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Disinformation: Economic Loss and Short-run Gains

Since the 2016 US Presidential Election, the term ‘fake news’ has come... Read More

Telling the real from the fake

DESCRIBED as “devastatingly handsome” and “every woman’s dream come true”, North Korea’s... Read More

The Trust Deficit in AVs

Article by Dr Moonyati Mohd Yatid which appeared in New Straits Times,... Read More

Your Face as Big Data

Years ago, spies, moles and secret agents using facial recognition glasses were... Read More

Big Data for Social Recovery

BIG Data drives marketing today. Global brands are realising big gains from... Read More

Rise of the machines: is Malaysia ready?

“WATCH robot builder construct house in two days.” “New robotic drill performs... Read More

Does ‘hand-holding’ in Innovation Work?

MALAYSIA’s focus on innovation has been substantial, especially since the 10th Malaysia... Read More

Thriving in Digital World

“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive,... Read More

Racing for Bigger Share of the Digital Economy

When Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced the global icon Jack... Read More

Can e-Learning Replace Classroom Experience?

THE first device in electronic learning, called “Automatic Teacher”, was invented in... Read More

Unlocking the Culture of Innovation

Over the past decades, creativity and innovation have become critical skills in... Read More

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Dr Moonyati Mohd Yatid

Dr Moonyati is a Senior Analyst in the Technology, Innovation, Environment and Sustainability (TIES) Programme of ISIS Malaysia. Previously, she worked in the oil and gas industry, driving Organisational Improvements for the Technology and Engineering division.

She holds a Ph.D. in Human-Computer Interaction from University of Sydney, Australia. Her research works focused on human’s mental, physical and social behaviours and their interactions with collaborative software and hardware tools. She obtained a bachelor degree of Engineering in Design and Information Sciences, with a dissertation on integrating culture in designing groupware, from Wakayama University, Japan.

Her research interests include technology and innovation, culture and identity, organisational psychology as well as nation-building.

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Disinformation: Economic Loss and Short-run Gains

08 January 2019
Since the 2016 US Presidential Election, the term ‘fake news’ has come to the forefront. The Trump administration had widely used the poorly defined term...

Telling the real from the fake

09 October 2018
DESCRIBED as “devastatingly handsome” and “every woman’s dream come true”, North Korea’s Kim Jong-un was named the sexiest man alive. Most would have realised that...
The trust deficit in AVs

The Trust Deficit in AVs

15 May 2018
Article by Dr Moonyati Mohd Yatid which appeared in New Straits Times, 15 May 2018 AS we welcome technology into our lives, so does the...
Your face as big data

Your Face as Big Data

13 March 2018
Years ago, spies, moles and secret agents using facial recognition glasses were only scenes in sci-fi films. Recently, it became reality when Chinese policemen started...
Big data for social recovery

Big Data for Social Recovery

20 February 2018
BIG Data drives marketing today. Global brands are realising big gains from Big Data analytics by influencing consumer behaviour. Amazon, one of the first companies...

Rise of the machines: is Malaysia ready?

21 November 2017
“WATCH robot builder construct house in two days.” “New robotic drill performs skull surgery 50 times faster.” “The Washington Post’s robot reporter has published 850...

Does ‘hand-holding’ in Innovation Work?

09 May 2017
MALAYSIA’s focus on innovation has been substantial, especially since the 10th Malaysia Plan (2011-2015), with the birth of many agencies and programmes created to boost...

Thriving in Digital World

24 January 2017
“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive, but those who can best manage change” — a saying by Charles Darwin,...

Racing for Bigger Share of the Digital Economy

22 November 2016
When Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced the global icon Jack Ma of Alibaba Group as Malaysia’s new digital economy adviser earlier this month,...
Can e-Learning Replace Classroom Experience?

Can e-Learning Replace Classroom Experience?

25 October 2016
THE first device in electronic learning, called “Automatic Teacher”, was invented in 1924. Unfortunately, the creator, Ohio State University professor Sidney Pressey, who designed it...

Unlocking the Culture of Innovation

27 September 2016
Over the past decades, creativity and innovation have become critical skills in unleashing novel ideas and inventions to keep up with the global economy. When...