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    Who Published It?

    As generative AI enters the landscape of scientific writing and publication, the scientific ecosystem is wrestling with questions surrounding the extent of the technology’s use, how to regulate it and its impact on the practice of science itself.

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    Generative AI’s Shadow On Jobs

    Generative AI might eliminate thousands of current jobs, but also create new ones. How worried should we be and who is most at risk?

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    Chatbot Revolution

    ChatGPT-powered chatbots are on the rise but their reliability remains in question. As more companies build synthetic media into their business model, we analyze the scope of its skillset.

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    Ink Gets Intelligent

    In the face of changing artistic landscapes and creative credit controversy, some artists, researchers and computer scientists in Asia are exploring how generative AI can be used to preserve traditional art.

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    Playing The Molecular Chess Game

    In the search for new drugs for critical diseases, generative AI might be the helping hand researchers need to speed up a years-long process.

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    Five Ways HPC Is Enabling Digital-Based Learning

    New interactive and immersive learning methods are entering the education landscape. With high-performance computing at the forefront, education across Asia is experiencing a digital transformation.

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    Closing The Gap Between HPC Tech And Education

    The relationship between HPC technologies and its literacy is inextricably intertwined—each relying on the other to advance the field and unlock its full potential.

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    Playing Nicely With AI

    As curious students venture the uncharted territory of generative AI, education systems are tasked with ensuring its appropriate use while still delivering quality education.

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    Accelerating Decarbonization: Fugaku In The Race To Net Zero

    In a race against time, researchers are tapping into the computational power of Fugaku to solve our world’s pressing carbon problem.

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    Capping Carbon On Asia’s Supercomputers

    Thoughtful processor design, optimized programming and strong government support are helping to make high performance computing ecosystems more sustainable.

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    Caring For The Caregivers

    COVID-19 exposed and exacerbated the mental toll of being a healthcare worker especially in low-resource settings in Asia. As we move toward a new normal, governments, hospitals and mental health experts are beginning to support the neglected community of health care workers, but many challenges are yet to be addressed.

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    Good Trip

    For those struggling with the long shadows of depression, conventional medicines can be a frustrating hit-or-miss. Psychedelics might offer a novel solution.

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    The Climate Anxiety Issue

    Mental health and climate change are often discussed as crucial but separate issues. As extreme weather events become more frequent and impact communities, researchers in Asia are beginning to shed light on a phenomenon called climate anxiety.

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    Fostering The Next Generation Of HPC Leaders

    As the world enters the era of exascale computing, events like the EU-ASEAN HPC School are connecting young scholars across the region with new technologies, experts and each other.

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    Pulling The Curtains On Climate Change

    From predicting torrential rains to modeling urban climates, supercomputing provides us the necessary tools to navigate the climate crisis.

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    Tech That Gives Back

    As natural disasters, climate change and health emergencies continue to affect communities in Asia, people and institutions turn to tech to provide help.

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    Asia’s HPC Scorecard

    Emerging from the global pandemic, the vitality and dynamism of AsiaPacific’s supercomputing sector is almost palpable. From climate modeling to precision medicine, the frontiers of human knowledge are constantly being challenged—and this pursuit is not looking like it’s losing momentum any time soon.

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    Is Your Online Therapy Safe?

    Online mental health services in Malaysia have boomed since the pandemic, but guidelines concerning patient security and data privacy need to be monitored.

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    Language Models Running Wild

    Language modeling is the task of predicting text and one of the hottest trends in AI right now. But it has deep flaws, quoting racism, sexism, misinformation and more—making substantial monitoring key to developing language models.

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    Web Of Lies

    False, misleading and potentially harmful content can spread fast on social media, enabled by algorithms that thrive on engagement. Can big tech platforms cut through the noise?