In this article, Dr. Monterola and Dr. Legara explain why cities like Singapore should be understood as complex systems, and how we can better understand cities through agent-based models. – Assoc. Prof. Cheong Siew Ann
Given the level of risk that we, as a country, are exposed to (e.g. from earthquakes and typhoons), it is easy to see that there is a compelling need for our government to set up effective disaster preparedness and relief response plans, especially considering the fact that we can never be immune to natural disasters.
On 19 February 2016, I participated as speaker at the Humans+Machines conference organized by the Thinking Machines. Below is a copy of the slide deck I used.
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