Two lawmakers have filed a resolution urging the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) to deliver all future licensure examinations via individual appointment and computerized adaptive testing (CAT) in a workstation at a secure facility.
Category: I.T. News
With artificial intelligence (AI) emerging as a major force behind front-line detection systems and data analysis during the Covid-19 pandemic, Microsoft Philippines has deemed it fit to partner with several organizations and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to push for the widespread adoption of the technology in the country through an initiative called “AI Pilipinas Coalition”.
The DICT and the NTC recently asked the DPWH to amend a Department Order that prohibits posts and towers for cable of phones and mobile service providers along national roads.
Jose Armando R. Melo, the former chairman of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) who presided over the first computerized elections in the country, has died at the age of 88.
Environmental health groups EcoWaste Coalition and Greenpeace have nudged the Philippine government to ban the importation of electronic waste, or e-waste, like what Thailand has recently done.
As governments look for innovative ways to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic and other risks, a governance expert reminded the public sector to ensure that these efforts should serve the best interest of the people to gain their trust.
Sen. Ralph Recto said allowing motorcycle taxis to resume operations is one job-creating public service that will not cost the government a single centavo.
Sen. Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa is asking the Senate to investigate social media giant Facebook for taking down accounts supportive of the current administration, saying the move is a form of censorship.