takes forever to learn. Or it might require an unnecessarily mind-numbing sequence of steps for every minor task that it facilitates, only to crash every time that task is just a few clicks from completion.
Image recognition startup ViSenze, co-founded by Professor Chua Tat Seng and NUS Computing graduate Li Guangda, announced that it has raised $20 million in a series C funding round, following a $10.5 million series B raise in September 2016. ViSenze was spun out from NUS Computing’s NExT++ research centre in 2012.
Director of AI Technology at AI Singapore, and NUS Computing Professor Leong Tze Yun discussed how businesses and consumers can leverage on AI technologies as Singapore transforms into a Smart Nation.
Have you ever struggled to learn a new language? Maybe you should spend less time trying to speak it and start singing instead!
31 January 2019 – Associate Professor Ilya Sergey and his collaborator, University of California San Diego Assistant Professor Nadia Polikarpova, received the Distinguished Paper Award at the 46th ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages (POPL 2019), held from 13 to 19 January 2019 in Cascais, Portugal.
29 January 2019 – Associate Professor Zhao Shengdong and his former PhD student Foong Pin Sym won the Merit award at the Agency for Integrated Care’s Community Care Excellence Award. The award was given out at the Quality & Productivity Festival 2018, which was held on 19 September 2018 in Singapore.
With technology giants like Facebook and Google constantly gathering valuable information about us, walking around with a smartphone can be akin to carrying a tracking device 24/7. The irony is that while most of us say that we care deeply about data protection, we continue to give our information away. Dean of NUS Computing Professor Mohan Kankanhalli shares his research on data privacy and how his new research centre, N-CRiPT, aims to protect the privacy of individuals as Singapore transforms into a Smart Nation.
To help people with pre-diabetes or a high risk of diabetes to better manage their condition, NUS Computing Distinguished Professor Ooi Beng Chin and his team developed an AI enabled mobile application the JurongHealth Food Log (JHFoodLg) app, that analyses food photos taken by the user and displays the dish’s nutritional values.
24 January 2019 – Assistant Professor Arnab Bhattacharyya received the prestigious Amazon Research Award (ARA) on 16 January 2019. The ARA programme funds projects to faculty members at academic institutions worldwide for research in data science and machine learning.
22 January 2019 – Associate Professor Roger Zimmermann, NUS Computing alumni Dr Yin Yifang and Dr Rajiv Ratn Shah, and their collaborators, won the Best Poster Runner-Up Award at the 20th IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM). The conference was held in Taichung, Taiwan, from 10 to 12 December 2018.
The National Research Foundation Singapore (NRF) has set up two research centres to carry out cutting-edge research to design and develop privacy-preserving technologies and train skilled manpower, as part of the city-state’s Smart Nation push. The first is the NUS Centre for Research in Privacy Technologies (N-CRiPT), to be based in the National University of Singapore (NUS) School of Computing. It will be led by Professor Mohan Kankanhalli, Dean of the NUS School of Computing.
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