straitstimes.com (13.10.2017) China is building the world's most powerful facial recognition system which aims to identify any one of its 1.3 billion citizens within three seconds, reported South China Morning Post.
huffingtonpost.fr (18.02.2018) Plus d’un milliard de personnes sont inscrites au programme indien Aadhaar, mais nombreux sont les oubliés du système.
oecd-forum.org (23.01.2018) As India's Prime Minister headlines the Davos gathering and highlights the country's unique situation and economic potential, it is important to note that India can offer two major digital innovations to the world: the number zero and a unique ID system for a billion people. With mismanagement and lack of visionary leadership and innovation, its contributions could reduce to a single one: a big zero.
theconversation.com (23.11.2017) L’objet de cet article est de faire le point sur le décollage – encore balbutiant mais déjà notable – des systèmes d’information orientés santé (SIS) – parfois nommés e-santé – qui se déploient en Afrique de l’Ouest. Il sera donc question des SIS, de leurs caractéristiques, de leurs diversités et de leur contextualisation.
OpenGovAsia (28.10.2017) Over 1.1 billion people in the world, which is nearly 1 in 7 individuals, are unable to prove their identity.
Chinadaily.com.cn (06.08.2017) A pension revolution has been rolled out to help up to 260,000 retired people in Shenzhen. Traditional fingerprint identification has been replaced by "face recognition technology"
BiometricUpdate (27.07.2017) The Philippines’ government will soon roll out a national identification (ID) system following President Duterte’s approval of the project intended to enhance the delivery of government services, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.
Swiss Re Institute (07.07.2017) We live in a world with increasingly uncertain health outcomes. Individuals from developed economies have been living longer for many decades. However, those gains are beginning to be reversed in some countries, particularly within certain communities. Sensor technology is increasingly being deployed to counter these trends.
Zilient - Reuteur (21.07.2017) Thousands of Syrian refugees in Jordan's Azraq camp don't pay for their food with cash but by a scan of their eyes. Purchases are then recorded on a computing platform based on blockchain - the technology behind bitcoin. The U.N. agency launched the futuristic system in May as a one-month pilot involving 10,000 of Azraq's more than 50,000 inhabitants in a bid to explore blockchain's potential to cut costs and bottlenecks.
OpenGovAsia (28.05.2018) The establishment of the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) will enable Filipinos to have proof of identity, to exercise rights and privileges and to access vital services. Education, social protection, healthcare, banking and finance are some of the vital services that can be accessed by the Filipinos once the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) is established, said one of the principal authors of the measure creating a national identification system in the country.