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Cyrus lost his index finger in a freak accident and settled for a desk job with the Hong Kong Police. Reluctantly, he started an AI project using Natural Language Processing to predict suicidal trends. The engine picked up and classified social media posts into five categories: Rose, Ruby, Scarlet, Crimson and Cardinal. At Cardinal the highest level of alert, the targets were deemed mathematically ready to take their lives. Through this experimental project, Cyrus and his team saved many individuals, until things got a little more complicated when one unstable target intended to take 12,000 innocent lives along with him.
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About the Author
Darren How has embarked on a marketing and PR career spanning over 20 years, taking him from Singapore to Hong Kong to China through the depths of journalism, advertising and corporate communications.
He spent the first three years of his career as a copywriter, rounding off with OgilvyOne Worldwide. Then, he joined Jebsen & Jessen (SEA) to head the Corporate Communications Department and play a key role in the vast region-wide adoption of the conglomerate’s branding programmes.
In 2008, he was transferred to Jebsen & Co in an expanded Greater China role, and moved to Shanghai in support of the rapid expansion of the Group’s mainland business.
He steals time to write during business trips around Asia.