UOBAM Muses for October

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We believe we can help you navigate beyond dollars and sense. As we keep up in a world of constant change, learning and reading can spark joy.


Digest some of the articles that expanded our horizons this month.


While many in Singapore saw a disappointment with Dyson pulling out of making electric vehicles, the best lesson in building any thriving business shows that difficult decisions need to be made fast. (Financial Times)


Look out Netflix, Apple is gearing up itself to become a streaming giant in the TV business. (Wired)


Would you fancy having Strawberry Cream Disease flavored ice cream? That’s right, the danger of AI is weirder than you think. (TED talks)


Dramatic changes will be effected by artificial intelligence much sooner than many of us think. Why? The US and China are ratcheting a competition for a new world order, jobs and shaping human history. (AI Superpowers by Kai-fu Lee)


Is stock trading not so different from trading sneakers? Investors searching for the next big thing are piling into China’s next financial bubble of high-end sneakers. Even the central bank has issued a warning. (Wall Street Journal)


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