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Eight original research papers feature in this second regular issue, on topics from future wireless networks to privacy in cryptocurrency.
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The combination of hydroponic farming with information and communication technologies has proven to be a cost-effective solution to increase productivity and reduce workloads for farmers.
ITU Deputy Secretary-General Malcolm Johnson on the innovation gap at the centre of the digital divide - and some ideas on how to close both.
How US cities are using artificial intelligence to boost vaccine uptake
ITU launches new work to provide a Global Service Code for humanitarian services
Digital commitment enables vaccine uptake in Serbia
ITU Journal on Future and evolving technologies - Issue 1, Volume 2 (2021)
COVID-19 response and recovery
18 May-24 June 2021, Virtual
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