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[Book Review] Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Disaster Management—Brian Tomaszewski

Mon, 05 Nov 2018

               We just witnessed several catastrophic moments in our nation's history. Not long after the devastating earthquake in Lombok, another massive earthquake happened at Palu, followed by a tsunami. Damages on buildings, infrastructures, and de... Read More

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[Book Review] Ghost Fleet: A Novel of The Next World War – Peter Singer and August Cole

Sat, 01 Sep 2018

Humans have a perpetual ambition to be a godlike figure. It can be seen on how humans face the transition from each civilization to another without any destructive and violent events happened - war. They are striving for perfection, and their inventive traits lead them to be an ex Machina. It’... Read More

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[Book Review] Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future – Martin Ford

Mon, 02 Jul 2018

Coming a long way through various economic and social disruptions, we are now entering a new epoch full of promises and threats – an era of technology and automation. The prospect of machines demolishing jobs and causing severe cases of unemployment have haunted people since decades ago. Machi... Read More

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[Book Review] The Fourth Industrial Revolution – Klaus Schwab

Wed, 23 May 2018

You might probably have stumbled upon the term “the fourth industrial revolution” or “Industry 4.0” lately. For those wanting to know more on these topics, this book is a complete package on what we should read to understand further, and moreover, to know what kind of future ... Read More

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[Book review] Data and Goliath by Bruce Schneier

Wed, 09 May 2018

With today’s rapid technological advancement, almost every activity such as communication, work, and business can be done easily and efficiently through the many available devices and applications. Although it seems that we have so many benefits of the rapid development of technologies, many u... Read More

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[Book Review] The Global Digital Economy: A Comparative Policy Analysis – Carin Holroyd and Kenneth Coates

Wed, 02 May 2018

When we talk about the state of digital disruption, one of the easiest ways to notice such disruptions are the ways the economy runs. When we used to buy groceries directly from the store, people in China order them online through their sophisticatedly integrated mobile application, where the order,... Read More