There’s a saying that the only things that are certain in life are death and TAXES. For the vast majority of humans, the process of filing your personal or business taxes is something that is feared, dreaded, hated, avoided – you get the picture…
While e-filing has been in place in many countries for some time, here’s a story from BizTech Africa that highlights a less developed part of the ICT globe. While it may not be news where you reside, this change is monumental for Gabon. Technology makes its way across the planet at different paces, and can bring about events with impacts that ripple across continents.
The initiative, named et@x (https://www.etax.dgi.ga/home.seam) is aimed at helping Gabon catch up with other African countries and establishing Gabon’s reputation as providing high quality services for their business sector.
Are YOU part of an electronic revolution that hasn’t reached beyond your university? How will you bring it to market and where? You may be the life-changer that the world is waiting for!
There has been a great deal of media attention focused on gun control in the U.S. Accidental shootings have claimed the lives of children and parents. Gun deaths of law enforcement officials have also been making headlines every day. Whichever side of the argument you are on for gun regulation, you know that the legal proceedings following these events are complicated and costly (not to mention heart-wrenching!)
Here’s some tech that could prove very useful in cutting through the “he said…, she said…” of witness testimony – regardless of who the victim is. A product beginning to come to market is a chip that can be inserted into the handle of a gun to deliver data about when a firearm is outside of its holster, when it’s fired, what direction it is pointing, and where it is located. There will be controversy about it, that’s undeniable – do YOU have an idea for a product that might be an alternative?
See both sides of the argument about who needs protecting in these two articles…