The challenges of programming morality into artificial intelligence   With AI permeating every imaginable aspect of our lives, the future conceived by 20th century dystopian literature no longer seems implausible. While these pre-modern narratives focused largely on red-eyed alien robots bent on destroying humanity, the issues underpinning AI ethics now extend far

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Sonar Hong Kong 2019

April 13, 2019 Hong Kong Science and Technology Park (HKSTP)   The third year of Sónar Hong Kong’s eclectic music, arts and technology festival packed a punch, with a lineup of DJs both local and international, and a characteristically diverse array of workshops, talks, art, and tech for visitors to peruse.   The Sónar +D

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Elemental Luxury with MYKU Watches

When one thinks of gemstones, diamond engagement rings or jade bracelets often come to mind. MYKU has managed to use a variety of semi-precious gemstones to create one-of-a-kind timepieces.   The brand sources gemstones from around the world, each with their distinctive characteristics, which are sent to German artisans who cut the

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SHHH – Don’t Tell Anyone But Did You Know . . . Baltimore – “A well-kept secret”, a city with a rich history in the arts, technology and innovation. To this day, it continues to be a city of firsts— but you probably didn’t know it! Baltimore's Firsts The foundation for it is

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3 principles to transform your marketing strategy   I’m obsessed with unicorns. That might sound a bit weird for a middle-aged guy, but hear me out. For over ten years, I’ve been on a mission to discover the most successful marketing tactics available. I call these tactics unicorns. In this article, I’ll

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Uncovering the mythos of esports with Asia’s top teams   By Bertha Chiu | In 1972, a group of gamers gathered in Stanford’s Artificial Intelligence lab to play Spacewar, where the winner won a year’s subscription to Rolling Stone, their photo in said magazine, and the bragging rights that came with being

The world’s first user-designed eyewear The eyewear industry is not as it would appear. Nine out of ten frames you reach for will be from the same manufacturer: Luxottica Group. Their near-monopoly on the designer eyewear space means those Ray Bans or Dior sunnies you saved up to purchase cost almost

Bringing about a healthier startup ecosystem through the Venture Capital Method   By Douglas Abrams | There’s an epidemic of overvaluation raging in Southeast Asia’s entrepreneurial community. It appears to be highly contagious, as most entrepreneurs I meet seem to be infected. Overvaluation is dangerous for startups and can even be fatal in extreme

Crowdfunding seems to be a hot topic these days - you hear about it all the time, but chances are you might not know exactly what it is. According to the Oxford Dictionary, crowdfunding is by definition “the practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts

3 steps to achieve better marketing performance   Content marketing (CM) is not a new concept. Marketers have been using content to disseminate information about brands and products for centuries. Its history traces back to the year 1732 C.E., when Benjamin Franklin issued the Poor Richard’s Almanack to promote his printing business.   Instead

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Tell us about SunPort! SunPort is a device that allows anyone to plug in and use solar power out of the grid, without needing to own solar panels. I does this by measuring how much power you take from the wall and matching it to solar credits that come from real

“All our knowledge has its origin in our perceptions - Leonardo da vinci”   Price is merely a perception. Our brain remembers prices as either being high or low, rather than recalling specific numbers. It is therefore beneficial to your brand for people to perceive your price as low.   How can you

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