2019 International Innovation Scorecard

What did Thailand do right?

Thailand has relatively low corporate and individual marginal tax rates and ranks well above similarly-sized countries in the ease of starting a business. Also, the nation boasts access to improved drinking water sources for the vast majority of its population.

What can Thailand do better?

Thailand could lay legal groundwork and support self-driving vehicle development, an area where the country currently lags behind almost every other nation on the Scorecard. The country can increase its proportion of highly-skilled workers and dramatically increase its R&D spending, which is currently just 0.60 percent of its GDP.

Source: Consumer Technology Association

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In the next few decades, everything we own—our cars, our coffee cups, our clothing, our cats—will be connected to the web. It’s hard to argue that the ‘internet of things’ isn’t making our world smarter, more efficient, and more economical. But when everything in our world is a computer, who’s going to play traffic cop? Our internet runs on centralized authorities, but should it stay that way? We’ll explore everything from Bitcoin and the blockchain to smart homes and connected infrastructure.

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