As competition for digital talent intensifies, enterprises are fostering partnerships with Costa Rica’s innovative software ecosystem to help bridge the digital skills gap.
The AI winter seems to have arrived, with augmented reality now winning the emerging technologies race.
Blockchain use around the world proves more valuable than the most overpriced NFTs, giving people a worth that can perhaps be more fairly weighted on the blockchain.
The use of digital twin technology is increasingly assisting oil and gas companies, making them more profitable and keeping their operations running for longer.
Traditionally, 'creatives' were the people enterprises sought to keep in-house, but a growing number of Costa Rican service providers are leveraging technology and talent to transform perceptions. We learn how the country’s services sector is putting the creativity into co-creation.
Robots are inching their way into the everyday lives of the general public and businesses, but the slow nature of their adoption means few will even notice.
The battle is on for electric vehicle dominance in China, as international tech brands attempt to follow Tesla's lead, while domestic players are fighting back.
An Investment Monitor survey among business leaders shows that climate change is way ahead of factors such as remote working as a concern in 2021.
When quantum computing becomes mainstream it will be a game changer, but how much businesses should invest now in the technology remains open to question.
What makes Costa Rica a prime destination for building inclusive, sustainable partnerships? And how are the country’s digital service providers helping to position those values at the heart of their enterprises, empowering and improving their people and partners in the process?