Webinars by NUS Alumni Relations

Health Wellness

23 July 2020: Health & Wellness: Understanding & Managing Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is associated with snoring, choking and daytime somnolence. If left untreated, it could lead to cardiovascular morbidity, diabetes, stroke and dementia. Good quality sleep keeps you healthy and leads to optimum performance at work and school.

Future-ready Workshops

14 July 2020: Future-ready Workshops: Tips to Being a High-Performing Remote Employee

For some of us, working from home may have been the dream! Now that the dream has become our new reality, it may not be as easy as it was thought to be. Emotional disconnect and the loss of work-life balance are some common challenges faced. This session shares tips on how to better adapt to this sudden shift in work arrangement and be productive as a remote employee.

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24 June 2020: WoW: In Conversation - Women Leading in Times of Crisis

Women have consistently demonstrated brilliance in many fields - yet they continue to be led or governed by societies that are largely patriarchal. So what can women do to ensure more women helm corporations and organisations, lead governments or be the positive change-makers of societies and communities?

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19 May 2020: How AI is Changing Cybersecurity

“AI is the new electricity!” proclaims Mr Andrew Ng, co-founder of Google Brain. Just as we need to know how to harness electricity safely, we also need to know how to deploy AI securely to power our businesses. In some scenarios, the security of AI systems is a matter of life and death. Hence, it is imperative that AI systems developed are robust and resilient against malice, mischance and misuse. On the flipside, cyber-adversaries can also exploit AI and we need to understand how to counter them.