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  • Thailand urged to allow cross-border data free flow

    Mr. Boris Wojtan, GSM Association (GSMA)’s Director of Privacy, urges the Thai Government to consider adding the free flow of cross-border data into the draft of Personal Data Protection Act which is now in process of enforcement.

  • Line hopes its token can solve user growth problem

    Line, the Japanese messaging app firm that’s best known for its cutesy characters and stickers, is pushing deeper into crypto after it launched its own token to help grow its stagnant user base.

  • Apple is launching 3 new iPhones

    Apple will hold its next big event on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino, California. According to the website 9to5Mac.com, the event is expected to include the introduction of three new iPhones including new 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED iPhones: the iPhone XS, and new IPhone X.

  • Microsoft outlines AI programme

    Microsoft has presented its artificial intelligence (AI) strategy for Thailand, spotlighting language localisation, workforce retraining and guidelines for ethical use of AI.

  • Nokia urges Thai Gov to prepare for 5G

    Nokia Networks, a leading mobile phone company, gears up for mobile phone development in the 5G era. Sebastien Laurant, Country Director for Nokia Thailand, said the speed up of proper frequency assignment will help prepare Thailand to be ready for the coming of 5G technology.

  • Cybersecurity funding rising

    The rise of big data analytics and digital transformation, the recent customer data leakage at two major banks and reckless cloud security practices by telecom operators are key factors driving cybersecurity investment in Thailand, say cybersecurity gurus.

  • NIA approaches Finland for innovation cooperation

    Thanks to the meetings between the Minister of Economic Affairs of Finland, the Finnish ambassador to Thailand, the Finnish business delegation comprising of representatives from 18 companies and the NIA board of directors on August, 20, Thai and Finnish government are planning to promote cooperation in the field of innovation to push forward Thailand 4.0 policy.

  • Will AI change the world?

    People are questioning the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) as it is becoming more prominent in various businesses and industries and speculating how AI will drive changing in economy and society.