Embracing ChatGPT in education: a powerful tool for the modern classroom
ChatGPT is just one of many AI tools available in the classroom. While these tools may seem daunting initially, it is crucial to recognise and use the potential benefits
What is GovTech, and why is it so important for startups and our future?
More than that, such an innovation revolution, may not only represent a push towards democratization — in other words a more level playing field for technology players and...
Is COLA adjustment enough to quash poverty?

With this background in mind, the study set out to inquire into what is...

With this background in mind, the study set out to inquire...

Editorial | Intensifying gas exploration efforts is important

To have energy production based solely on renewable sources will require more...

To have energy production based solely on renewable sources...

Protected art deco façade in Tigne to be retained and restored in approved project

The Planning Authority has called out misleading and incorrect reports pertaining to the recently approved development application by the Planning...

The Planning Authority has called out misleading and...

A country rich in serenity and wellness

Rightly so, the Pope cautions us to slow unbridled construction and land speculation yet on the contrary, both the construction and hotel lobbies ask for more...

Rightly so, the Pope cautions us to slow unbridled...

Editorial | The Air Malta waiting game has to stop

Brussels has to decide the fate of Air Malta so that this uncertainty can be...

Brussels has to decide the fate of Air Malta so that this...

ChatGPT: the artificial intelligence messiah we have all been waiting for?

So I'll let you imagine the capabilities of this new AI system. The truth is that it will change how we work, study, and live. We must adapt to these new...

So I'll let you imagine the capabilities of this new AI...

Will the UK ever return to the EU family?

Certainly, if a recession and back benchers force Sunak to allow a referendum...

Certainly, if a recession and back benchers force Sunak to...

Editorial | A Gozo airfield without an airport master plan

This leader will not rule out a Gozo airfield outright but it has to be done...

This leader will not rule out a Gozo airfield outright but...

Crowning Malta’s best architecture and design projects for 2022

13 awards are up for the taking as the 4th edition of The Malta Architecture...

13 awards are up for the taking as the 4th edition of The...

AI roundup for 2022

By carefully considering the potential impacts of AI and taking appropriate steps to address them, we can harness the power of this technology to create a...

By carefully considering the potential impacts of AI and...

Will the UK ever return to the EU family?

Certainly, if later on this year, Britain votes in a referendum to rejoin the...

Certainly, if later on this year, Britain votes in a...

Editorial | Vigilance is good lest we slide back into complacency

These may seem to be minor issues but unless companies and other subject...

These may seem to be minor issues but unless companies and...

The Spatial Train Scholarships Scheme

The Planning Authority hosted the closing seminar of the SpatialTrain Scholarship Scheme, which is part-financed by the European Union through the...

The Planning Authority hosted the closing seminar of...

Chinese economic growth may never recover from COVID – here’s why

China’s anti-COVID protests are more than about COVID. They are...

China’s anti-COVID protests are more than about...

MSE Institute participates in an Erasmus+ project to improve financial literacy amongst youths

The Malta Stock Exchange Institute together with five European partners participated in an Erasmus+ project that led to the creation of the I Don’t...

The Malta Stock Exchange Institute together with five...

Inflation, abortion and a clean energy vision

We need to strike while the iron is hot, and the EU is making billions of euros...

We need to strike while the iron is hot, and the EU is...

Editorial | EU First: Adopting the Malta model

On the security front, the EU must have the operational capacity to deploy...

On the security front, the EU must have the operational...

Battling the waves: Malta’s maritime industry’s time of reckoning | Godwin Xerri

Malta’s maritime industry adds 12% to Malta’s GDP and is responsible to over 22,000 jobs between direct and indirect employment. Yet, it seems that...

Malta’s maritime industry adds 12% to Malta’s...