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Emerging Technology Forum (ETF) - 18th September 2018!

Prof Lim Ee Peng was invited to give a keynote lecture on "Smart Cities for Smart Citizens" at the “Emerging Technology Forum (ETF)” during MediaTek’s Innovation Day on 18th September 2018! Prof Lim shared about how the use of Data Science can uncover knowledge and insights in different forms, structured or unstructured, while Smart City and Smart Nation, on the other hand, are using sensors, information, and information technologies to address today’s and future municipal and social challenges. The keynote discussed on the research and application opportunities of using data science to create new and smart services for people living in highly urbanized cities and nations, which is an important aspect of smart city/nation efforts.

The purpose of Mediatek’s Innovation Day was to encourage engineers to learn new things, technology or innovation that are happening in the world beyond what we are doing every day. The Innovation day aims to equip everyone to learn what impact or changes AI can bring to the society and to become a smart city / nation.

Role of AI in Singapore’s Smart Nation plan shared at SMU AI conference

SMU Provost Prof Lily Kong highlighted how the roots of AI research in SMU started many years ago in its various labs: its Living Analytics Research Center (LARC), LiveLabs Urban Lifestyle Innovation Platform and Fujitsu-SMU Urban Computing and Engineering Corporate Lab (UniCEN).

Best Paper Award (DH2018)

LARC just won a best paper award (Does Journaling Encourage Healthier Choices? Analyzing Healthy Eating Behaviors of Food Journalers)at the ACM Digital Health Conference 2018!

Pulse of the Smart Nation

“A Smart Nation is one that is capable of identifying citizens’ needs, in order to create or adapt services to meet these needs,” Professor Lim Ee Peng, Director of the Living Analytics Research Centre (LARC) at the Singapore Management University (SMU), told TechNews.

Invited Talk

Ee-Peng LIM, Personalized Participatory Nation Through Data Analytics, International Forum 2016 on THEME “KNOWLEDGE, INFORMATION AND DATA IN OPEN ACCESS SOCIETY”, Tsukuba City, Japan.

Machine Learning is transforming healthcare

Food image recognition enables smart food logging—people can capture photos of their daily food intake and monitor their eating behaviours.

Exhibition Showcase. Singapore International Cyber Week – GovernmentWare 2016

Supercomputer Supports Singapore AL Research

Open Data in Singapore

The government’s open data portal (data.gov.sg) houses data sets from 71 government ministries and agencies, including over 350 data sets related to health originating from the Health Promotion Board, Health Sciences Authority and Ministry of Health. Singapore has also used the data portal as a means for catalyzing citizen engagement around available data, though, for example, the Data in the City Visualization Challenge, which asked citizens to tell “your Singapore story using data.” As Professor Ee-Peng LIM, Director of Living Analytics Research Centre, Singapore Management University, describes, “Singapore is heading toward an effort to use both public and private enterprise data to innovate her economy as well as her society. This is currently the mindset of the government, as well as the nation.

GE2015 Analytics

Living Analytics Research Centre from Singapore Management University has developed an analytic software that aggregates General Election 2015 related content posts from more than 200 blogs. According to the current set of posts, the most discussed topics are “Campaigning”, “Cost of Living” and “Immigration”.

Last updated on 24 May 2019 .