How The World is Using New Technologies for a Sustainable Planet
If you have heard of the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain, then you have probably heard of "fintech."
These financial technologies are used across consumer and industrial spaces and are now being embraced by financial organizations with large global investments.
In parallel with the data and fintech revolutions are ongoing efforts at national, regional and global levels to reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Could these technologies, associated with concepts like observation, information, context and trust, be the tools we need to build a more sustainable and equitable world?
Across the globe, innovative organizations have already jumped into these challenges to promote sustainable policies and better understanding of the natural and human environments.
Here are just a few examples...
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