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Thailand leads in ASEAN with its smart cities

Thailand introduced the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) initiative to transform three Thai provinces into smart cities during the 2019 ASEAN Summit. This move has proved to be a successful one, one report notes.The EEC was established to create a centre for trade, investment, regional transportation, ...

Alita Sharon

Thailand drafts ethics guidelines for AI

Thailand’s Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry has drafted the country’s first artificial intelligence (AI) ethics guidelines.The ministry worked with the Thailand branch of an American multinational technology company and Mahidol University on the guidelines. Thailand is the first country in Asia-Pacific where the tech ...

KMIT develops innovations to improve Thai street food

King Mongkut Institute of Technology’s Lat Krabang campus has introduced three culinary innovations to enhance the safety of street food and promote tourism, including a robot that cooks barbequed pork.The institute has also developed cooking courses for beginners and vendors who want to improve the ...

Alita Sharon

Thailand unveils Digital Park

True Digital Park, Thailand’s first and Southeast Asia’s largest digital innovation hub, announced the completion of its start-up ecosystem, reinforcing the readiness to drive the regional digital economy forward.The opening ceremony was presided over by the nation’s Deputy Prime Minister who also gave a keynote ...

Pushing forward Thailand 4.0

Foreign investors ranging from global giants to fast-growing start-ups are focusing on Thailand as it races to transform itself into Thailand 4.0, the region’s innovation and knowledge-based digital hub.Foreign companies specializing in such advanced technologies as aerospace, artificial intelligence, biosciences, electric vehicles, fintech, robotics and ...

Thailand govt’s adoption of advanced tech boost for local SMEs

A recent report noted that Thailand is in the process of gradually shifting from a manufacturing to a high-value, hi-tech manufacturing economy.This was seen after the country has put all its efforts into promoting the use of advanced technology, science, and innovation in parallel with ...

Alita Sharon

Six digital bills passed in Thailand by NLA

According to a recent report, six digital bills were passed during the second round of the National Legislative Assembly, according to the Minister of Digital Economy and Society.The six digital bills are The Electronics Transaction Organisation Restructuring bill, the Data Protection bill, the Cybersecurity bill, ...

Alita Sharon

How Thailand is using open data and AI in its justice system

In recent times stakeholders from various sectors have started becoming proactively involved in identifying ways to improve justice. However, issues that hampered this mission include a lack of good governance thereby hindering the institution of an efficient, fair, transparent, and accountable system.Keep reading ...

Alita Sharon

Thailand uses drones to combat agriculture industry woes

Drones can save Thailand and allow them to meet their agricultural demands. The agricultural industry which is set to decline in the next decade, can be revolutionized through the harnessing of new technology.Keep reading ...

Attracting international talent to SEA’s next tech hub

Recently,the government has been ramping up its efforts in line with its “Thailand 4.0” initiative. This includes opening potentially the largest startup space in SEA called True Digital Park. The Thai government is also in talks to iron out “Thailand Cyberport,” a business park and ...

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