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Northern Trust (Nasdaq: NTRS), the National University of Singapore’s School of Computing (NUS Computing) and Asian Institute of Digital Finance (NUS AIDF) today announced a series of research and industry development initiatives that will advance efforts to define the future of blockchain for institutional investors.
30 May 2023 — Held in conjunction with NUS Computing’s 25th Anniversary, the inaugural Singapore Vision Day 2023 welcomed for the first time in Singapore over 170 computer vision researchers in academia and the industry to foster an exchange of research ideas and build a community of experts in computer vision. It was also an opportunity for computing students to get exposure to industry participants and to engage companies that plan to incorporate computer vision in their future R&D plans.
29 May 2023 - Singapore Blockchain Innovation Programme (SBIP), hosted by the National University of Singapore (NUS) School of Computing, and InterOpera have successfully completed a nine-month Proof of Concept (PoC) with InterOpera to develop a model of interoperability for regulated capital markets, to tackle cross-chain connectivity while automating regulatory requirements in capital markets. This potentially optimises existing capital market transactions by lowering operational costs, increasing market liquidity, and creating new investment options.
15 May 2023 — The National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School and School of Computing (NUS Computing) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Wuxi Economic Development District (WEDD) on 5 May 2023, to advance collaboration in research and development (R&D), and talent cultivation in Big Data, Business Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence.
Offered by NUS’ School of Computing, the Master of Computing programme helps learners develop their IT skills through four well-curated specializations and a general track, for non-computing students who wish to embark on an accelerated conversion to the computing field.
“This makes way for more knowledge sharing and collaboration amongst students from different educational institutions, which could lead to greater achievements,” said Associate Professor James Pang, Co-Director of the NUS Business Analytics Centre (NUS BAC), one of the main organisers of the event.
Host Krist Boo discusses Singapore’s rise as a global tech city in Work Talk, a podcast to help you work smarter, think deeper and get ahead in your work life. Joining her in this episode are Mr Anshul Jain, managing director for Southeast Asia and India with Cushman & Wakefield, Ms Yean Cheong, executive director of SGTech, and three computing students from the National University of Singapore, Mr Davidson Chua, Mr Lin Jiayong and Mr Jirapat Jirasevijinda.
The Digital and Intelligence Service (DIS) organised the inaugural Critical Infrastructure Defence Exercise (CIDeX) from 15 to 16 November at the National University of Singapore (NUS) School of Computing.
Kristoffer Jacek Soh first met Terence Tan when they were both serving the army during National Service (NS). Whenever they had free time in the camp, the two of them would read technical documents on payment systems, applications and database development.
For working professionals, NUS's Advanced Computing for Executives School offers an online executive education class on blockchain, crypto and distributed ledgers that counts toward achieving a certificate in emerging and disruptive technologies.
The Advanced Computing for Executives (ACE) centre, a continuing education and training unit under the National University of Singapore’s School of Computing (NUS Computing), and All Digital Future LLP have partnered to launch a new Digital Transformation Leaders Programme (NUS DTLP).
The School of Computing at the National University of Singapore (NUS) got the ball rolling on Aug 16 and 17, with 1,000 or so students and 66 employers attending the first full-scale career fair at the faculty in three years.
Professor Tan Kian Lee, 57, will take over from Professor Mohan Kankanhalli as dean from January next year. Prof Tan was head of the NUS computer science department from 2014 to 2020. His research focuses on issues related to managing and analysing big data, or complex data sets. He was a recipient of the NUS Outstanding University Researcher Award in 1998 and a co-recipient of Singapore's President Science Award in 2011.
Homemade deepfakes are more common than ever as tools to create them have become more powerful and more readily available. The Straits Times attempted to create one to see just how easy it would be.
Klaytn, the leading Layer-1 blockchain in Asia, has announced its selection of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and the National University of Singapore (NUS) to host and operate its Blockchain Research Center (BRC) Program.
As a frequent online shopper on e-commerce site Taobao, Lin Huai An found he could get good prices on items like keyboards and K-pop photo cards. However, his friends could not enjoy the bargains since Taobao is published only in Chinese.
People keen to pursue a master's degree will pay 10 per cent less for certain courses at the National University of Singapore (NUS) from next year. This will apply to all courses whose fees are not already subsidised by the Government, numbering about 70, with an additional 5 per cent discount for NUS graduates, said the university on Tuesday (July 19).
Singaporeans are active and hardworking, and they are why the Republic is great and modern, said 19-year-old Nyamdavaa Amar, a first-year Mongolian student at the National University of Singapore's (NUS) School of Computing.
On Friday (July 8), he shared his impression of the country with Mongolian Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai who was in NUS as part of his official visit to Singapore from Wednesday to Saturday.
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