Resource-rich Indonesia has plans to become a leading manufacturer of electric vehicles and to develop a domestic battery manufacturing capability.
Beijing’s moves will intensify the already heated China-US strategic rivalry.
Data commercialization could improve total factor productivity and tackle political, economic and social challenges resulting from the slowdown of growth.
Leaders have focused on short-term needs and benefits without addressing long-term implications.
With limited access to data on online content and behavior that could point to remedies, only so much can be done to improve the safety and wellbeing of internet users.
Financial technology applications need to go beyond payments systems to provide a wide array of services, from lending to insurance, to new and existing banking customers
Historian Dmitry Shlapentokh of Indiana University South Bend outlines the reasons why the US might be falling behind in the high-tech race.
Skeptics have dismissed NFTs as absurd, while enthusiasts call them the wave of the digital future.
The trends and challenges for the gaming sector in the context of the growth of e-sports and the application of new technology such as virtual reality.
Assessing the enormous challenges for the world’s two biggest economies as they focus on shoring up their global competitiveness.
Pandemic preparedness should include a range of digital health capabilities with a view to minimizing the digital divide.
Washington hopes such a deal would be a powerful counterweight to China’s efforts to impose its own digital standards in the region.
Drawing on its own experience and lessons from other nations, China could portray the circular economy as a future-proof, carbon-neutral economic development model.
While the two parties share many interests on which their cooperation is based, they still diverge significantly in their approaches to technology and data.
China should explore more holistic solutions as it seeks to manage the social impact of ubiquitous technological innovation.
Are Indonesia’s diplomats in danger of being influenced by those who shout loudest on Twitter and Facebook?