Government Support and Agile Transitions are Creating Fertile Ground for Next-Gen IT Projects
The future has arrived in Singapore. The densely populated city-state is quickly becoming a bleeding-edge incubator where robots bus trays at food courts and streets are scattered with driverless test vehicles. With the population expected to surge 23 percent to 6.9 million by 2030, Singapore's government has launched a sweeping effort to develop a next-gen tech environment that will help expand its economy. The Smart Nation initiative outlines the need to build skills, cut red tape and make investments in all things digital.
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