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The future of jobs and education | TEDxChiangMai

“Success is not possible without human creativity and cooperation”

In this age of constant evolution and change in technology, Ng Yeen Seen challenges us to reflect on how this is affecting our ways of thinking, doing business and working
ในช่วงเวลาที่เทคโนโลยีมีการเปลี่ยนแปลง พัฒนา และอยู่เรื่อยๆเช่นนี้ คุณ Ng Yeen Seen ก็ได้เชิญชวนให้เราทำความเข้าใจเกี่ยวกับวิธีการคิดว่า เทคโนโลยีเหล่านี้นั้นส่งผลกระทบต่อวิธีการคิด การสร้างธุรกิจหรือการทำงานของเราอย่างไร

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EPF data indicate more being employed | Focus Malaysia

It is a difficult situation for the government if Malaysians chose not to work or simply can’t find jobs. “This is a free market economy. What can the government do if talents don’t want to work for private enterprises? There are many reasons for that. For example, many companies cannot find talents. It could be salary mismatch, and it could also be skill sets mismatch in other fields due to the change in industries,” says Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology (Create) CEO Ng Yeen Seen.

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AI poised to dominate General Election | The Star

CYBERSPACE played a critical role in both the 12th and 13th General Elections back in 2008 and 2013. It paved the way for the making of professional “cyber troopers” largely working for BN in return for a fee while opposition “cyber troopers” do work on a voluntary basis.

As the 14th General Election approaches, “old fake news” now being recycled and then broadcast on WhatsApp groups and on various social media platforms continue to affect sentiments.

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The future is female | The Star

THE announcement by Prime Minsiter Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak that women would make up at least 30% of Senators should Barisan Nasional (BN) retain a majority in next general election is a talkng point of many.

I am impressed. But, why do we need to wait till another BN landslide victory for the PM to reform the Senate? Does that mean that women are not worthy of the recognition and should not be given the opportunity otherwise?

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Jangan jadi pekerja suka merungut | Utusan

KUALA LUMPUR 24 Nov. – Siswazah yang baru menamatkan pengajian dan memperoleh pekerjaan pertama diingatkan agar tidak menjadi seorang pekerja yang suka meru­ngut.

Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif, Pusat Penyelidikan, Nasihat dan Teknologi (Create), Ng Yeen Seen berkata, tiada majikan yang suka dengan pekerja yang kuat meru­ngut yang akhir­nya gagal men­yiapkan tugasan yang diberi.

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Students need to be bold in facing industry 4.0 challenges | Bernama

Founder of the Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology (CREATE) Ng Yeen Seen, who was one of the five panelists at the forum, said she believed that lifelong learning through online courses would leave an impact on the traditional education as the system revolutionised.

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More women making their mark | The Star

HONG KONG: Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology CEO Ng Yeen Seen voiced her concerns over a recent announcement that all public-listed companies in Malaysia should have 30% women at the board level or risked being named and shamed.

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