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.
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.
With little to no experience in the travel industry, SMU alumnus Steve Sng started OWNRIDES in Taiwan with the aim of solving an information asymmetry problem through technology. Today, OWNRIDES handles close to S$1 million worth of ... Read More
The Mentoring Circle sits down to a chat with SMU alumnus Alvin Poh to find out what advice he would give to his 20-year-old self if he had a chance to do so.
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
While, traditionally, retail payment processing has been dominated by end-of-day batch processing, this is changing with real-time payments fast becoming ubiquitous. Assoc Prof Guo Zhiling tells us more.
The Mentoring Circle invites SMU Alumni Jimmy Soh and Jackson Kwa, as well as Assoc Prof Paul Griffin to talk about adapting to an ever-changing world in this podcast.
SMU undergraduate Carissa Lim shares 5 insights about art management that she's learnt from her interviews with four Singapore arts managers, for her arts and culture management industry project module.
Tracking a smartphone's location can unlock a world of deep data on human behaviour. Associate Professor Rajesh Balan, tells us how SMU LiveLabs is doing this.
SMU alumna and Google Women Techmakers scholar Chinkita Chugh shares her observations as a female in a traditionally male dominant tech industry, and how the talent crisis is very real and not to be ignored.