We now have the tools and know-how to achieve inclusive, sustainable development after COVID-19, writes Patrick Njoroge, Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya.
Mari Pangestu, World Bank Managing Director of Development Policy and Partnerships, discusses the importance of digital ID systems in supporting those who need it most.
Half of India's population doesn't yet have access to the internet - but that's changing fast. 128 million people were connected last year.
Hackers are trying to exploit your stress response and vulnerability during the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s a simple but powerful way to protect yourself.
We'll travel again, but it will not be the same. This is how long-distance flights, business trips and holidays could change after the coronavirus pandemic.
Here are five ways the logistics industry can collaborate to create efficiencies, eliminate barriers and reduce costs.
From tackling climate change to finding new treatments, AI will have a huge impact - if we avoid this risk, Sundar Pichai of Google says.
A three-pronged approach to wielding digital technologies to reshape business and society
This paper showcases innovative approaches to digital identity that are unlocking new business value for companies while empowering customers with control of their data and protection of ...
The internet can be a toxic environment for teens – but are older generations to blame?
One of the most hailed innovations of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, blockchain promises to revolutionize business transactions, yet its security must be guaranteed first before it can...
Using passwords for online authentication is no longer fit for purpose. We can build a more secure and easy-to-use way to identify ourselves.
Could China's steps towards greater regulation of personal data collection by apps and internet companies contribute to a global legal framework?
Current data protection policy places an emphasis on the rights of the individual. But it does not assess the way in which our free will is increasingly restricted in ever more technologi...