Government and business leaders have a responsibility to ensure the Fourth Industrial Revolution works for all.
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A new robot is so agile it can run and jump faster than any human.
A survey of public perceptions of new technologies turned up surprisingly optimistic results. And some curious ones too.
The Farmbot seeds, waters and weeds your vegetable patch.
Globalization has lifted millions out of poverty. But in a changing world, it is no longer fit for purpose.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will transform central and Eastern Europe - and offer new hope for the whole continent's future.
Bill Gates explains 'the big milestone' in technology he wants to see in his lifetime.
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From Amazon’s delivery drones to self-driving cars, autonomous factory equipment to Elon Musk’s vacuum tubes that transport items at 760 miles per hour – automated vehicles are on the rise.
Margaret A. Boden explores how we can map the future of Artificial Intelligence.
The financial and career limitations young people face sit alongside the way their parents raised them to “do what makes you happy”.
What can Artificial Intelligence (AI) learn from Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), or robotics from biotech, or gene editing from nanotech?
Only 5% of people in OECD countries are any good with a computer.