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AI is changing the face of HR

In HR, machine learning is perhaps the most successful branch of AI.  It can help identify which candidates are most likely to be successful for a position; or similarly, ascertain which employees may not be suitable for a role in the next few years.  Through feeding information to the system, it can cast predictions and help shape HR performance.

AI offers a fresh shock – and a further threat

China’s robotic news presenter draws sneers, but the bugs will soon be worked out, and then the next mission begins 

Popularity contest: From village funds to people’s banks

Proposed ‘people’s financial institutions’ could be a boon to the rural and the poor, even if they are an election ploy

Whither Asean’s relevance in a changing geopolitical order? 

The Asean Summit in Singapore draws to a close amid the typical fanfare and self-congratulatory atmosphere. As the chairmanship baton passes on to Thailand in 2019, concerns remain over the relevance of Asean as the proverbial elephant in the room.

Japanese govt must detail measures to accept foreign workers

Deliberations on the bill to revise Japan’s Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Law have started at a plenary session of the House of Representatives. The legislation would create new types of residence status to expand the scale of accepting foreign workers.

Who heeds a man of no integrity?

Suthep Thaugsuban’s glory days are behind him, yet he expects further success as a cheerleader for the junta 

Have no doubt, Imelda Marcos will be free soon

Dash your hopes. Imelda Marcos will never serve a jail sentence. Not because she is 89 years old, but because she is simply filthy rich.

Stan Lee’s legacy: the ubiquity of superheroes in current pop culture

The face of superhero culture may be gone with the passing of Marvel legend Stan Lee, but there is no risk of his work fading into the pop culture background.

Rohingya repatriation must be halted

Asean must intervene to ensure refugees return voluntarily and those who return will be safe

Trump is messing up foreign policy 

The headline is deliberately ambiguous. To clarify: US President Donald Trump “and his political opponents” are seriously complicating the foreign policies of nations all over the world, let alone those of America. How we engage with North Korea is one example.

An eastern vintage takes off

In China’s Himalayas, a wine ‘flying above the clouds’

Mr Trump, thank you for not attending the Asean summit

For Asean leaders, US President Donald Trump’s decision to skip their annual summit is a surprising gift. Trump will not attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit in Port Moresby this weekend either. 

The tough agenda in Singapore

World leaders have a minefield of issues to clear, from trade and territorial disputes to a humanitarian crisis

The tussle with China in the Mekong basin

Countries in the lower Mekong basin are in need of a collective strategy to secure their future, given China’s control of the river upstream and ongoing changes in global geo-politics.

Marcos corruption verdict proves there’s still life in the law

Filipinos who fought the Marcos regime and rejoiced over its overthrow in 1986 will surely welcome Imelda Marcos’s conviction for corruption and order she serve time behind bars.

‘Ababis’ and ‘Star Wnrs’: Fake merchandise floods Chinese e-commerce

Sneakers on a popular Chinese e-commerce platform look like Adidas, but are branded “Ababis”. Underwear resembling Calvin Klein are called “Caiwen Kani”. Toys with an uncanny resemblance to a certain blockbuster movie franchise opt for “Star Wnrs”.

Your invitation to the afterlife

Indonesia’s Toraja live among the dead – but tourists are welcome to visit

Legally, Thailand is free of sexual harassment

Last week’s protests by Google’s global workforce don’t resonate here, but they should

The out-of-this-world success of Singles’ Day

Alibaba Group is taking its stratospheric success to the next level with the launch of a mini-space station and a communication satellite, to coincide with the e-commerce giant’s 10th annual Singles’ Day shopping extravaganza, held yesterday.

World War I in numbers

Millions dead and millions more wounded, widowed and orphaned: the dizzying casualty tolls from World War I are an indication of the scale and horror of the 1914-1918 conflict.