As technological advancements continue to surge in the 21st century, concepts that were previously only a figment of the imagination have now become accessible. One of the most prominent examples of this notion is the introduction of ‘Smart Cities
The outbreak of the virus has so far caused an economic fallout all over the world. As COVID-19 cases increase, commodity prices decrease, unemployment rises, stock markets flounder, and value chains continue to fail
In the age of digital disruption and connectivity, developing economies need to innovate and create change at the same speed and scale of worldwide technological progress. However, political instability, economic uncertainty, poor infrastructure, and governance conditions limit the degree of expansion and innovation that those markets can bring to the economy.