"New technologies and business models don’t just create opportunities, they also create perils. Apparently, our businesses are exposed to the turbulent trends that disruptive 4th industrial revolution technologies can unleash."
"As consumers look to obtain products more quickly and at an increased level of personalisation, the time between when the “right” formulation of a food product is identified and when that product is in the consumer hands needs be shorten drastically."
"The Malaysian education system needs to reconceptualise affirmative actions to center around enabling a system that will inculcate lifelong education, which encourages selfdirected but supported learning"
"The concept, which originated in the Netherlands in 2011, is now in 29 countries, including Brazil, Ghana and Singapore. (In KL and Petaling Jaya, an independent, small-scale initiative exists, known as KakiRepair by KakiDIY.)"
Precision medicine has been a buzzword for many years now. You just have to open up your social media feed, or if you’re still in denial of the digital age, maybe your hardcopy newspaper, and you will find the term ‘precision medicine’ generously sprinkled over any article that speaks about the future of healthcare.
Along with the progress of time, there is a tendency among current scholars to add to the five basic goals. For example, there are those who promote justice, freedom, human rights and women rights— building civilisations within the framework of Sharia goals that are claimed to be closer to the ideals of modern time.