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To celebrate International Women’s Day 2022, SMU organised a panel dialogue featuring outstanding SMU alumnae Anna Haotanto, Sandra Lam and Wong Dan Chi. Hear from the powerful leadership trio as they dish out words of wisdom.
Just because the hype has died down, blockchain is most definitely not dead—not be any means. A new wave is coming, says SMU Assoc Prof Paul Griffin, and it's coming in the form of 'decentralisation'.
Driving an Effective Data-ready Culture: How Companies Can Take on a Data-driven Approach to Business (MITB Thought Leadership Series)
While big data can be used to gain insights more efficiently for swifter business decisions, adopting a data-driven approach can be daunting. SMU Adjunct Faculty Johnson Poh offers some guidelines to help companies ... Read More
The fintech revolution is gaining momentum and it knows no boundaries. But where is it going? What are the latest trends? SMU Prof Robert Kauffman gives a peek into the upcoming trends and outlook of fintech.
Catalin Burlacu, Adjunct Faculty of the SMU MITB (Financial Technology) programme sets out the main trends that will affect the industry in the next five years: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), Conversational Computing and Immersive Technologies.
Big data isn't something new—it's existed from the very day humans began to make records of their work. So when exactly did consumers come into the picture? SMU Lecturer Seema Chokshi shows us the evolution of big data.
Four years after the completion of his bachelor's degree in SMU and after taking a myriad of online tech courses, Joel Ng decided to return to his alma mater to pursue a Master of IT in Business. We find out the motivations behind his decision.
While quantum computing presents the prospect of solving problems previously considered insoluble, it’s also moving at a painfully slow pace. SMU Assoc Prof Manoj Thulasidas explains more.
Functionality and Privacy in Mobile Apps—Who’s Going to Win the Game? (MITB Thought Leadership Series)
Mobile apps have brought so much convenience in our lives. But have we become so seduced with the seemingly limitless functionality of mobile apps that we’re overlooking their fundamental downside—the potential compromise of our security ... Read More