Tomorrow’s Technology Today

Technology has advanced by leaps and bounds in the past 35 years, immensely impacting our societies and changing the outlook of the human race.

In this issue of THINK, we attempt to take stock of how the advancement of technology is changing our lives – in areas ranging from the fight against climate change, medicine and healthcare, internet technology and social media, even arts and music – and share some views on how we should adapt to these changes, as well as some of the issues surrounding these new innovations.

In this issue:

  • Minimising Learning Loss Through Education Technology: An Interview with Sooinn Lee
    Sooinn Lee, CEO of Enuma, Inc. explains how, by having the right products at the right time, her EdTech company provides digital solutions to help bridge education gaps among young learners in various parts of the world;

  • How did a Science on the Sideline Strike the Lottery? — The Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics – Syukuro “Suki” Manabe – in my eyes
    Atmospheric scientist Dr Yuanyuan Fang pays tribute to 2021 Nobel Physics Prize Laureate Syukuro “Suki” Manabe – the scientist who shaped modern climate science research, and the father of climate modelling;

  • The Road Ahead for Climate Change: An Interview with Prof Koh Lian Pin
    Prof Koh Lian Pin, Director of the National University of Singapore’s Centre for Nature-based Climate Solutions, discusses various aspects of how technology plays a role in the fight against climate change;

… and many more.

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Mr Ho Swee Huat

Mr Ho Swee Huat is the Founder and Managing Director of Abacus Assets Advisors Pte Ltd. Before starting the company, he had an established career in the banking industry, with 20 years of experience in Singapore, Hong Kong and New York.

He was an Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of CapitaCommercial Trust Management LTD from 2004 to 2013.

He is the current Chairman of Autism Association (Singapore) which he co-founded with a group of parents in 1992. He is also Vice-Chairman of Eden School, a special school for children with autism.

Mr Ho holds a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a Liberal Arts degree in Economics from Hamilton College, USA.

He has been a member of the Board of the Foundation since its incorporation.