Singapore to be tech firm's first global AI hub

Microchip maker Infineon Technologies is investing over $27m in its Singapore-based workforce

Singapore to be tech firm's first global AI hub

Infineon Technologies today (Dec 1) announced that Singapore will be its first global artificial intelligence (AI) hub.

The German microchip maker is investing over $27million over the next three years to upgrade the local workforce’s AI- and tech-related capabilities. Plans include upskilling employees based in Singapore and launching over 25 new tech projects across its business.

“Singapore is the first in Infineon worldwide to embark on a comprehensive AI journey for all our business and manufacturing operations, embedding AI into every job function,” said Chua Chee Seong, president and managing director of Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific.

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