Sergey Brin tells Davos participants that he did not foresee the rise of machine learning, while its future implications are even harder to predict.
The next 30 years are critical for the world and we must make sure the benefits of technology are felt by everyone, says Alibaba founder Jack Ma.
What can we learn from the changes industrial revolutions made to the nature of work?
The unprecedented democratization of technology and flattening of our world doesn't guarantee a more open, diverse and inclusive global society.
Amid growing discontent with corporate and governmental leaders, how can those leading us be effective while ensuring they are heard?
Today, most of us are seizing commercial opportunities in digital, but new evidence suggests we may be missing an even bigger prize: digital’s social and environmental benefits.
As I look toward the future, I’m excited by what I see: technology that has the potential to answer some of our biggest questions, solve some of our toughest challenges and help us better...
the truly successful companies to come out of this current industrial revolution will be those that recognize new technologies enable people to think beyond what’s in front of them.
When harnessed, software will take us anywhere that our minds and creativity map out, while quite likely saving the world along the way.
The dark side of the internet could outdo all its benefits, unless we act now.
Cyber risk is a systemic challenge and cyber-resilience a public good. Leaders need tools and partnerships to respond to these challenges of digitalization.
Lutfey Siddiqi looks at leadership in the context of the theme of this year's Annual Meeting.
We must achieve a kind of symbiosis between minds and machines, with machines amplifying ideas from the human brain, and freeing it from mundane and repetitive tasks.
A city’s capacity to embrace rapid change determines its ability to compete in the world – today and in the future.
Innovation companies need to set their sights on solving unmet needs -- but this approach requires focus and long term tenacity.