According to a report published last week by US publication Business Insider, a range of Western tech firms are users of FindFace, a controversial face recognition technology developed by Russian startup NtechLab.
The Russian government intends to spend more than RUB30bn ($375mn at the pre-war exchange rate, $500mn at the current rate) on an R&D programme to deploy 6G until 2025.
The founder of Russian internet major Yandex, Arkady Volozh, could agree to a new shareholder and management structure for the company in exchange for the Kremlin’s permission to develop some of Yandex assets independently abroad
Number of imports up dramatically, but most market players doing little by way of providing electric vehicle servicing and infrastructure. That needs to change.
Deepflare's technology was used to analyse around 50% of all SARS-CoV-2 genomes sequenced in Poland. Now it aims to support the development of mRNA vaccines and drugs against other viral diseases.
Attack shut down online government services in Albania two months after Tirana took almost all services online and closed physical offices.
Partnership to accelerate the scale-up of the Dronamics fleet as demand for capacity on their routes is rising.
Gruntek has developed an app allowing Croatians to rent gardens raising organic vegetables near them and pick what is planted there.
As the growth of Belarus’ IT sector is facing stagnation, it may find itself in the middle of the Belarusian regime’s security and military apparatuses’ goals to increase their defensive and offensive capabilities in cyberspace.
Conglomerate also lately reached understanding with Ford and SK On to explore potential for EV battery production plant in Ankara.
While many Belarusian IT workers already began leaving the country after the wave of political repression that followed Belarus’ 2020 presidential elections, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine initiated a second wave of fleeing IT workers.
While competitors are hit by sanctions, banned by the communications watchdog, or offload assets due to a worsening tech crisis, Russia's biggest social network is on a buying streak, consolidating its command of the sector.
Rostec, a state corporation that comprises more than 700 enterprises in the fields of defence and technology, announced in June it has developed a blockchain platform to provide a “real alternative to SWIFT in international settlements.”
PlanTFarm will create and operate indoor vertical farms to grow fresh vegetables in Mongolia after Ukraine war highlighted the importance of food self-sufficiency.
Russian space chief Dmitri Rogozin has indicated that developers of a craft being designed for the pad will have to work around sanctions.
Russia’s war on Ukraine and the subsequent Western sanctions seem to have put the once-thriving Russian and Belarusian gaming industries in serious trouble, East West Digital News reports.
Among many other competitors, it will take on BluTV, the market leader in Turkey’s subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) market with a 42% share.
First goal for Agriniser will be to expand its digital marketplace to buy and sell grain into Romania.
Serbian startups attracted over $135mn of investments in 2021 – more than six times as much as in the previous year.
One country’s brain drain is another country’s gain. In the competitive business of IT outsourcing, Uzbekistan wants to wind up on the right side of that equation.