United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society (UNU-CS)
Dec 1989, within the framework of F-XF2488 - United Nations University (UNU), on approval by UNU Council, as UNU International Institute for Software Technology (UNU-IIST) – Institut international de l'UNU pour la technologie des logiciels (UNU-IITL). Formally came into being 12 Mar 1991, with the signing in Macau of agreements between UNU, the Governor of Macau and the Governments of Portugal and the People's Republic of China. Activities started Jul 1992. Previously known as UNU Computing and Society (UNU-CS). Present title adopted 2015.
Focus on key challenges faced by developing societies through high-impact innovations in computing and communication technologies.
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