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Insignia AI Notes #10: Autonomous AI agents as apps of the future

Broadly speaking, internet connectivity and #smartphone devices were necessary for #mobile applications to flourish in demand. In the same way, #AgentOps is a necessary layer to enable wider development and adoption of agents as applications. #AI

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Insignia AI Notes #9: Enabling the autonomous AI agent workflow with AgentOps

The advent of Autonomous AI Agents is opening doors to countless opportunities, but it’s the underlying infrastructure and subsectors like #AgentOps that are laying the groundwork for sustainable growth and innovation. By understanding how these autonomous agents operate, and by dissecting the emerging subsectors, businesses and developers can better…

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Insignia AI Notes #8: Autonomous AI Agents [Part 1]

What exactly are autonomous #AI agents? What are its implications for #LLM and AI capabilities? And what are the current limitations that need to be overcome in order to unlock more commercial use cases? This week’s AI Notes attempts to tackle these questions.

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Insignia AI Notes #7: AI In healthcare

The transformation of #healthcare through #AI and #ML is both profound and multifaceted. From predictive analytics to drug discovery, AI is enhancing diagnostics, enabling personalized medicine, and transforming patient care. While challenges such as regulation, data privacy, and ethical concerns remain, the collaboration between professionals across fields…

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Insignia AI Notes #6: Generative AI isn’t just speeding up productivity, but also AI regulation

The swift pace of regulation in the field of #GenerativeAI, especially compared to previous technological evolutions, signals a changing landscape. #ASEAN’s unique environment, laws, and cultural attributes offer a fertile ground for the growth and governance of this exciting technological frontier. The balancing act between fostering innovation and…

Proptech 2.0 in the Philippines: An untapped opportunity in 3 numbers

Is the Philippine #RealEstate market now ripe for the next wave of proptech to emerge? We share five numbers that provide some clues to where the innovation compass is pointed in the #Philippines #proptech space.

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Insignia AI Notes #5: Context is king and other learnings from building a GPT-powered website chatbot

We list down five key learnings from the experience [of building our own #GPT-powered chatbot], both from the perspective of developing the #chatbot and linking specific context to #OpenAI’s language model to developing the context itself in such a way that would make it more cost-efficient and still effective for the overall user experience. #AI…

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Insignia AI Notes #4: Do you really need AI?

The road to AI adoption is complex, and it’s essential to ask if AI will truly improve work efficiencies or add more work and expound existing issues. By navigating these complexities, businesses can unlock the transformative potential of #automation, #AI, and #GenAI, driving growth and profitability in an increasingly digital world.

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Insignia’s AI Notes #1: Generative AI is a catalyst for a productivity shift, though not quite (yet) the panacea for inefficiencies

It is crucial to remember that while #GenAI can automate various tasks, it cannot entirely replace human creativity, empathy, and #criticalthinking – the “human touch.” As we integrate Gen AI more deeply into our lives, we must remain mindful of its limitations and potential pitfalls, striking a balance between leveraging the benefits of #AI and preserving…

Southeast Asia’s top 50 rising women in tech 2021 [Updated]

More and more venture capital (VC) firms and angel investors are wising up to the opportunity in investing in the region’s female founders. Despite the largely virtual deal-making environment over the past year due to COVID, women-led startups have secured multimillion-dollar rounds across a multitude of sectors.