Jakarta Smart City seeks startup solutions for life in post-Covid “new normal”

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From collaborative working to cyberbullying, these startups will soon work with Indonesia’s first smart city agency

As Indonesia’s first smart city, Jakarta has become the model of how local governments can make use of technology to improve their efficiency and civic engagement. With the Covid-19 pandemic still disrupting daily life in Jakarta and beyond, the capital has to look for new solutions to serve its residents and adapt to the “new normal” of online-geared living, from working to socializing and shopping.To that end, the Jakarta Smart City agency launched a four-week hackathon to seek out startups with solutions that could help the city expand its tech-powered services and solve the new challenges...
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