Books on the future

Must-Read Books On The Future

IF YOU haven’t read these books in the next six months, or their replacements, you’re not going to be clued in. That's the warning/advice from Mark Lautman, at the recent the...

3 Energy Milestones To Plug Into

OUR use and abuse of Earth's energy and resources has forced the planet and the population to evaluate how we function. Change is necessary if we are not to overtax...
Ben Choi, Nanyang Business School, NTU, Mike Hagbeck, Space Next Door, Vikram Kumar, Yuwee, OUE, W.Atelier, Vault@268, Pernod Ricard, Perrier Jouet, Schibello Coffee Roastery, Little Creatures

Sharing Images From The Sharing Economy

THE challenges of being a start-up in the sharing economy were brought into sharp focus at the recent Keep It Going: By Design discussion.  Held in W. Atelier’s cosy showroom in Henderson,...

Reverse Mentoring, Investment And Social Media Tips

THE QUESTIONS from the audience raised some thought-provoking questions and suggestions at the recent Keep It Going: the Nth revolutioN discussion on Machine Learning & Design. The effects of social...
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Fake News – Facing The Facts

MOHAMED GERALDEZ talks about the impact of fake news on society and why he feels legislation should not be the way to go. The US entrepreneur and vlogger was speaking at...

Data In Context – KIG 2014

If big data is cascading into our lives, how can we absorb what is relevant? Panelists of the Byte Into It discussion of Keep It Going: The Next Big...
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The Charger Award Follows The Billionaires

WHICH listed companies are the billionaires placing their bets on? For the last six months the investments of a unique group of investors has been tracked by the spiking app. We...

Why did SingTel Sponsor F1?

You've got to hear this! At Keep It Going, P. Jeyaratnam recalls how he asked why SingTel sponsored Formula 1 and was met with an answer that perhaps reflected the...

How Much Should You Trust Machines?

OUR reliance on machines has grown since the industrial revolution. From production lines machines are now snug in our pockets and purses. We have allowed machines to do the grunt work for...