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Dubai's paperless plan

The use of paper played a fundamental role in sharing information and preserving knowledge from one generation to the other. Paper is the tool that allowed the world’s greatest thinkers, scientists, and artists to turn their individual creativity and knowledge into mass enlightenment.

It is the reason people were able to communicate through the distances, a vital element of legal validation and a necessity in every work setting. So how did paper transform from being the vehicle that carried and delivered knowledge into one big burden for cities? The answer is times have changed and brought greener and more economical alternatives.

Indeed, the digital revolution brought new possibilities that were inconceivable only decades ago and proved that we do not know what we have been missing until we find it. The emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices has already changed the way we live, work, and communicate.

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