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Tech can amplify great teaching - but it can't replace bad teaching

THE future of education is about pairing the artificial intelligence of computers with the cognitive, social and emotional skills and values of human beings.

Raising capital in the digital world

FOR businesses looking to raise capital from the public and for investors looking for potentially higher returns in an active platform which a stock exchange affords, the conventional pathway of...

Making the cashless system work

The Government has been pushing electronic transactions aggressively. However, are we truly ready for this? (...

Improve customer service for tech issues

I felt a sense of deja vu when I read Mr Foo Tuan Tong's letter about the digital payment snafu (...

In pursuit of a 4-day work week, significant changes to work culture needed

For most employed adults around the world, the work day is defined by the 9am to 6pm grind, an eight-hour day that is replicated five days a week.

Uber-Deliveroo deal: Singapore deja vu for ridehailing giant?

THE Uber-Deliveroo deal unveiled on Friday could present Uber with a dilemma in South-east Asia, where Uber owns a nearly 30 per cent stake in Grab (which runs GrabFood, a Deliveroo rival), and...

Is technology disrupting governance?

THERE has been an explosion in the possibilities brought about by rapid developments in technology these past few years. Many companies are reinventing their business models, or exploring digital...

Small businesses will benefit from simplified e-payment model

We thank Mr Tew Woon Chong for his letter ( Unified e-...

Is the cashless jigsaw complete?

By all accounts, there is no better time to jump on the cashless bandwagon than now. This is chiefly because the Government is picking up the tab for equipment rental and the 0.5 per cent...

7 in 10 retrenched workers helped by taskforce found jobs within 6 months

SEVEN in 10 retrenched workers who were helped by a dedicated taskforce last year were able to find jobs within six months.