Koichi Hamada

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Nobody is really against globalisation – at least not the parts that help them

Politicians who have stirred up resentment against globalisation – and the voters who have embraced the move – should ask themselves what they would do without foreign investment in their country, or if a decline in bilateral ties crippled the economy

2 May 2018 - 8:16PM
Nobody is really against globalisation – at least not the parts that help them

Politicians who have stirred up resentment against globalisation – and the voters who have embraced the move – should ask themselves what they would do without foreign investment in their country, or if a decline in bilateral ties crippled the economy

In the AI revolution, creative children – not wannabe bots – are the future

Education in Asia must wake up to the reality of a machine-dominated future in which the winners will be those that possess creativity, critical thinking and communication skills.

26 Feb 2018 - 3:29PM
In the AI revolution, creative children – not wannabe bots – are the future

Education in Asia must wake up to the reality of a machine-dominated future in which the winners will be those that possess creativity, critical thinking and communication skills.

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