(by Cindy Harper | Reclaim The Net) – Ukraine’s government services smartphone app, Diia, has become so “successful” that other countries are interested in replicating it. One of those countries is Estonia, one of the world’s most digitized countries.
During the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, Estonia’s digital development team showcased mRiik, an app for accessing government services built on Ukraine’s Diia app.
Estonian digital state superapp mRiik will be out Q2 this year!
ID card in the app? Yes! 🛂
Drivers licence? You guessed it! 🚗
Health information? Sure! 💊
Personal AI voice assistant? Of course!🎙️
… and much more! pic.twitter.com/owJNe8MlZG
— Alex Luik 🇪🇪🏳️🌈 (@estxkid) January 18, 2023
Ukraine’s deputy prime minister and minister of digital transformation Mykhailo Fedorov confirmed that the team behind Diia had shared the app’s code with Estonia. Read Full Article >