This new initiative is set to empower policymakers, private sector actors and civil society to chart digital pathways for their country and ensure everyone benefits from rapid technological change.
How can technology can help to make better health and education a reality for all?
The Commission brought the conversation back to developing nations. What are their policy priorities for building digital-ready societies?
What will automation and AI will mean for economic prospects in Africa?
Professor Ndulu gave a talk about the innovation growth in the financial sector stressing the urge to motivate its utilisation.
Workshop focused on the enhance of technological innovation opportunities, particularly the improvement of doctor/patient connections through the advance of several technological platforms.
The event brought together people from 5 different countries to examine the possible applications of technology to several aspects of civil service.
Pathways' academic director Stefan Dercon appeared on a panel at the Annual Conference for the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre in February 2019.
The Commission's research was shared at Davos 2019 by the Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government, Ngaire Woods, on a panel entitled 'Mapping Data Dominance'.