The raging social media debate on a simple bodycon dress has polarized the Internet. One poll had 69% of respondents seeing white and gold, with the rest seeing mostly black and blue.
It’s turning out to be a good year for ViSenze, a visual recognition solutions startup founded in Singapore as a technology spin-off from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2012.
At the recent 2014 National Infocomm Awards (NIA), the company emerged as the 1st Runner Up winner in the Most Innovative Infocomm Product/ Solution category for its flagship visual search technology.
EmTech Singapore has announced the 10 regional finalists from Southeast Asia and Australia/New Zealand that are now eligible for consideration on the 15th annual MIT Technology Review magazine’s 35 Innovators Under 35 list, due in October 2015.
More than 120 exhibitors from Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan, Chile, Thailand and the US showcased their innovations at Techventure 2014. These start-ups came from the biomedical technology, energy and utilities, advanced manufacturing and engineering, and infocomm technology sectors.
Founded in 2012 by Roger Yuen, Oliver Tan, Chua Tat-Seng and Li Guangda, ViSenze is the successful story of NUS computer scientists and web entrepreneurs solving real-world problems through the innovative application of NUS technology.
The entrepreneurship journey is never easy and requires certain types of personality and select ingredients for success.
In today's world of technology, for a start-up company to have a chance at success it is imperative to know what it is trying to achieve with its technology, who they are helping and how they can differentiate themselves from the competition.
Technology and entrepreneurship took centre stage as the iCentre held the latest in its series of Innovate Forums yesterday.
Entrepreneurs must learn to navigate through the emergence of new technologies in order to seize market opportunities.
As Alibaba prepares for its IPO and Tencent aggressively pushes its WeChat messenger all over the world, it’s easy for folks in the west to forget that there’s another Asian internet giant gunning for a broader global presence – Japan’s Rakuten.