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Editorial Digital Issue 8

Editorial  -  Alvin Pang

In this digital edition of ETHOS, we are reminded that in the age of machine learning, the vital work of government is still carried out not by automatons but by people—who deserve the support and nurturing necessary for them to give their best efforts. Featuring: Amos Law, Soh Zhi Liang, Khoo Ee Wan, Zoey Lew, Sueann Soon, Wu Wei Neng, and Kenneth Sim.

Through the Looking-Glass: Three Ways Advancements in Artificial Intelligence Will Change Learning & Development

Article  -  Michael Chew, Hoe Wee Meng, Kelvin Tan

Artificial intelligence could soon transform learning by augmenting human empathy and judgement with rich, context-sensitive information.

Ethos, journal of the Civil Service College Singapore

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ETHOS is a publication of the Civil Service College, Singapore. It aims to provide thought leadership, insight and context on a wide range of public policy issues of interest to Singapore.

4th Behavioural Exchange Conference 2017

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The 4th Behavioural Exchange conference, an annual conference, discusses how behavioural insights can strengthen policy design and implementation.

Data Science in Public Policy - The New Revolution

Article  -  Do Hoang Van Khanh

Data Science tools are likely to revolutionise policymaking, but human intervention is still key to success

Lead by Learning in a Digital World

Opinion  -  N. Venkat Venkatraman

In a future shaped by transformative digital advances, leadership calls for curiosity and the discipline to learn about and through rapid change.

Behavioural Economics Symposium 2016- Data Science and Behavioural Economics

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Behavioural Economics Symposium that brought together Gary King, Sumit Agarwal, and Daniel Lim to discuss how data science complements behavioural economics in designing better policies.

Promoting Active Ageing through Virtual & Augmented Reality

Opinion  -  Jung Younbo

A Nanyang Technological University team is developing simulation tools to help seniors learn important skills at their own pace.

Breaking Down Barriers in Blended Learning

Article  -  Charmaine Lim, Mervin Loi, Do Hoang Van Khanh

Nudges and other behaviourally compatible strategies could help address the challenges of learning modes that blend face-to-face and online learning.

Behavioural Insights: Fact or Fad?

Conference material  -  Ivan Yeo, Leong Wai Yan, Rory Gallagher, Ho Teck Hua, Dilip Soman

Plenary session 1 consisted of a short presentation, followed by a discussion session among the panellists as well as Q&A with the audience. Read on for the summary of the discussion points of plenary session 1. For more details on the presentation, you can follow the link to the presentation slides.