Davos 2023

Davos 2023: What you need to know about technology

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The pace of technological change has increased in recent years, here's everything you need to know. Image: Unsplash/Robynne Hu

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A vision for a Global Collaboration Village

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What is the World Economic Forum doing on cybersecurity?

Pekka Lundmark, President & CEO, Nokia
Neal Stephenson, Snow Crash author
Mads Krogsgaard Thomsen, Chief Executive Officer, Novo Nordisk Foundation

7.7bn

The number of people who will have a smartphone by 2027

35.5bn

The amount of US dollars invested into quantum computing by governments and businesses globally

2.7bn

The number of people who are still offline.

20%

The emissions reduction potential of new technologies.

A graphic showing a framework for digital trust.
How to rebuild digital trust. Image: World Economic Forum
A chart showing the range of AI risks that organizations are working to mitigate.
These are the AI risks organizations are working to mitigate against. Image: McKinsey & Company

A graphic showing how quantum computing is superior to classical computing.
How quantum computing differs from classical computing. Image: World Economic Forum

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Davos 2023Technological TransformationEmerging TechnologiesGlobal Technology Governance SummitTech and Innovation
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Key sessions on Tech for Good at the Annual Meeting 2023 in DavosTechnology in numbers Reports, initiatives and announcements on tech for good at Davos 2023 A snapshot of technology in 2023 Must-reads about technology and the Forum’s impactMore technology stories on AgendaTechnology videos to watchTake our technology poll
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