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Data Privacy in the Age of Big Data

31 October 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

As Singapore becomes a Smart Nation, concerns about privacy, surveillance and data collection becomes more pertinent as both structured and unstructured data is used. Associate Professor Anthony Tung shares his thoughts and research in data privacy in the Channel 8 News interview segment.

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Preventing cyberattacks through smart network surveillance

30 October 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

Cyberattacks are a significant problem, but it can be difficult for organizations to distinguish the early stages of an attack from normal network traffic. Associate Professor Chan Mun Choon’s lab is working on machine learning algorithms that can analyse large amounts of network data with the aim of detecting even novel forms of attack in real time.

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Unhackable hardware for secure data sharing

30 October 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

When we want to collaborate but worry about data privacy, one solution is to create secure areas on individual devices which can interact with each other but cannot be accessed by the device’s owner, or be used to hack the device owner’s data. Associate Professor Chang Ee Chien’s research group is working on using this idea to create new services in areas such as cloud storage and blockchain.

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Smarter lifelong learning with AI

25 October 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

NUS has partnered SkillsFuture Singapore to develop artificial intelligence (AI)-based tools to help Singaporean working adults identify courses that support their career goals. These efforts dovetail with similar projects, such as the NUS career+ app recently co-developed by NUS Computing. “Recent advances in AI are well suited to the challenges of course recommendation and career guidance,” said NUS Computing Associate Professor Min-Yen Kan. “Using methodologies like collaborative filtering and natural language analysis, we are optimistic that our research will support the creation of impactful technologies.”

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New faculty members join NUS Computing

17 October 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty

 

17 October 2018 – NUS Computing welcomes three new faculty members to the Department of Computer Science. They are:

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Click It: Cloud Storage and Security

14 October 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

With the rising popularity of cloud storage, concerns about the security of cloud computing grow as hackers start targeting these storage systems. Associate Professor Chang Ee Chien shares his insights about cloud storage, as well as the benefits and costs of using cloud storage. 

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Online Shopping and the Science of Serendipity: NUS Computing Researcher Jack Jiang on Product Search in Social Commerce

11 October 2018 Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Faculty , Research , Feature , Digital Innovation in the Service Economy , Social Media & Digital Business , Data Science & Business Analytics

Have you ever gone to an e-commerce website with the intention of buying one specific thing, but then ended up with something totally different?

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NUS Computing faculty members win teaching excellence award

01 October 2018 Department of Computer Science , Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Faculty

 

1 October 2018 – Three NUS Computing faculty members were presented with the Annual Teaching Excellence Award (ATEA) on 28 September 2018 for their high level of commitment to teaching.

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Souping up parity games

26 September 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Research , Feature , Artificial Intelligence , Algorithms & Theory

It was a sweltering summer morning in July 2016, and the olive grove close to the town of Andria in the Italian countryside baked silently in the 40-degree heat. But what began as a quiet morning would soon descend into chaos.

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NUS forms academic cryptocurrency think tank

18 September 2018 Department of Computer Science , Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Faculty , News Media

The CRYSTAL (Cryptocurrency Strategy, Techniques, and Algorithms) Centre was established by NUS Computing on 18 September. The new centre, an academic research laboratory and think tank, will be co-directed by Dean’s Chair Assistant Professor Prateek Saxena and Associate Professor Keith Barrett Carter from the Department of Computer Science and Department of Information Systems and Analytics respectively.

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Team Singapore wins one gold, two silvers and one bronze at the 2018 International Olympiad in Informatics

18 September 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Student

18 September 2018 – Team Singapore, led by Dr Steven Halim from NUS School of Computing and Dr Daren Ler from the Ministry of Education, won one gold medal, two silver medals and one bronze medal at the 2018 International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) held from 1 to 8 September 2018, Tsukuba, Japan.

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AI based Workforce Optimization Startup FriarTuck Raises S$5 Million Series A Financing from Philips and SEEDS Capital

10 September 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Alum , News Media

FriarTuck, a Singapore-based developer of enterprise software, has raised US$3.63 million in series A funding from Philips, the Dutch tech giant, and Seeds Capital, the investment arm of government agency Enterprise Singapore. FriarTuck is co-founded by Computer Engineering graduate Alan Sevugan and National University of Singapore Associate Professor Martin Henz. The startup develops artificial intelligence-driven tech solutions to make operations more efficient. Its WorkforceOptimizer platform runs the gamut of functions, from budgeting and payroll to managing employee shifts and supply chains.

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Big Data Meets Influencer Marketing: NUS Computing Researcher Tuan Q. Phan Develops “Multinetwork Approach” to Going Viral

07 September 2018 Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Faculty , Research , Feature , Economics of IS , Data Science & Business Analytics

One of biggest challenges in marketing is the task of identifying influencers in today’s large and complex social networks, such as Facebook or LinkedIn.

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Blockchain gets better: moving beyond Bitcoin

24 August 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Research , Feature , Security , Systems & Networking , Algorithms & Theory

Steeped in every culture since the beginning of time are legendary figures of mythical proportions. The Greeks and Romans had Hercules, the Celts had King Arthur, and the Chinese had Sun Wukong. The tech world we live in today is no exception, and one figure that looms large is Satoshi Nakamoto.

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PhD student wins first place in the Grand Challenge on DASH

06 August 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Student , Media

6 August 2018 – PhD student Abdelhak Bentaleb won first place in the Grand Challenge on Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH) at the IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME) held from 23 to 27 July, at San Diego, California.

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Assistant Professor Reza Shokri wins prestigious award for privacy research

02 August 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Security , Algorithms & Theory , Artificial Intelligence

 

2 August 2018 – Assistant Professor Reza Shokri was conferred the Caspar Bowden Award for Outstanding Research in Privacy Enhancing Technologies at the annual Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium, held from 24 to 26 July 2018.

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A woman in a digital world

31 July 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

In a series by NUS News which profiles some of the University’s prominent females making waves in STEM, Professor Leong Tze Yun shares about how she entered into computing and the work she is involved in as Director of AI Technology at AI Singapore.

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A woman in a digital world

31 July 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media , Artificial Intelligence

 

31 July 2018 – NUS Computing Professor Leong Tze Yun is a forerunner in Singapore’s artificial intelligence (AI) drive to power the future economy. As Director of AI Technology at national research and development initiative AI Singapore (AISG), Prof Leong works at the intersection of machine and human intelligence.

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Blockchain technology could disrupt logistics industry

30 July 2018 Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Faculty , News Media

In a Channel News Asia feature story on blockchain technology, Associate Professor Hahn Jungpil discusses the benefits of blockchain and how it can adopted into businesses and industries.

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Four new faculty members join NUS Computing

24 July 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty

 

24 July 2018 – Four new faculty members have joined the Department of Computer Science in NUS Computing. They are:

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