The Royal Thai Government and Google have announced a strategic collaboration to enhance Thailand’s digital competitiveness and accelerate AI innovation.
- The Thai government and Google have formed a strategic partnership to enhance Thailand’s digital competitiveness and accelerate its cloud-based digital transformation.
- The establishment of a Google cloud region in Bangkok is expected to contribute $4.1 billion to the Thai economy and create 50,000 new jobs by 2030.
- Google is committed to providing access to digital technology and cloud system skills for all Thais, promoting inclusivity and technological advancement.
- The partnership aims to focus on digital infrastructure investments, secure and responsible AI adoption, cloud-first policies, and improving digital skills accessibility for Thais.
Strategic Collaboration for Digital Competitiveness
The Royal Thai Government and Google have announced a strategic collaboration to enhance Thailand’s digital competitiveness and accelerate AI innovation. The partnership aims to focus on four key pillars: investing in digital infrastructure, promoting secure and responsible AI adoption, establishing a cloud-first strategy, and making digital skills more accessible to Thais.
Google’s Initiatives in Thailand
Google Cloud has recently announced its plans to establish its first cloud region in Thailand, located in Bangkok, in collaboration with the government. The strategic move aims to bring the power and benefits of Google Cloud services closer to businesses and organizations in Thailand. Additionally, Google is providing scholarships and learning programs to help Thais develop digital and cloud skills, focusing on areas such as cybersecurity, data analytics, IT support, e-commerce, and digital marketing.