The ‘app economy’ provides potential risks and benefits for developing countries. The right policies are needed to bring out the best in these emerging economic trends.
The over-use of acronyms turns the joy of reading into a tedious process of decoding. It also muddles the message of development communications.
Artificial intelligence could be enormously beneficial to society, and it could also lead to catastrophe. Governments can play a role determining the outcome of AI’s development.
Data-driven decision making can be a powerful tool in the world of international development but it requires careful planning and management.
The discussions around the impact of artificial intelligence and its impact on jobs could result in improved skills and greater adaptations by the world’s work force.
Quantum computing could change the face of many international development programs, including those involving transport, financial services and health care.
By reimagining the future we can drive the change we want to see. We can’t change the past, but everything we do now changes the future.
The Republic of Korea and the People's Republic of China offer 4 lessons for developing countries to strengthen their higher education systems and innovation capacities.
Adopting international standards can help include cyber risk in fintech regulatory sandboxes.
Countries in the region can benefit tremendously from leveraging technology to inform education and job training.