Under the guidance of the Advisory Council of the Ethical Use of AI and Data, IMDA/PDPC collaborated with LKYCIC to launch Singapore’s first guide that helps organisations and employees understand how existing job roles can be redesigned to harness the potential of AI, so that the value of their work is increased.
LKYCIC is pleased to announce that Dr Belinda Yuen has been to appointed to the Editorial Board of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Library Series with effect from 1 Jan 2021.
CNBC did an interview with Prof Chan on Building Tomorrow for the Singapore component on smart decision making using technology in urban solutions. Her segment can be heard from 2.11 min mark.
The Institute for Management Development (IMD), in collaboration with Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), has released the 2020 Smart City Index, with key findings on how technology is playing a role in the COVID-19 era in a way that is likely to remain.
With real-time supply-demand data insight, PAIR mobile app helped 25% of taxis in Chengdu boost income by more than 8%
At the Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities, the Smart Cities Lab looks at tools that build smart government, businesses, and communities, and scales these smart tools across a network of smart cities for greater impact. Over the past few years, Dr Andy Zheng (Adjunct Fellow) and Poon King Wang (Director) have partnered the use of PAIR Taxi big data insight platform to empower workers in the taxi industry.
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TODAY published an opinion piece by LKYCIC research fellow Julienne Chen on taking a balanced approach towards AI.
Channel NewsAsia Online published an opinion piece by Julienne Chen, Research Fellow from LKYCIC, discussing the recent ban of e-scooters on footpaths. She also highlighted the need to go beyond incremental improvements to disruptive innovations so as to future-proof Singapore’s transportation network.
AsiaGlobal Online featured an article co-written by LKYCIC research fellows Dr Brigid Trenerry and Dr Gayathri Haridas, and HASS head Prof Lim Sun Sun on women and the future of work.
The move to regulate and ban PMDs from void decks and corridors shouldn’t miss out on the bigger picture: We should be doing our utmost to enable people to move around their city.
The Straits Times published an article “Resisting the polarising pull of US-China rivalry” written by Professor Chan Heng Chee, 18 June 2019.
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Business Times reported that Singapore is still maintaining its regional hub status even as remote work sees smaller but more HQs. The article included a quote from LKYCIC senior fellow Dr Harvey Neo.
The Straits Times quoted LKYCIC Senior Fellow, Harvey Neo, in their coverage of the Dover Forest tussle.