Will low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite broadband lead to a communications revolution? Despite promise and potential, five critical uncertainties persist.
Amid the shifting sands of the telecom industry, new players are emerging. What does that mean for traditional operators?
Backed by 17 UN bodies, the United for Smart Sustainable Cities Initiative supports the new partnerships driving smart city projects.
Ålesund is Norway's first city to report its experience with the Key Performance Indicators offered by the United for Smart Sustainable Cities Initiative, and initiative supported by 17 UN bodies to accelerate the transition to smart cities.
Free-flowing, spontaneous improvisations are often considered the truest expression of creative artistic collaboration among (human) musicians. Is AI up to the task?
Director of the ITU Radiocommunication Bureau Mario Maniewicz overviews the latest on spectrum management activities and application of the Radio Regulations during the ITU Regional Radiocommunication Seminar for the Asia-Pacific Region.
Catch up on the findings of the three Ministerial Roundtables held at ITU Virtual Digital World 2020, bringing together ministers, regulators and private sector leaders from around the world to share their experiences and strategies in the digital sector in the COVID-19 era.
The ‘Guide to Circular Cities’ provides cities with a framework to think about their opportunities to achieve circularity, define their priorities and take decisive action.
Discover the multiple green economy efforts being undertaken in the United Arab Emirates, designed to directly augment sustainable development across the country by leveraging the power of ICTs.
Self-driving cars have been put forth as a solution that can make mobility safe, secure, affordable, sustainable and accessible for everyone. But can autonomous driving systems be relied on to make life-or-death decisions in real time?