The technological transition

Artificial Intelligence for Estonia

Submitted by rruggia on Thu, 08/06/2020 - 15:06

In May 2019, an expert group led by Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications (MKM) and Government Office presented proposals on advancing the take-up of artificial intelligence (AI) in Estonia aka for Estonia’s national AI strategy. ​

This current strategy has been prepared based on these proposals, as a plan on how to implement the expert group’s recommendations. It was adopted at Cabinet meeting on 25 July 2019. ​

Regions / Country
estonia
Global challenges
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Artificial Intelligence
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Implementation of the national AuroraAI programme - Valtiovarainministeriö - Valtiovarainministeriö

Submitted by rruggia on Thu, 08/06/2020 - 14:28

Implementation of the national AuroraAI programme The aim of the Aurora national artificial intelligence (AI) programme is to implement an operations model based on people’s needs, where artificial intelligence helps citizens and companies to utilise services in a timely and ethically sustainable manner. The activities of the relevant authorities will be organised in such a way that they support people’s life-events and companies’ business-related events, facilitating seamless, effective and smoothly functioning service paths consisting of the services of several service providers.

Regions / Country
finland
Global challenges
Topics
Artificial Intelligence
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Martinique: COVID-19 teleconsultations

Submitted by siha on Thu, 07/30/2020 - 11:30

Martinique Regional Health Agency (30.03.2020) From Monday March 30, healthcare professionals will be able to carry out teleconsultations more easily with the “ Médiconsult ” tool .

Regions / Country
Martinique
Topics
Health
ICT
Covid-19
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Réunion: The digital check: Strengthened to support meeting companies

Submitted by siha on Mon, 07/27/2020 - 17:04

Réunion region (13.04.2020) To support small Reunion Island companies in the implementation of teleworking and encourage their digital transition, the Region has decided to strengthen its “Digital Check” so that it responds more effectively to current needs. Thus, the procedures are simplified and the subsidy rate goes from 50% to 80% (the subsidy ceiling going from € 2,000 to € 3,200). Projects can now include consulting and data security services to support companies in the implementation of teleworking. 

Regions / Country
Réunion
Topics
Workplace health promotion
ICT
The technological transition
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Marshall Islands: Taxpayers can now pay social security contribution using BOMI debit card

Submitted by siha on Wed, 07/22/2020 - 16:08

Marshall Islands Social Security Administration (09.06.2020) With the recent installation of the Bank of Marshall Islands (BOMI) debit card machine at MISSA’s front desk, a taxpayer will no longer need to write a check nor pay cash for social security contributions. Just like the way customers pay their groceries while shopping at K&K or Payless Supermarket, the MISSA cashier will insert the BOMI debit card to the machine and then enter the amount of MISSA taxes based on the completed MISSA Tax Form MISS-3 that will support the payment.

Regions / Country
Marshall Islands
Topics
Business Process
E-services
Compliance and Contribution Collection
Service quality
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Viet Nam: Electric health records' database with the Ministry of Health

Submitted by mmarquez on Tue, 07/21/2020 - 11:43

vss.gov.vn (15.05.2020) The Ministry of Health (MoH) and Vietnam Social Security (VSS) will unify to closely coordinate and make a commitment to build electronic health records for people as in the Resolution 20/NQ-TW and other relevant documents, with quality assurance, effectiveness and in accordance with the basis of social insurance code number, serving the professional purposes of health facilities as well as those of management of medical examination and treatment costs in health insurance agencies, etc. As for VSS, database will be provided in terms of the number of people and health

Regions / Country
vietnam
Topics
Health
E-services
Service quality
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Europass: take the next step! New platform launches today

Submitted by siha on Fri, 07/03/2020 - 10:56

Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion - European Commission(01.07.2020) 

The new Europass offers a range of online ‘e-Portfolio’ tools and information for people of all ages, at all stages of their lives, to manage their learning and career such as:

Regions / Country
Europe
Topics
Employment
Human resources management
ICT
E-services
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Japan: Gathering Medical Information System on COVID-19 (G-MIS)

Submitted by siha on Wed, 07/01/2020 - 11:57

Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (08.04.2020) The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare has established an information and communication infrastructure centre (tentative name) in cooperation with the Cabinet Secretariat's IT Office. The system enables collecting information on hospital operation status, the situation of hospital beds and medical staff, the number of available medical equipment (ventilators, etc.) and medical materials (masks, protective clothing, etc.) from medical institutions nationwide (approximately 8,000 hospitals with 20 or more beds).

Regions / Country
japan
Topics
Health
Risk management
ICT
Service quality
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Malta: Further strengthening of ID Malta’s digital platforms

Submitted by siha on Mon, 06/29/2020 - 20:49

MINISTRY FOR HOME AFFAIRS, NATIONAL SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AND THE PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARIAT FOR CITIZENSHIP AND COMMUNITIES (24.06.2020) Online birth and death registration is now available through Identity Malta's website (https://identitymalta.com/services/). The public can register a newborn's birth or a person's death remotely by simply filling in an online registration form.

Regions / Country
malta
Topics
ICT
E-services
Service quality
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Japan: COVID-19 Contact-Confirming Application (COCOA)

Submitted by siha on Fri, 06/26/2020 - 22:51

Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (26.06.2020) The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has developed a new coronavirus contact confirmation application (COCOA)  to help prevent the spread of new coronavirus infections. This application uses the smartphone's proximity communication function (Bluetooth), with the consent of the user himself, to ensure privacy so that they do not know each other. The user will receive the notification that they have come into contact with a person who is positive for the new coronavirus infection.

Regions / Country
japan
Topics
Health promotion
E-services
The technological transition
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