COMMENTARY

PREDICTING the course of technological progress is extremely difficult. Just because worries about human obsolescence ultimately turned out to be misplaced in the Industrial Revolution doesn't...

AS the number and severity of cyber crime attacks continue to climb, it is not surprising that companies are finding it increasingly more difficult to keep up with the pace.

AS co-founder of a tech startup, I spend a lot of my time thinking about the future of blue-collared work. At Nimbus, we build technology to make it easy for our clients to run their office. Unlike...

[LONDON] Financial services workers will be among the first to be hit by the rise of automation while women will feel the effects earlier than men, according to research by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

PORT operator PSA Singapore is holding a new exhibition to showcase its advanced port technologies, including some that will be unveiled to the public for the first time.

NEW YORK - The US$5.1 trillion-a-day currency market is losing its human touch.

THE Building and Construction Authority (BCA) will from now on publish a forecast of the tenders requiring prefabricated technologies that are expected to be called each year, so construction firms...

AS A teenager in Britain, one of the few television programmes that was a viewing fixture for me was Tomorrow's World. Every week, it looked at innovations that promised to change how human...

BHP Billiton Ltd, the world's biggest mining company, is studying the introduction of giant, automated cargo ships to carry everything from iron ore to coal as part of a strategic shift that may...

SINGAPOREAN employees realise that automation might bring about changes in job security - for better or worse - and are willing to undergo training to meet the challenge of automation.