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How Line trained a virtual assistant within a year

[ad_1] Image credit: paylessimages / 123RF Stock Photo (Additional reporting by Pearl Lee) Something strange is happening in Japan: More and more families are talking to conical-shaped devices in their homes. “Play me a summer song, Clova.” “Will I be rich one day, Clova?” “What the hell are you, Clova?!” In...

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5 bike-sharing users you’ll meet in Singapore (INFOGRAPHIC)

[ad_1] Bike-sharing is thriving in Singapore. But while the arrival of bike-sharing services provides excellent last-mile solutions for commuters, some cyclists have abused the system to the disadvantage of others. Singapore is a small city with a high percentage of land space taken up by roads....

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Why proptech will accelerate in Asia

[ad_1] Image credit: Pixabay. Proptech – the use of technology to solve challenges in the real estate sector – is on the rise, and startups focusing on these technologies are entering a space dominated by large incumbents. According to proprietary data from global real estate services firm...

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What Thai government’s digital vision means for startups in Asia

[ad_1] Dr. Pichet Durongkaveroj, minister of Digital Economy and Society. Photo credit: Tech in Asia. The large conference hall in Bangkok was like set up like a sweeping showcase of 21st-century technology. Drone displays and transforming cars flanked the exhibition while students roared from the e-games...

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3 cool VR startups you can meet in South Korea this December

[ad_1] Image credit: Pixabay. As virtual reality (VR) technology attracts both consumers and investors, a wide range of startups are taking AR/VR beyond headsets to give users a more authentic experience. Scheduled to be held from November 30 until December 2 in Seoul, Korea, Startup Festival 2017...

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Tech problems that 2018’s startups will be solving

[ad_1] Image credit: Pixabay. Failing to keep pace with the proliferation of big data and the increased power of machine learning could also prevent companies from making a substantial shift from standalone processes to more collaborative environments. Here are the frontiers of technology that startups and institutions...

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An ITE graduate, a tech support guy, a career switcher: How 3 people joined cybersecurity

[ad_1] From left to right: Marcus Tan, Lenz Yu, and Lauren Goh. A hardcore gamer since he was a kid, Marcus Tan enjoyed the popular online role-playing game MapleStory. When he was 12, however, a hacker attacked his account and stole in-game items worth US$368. “I spent...

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Indonesian fintech in 2018: Better regulation, stronger ecosystem

[ad_1] Photo credit: Unsplash If you are in the fintech space, look no further than Indonesia. The pie is growing, with more than 150 fintech startups in Indonesia – 78 percent more than in 2015. Google and AT Kearney also identified fintech as one of the most...

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Meditation, management, meetings: Running a fintech startup in Indonesia

[ad_1] Aria Widyanto, vice president at Amartha. Photo credit: Amartha. It’s 5:20 in the morning, a time when many adults are tucked snug in their beds with visions of durians dancing in their heads. But Aria Widyanto isn’t one of those adults. He’s vice president of...

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How startups play a key role in Indonesia’s payments scene

[ad_1] Photo credit: thanomphong / 123RF. Cash is the main method of payment in Indonesia. But some notable startups are leading the country’s payment revolution. The statistics that show cash is king are striking: There are about 260 million people in Indonesia but only about 17 million...

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