Successful adoption and implementation of technology are demanding and costly processes. According to Technology and Innovation Report, the implementation of technology solutions requires the deployment of an adequate policy framework. Technologies require mechanisms that facilitate their utilization in the right context. Alana’s inclusive and sustainable development requires deployment at a scale. Such a deployment is not achievable without the efforts of scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs in Mexico.
Building networks of practitioners, activists, and academics to promote the implementation of Alana with special attention to the underserved areas and boost household incomes requires investment in human and physical resources by both the Mexican government and society. Technologies can have unintended consequences if developers are not careful in the designing and implementation processes. Employment of biased algorithms in designing Alana can have social costs to the Mexicans. Therefore, there should be initiatives in place to ensure fair, transparent, inclusive, and accountable implementation of Alana in Mexico.