Acquiring AI productive knowledge base: Pursuing drone-based applications

Like other developing countries, Bangladesh faces the challenge of developing a productive knowledge base, primarily in the technology stack that can drive the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) while leveraging innovation economy. While innovating and making complex products may be a...

Focusing SMEs as critical tools for sustainable development

Inclusive development is the most-discussed objective among the long-term development...

Step-wise progression for leveraging digital economy

At this phase of the 21st century we are often...

The Huawei controversy

According to experts, Chinese tech giant Huawei is some 15...

China's economic expectations

Over the last year there have been pessimist comments about...

Mathematics education: Where we are going wrong?

Numbers surround the world. We might not notice it spontaneously,...

Five hindrances to free trade agreements

As Bangladesh is set to graduate from Least Developed Country...

Price hike well before Ramadan  

Every year before the holy month of Ramadan, consumers are...

Our zero-emission future  

The solution to human-induced climate change is finally in clear...

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UN's empty promises to world's Indigenous Peoples

The United Nations, as in so many other areas, gives lip service in support of Indigenous issues while lacking the political will and enforcement power over individual member states to comply with the protection of fundamental human rights for the Original Nations of Indigenous Peoples of the world. It took...

The inconvenient truth of climate change action

Our acceptance of climate change...

Global growth: Tables turning?

One of the defining stories...

Energy security: Internal dimensions

Energy security, as defined by...

Rising global financial risks: Key issues for Bangladesh

The International Monetary Fund (IMF)...

Slow moving rickshaws choking traffic  

SLOW-MOVING and manually driven rickshaws are a cause for traffic...