Sixteen Shades of Smart, a book published by Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities (LKYCIC) at SUTD together with IMD Business School, was awarded the bronze medal under the Business Intelligence/Innovation category at the Axiom Business Book Awards 2020.
LKYCIC NEWS ARTICLES | OP-EDS
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.
LKYCIC IN THE NEWS
Straits Times shared about a webinar organised by ST and the World Economic Forum, entitled Geopolitical Reset 2021: Implications For Asia that is taking place this Friday and highlighted LKYCIC Chair Prof Chan Heng Chee as one of the panellists.
Leaders should note what the young are saying on social media to foster culture of diversity: Chan Heng Chee (Today, 20.01.2021)
TODAY published an article where LKYCIC Chair Prof Chan Heng Chee urged leaders to take heed of views shared by the younger generation on social media platforms. Her views were shared at the Institute of Policy Studies’ annual flagship conference, Singapore Perspectives