By Jeffrey Yan, Director of Technology Policy, Asia Pacific
Today, physical infrastructure is no longer the sole factor that defines a modern economy like Singapore. In fact, our way of living is being fundamentally influenced by far-reaching technological and resulting social changes. Not only does the Internet increasingly power our communications, it can also advance social and economic cohesion and quality of life. Imagine a world with ubiquitous Internet access that enables workplaces, homes, public transportation, personal devices – you name it – to connect, generate data, and even make and transmit decisions, machine-to-machine, on our behalf.
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