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5 June 2024
Professor Anthony Tung explores the topic of deepfake scams, their prevalence and how ordinary people can identify and prevent themselves from being deceived by them. 

Professor Anthony Tung explores the topic of deepfake scams, their prevalence and how ordinary people can identify and prevent themselves from being deceived by them.

MeWatch, Jun 2024. 

25 May 2024
Associate Professor Terence Sim of the National University of Singapore’s Centre for Trusted Internet and Community said AI-generated porn is “certainly a very pressing issue”. 

Associate Professor Terence Sim of the National University of Singapore’s Centre for Trusted Internet and Community said AI-generated porn is “certainly a very pressing issue”.

Channel News Asia, 31 May 2024

20 May 2024
The National University of Singapore School of Computing (NUS Computing) has unveiled a new Computing Gallery, the first of its kind in Southeast Asia, which documents the nation’s computing education journey at Singapore’s flagship university, among other aspects of Information Technology (IT).

The National University of Singapore School of Computing (NUS Computing) has unveiled a new Computing Gallery, the first of its kind in Southeast Asia, which documents the nation’s computing education journey at Singapore’s flagship university, among other aspects of Information Technology (IT).

Lianhe Zaobao, 21 May 2024. 

NUS News, 20 May 2024.

2 May 2024
“It’s a difficult balancing act,” says Ooi Wei Tsang, an associate professor in the School of Computing at the National University of Singapore. “Given that large language models are evolving rapidly, we are still learning how to do this.”

“It’s a difficult balancing act,” says Ooi Wei Tsang, an associate professor in the School of Computing at the National University of Singapore. “Given that large language models are evolving rapidly, we are still learning how to do this.”

IEEE Spectrum, 2 May 2024.

5 April 2024
Professor Anthony Tung discusses the impact of Open AI Sora on various industries on Hello Singapore. 

Professor Anthony Tung discusses the impact of Open AI Sora on various industries on Hello Singapore.

MeWatch, Apr 2024.

25 March 2024
Launched on March 25, the NUS AI Institute (NAII) will conduct research on how to address the ethical concerns and risks associated with AI and to apply AI across various domains such as education, healthcare, finance and sustainability.

Launched on March 25, the NUS AI Institute (NAII) will conduct research on how to address the ethical concerns and risks associated with AI and to apply AI across various domains such as education, healthcare, finance and sustainability.

The Straits Times, 25 March 2024

Economics Times, 27 March 2024

NUS News, 25 March 2024

19 March 2024
Should we still learn to code in the age of AI? Professor Hahn Jungpil says that AI has its limitations while computer education is about a way of thinking that goes beyond code. 

Should we still learn to code in the age of AI? Professor Hahn Jungpil says that AI has its limitations while computer education is about a way of thinking that goes beyond code.

The Straits Times, 19 March 2024

15 March 2024
While AI offers exciting potential for creative content creation, Professor Hahn Jungpil warns of its double-edged nature. Deepfakes pose a growing threat for spreading misinformation. He proposes proactive behavioural analysis as a promising strategy to combat this, acknowledging the challenges of regulating open-source AI and the limitations of current safeguards.

While AI offers exciting potential for creative content creation, Professor Hahn Jungpil warns of its double-edged nature. Deepfakes pose a growing threat for spreading misinformation. He proposes proactive behavioural analysis as a promising strategy to combat this, acknowledging the challenges of regulating open-source AI and the limitations of current safeguards.

The Business Times, 15 March 2024

14 March 2024
Professor Hahn Jungpil highlighted a critical challenge in the realm of deepfake detection. He emphasised that malicious actors could potentially gain an upper hand due to the need for enhanced deepfake training data to advance detection technologies.

Professor Hahn Jungpil highlighted a critical challenge in the realm of deepfake detection. He emphasised that malicious actors could potentially gain an upper hand due to the need for enhanced deepfake training data to advance detection technologies.

Lianhe Zaobao, 14 March 2024

10 March 2024
In the documentary, Associate Professor Terence Sim discusses the alarming ease with which deepfakes can be created and their astonishingly convincing nature.

In the documentary, Associate Professor Terence Sim discusses the alarming ease with which deepfakes can be created and their astonishingly convincing nature.

Channel News Asia, 10 March 2024
CH 5 Talking Point, 6 March 2024

8 March 2024
Associate Professor Bryan Low leads an accelerated Master’s programme in AI, providing early research exposure to Singaporean undergraduates. The programme emphasises energy-efficient AI and reliability, offering opportunities for students and researchers to address emerging challenges and opportunities in the field.

Associate Professor Bryan Low leads an accelerated Master’s programme in AI, providing early research exposure to Singaporean undergraduates. The programme emphasises energy-efficient AI and reliability, offering opportunities for students and researchers to address emerging challenges and opportunities in the field.

Channel News Asia, 9 March 2024
CH 5 News Tonight, 8 March 2024

4 March 2024
Associate Professor Terence Sim analysed OpenAI's showcase videos, uncovering subtle clues that can help identify AI-generated content.

Associate Professor Terence Sim analysed OpenAI's showcase videos, uncovering subtle clues that can help identify AI-generated content.

The Straits Times, 3 March 2024

26 February 2024
Prof Anthony Tung highlights the critical link between legislation and technology, particularly in regulating AI.

Prof Anthony Tung highlights the critical link between legislation and technology, particularly in regulating AI.

Lianhe Zaobao, 26 February 2024

26 February 2024
NUS Computing graduates continued to command high employment rates and earned higher starting salaries in 2023, according to the Joint Autonomous Universities Graduate Employment Survey 2023. 

NUS Computing graduates continued to command high employment rates and earned higher starting salaries in 2023, according to the Joint Autonomous Universities Graduate Employment Survey 2023.

NUS News, 22 February 2024
NUS News, 23 February 2024

NUS Computing Graduates
20 February 2024
Provost's Chair Professor Mohan Kankanhalli and Professor Anthony Tung caution against social media oversharing, stressing the risks of divulging excessive personal information, especially about children. They call for heightened awareness and education to combat these dangers, underlining the need to verify content and employ technology for fraud detection.

Provost's Chair Professor Mohan Kankanhalli and Professor Anthony Tung caution against social media oversharing, stressing the risks of divulging excessive personal information, especially about children. They call for heightened awareness and education to combat these dangers, underlining the need to verify content and employ technology for fraud detection.

8world, 19 February 2024

8 February 2024
Associate Professor Kan Min Yen emphasises that Southeast Asia's regulations are less detailed compared to the EU's, citing the region's diverse digital landscape and emerging infrastructure as reasons why strict enforcement might be challenging.

Associate Professor Kan Min Yen emphasises that Southeast Asia's regulations are less detailed compared to the EU's, citing the region's diverse digital landscape and emerging infrastructure as reasons why strict enforcement might be challenging.

Deutsche Welle, 8 February 2024

5 February 2024
Associate Professor Kan Min Yen asserts that ASEAN, as a “critical region,” stands to gain from suitable AI adoption and implementation. However, he highlights that existing AI models are primarily trained on data that inadequately represents ASEAN citizens, failing to account for local languages, cultural norms, and everyday objects.

Associate Professor Kan Min Yen asserts that ASEAN, as a “critical region,” stands to gain from suitable AI adoption and implementation. However, he highlights that existing AI models are primarily trained on data that inadequately represents ASEAN citizens, failing to account for local languages, cultural norms, and everyday objects.

China Daily, 5 February 2024

5 February 2024
"I wanted to develop an interface that provides seamless access to people to interact with the world," said Associate Professor Suranga Nanayakkara. His team developed AiSee, the groundbreaking hands-free headset that helps visually impaired individuals 'see' by converting images to audio descriptions.

"I wanted to develop an interface that provides seamless access to people to interact with the world," said Associate Professor Suranga Nanayakkara. His team developed AiSee, the groundbreaking hands-free headset that helps visually impaired individuals 'see' by converting images to audio descriptions.

The Straits Times, 5 February 2024
AZoRobotics, 5 February 2024
NUS News, 5 February 2024
Hardwarezone.com, 5 February 2024
Yahoo Finance, 6 February 2024
Tech Edition, 6 February 2024
Morning Tick, 6 February 2024
Connect The Watts, 6 February 2024
Channel News Asia, 10 February 2024
Seithi Mediacorp, 9 March 2024

17 January 2024
The FinTech Lab at the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) School of Computing has received a generous grant of US$1 million from global enterprise blockchain and crypto solutions provider Ripple’s University Blockchain Research Initiative (UBRI).
Ripple x NUS FinTech Lab
29 December 2023
Highlighting the escalating sophistication of fraudsters in their tactics, detecting fraud presents a formidable challenge due to the sheer volume of legitimate transactions, as emphasised by Professor Hahn Jungpil.

Highlighting the escalating sophistication of fraudsters in their tactics, detecting fraud presents a formidable challenge due to the sheer volume of legitimate transactions, as emphasised by Professor Hahn Jungpil.

Business Times, 29 December 2023