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The future of warfare in BT Weekend
Artificial intelligence and robotics are fast becoming part of the tools of war, an evolution that will redraw the battle lines and form new businesses for the defence sector. This Saturday, our Brunch feature in The Business Times Weekend sets out some of the emerging technologies and concepts that will change the future of warfare.
In The Raffles Conversation, HP Inc CEO Dion Weisler tells how Silicon Valley has reinvented itself.
Looking at bank or airline stocks? CFA Singapore Insights in the Investing & Wealth section this weekend spells out the fundamentals that have impact on the banking sector.
The Fool's Eye View meanwhile checks out airlines and whether Warren Buffet's recently placed faith in them is justified.
Also in the paper this Saturday, BT talks to fashion designer Stella McCartney, who has gone where few designers do and bought back full control of her brand from luxury giant Kering.
What do Hurricane Irma and Siri have in common? There's no skirting the issue - personification of objects or phenomena is often coloured by an unmistakable gender bias, says Sass & The City.
Gearhead reviews Dell's latest ultrabook, the XPS 13, and finds that despite several shortcomings, it's still one of the best-performing and best-looking laptops around. And in The Finish Line, an interview with Lagardere Sports vice-president of tennis Sarah Clements on this year's fifth and final edition of the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore tournament.
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