Discipline Area: Computer Science

Fennie Lee: The Perfect Balance

This Sunway University valedictorian has built her career from the ground up, successfully balancing work and play. Since graduating with a computer science degree, Fennie has moved up the corporate ladder with much élan.

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Industrialising Education 4.0

  • Dr Malissa Mahmud

Digitalisation is transforming the values and domains of existing industries. Technological advances as driven by the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0) are evolving at an incredibly fast rate, revamping the way we live, work and function as a society.

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Alumni - Associate Consultant, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

In 2015, I started my degree at Sunway University and became one of the Microsoft Student Partners (MSP).

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Computing Students Selected to MMSA 2020 Program

Bachelor of Science (Honours) Information Systems (Business Analytics) students, Chan Wei Chee, Chan Wei Wei & Ho Wen Lin, and Bachelor of Information Systems (Honours) in Mobile Computing with Entrepreneurship student, Lai Zemin Bryan were selected to participate in the Microsoft Malaysia St

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No Fees, No Teachers and No Classrooms: Sunway Launches 42KL, Malaysia’s First Such Coding School

42 is the first in the world to offer peer-to-peer learning and is completely merit-based. The only requirement is that students must be above 18 years old.

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The Power of Deep Reinforcement Learning

  • Professor Yau Kok Lim

When IBM’s “Deep Blue” beat Garry Kasparov in the mid 90’s, it was the first time in history that a computer had defeated the World chess champion.

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Data Science Degree for 21st-Century Careers

  • Associate Professor Dr Angela Lee

Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) is an age in which new disruptive technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, and three-dimensional (3D) printing, are altering the way we live, work, learn, and communicate.

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Preparing for Advanced AI, Safely

  • Professor Graeme Wilkinson

Recent progress in advanced information technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics are all very exciting and point to a new world in which life and work should become easier in the future.

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