facial recognition

01 Feb: Facial Recognition in Classes: No More Escape

Educational institutions around the world are adapting to new technologies to be able to provide better education and all-round development to their students. With the tuition fees at an all-time high, they have to ensure that the students are following the rules of the institution so as to increase the quality of the education being provided.

25 Jan: China’s Influence on the Global Economy: Why are business incubators looking to China?

The world is embracing startups at faster rates than ever. However, one region is gaining a lot of attention due to their growing influence on incubators. China has immense economic growth, they’re the fastest growing economy and country in the world. But to understand why the startup world is taking so many trends from them, you need to know why they are being touted as a model to emulate:

10 Dec: Uber and the Decay of Morality

With Uber’s Travis Kalanick’s resignation a while back and the hiring of ex-Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, many people would deem the issue of who is Uber boss to be over. News in business and tech gets stale fast and people’s reading retention rates drop like stones.
working smart

08 Dec: Working Smart – 5 Easy Tips

It’s not easy being told all the time to work smart, not hard. Especially for someone like me, who comes from a culture that prizes hard work above all else. Sometimes, working too hard can lead to problems, and the Japanese even have a work for that – karoshi – which is death from overwork.

05 Dec: Should You Let Amazon In? A Quick Look at Amazon Key

For a company that started as nothing more than an online bookstore, Amazon has grown into a behemoth that can provide almost anything you might need. Their newest foray into offering everything under the sun is a service called Amazon Key. A very new and unique offering, many are quite excited about the idea. The question is, should you be?