This is the result that experts want to achieve through digital transformation of the agro-industrial complex.
Kazakh IT companies prepare for entering world markets.
A group of researchers led by professor Mehdi Bagheri has invented a system that allows tracking energy consumption.
The man with the helmet immediately attracts the attention of both arrivals and people who meet them.
The organizers allocated money for 10,000 grants.
Alexey Tsoy also spoke about the measures to prepare for the possible second wave of coronavirus infection.
The new technology can be applied to voice and text software that are widely used by people with special needs.
Wind power plants are being built in Almaty and Akmola regions.
Participants will be able to not only achieve rapid progress in business, but also attract investments for its development.
In the next few months, 99 percent of the population will have access to broadband internet service.
Participants of the robotics championship are children from 10 to 15 years old and from 16 to 21 years old.
Web portals of the Open Government are outdated, Kazakh Minister of Information and Social Development Aida Balayeva stated.
Experts say that initiatives related to digital transformation have been taken more seriously in recent months.
The AIFC, in turn, proposes to scale appropriate the experience of a Singaporean program.
School students in Kazakhstan will study coding languages from the 1st grade.
The more people take part, the faster scientists will be able to develop new programs.
The new IT product provides the Internet users with the information about Kazakhstan in the format of a mobile encyclopedia.
The learning process became fast, easy and interesting due to this project.
Quarantine gave an impetus to the development of IT-startups.
Coronavirus pandemic continues to make adjustments in all sectors.