The World Economic Forum on East Asia, the world’s economically fastest-growing region, will be held in Indonesia’s capital Jakarta from April 19 to 21.
Writing lists forecasting technology is a bit like writing science fiction. Prerequisites include intimate knowledge of the bleeding edge of technology, the ability to separate signal from noise, and more than... read more
I was at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January, among some of the world's most influential political and business leaders, when it was announced that the wealth of the 85 richest people in the world now equals that of the 3.5Show More Summary
It felt like an attention grabbing aside in the long speech given by German Chancellor Merkel to the top managers of numerous corporations at this year's World Economic Forum in Davos. It was an unambiguous warning of urgency to Europe's...Show More Summary
I belong to a forum of Greek professors from all over the world, especially from Greece. The acute economic crisis threatening Greece has been a chief preoccupation of my academic colleagues. Many academics are confused about the remedy for debt. Show More Summary
Continuing with futurist week, today we're covering The World Economic Forum's recently released list of their Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2015. Because the focus is on emerging technologies, it's more "futures" oriented than most tech trends lists - meaning...
I stumbled across an annual report called the Global Energy Architecture Performance Index, produced by the World Economic Forum. It pulls together an array of data, opinion and information and produces an index for decision-makers to “holistically benchmark a nations’ energy systems performance.” read more
Bernard Meyerson, chief innovation officer of IBM and chair of the World Economic Forum 's Meta-Council on Emerging Technologies, today published the Meta-Council's list of the Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2015. Read more...
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Earlier this year, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt described his vision of the ‘disappearance of the Internet,’ in the near future. Schmidt’s comments at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland may sound like science fiction to some, but for those who keep abreast of progress in wearable technologies, the idea is far from surprising. Show More Summary
If global leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland have now suddenly realized how much our economy and society rely on hydrologic stability, what do they intend to do about it? Despite the drought and water scarcity,...Show More Summary
There are many misconceptions about the World Economic Forum in Davos, but the biggest one seems to be this: Davos is a networking conference for the super rich.
This January at the World Economic Forum in Davos, a group of New Champions got together to brainstorm the following topic: Is it possible to immunize ourselves from identity-based, prejudicial conflict? Are there interventions thatShow More Summary
The World Economic Forum is meeting this month in Davos, Switzerland - an annual gathering of national leaders, economists and corporatists who use the event to circulate with the self-declared best and brightest, promote their ideas,...Show More Summary
During one hour at the World Economic Forum's 2015 Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, I found myself engaged in a conversation with French President Francois Hollande. I was sharing with him my views on how including diversity within...Show More Summary
To some, an opportunity to share solutions for our biggest global challenges. To others, a meaningless gathering of the world's wealthy elite. Here's what I learned at the WEF's Annual Meeting.
Digitization. This topic was top of mind for many of the 2,500 world business and government leaders at the recent World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Digitization is the full-scale adoption of computer- and Internet-enabled...Show More Summary
World leaders at the Davos World Economic Forum last month identified the scarcity of water as the leading threat facing the world over the next decade. Roughly 750 million people around the world lack access to clean water. In addition, more than 300 million people die each year from diseases related to unsafe water. Show More Summary
For many of us who attended this year's World Economic Forum, the issue of trust dominated much of the discussion. Despite the improving global economy, trust in global institutions among the world's population is at an all-time low. Regaining...Show More Summary
Following last month’s meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where diversity and inclusion in the workplace was a key issue under discussion, Microsoft has said it wants to share the company ethos that supports the rights of … Continue reading ?