The pledge, part of the World Economic Forum’s Digital ASEAN initiative, aims to train by 2020 some 20 million people in South-East Asia
The government of Thailand is keen on considering another dimension of the Thailand 4.0 plan: Big Data
With 125,000 new users coming onto the Internet every day, the ASEAN digital economy is projected to grow significantly
The region will need a new approach to policy and governance to help it navigate these technologies, which do not recognize national borders.
The signs of Southeast Asia’s digital transformation are obvious from its impressive tech “unicorn” companies, such as GoJek, Grab and Lazada, Sea, Tokopedia and Traveloka
It took Facebook a year to take concrete measures to rein in the appalling online hate machine that contributed to the systematic of massacre of Rohingyas...
95 percent of respondents in Thailand indicated that their organization has been impacted today by digital disruption
As the global marketplace continues to evolve, there is growing evidence that companies in this part of the world will maintain considerable influence in the space