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South Korea plans to digitize public services through smartphones
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South Korea, Oct. 30 -- With a view to enhance the efficiency of public services, the government of South Korea said Tuesday citizens will soon be able to store digital versions of their important documents, including identification cards, in smartphones for verification.
During a joint press briefing in Seoul, the Ministry of Interior and Safety and other related agencies announced extensive plans for the digital transformation. The government pledged to use advanced technology in improving its public services and social welfare programs.
Capitalizing on artificial intelligence, cloud computing and other advanced technologies, the government said it will offer tailored services for the public by giving them more access to the personal ...
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