Within the framework of the State Program in the Year of the Development of Science, Education and the Digital Economy, it is planned to implement a number of serious tasks and projects in accordance with the instructions of the President.
RVC, together with the National Agency for Project Management under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan (NAPU), is launching a project to search for promising Russian technological projects for simplified implementation in the infrastructure of Uzbekistan. This was reported by the State Fund for Funds Institute for Development of the Russian Federation.
On 30 June 2020, the Ministry for Development of Information Technologies and Communications jointly with Kaspersky Lab held an online conference on the topic “Cybersecurity of the Republic of Uzbekistan: Strategic Session”.
Between 26 and 27 June 2020, an IT Park delegation led by the Advisor to the Prime Minister, Olimjon Umarov, paid a visit to the Republic of Karakalpakstan and Khorezm region, where they visited a number of educational facilities institutions and talked with local IT professionals.
Yandex.Taxi found out what things are sent in Uzbekistan using the “Delivery” service. Usually users pack orders, and the driver does not know what exactly he is transpoting. But often people themselves warn that they transmit. The service asked drivers about this and highlighted the most popular and unusual delivery cases since the launch of the tariff.
Today, on 30 June, a branch of the Technological Park of Software Products and Information Technologies was opened in Gulistan of Syrdarya Region.
Ookla has published Speedtest.net data “Tracking the Impact of COVID-19 on Global Internet Performance” as of the second half of June 2020. According to new data, the speed of the fixed Internet (Fixed Speed Change) increased by 8 percent, the speed of the mobile Internet (Mobile Speed Change) - by 16 percent.
Facebook is changing the rules for posting advertisements and publications that contain hatred or calls for violence, Euronews reports.
A project submitted with the assistance of the Ministry of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan and Professor Kristina Toderich (Tottori University) was approved in the SATREPS-2020 competition (Japan). This project was recognized as the best among 10 international projects selected by the Japan Agency for Science and Technology (JST).
The Government adopted a resolution “On measures to organize the activities of certain organizations in the system of the Ministry for the Development of Information Technologies and Communications of the Republic of Uzbekistan”.