In the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, promoting electronic payments is considered is vital tool.
Two more telecom operators in Cambodia are preparing pilot trials for the 5G.
We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another.
The World Bank reports that up to 50% of private firms in East Asia and the Pacific are concerned about inadequate worker education and skills.
Education in Cambodia is now in an exciting phase of change. It is driven by strong and passionate political will
Europeans are living in a time of great uncertainty filled with both enormous opportunities and profound risks for the future of the common European project.
Experts foresee that the traditional desk job will come to an end, saying entrepreneurship is key and young people have to be prepared.
For a group of ‘lighthouse’ manufacturing companies, innovations like AI are transforming the nature of the work they do, driving greater efficiencies and enhancing the work of their human employees.
In an age of constant technological change, Cambodia’s rural students face several challenges in preparing themselves for an increasingly competitive global labor market.
Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies can be harnessed by governments to govern better, become more accessible, and increase transparency and trust – not to mention better track public assets.
5G technology is one of the key tools for Cambodia to realise the ambition to leapfrog its economic structure to a knowledge-based and innovation-driven economy.
As new roles emerge and skills requirements change, the size of the existing pool of skilled workers is not going to be big enough to meet demand. So, what options do business leaders have? Miguel Milana tries to answer this question.
The challenges associated with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) are coinciding with the rapid emergence of ecological constraints, the advent of an increasingly multipolar international order, and rising inequality.
The government should start refashioning its institutions and policies to adapt 4IR.
Today is United Nations Day and Pauline Tamesis writes the UN is committed to ensure that youth have a strong voice for the promotion of a peaceful, just and sustainable world.
His recent visits to China for the Asean-China Expo in Nanning and the WEF on Asean in Hanoi demonstrates the government’s commitment to regional integration.
1,000 delegates from 43 countries will focus their discussions at on five key topics.
The World Economic Forum of Asean will discuss the Fourth Industrial Revolution, powered by a wide range of new breakthroughs.
Collaboration and pooling together expertise will be essential in Southeast Asia when it comes to meeting the challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Government needs to change itself in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.