Singapore open to ChatGPT use in schools, but urges caution
Schools are given "guidance and resources" to use artificial intelligence tools, including ChatGPT, to enhance learning, but students first must understand basic concepts and do not become over-reliant on technological tools, says education minister.
Singapore, EU digital pact to cover 'all areas' of bilateral cooperation
EU-Singapore Digital Partnership provides an "overarching framework" for collaboration across multiple areas in the cross-border digital economy, including electronic payments, data flows, 5G, artificial intelligence, and digital identities.
Singapore can now order social media sites to block access, as 'online safety' law kicks in
Effective from February 1, Singapore's Online Safety Act comprises a new section that regulates online communication services--specifically, social media platforms--that must comply with directives to block local access to "egregious" content or face potential fines.
Singapore firms expect business impact from metaverse, ESG
Metaverse, embedded and decentralised finance, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) are amongst top innovations businesses in Singapore believe will impact their business over the next 12 months, bringing both opportunities and challenges.
Singapore researchers create glove with 'enhanced' virtual touch
Dissatisfied with existing products in the market, a research team from National University of Singapore says its HaptGlove uses haptic feedback to let users better experience the shape, size, and texture of objects in virtual environments.
Australian law firms team up to seek compensation for Medibank data breach
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, Bannister Law Class Actions, and Centennial Lawyers are joining forces to run a "landmark" data breach complaint against Medibank, seeking compensation for "tens of thousands" affected customers already registered with the law firms.