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Digital Bytes: News from South Korea

21.05.2020
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• Newly-announced “South Korean New Deal” govt project to prepare the country for a post- COVID-19 environment, focuses on AI and data utilisation to develop “untact” (no-contact) and digital services in areas including education and healthcare.
• South Korea’s MSIT has identified three case studies showcasing best practices in addressing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. These include SoftNet’s health monitoring app which allows for the remote monitoring of vital signs, AIsupport’s provision of free teleconferencing solutions to SMEs and Practine Technology’s public mask information API.

Newly-announced “South Korean New Deal” govt project to prepare the country for a post- COVID-19 environment...

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Innovation and Content
Region:
Asia Pacific
Coronavirus, covid-19
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