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  1. Think You’re Discreet Online Think Again HERO 1_pexels

    Think you’re discreet online? Today's tech is more powerful than you thought

    There is no longer such a thing as individually “opting out” of our privacy-compromised world.
  2. A man holds an Apple iPhone as he walks on a street in New York

    Commentary: Your smartphone knows when you will be next sick

    If you carry your smartphone with you everywhere, it’s probably already tracking a lot of data about you and your behaviour, says one observer.
  3. business person walking with satchel

    Commentary: Lawyers may have to grapple with big data soon

    Human judgment will remain a crucial ingredient but legal practice will likely be augmented by artificial intelligence in the future, say two ...
  4. KL Malaysia traffic in 2012

    Edelman and EDB want to unlock companies’ ability to use data for good

    Communications firm partners Singapore Economic Development Board to launch its first Edelman Predictive Intelligence Centre here.
  5. Personal data on Vietnamese Facebook and Google users is currently stored in Hong Kong and Singapore

    Commentary: When machines make decisions on our behalf, fears of redundancy, new questions emerge

    A new council has been set up to advise the Singapore Government on the ethical use of AI and data but the challenges are far more wide-ranging, ...
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    New council to advise Singapore Government on ethical use of AI, data

    The council will be headed by former attorney-general V K Rajah, and is part of three related initiatives to drive awareness and understand the ...
  7. Indoor slippers

    Commentary: If Facebook is so smart, why does it keep selling me slippers?

    We are supposed to believe social media's sophisticated algorithms built upon data scraping and machine learning know us better than our closest ...
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    Commentary: Social media data gatherers should be regulated like financial advisers

    Facebook and Twitter hold and use assets that belong to their customers, says one observer from the Financial Times.
  9. smart city india

    Commentary: Smart cities might not be such a bright idea

    Instead of championing connectivity and efficiency, urban planners should figure out what people really want out of their neighbourhoods, say a ...