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November 16, 2021, 12:42 (UTC+3)|

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Moscow Joins Global Innovation Alliance

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Moscow has become the 16th metropolis, which was included in the number of representatives of the Global Innovation Alliance (GIA), created by the Singapore government to help startups to bring their products to foreign markets.

The Singapore Enterprise Agency (the parent organization of the GIA) will support Singaporean start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises in entering the Russian market, while Russian enterprises will be assisted in entering the Southeast Asian market.

According to the assistant to the head of the agency Edwin Chow, the volume of investment in innovation in Russia today is more than $868 million. At the same time, over 30 companies from Singapore are participating in innovation activities related to Russia.

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Other stories:

  • Innovative Crosswalk that Reduces Accidents by 82% Introduced in Moscow
  • Moscow Innovation Cluster Presents Anti-Covid Solutions from Technological Competition Finalists
  • Startup Botkin.AI Reaches EWC Finals
  • Webiomed AI-Based System Wins Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Awards 2021
  • Sberbank Presents its Second Supercomputer Christofari Neo with Peak Performance of 12 PFLOPs
  • Rostelecom Reports Revenue Growth by 5% in Q3 2021 
  • Tinkoff Integrates its Anti-Fraud Platform into the Yandex Identifier
  • Base Technologies Creates an AI system for Searching People with Drones
  • Data Matrix Gets Approval to Create a National Biomedical Database


Ministry of Digital Development Names the Treats to Biometric Personal

DataRussia to Develop National Standards for 9 New Technologies, Including 5G

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  • Softline to Use Raised Funds for Buying 30 IT Companies
  • HR Startup Skipp Raises $635,000 in the First Round
  • Kismet Capital Group Negotiating the Acquisition of Russian Towers
  • Softline Acquires Developer of Secure Open-Source Software NCPR
  • YouDo Business Platform to Raise $5 Million from HeadHunter

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ICT.Moscow has updated the database of Russian AI practices in English. 120 new cases of using AI by domestic developers have been added to the website on the basis of open source information that has appeared since September 2020.

The development of AI is most noticeable in the MedTech segment, which includes 25 new practices (53 in total), selected in the database. Currently, the most popular branch of technology implementation in Russia is medicine. Among other industries actively implementing AI practices, the following stand out: retail and e-commerce (18 new cases), logistics and transport (8 new cases).

The project will be useful for analysts, business experts as well as developers of AI solutions. For more information on Russian AI, please contact us using the following form.

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a showcase of some Moscow-based CovidTech solutions

An app for medical inspections with specified scripts

Video analytics platform

A system for climate control

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discover people who stand behind the innovative companies and projects in Moscow

Sergey SorokinFounder and CEO of Botkin.AI
Alexander GusevFounder of Webiomed
Anatoly ValetovHead of Moscow Innovation Cluster

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