Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore - IDA
Which made-in-Singapore games can you look out for at the upcoming Game Developers Conference in San Francisco? IMpact gives you a taste of our local offerings.
A love for films inspired Christian Lee and Jason Chan to throw caution to the wind and create movies that they can be proud of, act in and call 100 per cent their own.
Locally-developed artificial intelligence software Evie organises meetings and responds to emails just like your office secretary. In fact, Evie’s so good at her job that she has tricked many into thinking she’s the real deal.
Singapore game developer XII Braves is not content until it has conquered the global mobile gaming market with their flagship game, Valiant Force.
Like other health trackers, Juvo was meant for personal use. But the contactless sleep monitoring solution found a new market – nursing homes.
Data analytics is playing an important role in the growth of the online video platform.
Festival goers can look forward to seeing the growth and latest developments in the local film scene.
Companies like ST Electronics are boosting skilled manpower in the area of cybersecurity through the Cyber Security Associates and Technologists programme.
Pursuing a successful career in banking didn’t stop Ellie Ngim from following her dream to make films on the side. When her plate eventually became too full, she took the plunge and decided to commit to her passion - a move that has paid off in more ways than one.
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