Winnie Tang says artificial intelligence can take the drudgery out of teaching while also using science to identify students’ interests and potential 繼續閱讀
Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor mentioned in her Policy Address that the government hoped to develop Hong Kong into a smart city, with implementing an electronic identity (eID) a priority. Prioritizing eID implementation is certainly the right move as it is the backbone of a smart city. An officially recognized eID can help the public carry out various online activities; it also facilitates the government’s promotion of electronic government services. Compared with pioneers such as Estonia and Singapore, Hong Kong is a laggard in the application of this technology. But being a late starter could be an advantage in the sense that the city can take a short cut by learning from successful foreign experiences. 繼續閱讀
Traffic congestion is one of the major problems in almost all cities. According to a report by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, in 2015, Americans spent 48 minutes on average for a 20-minute drive due to traffic congestion. Looking back 35 years, in 1982, the delay on the road was 18 hours a year. It doubled to 42 hours in 2014. 繼續閱讀
Recently, I walked through the HSBC head office in Central, the spacious ground floor is highly ventilated, I could feel the cool breeze even in the summer. Every year, tens of thousands of new commercial and residential buildings are completed, and how to alleviate the heat island effect is a concern.