Enhancing trust in data requires rethinking consent.
6 billion codes are already tracked in Russia's ambitious digital scheme which aims to tackle the shadow economy.
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2020 is the year that some of the most-hyped technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution will reach full maturity and begin to deliver on their promise.
The workplace faces unprecedented upheaval - so reskilling should begin early and continue as long as possible.
Factories around the world are embracing tech that improves efficiency and puts people first.
Universities must embrace action-based learning focused on solving real-life problems.
Young people are demanding that concrete action to change the world. Here's how leaders can adapt to work with the next generations.
For both employers and employees, understanding how to jettison past methods can be as important as learning new skills.
The number of potentially disruptive digital technologies in the logistics sector - so where should businesses focus their attention? Here are four that everyone should be testing
As leaders, academics and campaigners head to Davos for World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting, how do the myths about the summit measure up to reality?
The next chapter of the Fourth Industrial Revolution offers companies and governments the chance to improve how data is managed.
Read an extract from Natarajan Chandrasekaran and Roopa Purushothaman's Bridgital Nation: Solving Technology's People Problem.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is ripping up the business rulebook. Some will flounder, others will thrive; the difference lies in how flexible and agile companies are prepared to be.
While 3G put the mobile Internet in your hand and 4G gave us mobile broadband, redefining how we interact – 5G will connect everything and everyone