Author: AVE Manager

The Download: Windows’ CrowdStrike outage, and wildfire-tracking balloons

This post was originally published on this siteThis is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. A widespread Windows outage is affecting airlines, banks, and TV broadcasters What’s happening? Windows PCs have crashed around the world, bringing airlines, major banks, TV broadcasters, […]

The value of AI for businesses lies in how the information is applied, not just its provision

This post was originally published on this site Dr David R. Hardoon, CEO, Aboitiz Data Innovation (ADI) As Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to gain popularity worldwide, including in Southeast Asia (SEA), startups are faced with the question of how they can help different sectors embrace the technology—not only in their home country but also in […]

3 key takeaways from the soft launch of GenAI Fund’s ASEAN GenAI Startup survey

This post was originally published on this site Southeast Asia’s Generative AI (GenAI) startup ecosystem is vibrant and diverse. Startups use various foundational models to innovate and solve complex problems. Foundational models are large, pre-trained AI models that can be fine-tuned for specific tasks. Trained on vast datasets, they offer versatility and power for various […]

Building a better world: Janine Teo’s journey to empower underserved learners

This post was originally published on this site e27 has been nurturing a supportive ecosystem for entrepreneurs since its inception. Our Contributor Programme offers a platform for sharing unique insights. As part of our ‘Contributor Spotlight’, we shine a spotlight on an outstanding contributor and dive into the vastness of their knowledge and expertise. In […]

Ecosystem Roundup: Byju’s faces insolvency proceedings | Security breach: WazirX loses US$230M

This post was originally published on this site Dear reader, Byju’s, once India’s premier edtech startup with a valuation of US$22 billion, is now facing insolvency proceedings after failing to pay US$19 million to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). This decision, announced by India’s companies tribunal, marks another significant setback for […]

Gear up and grow: Key regulatory updates for Malaysian startups in H1 2024

This post was originally published on this site Earlier this year, I wrote a post anticipating several regulatory changes that may affect startups and technology companies in Malaysia. This latest post is a regulatory roundup for the first half of 2024, summarising updates to these key regulatory changes, including new announcements and their likely impact on local […]