27 May 2019 Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Faculty , News Media

For many people around the world, social media has become their main source of news instead of traditional news outlets. While this has resulted in the spread of information, misinformation also spreads rapidly online. Biased reporting, the under- and over-reporting of certain topics, and the outright lies published and shared on social media. Professor Mohan Kankanhalli, Dean of NUS Computing, and Dr Christian von der Weth share their insights on the topic of fake news and the ways to tackle this problem on social media.

NUS News, 27 May 2019



24 May 2019 Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Faculty , News Media

Around the world, government agencies are trying out blockchain to speed up services, take away paper-intensive processes and simplify complex transactions for citizens. NUS Computing Associate Professor Keith Carter shares how blockchain can be used in real estate transactions and the reasons why blockchain may the solution for keeping such transactions secure.

GovInsider Asia, 24 May 2019



24 May 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Alum , News Media

Visual recognition technology company ViSenze, started by NUS Computing Professor Chua Tat Seng and alumnus Li Guangda, was named as one of 45 top Artificial Intelligence companies in the world. Other notable companies in this list include Amazon, Google, and Intel.

Datamation, 24 May 2019