The Centre is part of the Government’s $124.1 million investment under its AI Action Plan, which sets out a vision for Australia to become a global leader in developing and adopting trusted, secure and responsible artificial intelligence.
Indonesia will require 9 million digital talents over the next 15 years to support the country’s digital transformation. According to World Bank research published in 2018, Indonesia would face a digital worker shortage of 9 million skilled and semi-skilled workers between 2015 and 2030.
Government sectors continue to rely on obsolete systems and applications merely because they constantly face challenges deploying modern IT infrastructure. But modernising IT has become the need of the hour, and the government can not simply ignore it. Here in this article, let us see some of the top priorities for the government when they go for IT modernisation.
The waste management industry operates at very nimble margins and is constantly subjected to intense pressure to reduce its expenditures. To add on top of it, the digital transformation required in the industry is capital intensive and faces modernization challenges.
Developing nations like India are on their way to realizing smart cities. With newer technology enablers like 5G and IoT (Internet of Things) on their way to realization, the dream for a ‘government as a platform” is not far from reality.
Smart cities with intelligent road networks will help innovate and improve the driving experience, especially in terms of road safety. Systems that can directly control and communicate with vehicles are increasingly preventing accidents. Is technology making our roads truly intelligent?