The COVID-19 pandemic has shored up realities that schools were aware of but not necessarily high up on their priority. Institutions were progressively implementing technological solutions in various parts of the organisations. However, with school closures, these solutions had to be amped up or introduced at a quicker pace.
In this series of interviews, our leaders share how they are implementing emerging technologies such as Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, solutions they are looking to invest in in the next 12-24 months and the wider implications that university education has on society.
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Tan Shui-Min, Chief Information Technology Officer, National University of Singapore
Lee Chye Seng, Director of Learning Systems & Applications, Singapore University of Social Sciences
Assoc. Prof. Natcha Thawesaengskulthai, PhD, PMP, AFHEA, Vice President for Strategic Planning, Innovation, and Global Engagement, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Universities are the beating hearts of innovation, but how much of that innovation is found operating on the campus? Our leaders share how they are implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and even autonomous vehicles to provide a smart campus, teaching and learning experience.
Investments to Power Digital Transformation
What are universities searching for to further their efforts in digitalisation? From 5G connectivity, and big data management to Robotic Process Automation (RPA), these institutions are making heavy investments and strategically shifting their focus to making the digital campus a reality.
What Does University Education Look Like
Tan Shui-Min, CITO at the National University of Singapore (NUS) shares her vision of a ‘borderless’ university, allowing students to experience NUS from wherever they are. As universities move into new delivery models and redefine curriculums, what does it truly mean to go to university and what can future students expect?