ICTDev Pulse

What's new on the spectrum? "With flexibility and creativity, spectrum can be used efficiently": A discussion with Karla Velasco Ramos and Erick Huerta

APCNews speaks with Karla Velasco Ramos and Erick Huerta about the necessity of more efficient and equitable spectrum regulation, including human rights organisations in ICT policy discussions and giving indigenous communities and women a gr

Zambia Pilot Demonstrates How to Save Lives, Scale Relief for Children Suffering from Malaria

By Cathy Green,
Senior technical adviser for community engagement, MAMaZ Against Malaria ; Paula Quigley,
Technical lead, DAI Global Health
December 04, 2018
The secret: motivated, well-trained community health voluntee

Inside the Information Society: Making policy for the digital age

Some people view the future with excitement. Others look on it in trepidation. That’s especially so as we accelerate towards a digital society.

A work day in 2035 thanks to artificial intelligence

“Good morning Heinz. No more excuses or I will open the shutters” says Claire, my ongoing follower, my legal stalker and beloved artificial intelligence assistant. The sweet voice is echoing in every corner of the apartment during my morning routine. She follows me through speakers or whispers in my ear. I don’t know when I was able to procrastinate last.

Community Networks and Local Access Monthly Newsletter - Number 12

Welcome to the 12th round-up of developments impacting your local access networks.
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English

3 Ways to End the Global HIV Epidemic—Locally

By The Editorial Team,
IntraHealth International
November 29, 2018
It won’t happen from an office or a conference room. It’ll happen on the front lines.

Protecting the digital data: An overview of corporate data protection policies in Pakistan

This research has been conducted to help different stakeholders understand how the corporate sector is currently responding to its data protection responsibilities in Pakistan.
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