Needless to say, to close the gender equality gap in most economic, political and technological fields is still an imperative pending task in 2017.
The Internet is practically vital for every task in modern society. This technology is used for the search of information, accessing public services, and locating polling stations.
Researchers at Electoralmaturity.org, a Smartmatic-sponsored blog, developed a systematic approach to the adoption of election technology which enables those who want to improve their elections to better understand the different stages in which technology can be implemented and how it can
“These automated elections, our third, set a landmark in the history of electoral automation. In only six years, the Philippines has become a worldwide reference for automation and successful elections”, stated Smartmatic CEO Antonio Mugica, speaking about the success of
The renowned Atlantic Council, based in Washington DC, recently published a new report: “Democracy Reloaded: The Future of Technology in Elections“, which contains recommendations for governments and the international community on how to better approach the inevitable use of elections
Today, 1/3 of the world’s voters use technology to cast their ballot; and, as days go by, this number increases. Although there are plenty of reasons why countries decide to adopt technology, all of them can be summarized in one