Space technologies are advancing at a rate not seen for a long time, with wide-ranging implications for all of us.
Yisong Yue, assistant professor at the California Institute of Technology, looks at the skills students will need for the workplace of the future.
Nanoscience is offering solutions in a wide variety of fields, helping turn the once impossible into reality.
Data from Duolingo, a language learning-app, analyzes the languages people across the world are trying to learn.
After a Chinese factory replaced 90% of its human workforce with automated machines, it experienced a 250% increase in productivity and an 80% drop in defects.
Keep an eye out, and you will soon be able to 'see' the very future of the public sector, writes Gregory Curtin.
Also in our round-up of top articles from the past seven days: how computers can predict crime and why the universe might be a flat hologram.
Sandeep Dadlani takes a look the future of consumption in a time of rapid technological change.
The authors, members of the World Economic Forum’s Global Futures Council on Blockchain, look at the potential of blockchain to make globalization work for everyone.
Academically trained attorneys are increasingly being replaced by technology.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has launched a new deal to build a Hyperloop system in Europe.
A look at how business leaders can harness the power of artificial intelligence.
What can we learn from the changes industrial revolutions made to the nature of work?
This past Spring, AlphaGo — an artificial intelligence (AI) machine — beat the human world champion in a five-game match of Go, an ancient Chinese board game once considered so difficult ...
Lutfey Siddiqi looks at leadership in the context of the theme of this year's Annual Meeting.