The Melbourne 4.0 taskforce, through careful use of scenario planning, is busy anticipating what 2030 might look like in the city.
New research shows that people are more willing to pay attention to useless financial information than useful information.
The World Economic Forum, in collaboration with McKinsey, has undertaken a global search and assessment for the most advanced sub-section of companies who are actively deploying 4IR techn...
AI is set to have a significant impact on society, but policy will determine both its diffusion and its potential consequences.
As technology advances, elements such as cobalt are becoming more and more valuable.
New research looks at the impact of automation on low-wage jobs in the US - suggesting that it's likely to be offset by employment growth of similar paying jobs.
Propelled by rocketing share prices, the iPhone-making tech giant races ahead of Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft.
Disruptive technologies could help distribute food, wealth and data, reduce hunger and waste, and empower farmers. Or they could consolidate the food sector, expanding bad practices rathe...
Because the region's tech industry is still relatively new, there is no legacy of it being male-dominated. Female entrepreneurs are working hard to keep it that way.
The industry has a total prize pool of $24.7 million, easily outperforming the NBA and Golf Masters.
Construction bosses have begun to harness and realise the potency of tech.
Tokyo aims to be the first mega city in the world to allow drones to carry out deliveries.
Japan excels in three areas which could put it at the forefront of the next wave of industrial change, writes Murat Sönmez, Managing Director at the World Economic Forum.
To create a future of free flight, we must create interoperable, replicable, inclusive, and traceable oversight that enables innovation while mitigating risk.
Neuroscience can help leaders understand their employees' motivations and attitudes, helping them to engage more in the workplace.