Transparency in upcoming election and EC’s role in focus on Open Data Day

The performance of Thailand’s Election Commission (EC) and the people’s expectations in terms of fairness and transparency in the approaching general election formed the crux of discussions on International Open Data Day, which is commemorated on the first Saturday of March every year.Experts from various ...

The Nation Reporter

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

Bangkok’s vision to use data on traffic and pollution

The large urban sprawl of Bangkok is home to 9 million people and cars. The city is one of ASEAN’s fastest growing and by 2020 it is expected to host another 2 million people. As it expands, urban challenges stress city resources, infrastructure and funding.Dr. ...

Apala Bhattacharya

Legislation on way to boost data security

The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society will submit a draft bill on data protection to the Cabinet with the aim of securing approval for the legislation by the end of this month.If the draft bill clears the Cabinet, the resulting Data Protection Act would ...

Jirapan Boonnoon

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