Fintech companies, with the support of governments, can lead the way in making technology a tool for people with disabilities to have greater access to financial services.
The pandemic-driven surge in data collection offers major opportunities, and some risks, for the reopening of tourism in the region.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the importance of ensuring that the poorest and most vulnerable people have access to formal financial services, given their role in supporting inclusive economic recovery and resilience.
As the pandemic embedded “digitalization” into our daily lives, the digital sector suffered along with other aspects of the economy. The rise of the digital economy has made defining and measuring it imperative for policymaking.
As domestic violence increased during the pandemic, digital technology was used in innovative ways to help victims.
In Nepal, an online learning system introduced by the government during the pandemic should be expanded so that it enhances education for years to come.
Though there are many similarities between tech startups and other small businesses, they need to be treated differently from a policy and regulatory standpoint.
Driven by the digital revolution and fast-growing remote sensing technologies, GIS is re-engineering our view of the world and solving problems in unexpected ways.