A breakneck innovation culture, a geographic profile that demands new logistics thinking and government backing have made China a drones powerhouse.
A new generation of smart machines, fuelled by rapid advances in artificial intelligence and robotics, could potentially replace a large proportion of existing human jobs, according to a ...
The future isn't science fiction - it's coming fast, and for some of us it's already here. How will today's rapid technological and social changes alter the ways we live, work and grow?
Manufacturing fuelled the economic miracles of Taiwan, Korea and Singapore. Here's how it could turn India into a global powerhouse for the robot age.
New technology doesn't have to widen the digital divide. Drones and robots could help the global south take charge of its resources if they're used with local needs in mind.
China is aging more rapidly than almost any country in the world, its doctors are overburdened, and its healthcare system is creaking. Could robots come to the rescue?
Digital information could help city planners to design cities to work for many types of people.
Nurturing innovation and accessibility will make sure humans don't become obsolete with the arrival of robots.
These some of the trends likely to influence the world of work between now and 2022, according to the World Economic Forum's Future of Jobs report 2018.
When it comes to technology and education, discussions too often focus on how it will change the way we teach rather than what is being taught.
The sooner companies embrace the very innovations that are threatening their traditional businesses, the sooner they can be disrupters in their own markets.
When conditions are set for innovators to compete and create wealth, everyone benefits. But policy-makers need to step up now.
Teaching technology to relate to people, as much as training people to use technology, is the biggest factor in the success of AI-driven transformations.
From forgetting past policies, to listening to the needs of the excluded, here’s how our leaders should address a global trade system under increasing stress.
Empowering machine operators with AI analytics will help reduce waste and emissions, and increase profitability.