Artificial Intelligence and Data for the Future of Health

Artificial Intelligence and Data for the Future of Health

13 September 2019

02:00PM - 02:45PM


Multi-Purpose Hall 1, Innovis

Artificial intelligence (AI) and data is fast transforming how we lead lives in Singapore and worldwide. They are the tools for industrial and service disruption and many organisations are fast adopting them. In NUS-ISS, Dr Chua and his team are the lead at the forefront of applied research to translate latest technologies in AI to transform health in Singapore.

Join Dr Matthew Chua as he shares his current work to make Singapore a Smart Nation.



Dr Matthew Chua

Dr Matthew Chua

Lecturer and Principal Investigator
Institute of System Science, National University of Singapore (NUS)

Dr Matthew Chua, BEng, CSM, PMP, PhD, is currently a lecturer and principal investigator at the NUS Institute of System Science where he specialises in Medical & Cybernetics Systems. He is overseeing the research programme in Smart Healthcare, Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Robotics. He has won prestigious research grants, amounting to more than S$1 million, from Ministry of Health, SG Enable and internationally. His wide array of expertise makes him a highly sought-after collaborator from various industries. He is currently the Associate Editor for IEEE Access journals, the appointed Residential Fellow for Kent Ridge Hall, NUS, and holds an honorary joint faculty appointment with NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health.  

Outside of work, Dr Chua is a professional opera singer, sought after for many local events and celebrations, including The SG50 Concert at the Park, Lee Kuan Yew Memorial Concert, TTSH Gala dinner and many others. He was also the 2nd place winner for The Rising Star Season 3 Competition 2019.