School of Information Systems & Technology Management - PhD Management Information Systems, Simon Fraser University, Canada | MSc Information Systems, National University of Singapore | BComm (Hons) Communication Studies, Nanyang Technological University | MAIS (Member of the Association for Information System
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Could decentralised identities put a stop to deepfakes?
A decentralised identity regime is a strong contender solution to the problem of increasingly convincing deepfakes, writes UNSW Business School's Eric Lim
App-solutely addicted: is your screen time impacting your health?
Our addiction to smartphone apps could be affecting our health negatively, leading to issues like sleep deprivation, says a UNSW Business School technology expert
Charting a new course for university education in the age of ChatGPT
With the advent of ChatGPT, now is the time for universities to embark on a grand new adventure, write UNSW Business School's Chona Ryan, Christine Van Toorn, Eric Lim, Michael Cahalane and Sam Kirshner
How AI can help solve the pressing problems of banking and finance
The UNSW FinTech AI Innovation Consortium is a groundbreaking industry-led research group spearheaded by leading AI academics at UNSW Sydney
Could decentralised identities stop cybersecurity breaches?
With a number of recent cybersecurity breaches, UNSW Business School's Eric Lim examines whether a decentralised identity system could thwart future cyberattacks
Inside the resilient world of the business of art
The business world of art has remained resilient in recent times, with significant technological developments in how art is created, marketed and sold
When will cryptocurrency’s winter come to an end?
With the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies dropping dramatically, what is in store for the digital asset market?
Is the crypto world having its own 2008 Lehman Brothers’ moment?
Cryptocurrency markets have tumbled in recent times due to the age-old story of greed, arrogance and disregard for responsibility, writes UNSW Business School’s Eric Lim
The Business of Art
In this episode, we investigate how online purchases and technology like NFTs is growing and opening the art market to a new generation of enthusiasts
Can you "die" in real life if the metaverse bans you?
Four important elements are required in order for the metaverse to become a decentralised creators’ economy, writes UNSW Business School's Eric Lim
Decentralised identity: first step towards banking the unbanked
A decentralised digital and economic identity can improve the lives of the impoverished and unlock hidden economic value in places where traditional banks fear to tread
Why is cryptocurrency so threatening for some governments?
The adoption of Bitcoin as legal tender in El Salvador is a monumental event and many traditional institutions would like to see it fail, writes UNSW Business School's Eric Lim
NFTs: a turning point for digital content creators and artists?
While non-fungible tokens (NFTs) may seem like a fad, they are revolutionising how digital content creators and artists create new business models
Five ways to build profits from blockchain enterprises
Innovative Chinese companies are seeking a first-mover advantage
How digital platforms are shaking up the way we pay
Banks will need to lift their game with improved user experience
How to build a retail website that keeps on selling
E-commerce appeal is a dynamic art and firms need to keep up
Getting paid: How blockchain removes settlement risk for wheat farmers
Australians are pioneering the use of distributed ledger technology for physical commodities
Blockchain could help advertisers lock up our attention
While technology has been making more devices ‘smart’, and we carry phones with all sorts of sensors, these haven’t yet been systematically applied to advertising’s central problem – engagement. The blockchain, however, will make advertising much smarter.
What type of online consumer ratings do you trust?
Users are more persuaded by reviews in their preferred format
Value transfer: Why crypto-currencies are no longer just funny internet money
Smart infrastructure makes digital payment networks a potential market force
Why everyone wants to be the next disrupter?
For business, disruption is the ‘new black’. How does it work?