MIT researchers are training the next generation of social robots. A new framework allows robots to understand what might help or hinder another robot.
It’s time to stop the growth of greenhouse gas emissions by decoupling industrial development from climate-polluting energy use, with governments tracking them.
Malicious actors are increasingly targeting the weakest link in tech systems: human beings. Businesses need to upskill their staff and raise awareness.
Winners of the New Champions Awards for 2021 are out. The World Economic Forum’s New Champions companies explore business models, technologies and strategies needed during the Fourth Indu...
We outline the latest trends to consider when developing mobility policies for the autonomous vehicles industry as it works towards post-pandemic recovery.
Through their collective power, global businesses working in the First Movers Coalition are making technologies of tomorrow commercially viable today.
Fourth industrial revolution technologies can help to make supply chains more resilient and reduce waste and emissions. Investing in them now is a must.
We spoke with futurist Dr. Stuart Candy about the latest developments in the field of futures studies and how it can help solve pressing global challenges.
Cutting-edge technology makes the local management of data and resources as efficient as central management. Local communities can again manage themselves.
Connectivity allowed people to learn, socialize and work from home during COVID. But for 3.6 billion people without internet access, all of that was impossible.
MIT researchers have created a robotic system that can sort through clutter to find an item, with potential applications in manufacturing and more.
The Global Lighthouse Network is developing, replicating and scaling innovations, while setting new benchmarks for the global manufacturing community.
DPIs connected people with vital services during the pandemic. Building more of these digital highways will boost inclusion and help us achieve the UN SDGs.
Highly individualized medicine is now within reach. We highlight three examples that support the contact between patients and doctors using digital tools.
Precisely controlled jets of air are paired with computer generated graphics to create the sensation of touching the hologram.