Filipino researchers are using artificial intelligence (AI) and 3D printing technologies to enhance bone tissue repair, providing a more accessible and affordable solution for bone-related challenges caused by aging, infections, and accidents.
To mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities last Dec. 3, technology outsourcing giant Accenture inaugurated a number of Accessibility Centers around the world – an initiative that was first conceptualized in the Philippines.
This year’s e-Conomy SEA report from Google, Temasek and Bain & Company, said the Philippine digital economy is set to continue its double-digit growth by 2025, making the Philippines one of the fastest-growing digital economies in Southeast Asia.
A new analysis from online firm Picodi has found that the Philippines is among the countries with the more expensive Internet access, with 100 Mbps Internet plan costing $40.50 (around P2,200) on average, whereas the 1 Gbps broadband starts at $105.70 (around P5,900).
Alibaba Cloud’ will support the first “Asian Games on the Cloud,” to facilitate more intelligent and efficient Asian Games, to be held in Hangzhou, the company’s headquarters, from September 23 to October 8.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) commissioner Kelvin Lee said the explosion of fintech firms has brought financial inclusion to a greater number of Filipinos but has also produced hordes of scammers who have exploited the vulnerabilities inherent in the technology and its users.