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After the US election and Brexit vote, talk of ‘walls’ is spooking scientists and innovators.
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China has become the world leader in a field of artificial intelligence inspired by the human brain.
When we look at the future of work with circular, collaborative and connective lenses, it stops looking like the automation apocalypse.
Brexit and Trump have focused attention on issues which are at the heart of social cohesion across the West.
What are the trends holding back equitable growth, and what is the potential of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to engage citizens and bring people together?
By 2030, the very nature of disease will be further disrupted by technology.
It might seem odd to you, but it makes perfect sense for us in this city. Everything you considered a product, has now become a service.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is happening, but if we don't govern it properly then its full economic and social potential will not be realised.
The digital economy is already having a massive impact on society, and there is more to come.