Mature influencers and manic intelligence in BT Weekend

THEY'RE not millennials but they enjoy similar fame - and extra income - as influencers. Meet three mothers who show that you don't have to be in your teens or 20s to be Instagram stars.

If you're tired of being limited to bar snacks when you go out for drinks, then enjoy your favourite tipple in the growing number of restaurants which are paying equal attention to food and drink.

Also in the magazine, check out the winners of this year's Architectural Design Awards and find out if you really should eliminate coconut oil - the trendy superfood - from your diet.

As bots become more intelligent, there are signs that artificial intelligence is learning prejudice. Are they - and we - programmed to hate? Brunch examines the learning curve in the main paper.

Elsewhere, Disrupted showcases a bunch of places that makes Singapore an attractive startup hub, informed by the very founders and disruptors who live here.

Fine Print, meanwhile, enjoys Haruki Murakami's tales of love and longing in his latest, Men Without Women.

Music To My Ears reviews the Harbeth Super HL5 Plus 40th Anniversary loudspeaker, and a new Hendrix tribute album - in jazz.

The Finish Line speaks to Francis Lee, managing director of Porsche dealer Stuttgart Auto, about Porsche's sponsorship of the Women's Tennis Association Finals in Singapore.

And in a bumper BT Motoring section, we take a good look at Lexus's revolutionary flagship and its product strategy. We also test-drive the new Audi A8 and Volkswagen Arteon, and check out the Kia Stinger.

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