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Tan Eng King
National Neuroscience Institute
Tan Eng King received the
2018 President’s Science Award for identifying clinical biomarkers, developing novel models and transforming patient care in Parkinson’s Disease. (Photo: National Neuroscience Institute)
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.
Online mental health services in Malaysia have boomed since the pandemic, but guidelines concerning patient security and data privacy need to be monitored.
Professor Cheong Sok Ching is championing the battle against cancers that disproportionately affect Asians, and leading drug development research in Malaysia.
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.
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?
As the sale of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) proliferates in Asia, an ecosystem of organizations, tech developers, artists and curators try to ensure the space remains responsible, safe and inclusive.
Research conducted in Vietnam indicates that supporting sustainable food production and consumption practices can help pave the way for improving both human and environmental health.
Take a look at the innovations that are unlocking the power of high performance computing to solve grand challenges in research and industry alike.
Artificial intelligence is everywhere, but it also needs to be ethical. For some, the path towards ethical AI starts with how we talk about it.