A survey of public perceptions of new technologies turned up surprisingly optimistic results. And some curious ones too.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will transform central and Eastern Europe - and offer new hope for the whole continent's future.
Big data could soon allow us to shape public policy, healthcare and education to suit our personal needs. But are we willing to sacrifice our privacy for products and services that are mo...
From biometric identification to seamless airport transfers, digital technology needs to be at the core of every journey we make.
Platform societies and economies are pushing governments to become more innovative. Can they meet the challenge, asks Helen Margetts.
The government of the future operates seamlessly across boundaries to address complex challenges in a hyperconnected world, writes Jane Fountain.
The digital revolution is changing everything – even our democracies.
Exploring the potential benefits and downfalls of blockchain technology,
The critical role of information and communications technology (ICT) in a nation’s economic competitiveness has long been recognized, and national and subnational governments in many coun...
In an open letter to the public and private sector, Yuhyun Park urges us to teach our children the skills to stay safe in the digital world.
In the world of B2C (business to consumer) e-commerce, the products and services that are marketed and sold are the same as in bricks-and-mortar transactions. The disruption is in the med...
the truly successful companies to come out of this current industrial revolution will be those that recognize new technologies enable people to think beyond what’s in front of them.
A good receptionist should have certain characteristics: helpful, friendly, organized. But do they need to be human? Not anymore.
In a society where real-time information is completed by ever more powerful analysis tools, and where businesses are driven to be ever more responsive to change, the need to ensure truste...
While global business is in need of reform, there are four ways within the system that can create economic growth to benefit the many, and not just the few, writes Ulf Pehrsson.