KOTA KINABALU (Nov 23): Sabah would like to see the usage of technology and innovation to solve problems in the state.
Permanent Secretary of the Sabah Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry, Datuk Zainudin Aman, said the state is indeed facing different challenges as compared to other states.
“But, it is for that reason that we would like to see how the usage of technology and innovation approach could solve our problems in Sabah.
“It is not impossible but it can only be done with the cooperation of everyone,” he said in a press statement regarding the initiative by the government in organising the three-day Borneo Tech Summit which started on Tuesday.
Zainudin added that to close the technology gap in Sabah, human capital capacity development programs need to be done from time to time more organically and not “one-time off”.