During the school holidays, it is common for students to sign up for extra-curricular activities and it is equally common to be asked to sign an indemnity form. In a typical indemnity form, you agree to waive your right of legal action in the event of personal injury or death, arising from the negligence of … Continue reading Is that indemnity form valid?
A letter (“No extra perks if unwed mums adopt own children: Forum” on 25th May 2017) by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) has raised pertinent views on how the Singaporean Government perceives marital status and motherhood. Recently, the MSF had granted Child Development Account (CDA) benefits and Government-paid maternity leave to unwed mothers and their children – a step towards greater inclusion of diverse family structures within Singapore. Currently, all mothers have access to: MediSave grants for their newborn, infant care and childcare subsidies, and maid levy concessions. While MSF has made concerted efforts to provide all children with healthcare subsidies and benefits, there remains a disparity in the treatment between married mothers and unwed mothers.
The capabilities of AI have reached a point where a computer can analyse sizeable amounts of data with great precision and speed, and can thereafter, mimicking how to brain works, be programmed by coders to “learn” various things such as photography, to play video games, or even made to learn how to teach itself.