Countries winning the digital race. The global digital economy is evolving.
Too much waste, too little landfill? The Japanese have a solution.
Neoliberalism’s end? A concentration of market power demands new policies.
Blockchain for artists: more revenue and rights for creative work.
9.8 billion humans by 2050. Most will live inside this circle.
Is a cyberwar really bloodless? Why cyberattacks may be war crimes.
End hunger and fight climate change—with satellites in space.
Miscounting divorce lawyers and technological progress. Why productivity growth is losing relevance.
The secret to pro-social institutions like Denmark’s: a culture of patience.
The twilight of the globalists. Entering a grave new world.
An island of prosperity. A vaguely defined commitment to community has failed this neighbourhood.
Boosting the UK economy post-Brexit. Small business needs support.
Governments need to invest in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Quotes article by Forum executive chairman Klaus Schwab. (Guardian)
Where salaries may be rising too fast. Cites Global Competitiveness Index. (Bloomberg)
Afghan girls celebrated at global robotics event. The Gender Gap Report indicates challenges. (US News & World Report)
Is AI about to have an “epochal event”? Uses Forum forecasts for future jobs. (Business Insider)
Irish engineers call for single state infrastructure unit—and cite the Global Competitiveness Report. (Irish Times)