Fourth Industrial Revolution

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Adrian Monck
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When skills are outsourced to the internet, what should we teach children?

Learnability and skilling up. What millennials and employers should know about each other.

The US is scrapping internet privacy laws. What does it mean for your data?

Six hours a day commuting. Growing gridlock - and how technology can help.

Nano-satellites and blockchain could create a sharing economy in space.

Homicides are an epidemic in Latin America. How to invest to turn the tide.

Learning from failure: three successful young entrepreneurs’ big mistakes.

The digital world penalizes real news. Let’s imagine a trust economy.

The ancient Roman economy was sophisticated and globalized. Why didn’t it modernize?

More growth, wages and security. The case for immigration in the US.

Ready for folk music written by computers? AI creativity shows promise.

What’s impeding governance in China’s countryside? Mergers.

Ways forward for Latin America. Coverage from the 2017 World Economic Forum on Latin America. (Devex)

Trump and Xi prepare for difficult talks. Quotes from President Xi’s speech in Davos. (South China Morning Post)

Women are as ambitious as men. Unless companies block them. Cites Gender Gap Report. (Reuters)

What is the wake-up call? A film about the rising tide of plastics in our oceans, with the Forum's Dominic Waughray. (VICE News)

He married his own robot. The Gender Gap Report helps explain why some men can’t find human wives. (Guardian)

A spotlight on African female tech entrepreneurs. Looking ahead to the 2017 World Economic Forum on Africa. (New Vision)

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