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Hello! Here's your Monday edition of Asia AI News! The big news from the weekend is obviously the Sin
 
June 22 · Issue #259 · View online
Asia AI News
Hello!
Here’s your Monday edition of Asia AI News!
The big news from the weekend is obviously the Singapore government’s plan to support basic and applied research in ‘high impact areas’ by investing more than S$20 billion ($14.3 billion). Announced by the Deputy Prime Minister on Saturday during a televised address about the city-state’s Covid-19 response, the investment is part of a five-year research and development plan currently under development, which will focus on areas such as AI, climate change , health and biomedical sciences.
Scroll down for this story and others on funding, healthcare, smart cities and US/China trade war below.
Stay safe and have a great week!
/Carrington

Startup
VisionNav Robotics embraces RMB100.00 million in B1 Round financing VisionNav Robotics embraces RMB100.00 million in B1 Round financing
Startup tries to foster an AI art scene in Korea
R&D
Singapore plans more than $14 billion to super-charge innovation
Coronavirus
Japan's Fujitsu brings hand washing AI to COVID-19 fight
Healthcare
Medical AI company Vuno taps Japan through M3
Recruitment
Japanese firms testing AI tech to recruit talent
Smart Cities
Kochi's smart city command centre goes live with video wall
Geopolitics
Barr: China is 'stealing the future of the American people' Barr: China is 'stealing the future of the American people'
Opinion: China won’t win the race for AI dominance
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