Countries in the region can benefit tremendously from leveraging technology to inform education and job training.
India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand are paving the way for technology to make governance more effective.
ICT provides countries in Asia and the Pacific the opportunity to transform teaching, learning, and management practices in schools.
For developing Asia to realize the potential of ICT in education, it must become an integral part of the learning and teaching process.
It’s time to improve this traditional format, which for better or worse still persists throughout most international development organizations.
For the small, isolated Pacific islands, access to more affordable and reliable telecommunications, particularly high-speed (broadband) internet, offers new economic opportunities. It has been estimated that a 10% increase in broadband penetration raises GDP by over 1% in such countries.
There are several important challenges to tackle before blockchain-based solutions can solve real-world problems.
Researchers are finding new uses for artificial intelligence and machine learning during the pandemic, but they are not a silver bullet.
This seminar to be held at the 46th Annual Meeting of the ADB Board of Governors today discusses the growing importance of knowledge based economic development for developing Asia.
Peer-to-peer data sharing is being tested in Georgia, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Myanmar.