Business leaders on how data can help tackle the world's biggest challenges, including climate change, inequality, global health and economic resilience.
The manufacturing industry must transform in the face of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This will require leadership support and learning from industry collaborations.
Digital technology is a sustainability game-changer – but there are risks, too. Here are three areas organisations should consider.
Here's how MENA region stakeholders can collaborate to shape an effective COVID-19 recovery and create an inclusive, sustainable and resilient Middle East.
The fourth industrial revolution is transforming manufacturing. By educating society and preparing workers we can allay fears about industrial automation.
Eight advanced manufacturing leaders share their insights on technological innovations that can help other industries measure and report ESG metrics.
Ahead of the Davos Agenda 2022, we asked leaders at the forefront of the digital transformation of business and society how they're managing the change.
Researchers have taken inspiration from geckos to develop a new robot gripper that can handle a wide range of objects - from raw eggs to an angle grinder.
Better data sharing can boost economic growth and better protect the ocean. Here's how more transparency across ocean industries can build trust and a sustainable blue economy.
The biomanufacturing revolution is one of the most promising solutions to our biggest global problems, from plastic pollution to preventing pandemics.
Current momentum on green hydrogen is unprecedented. Green hydrogen derived from water electrolysis using renewable electricity can help us achieve net zero emissions
Machine learning systems can make confident predictions based on data that doesn't make sense to humans - an issue known as overinterpretation.
Organizations are increasingly using AI-based tools but HR professionals have ethical concerns. A new HR toolkit provides practical guidance on AI ethics.
The future of manufacturing in the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is not just about technology innovation, it's also about developing people.
Growing investment in AI and automation is causing a large uptick in the use of robots. Here’s what it means for the modern workplace.