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Artificial Intelligence could one day determine which films get made

According to the founder of artificial intelligence outfit ScriptBook, Sony Pictures could have saved a fortune from 2015 to 2017 by using the company’s algorithms instead of human beings to reject or greenlight movies.

Do we have a Cabinet of change?

Malaysians expect the new ministers and deputy ministers to show that there are better ways to govern the country.

We need a credible opposition

It may be too early to come to any conclusions, but I am wondering when we are going to get a proper opposition in Malaysia.

Racism doesn’t deserve an audience

Instead of pandering to those who harp on race and religion, the Government should focus on brave and honest decisions that will make the country better.

A must-do list for Dr Maszlee

The new Education Minister should focus on freedom and empowerment in tackling issues in universities.

A brave new world for Malaysia

The peaceful transfer of power on Thursday in the unexpected Putrajaya change, which removed a 61-year-old regime, paves the way for a new era for the country.

On being on the right side of history

ON Thursday morning, I received this text message from my brother-in law. It sounded perplexed: “I just woke up and found out I’m pro-government.”

Tasting the power of true democracy

IT is 4pm on May 10 as I write this. I have turned off my phone as it has been incessantly buzzing for the past 24 hours. Moments ago, different groups of friends were calling with invitations to watch the swearing-in of the new Prime Minister. It feels as if there is a strong desire to gather, to celebrate.

In GE14, nobody is ordinary

I OFTEN get asked this question: “What can ordinary folk do to protect our democracy?”

Our rights deserve a broader perspective

THE anti-fake news law has already been much criticised for its vagueness and broadness and, due to that, its potential to be a potent threat to free speech and the freedom of the press.