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.
Satellite imagery and other unconventional data sources may help infer fast and inexpensive estimation of the country’s socioeconomic indicators, according to the top executive of a company called Thinking Machines Data Science Inc.
NEDA assistant secretary Carlos Bernardo Abad Santos said one of the major constraints is the country’s slow broadband speed.
A new study said there is a need for both government and private sector to support the promotion of most S&T disciplines given that new jobs are emerging from new technologies and industries.
State think tank Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) said both national and local governments should adopt smart solutions and invest in emerging technologies to deal with risks such as climate change, natural hazards, and the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Philippine Institute of Development Studies (PIDS) said the online platform economy faces a number of challenges as it continues to reshape the way people do business.
A recent study by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) revealed that certain policies and regulators have limited the ICT sector from gaining its full potential.