The Indonesian government is focusing on Artificial Intelligence, Bitcoin, Cloud Computing, and Data Analytics (ABCD) to reach its US$315 billion target by 2030.
The Indonesian government is encouraging the use of Big Data and AI in its e-government initiatives to improve citizen services and overall experience.
The cloud offers cutting-edge features and functionality that teams collaborate and communicate in ways and places they never imagined possible or that would have to.
The government of Indonesia recognises the importance of digital transformation in the education sector and it has become one of the top priorities in the country.
In addition to discussing digital connectivity issues following the Covid-19 pandemic, the DEWG G20 Forum also discussed post-Covid-19 connectivity and recovery, digital skills and literacy, cross-border data flow, and data free-flow with trust.
The Indonesian government is getting ready to construct four national data centres to support digital governance, promote the adoption of data-driven policies, and support efficient, effective, and transparent public services.
Indonesia has used the G20 Forum to boost the digital economy and accelerate national and global digital transformation; utilising digital connectivity to sharpen and sustain Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.
Indonesia is committed to maintaining resilience in its cyberspace because digitalisation is a reality in the country and the government is working to achieve digital interconnectivity with the rest of the world.
Strategising data management and digital infrastructure to boost the digital economy.
The country has implemented the essential measures to support MSMEs, including the use of digital technologies and collaboration with other government agencies.