University gathers international experts to explore digital economy


Prof Mienczakowski (left) at the opening ceremony for both conferences.

MIRI: About 60 digital economy experts from different parts of the world gathered at Curtin University Malaysia to brainstorm ways to use digital technology for greater socio-economic benefits.

The university’s pro vice-chancellor Prof Jim Mienczakowski said the full potential of digital economy had not been achieved in Sarawak or Malaysia, and even in many advanced countries. “Many developing countries have yet to benefit from the promises of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI).

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