Tag Archives: technology

How You Can Build a Real-Life Sim City

The need for specialists to envision and build future cities is real, and SMU's Smart-City Management & Technology major provides the infrastructure for creating an urban eco-system that will thrive for generations.

Could the Future of Work in Fact be Human?

There's a growing concern that our future livelihoods are under assault from the ‘rise of the machines’. But is that really the case? Korn Ferry Institute's research tells a different story.

Is Human Resources Becoming Less “Human”?

Human Resources' function may primarily be in dealing with people, but that is no excuse to lag behind in the technological revolution. We find out from Prof Rick Smith how the future of HR is changing.

The Internet of Things, Ethically Speaking

Is “smart” really better? SMU Professor Tan Hwee Pink cautions that while we enjoy the benefits of the Internet of things, the threats and issues are also things the should not be overlooked.

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