The Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolution is rapidly reshaping the way we live, work, and solve problems. Amid this technological transformation, however, a significant gap persists in the public’s understanding of AI and its implications for the future workforce. This was the central point of discussion at the Straits Times Education Forum 2024, held on 8 March 2024, in partnership with the Singapore Management University (SMU) and in support of SkillsFuture.

Student Evaluation of Teaching, or SET, is commonly used in higher education as feedback for course instructors’ performance. Students rate their teachers quantitatively, scoring their performance on a numerical scale on questions such as “Teacher is prepared for class” and “I have learnt a lot from this teacher”.

One vision of smart cities is to exploit mobile devices to collect information, extract knowledge, and make decisions about the citizens and their living environment to provide i

The NRF Investigatorship grant will support SMU Professor Archan Misra’s vision of a smart city where humans and devices work collaboratively on projects.

SMU Professor Archan Misra has received a National Research Foundation (NRF) Investigatorship grant to develop new capabilities in ultra-low power sensing and embedded machine intelligence, which can catalyse innovative applications in smart cities, factories and buildings.

Assistant Professor Richard Crowley from SMU’s School of Accountancy examines financial accounting using both archival and analytical methods for his research.

Artificial intelligence can be integrated into transportation and security systems to improve our quality of life.
SMU PDLS: Mr Jack Dorsey | Special Dialogue on 20 Mar 2019