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'Dystopian world': Singapore patrol robots stoke fears of surveillance state | Singapor... - 0 views

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    "Singapore has trialled patrol robots that blast warnings at people engaging in "undesirable social behaviour", adding to an arsenal of surveillance technology in the tightly controlled city-state that is fuelling privacy concerns."
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The Big Read: Floundering in digital wave, older hawkers could call it quits - taking a... - 0 views

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    "THE DIGITAL DIVIDE The fear of losing control aside, many hawkers also have to deal with another major challenge: Digital technology, which entails some basic competence in logic and literacy - much to the horror of those who only received some primary school education, typical of the older generation of hawkers."
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Apple partners with Singapore to encourage fitness with Apple Watch - 1 views

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    "They can then sign up to earn one-time rewards of up to $380 Singapore Dollars - about U.S. $280 "
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Singapore healthcare provider breached, personal records of 1.5m people - including the... - 0 views

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    "FROM THE BOING BOING SHOP   FOLLOW US Twitter / Facebook / RSS Singhealth, a Singaporean public health service, suffered the worst breach in Singaporean history, losing control of 1.5 million peoples' data; included in the breach was prescription data on 160,000 people, including Singapore's prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong."
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Cheers launches first unmanned, cashless store in Singapore - Channel NewsAsia - 0 views

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    "The store will also utilise data and video analytics to analyse purchasing behaviour and customise its inventory. An auto-ordering system eliminates the need to manually track and order stocks."
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Self-driving taxis roll out in Singapore - beating Uber to it | Technology | The Guardian - 0 views

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    "In fact the $60bn multinational has just been scooped by Nutonomy, a small MIT spin-out whose electric self-driving cabs have already started picking up real customers in a Singapore business park. Initially, riders will use Nutonomy's own app to summon hail a Mitsubishi i-Miev or a Renault Zoe, ramping up to a dozen vehicles in the coming months."
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