Trust in the age of AI. We need cybersecurity by design.

The destruction of an economy. What went wrong in Venezuela.

Data can heal our oceans – if we stimulate market demand.

Global classrooms and data analytics of students. AI is changing universities.

A new way to capture carbon and fight pollution: smart trees.

To live long and happily, the Japanese ask four questions.

Image: Toronto Star

Lower unemployment than Germany. The Czechs bet on manufacturing.

Are the storm clouds mushrooming? Reflections of a nuclear historian.

Your university taught you less than you think. Does higher education really teach critical thinking?

You are the product. How social media companies and other attention merchants harvest our time.

Too hot for humans. Much of South Asia may soon be uninhabitable.

You used that word because you’re nice. Language, gender, and personality.

What makes a great leader? Co-authored by Forum founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab. (Project Syndicate)

Europe’s banks at a turning point. An editorial by a member of the Forum’s Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services group. (Financial Times)

Ghana enters the space race with first satellite. Quotes the Forum’s head of Africa. (Futurism)

Indian mothers need better childcare options. Cites Global Gender Gap Index. (Hindustan Times)

Smog-filtering bicycles on their way to China. The deal was struck at the Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions. (Quartz)