Singapore's litmus test to access the right talent

Koo Ping Shung, Joe Keen Poon, Zhihan Yeo
Koo Ping Shung, Joe Keen Poon, Zhihan Yeo2/11/2022 11:30 AM GMT+08  • 4 min read
Singapore's litmus test to access the right talent
How can we ensure global talent complement and strengthen Singapore's AI ecosystem for the betterment of all?
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For 700 years, Singapore had chosen not to be content with just being a fishing village. We grew from an entrepot for maritime trade in the early days to a modern hub of global trade and finance.

By 2030, Singapore aims to be a leader in developing and deploying scalable, impactful artificial intelligence (AI) solutions in key sectors of high value and relevance to its citizens and businesses. To realise this vision, Singapore needs to build an ecosystem that accelerates innovation and attracts the world’s leading companies in artificial intelligence (AI) to anchor high-value functions and jobs.

All of this requires a critical mass of talent, without which Singapore risks being left behind and declining into irrelevance while many countries continue to attract and build up their AI capabilities.

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