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Expert systems for problem solving

by | Jul 11, 2024 | NATIONAL, NEWS, Opinions, WORLD

BY: NINA AMIRAH

If the nation Malaysia wants to move forward and be a world class country, attain and acquire advanced and developed status, they must ensure that they implement expert systems for problem and crisis solving.

But in this country there is a drawback because not only are the rightly qualified and experienced persons able to come up with or design expert systems but there is also a dearth of available talent in the country.

Across the Causeway, the island state of Singapore were able to move ahead quickly because they enticed and lured Malaysia’s best brains from as early as in Malaysian primary schools by granting them the Asean Junior Scholarship.

This meant they tapped and retained the best brains in Malaysia and awarded and rewarded them with lucrative and satisfying employment contracts upon graduation in government, industry, commerce and the professions in Singapore.

Not only Singapore but other countries who are classified as first world nations have hired and engaged top Malaysian talents leaving this country deprived of the experts who can devise and design systems and mechanisms that solve problems and crises.

As a result, and owing especially to the failure to practise the basic tenets and obligations of a democracy, such as fairplay, justice and meritocracy since the inception of the New Economic Policy in 1970, this country has suffered greatly.

-THE MALAYSIA VOICE

** The views expressed on this opinion is of the writer and not the publisher

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