In the inaugural episode of Channel News Asia’s “Future Forward” series, host Asha Gill speaks with experts on architecture, urban planning, and technology to explore some of the leading “smart city” strategies around the world, especially Singapore.
How can we reignite passion and enthusiasm for science, technology, engineering and math amongst tomorrow’s workforce? GE Reports speaks to Ayesha Khanna about how to re-engage young Australians in STEM.
The increasing ability of people to exchange goods, services, and labor directly, via online platforms, is transforming how modern economies operate. Smart regulation will bring out the best of the “sharing economy”.
The shareconomy is a highly efficient form of peer-to-peer capitalism, which lets participants mutually determine the value of goods and services on a transactional basis. But it is also chaotic, fraught with consequences that require a rapid evolution in regulations.
Tech giants like Google, Microsoft, Apple and Facebook are winning the war for talent and Silicon Valley office space, encouraging start-ups to go on a global hunt for a new heartland. In Asia, Singapore wants to be the answer.