At the 2022 Singapore International Transport Congress and Exhibition, cycling ambassador Marianne Weinreich shared why cycling paves the road to social inclusion, liveability, and sustainability in every city.
Thailand and Bangladesh promote digital inclusion through unique approaches to public-private partnerships
Public-private GovTech partnerships need not be limited to tech giants or cutting-edge innovations. Thailand and Bangladesh are demonstrating how public-private partnerships at the most local levels can be a force through which digital exclusion is tackled.
The firm, Temus, is launching its inaugural edition of the Step IT Up programme, which has successfully trained more than 1,000 digital talents across Europe and the US from scratch.
The eastern European country is launching a call for speakers of the Estonian language to donate their speech for a database that aims to support companies, public sector institutions, and research institutions in creating services based on speech technology.
Awards go to 22 schemes in 15 categories, from digital twins to disability aids.
Dr Lo Swee Won, Node for Inclusive Fintech Lead at the Singapore University of Social Sciences, shares how the latest financial technologies can shape a more inclusive economy.
Dr David R. Hardoon, Chief Data and AI Officer at Union Bank of the Philippines shares how AI and blockchain in banks can promote financial resilience.
In the face of rising sea levels, what will cities of the future look like? Experts working on the world’s first prototype floating city share why they might be the future.
Arif Khan, Chief Digital Officer of the National Payments Corporation of India, shares how digital payment is levelling the field for financial access.
Iota Kaousar Nassr, Economist / Policy Analyst, Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, OECD delves into the perks and risks of using AI and ML in the financial sector.
Our first podcast explores how moving to the cloud can reduce carbon footprints.