As part of a podcast series, SMU OBHR Assoc Prof Michael Bashshur and PhD candidate Laurel Teo share how AI affects important human resources aspects such as well-being, privacy and leadership at work.
As part of a podcast series, SMU Computer Science Assoc Prof Hady Lauw and PhD graduate Truong Quoc Tuan share how data can be used to uncover user preferences and in turn, create better online experiences.
Gigi Teo, a final-year SMU Computing student, has come a long way since the first time she spoke up in class. Today, the seasoned presenter tells us all about her most cherished experiences at SMU and why she selected the university four years ago. ... Read More
AI has infiltrated almost every industry, even the accounting sector. But in what ways exactly? SMU Assoc Prof Clarence Goh sheds some light on this and shares why accountants with tech know-how are in high demand.
What is Legal Artificial Intelligence (AI) and How Will It Affect the Next Generation of Legal Professionals?
We speak with Future Law Academy founder, Zaid Hamzah, to find out how AI and analytics are set to transform the legal profession, and what the latest SMU-X course on 'Legal Analytics and AI in Law' is all about.
Preferred.AI, a research group in SMU, recently organised TechFest 2019 to share more about the projects they are pursuing to advance the potential of AI and machine learning.
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.
SMU PhD in Information Systems graduate Ding Ying shares about the ins and outs of being a machine learning scientist at Vipshop.
Economists have long been concerned about the widening inequality gap between the wealthiest few per cent and the rest of society, but could the digital age further shift the balance of wealth?
Whether you're aware of it or not, chances are you’ve been chatting to robots of late. Will the future see chatbots replacing all human communication?