Booking closes for flagship tech event Asia Tech x Singapore 2022
Asia's biggest tech event, Asia Tech x Singapore 2022, closed its joining application and started its routine. From 31 May to 3 June, the event aims to bind technology, society, and the digital economy. The event will bind tech leaders and organisations for innovation and bring great products in the coming days. It also highlights some of the biggest challenges tech companies go through and how it is handled. The event is equivalent to Mobile World Congress, CloudFest, Infosecurity Europe, and London Tech Week. For the US, it is the Computex 2022, ISE 2022, Running Remote 2022, and similar.
Surely the tech events are some of the most highlighted gatherings for people in tech, and at the same time, they may unveil newer business opportunities, on top of the connection’s bonus. We get to hear from tech leaders on the current flow of business, cutting-edge tech, and many more.
Asia Tech x Singapore (ATxSG) is back in person this year. Singapore is the gateway for Global-Asia's node for new opportunities and business tech. ATxSG 2022 aims to reform the post-pandemic era of business ventures regarding tech. It's not only about business but also about changing people's lives.
In a world where connectivity and online products bring the biggest change, it is crucial to revisit the traits. The ATxSG conversation in Singapore will bring business, tech, and government leaders that help reshape our digital future. Those of us who visit events like this know how important it is to make new connections. With a busy schedule, we barely make the time to connect with new opportunities and talented individuals. The event is separated into segments where we get to hear from innovators, make new connections, and spread the word about our business, among other opportunities.
Heng Swee Keat, Deputy prime Minister and Coordinate Minister for Economic Policy, is an honoured guest at the ATxSG summit. It is organised by IMDA and is by invitation only. Another segment is the ATxAI, where policymakers and experts in a series of panels will jump into the discussion. Their topic is AI technology; sustainability as well as demonstrating its trustworthiness. "Attendees will also learn about the successful implementations of trustworthy AI from companies through an industry showcase."
Other segments include ATxEnterprise Headliners, ATxInspire – SG Women in Tech, BroadcastAsia, CommunicAsia, SatelliteAsia & Asia Satellite Business Week, TechxLR8 Asia, InnovFesst x Elevating Founders, and HackSingapore on 3 June.
Along with Heng Swee Keat, Tony Blair will be there. Tony is the former PM of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. He is also the executive chairman of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. Here's the list of respected speakers: Blaise Agueara y Arcas - Googles engineer, Boon Cyle Loh - CEO of Singapore Exchange, Dr Cathy Foley - Chief Scientist of Australia, Dr Fredrick G Pferdt- chief innovation evangelist at Google, Jessica Tan – Co-CEO of Png An Group, Josephine Teo – Singapore's Ministry of Communication and Information, Dr Ming Tan - founding exec at Tech for Good Institute, Nina Xiang – co-founder and CEO of China's Money Network, Pierre Gaudreault – President of Asia regions emerging markets- Pfizer Group, Ricky Kapur – Head of APAC, Zoom and Ong Ye Kung - Singapore's Minister for Health.
ATxSG is an event "where technology intersects with society and the digital economy." So, if you're a tech-head, run a business organisation, or have a recommendation for someone's benefit, feel free to share the information as early as possible because the event runs for a brief period.
On the other hand, Singapore is pooling its quantum computing and engineering resources. As the central tech hub of Asia, the country is going through an exemplary move to boost quantum computing. We are not unfamiliar with the traits, but Singapore will develop the National Quantum Fabless Foundry to support micro and nano-fabrication of quantum devices "across partner cleanrooms." They will be displayed too at the event.