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Food Microbiologist
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The National University of Malaysia
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Agriculture, Food
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I'm a Postgraduate student researching on novel food production utilizing microbial organisms. I join Global Ethics Network to gain insight about the world and do something about it

Hadi Akbar's Blog

Future of personal Cyber "Invasion"

Posted on January 21, 2015 at 10:07am 2 Comments

As we all know, the technology nowadays are ever expanding at an exponential rate. What we may just think of something today, may already be prototype and optimized by tomorrow.The instruments to make anything is almost limitless; from ubiquitous DIY material to 3D printer. Like they say, the Sky's the limit.

However, there's a possibility that a threat may come upon us. A threat of "privacy invasion". 

Well, what I'm thinking is not about the internet, but the future…

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A better future for humanity (for decades to come)

Posted on January 4, 2015 at 10:30am 2 Comments

Our imagination can be our source of inspiration, but it also can be our downfall. So, the task of imagining a better future will be a no easy task, since we are susceptible to our sometimes selfish, melancholic, or even altruistic reasoning without thinking the realistic capabilities of our imagination. Therefore, when I was imagining my perspective of better future, I would like to imagine without restriction, in terms of feasibility or even our present capabilities.   

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