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This issue looks at Singapore's ambition to be a smart Nation, and explores the apparent tensions and trade-offs that both underpin and animate Singapore's Smart Nation efforts.
With Singapore's ambition to be a Smart Nation, what does it really mean to be "smart" these days? This issue explores the apparent tensions and trade-offs that both underpin and animate Singapore's Smart Nation efforts.
Singapore’s ambitious Smart Nation initiative is about harnessing technology to stay ahead as a global city and to improve lives and livelihoods for all.
Emerging technologies promise new service possibilities—but organisations need to understand how best to embrace, apply and develop them to advance their goals.
The Digital Readiness Programme Office is pursuing comprehensive, relevant and inclusive measures to help Singaporeans make the most of a brighter digital future.
In a digital era, governments must be more data-driven in decision-making, and work with citizens differently.
Software has characteristics that make it hard to build with traditional management techniques; effective development requires a different, more exploratory and iterative approach.
A Singaporean in Silicon Valley argues for new work structures, principles and practices, and incentives that will appeal to the top tech talent we want.
An approach borrowed from software development could help public service teams take faster and more adaptive action in complex, volatile conditions.
A leading member of the team that created FormSG shares his seven steps to building a breakthrough software application, fast.
An integrated and nuanced approach, deploying both humans and machines, will be needed to counter the emerging technology’s potential for malicious abuse.
David Hardoon from MAS and StanChart’s Shameek Kundu offer perspectives on the implications of emerging innovations, on and beyond the financial industry.
Seven indicators could offer a more comprehensive and useful overview of how well the public sector is doing in going digital.