The accessibility and affordability of digital financial services need to be expanded to support digital economic and financial transformation related to post-pandemic recovery.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to make the pharmaceutical manufacturing process more reliable, faster and compliant by decreasing the need to pause the production line to test for proper mixing.
Inefficiencies in data handling have been traced to a need for regulation calling for the digital integration of systems used by more than 27,400 apps across all branches of government.
Thailand’s Digital Economy Promotion Agency is actively promoting digital skills development, facilitating online learning platforms, and fostering collaborations to drive AI implementation and enhance the country’s competitiveness in the digital technology sector.
The goal is to provide a centralised network via which citizens can access a wide range of government services directly from their mobile devices using a single sign-on.
Synesthesia involves a computer system that translates alphabetic characters into colour schemes and uses a constantly shifting colour palette to protect the nation’s essential electric infrastructure from cyberattacks.
Sixteen financial institutions have joined together with the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society to increase the reliable media content on banking-related mobile and desktop applications.
AI is one of eleven different ICT professional competency standards that enable business owners to foster an innovation environment and evaluate the skill sets of their staff to industry standards.
Anyone using a mobile device on a prepay or monthly plan with an operator network taking part in Zero Data will have their mobile data costs covered when accessing certain government websites.
Both countries have agreed to continue the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for the next five years in an effort to better implement Industry 4.0 and to boost productivity and competitiveness.